Duty of care compliance

Duty of Care refers to the moral and legal obligations of organisations to their personnel (employees, contractors, volunteers or others for whom they have a responsibility) in maintaining their well-being, security and safety when working, posted on international assignments or operating in remote areas of their home country.

Helping you to comply with Duty of Care

Duty of Care means doing the right thing and being seen to do the right thing. It means being able to account for all of your people at any one time, in particular your travellers and expatriate personnel. It means being able to communicate with those people through multiple channels if they are potentially at risk. And it means taking the right measures to keep your people safe, your assets secure and your organisation resilient.

Risk can never be eliminated 100%. However, by taking appropriate measures based on an accurate calculation of risk, you can safeguard your people and fulfil your Duty of care requirements.

READ OUR DUTY OF CARE WHITEPAPER  

Helping you to comply with Duty of Care