Travel Risk Management
Every time your employees travel, they are exposed to risks.
Whether you are operating internationally in high-risk environments or just one location with which you are familiar, make sure your organization is prepared to deal with a crisis situation that could impact your people, profits, and operability. G20 provides you the right training, tools, and guidance so your organization and management team can successfully navigate potentially damaging or disastrous issues with minimal impact.
The objective of any risk management program is to mitigate risk to an acceptable tolerance level consistent with business objectives, regulations, and the prevailing duty of care standard. A successful risk management program will reduce the frequency and severity of incidents, protect brand reputation, support business continuity, and mitigate the costs associated with response, recovery, lost productivity, and liability exposure.
Whether you have basic procedures and are looking for assistance in developing a suite of sophisticated policies and procedures, or already have developed risk management and contingency plans and are looking for interactive training and simulation exercises to evaluate your procedures, we tailor the best people risk management programs to ensure the safety and security of your personnel, brand reputation, and liability exposure. We ensure business resiliency and business continuity, and we make sure crisis management plans are designed to augment your efforts in the development of these program plans. We also conduct exercise support to train responsible parties and validate effectiveness.
Duty of Care
Now more than ever, organizations recognize the need to provide duty of care principles that protect the well-being, security, and safety of their people. Today’s leaders understand duty of care as a guiding concept that allows them to look after their people and gain a competitive edge in the global environment. Organizations shouldn’t just want to succeed in business, they should want to do what’s right. Duty of Care appeals to leaders who want to keep their people and assets safe as their businesses grow.
Make sure your personnel are prepared to travel to unfamiliar areas and countries and are armed with the knowledge they need to reduce potential risks. Adequate training and preparation give your personnel peace of mind and make sure you are meeting your duty of care requirements. The training can be customized to meet the needs of your personnel, taking into account the areas of travel, the nature of the business, and the travel experience of the individual or group; topics can cover advice on preparing to travel, considerations for arrival in country, reducing the impact of crime, responding to serious incidents such as express kidnapping, and the procedures to follow in the event of a major security incident. To provide context, each aspect of the training is underpinned by practical discussions based upon real case studies.