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Duty of care and travel risk management: ISO 31000:2009
Duty of care and travel risk management: ISO 31000:2009
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Duty of care and travel risk management: ISO 31000:2009

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  • 1. CHAPTER FOUR ISO 31000:2009 Risk Management Principals and Guidelines
  • 2. Duty of Care: A Buyer’s Guide to Travel Health, Safety and Security If using ISO 31000: 2009 as a risk management standard for business travel, here are the required steps for each journey: •  •  •  5.2 Communication and Consultation 5.3 Establish the Context 5.4 Risk Assessment –  –  –  •  •  5.4.2 Risk Identification 5.4.3 Risk Analysis 5.4.4 Risk Evaluation 5.5 Risk Treatment 5.6 Monitoring and Review Methodology:  If  using  a  standard,  guide  or  process,  it  must  be   applied  appropriately  and  in  full.  Failure  to  do  so  exposes   managers  and  business  to  even  greater  liability  as  it  could  be   proven  a  risk  was  present  but  it  was  inadequately  addressed.     Page 16
  • 3. Duty of Care: A Buyer’s Guide to Travel Health, Safety and Security Context:  The  reason  the  majority  of  travel  risk  management   systems  and  strategies  fail  or  fall  short  is  due  to  the  fact  they  lack   context.  Context  for  both  the  individual  traveller,  journey   undertaken  and  the  locaBon  to  which  they  are  travelling  at  any   given  Bme.   Page 17
  • 4. If you’re interested in understanding how to instantly evaluate, educate and monitor the risk for every single traveller and business trip as part of your travel health, safety, security and risk management “ What begins as a workplace extension, ends in a business anywhere opportunity ” -­‐  Tony  Ridley  CEO  Intelligent  Travel  

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