A new white paper released by iJET International and Goldspring Consulting focuses on duty of care for business travelers and meeting attendees—and offers a wealth of advice for keeping employees safe. iJET’s Theresa Thomas will be speaking at Prevue’s Duty of Care Summit April 29-30.
Here are 6 duty of care questions raised in the new white paper. Knowing the answers will help keep your attendees safe.
Corporate travel policy
Does your corporate travel policy highlight risk-related restrictions and requirements such as training required for travel to high-risk destinations; tools to monitor and communicate changing threats; ground transport policies and vendors; and a list of the company’s preferred airlines?
Do your employees know how to book travel with the company’s preferred TMC? What are consequences for employees who do not?
Does everyone who books travel have access to the European Union first published its “Black List” of unsafe airlines, those airlines prohibited from flying or restricted in their flights within European airspace. While the Black List is specific to the E.U., many airlines on the list operate outside the E.U.
How is the company monitoring the number of people on booked flights? Who is responsible for acting if a threshold is exceeded?
Does your company require use of taxi or limo services after a long flight, when travelers are most likely to be fatigued, lto keep them from renting a car?
Has your company consoilidated response vendors—for medical assistance, security evacuations, kidnapping response and IP theft—under one global hotline so employees are not left wondering which phone number to call in a time of need?