COVID-19 has caused an unprecedented level of disruption to global travel, but now things are starting to pivot to the stage where organizations need to start looking to the future. Global travel will inevitably resume, and it certainly will look different than it did before.
Once travel bans are lifted and borders re-open, there are many factors that should be considered before ‘flipping the switch’ on international travel—and having a solid travel risk management program in place amid this crucial decision-making process helps your organization make more informed decisions, meet your duty of care, and do your necessary due diligence before choosing when to get back out in the world.
This complimentary on-demand webinar, hosted by our friends at ASIS International, reveals how you can get started with this process, while covering the major questions risk professionals should address in order to create and implement a Travel Risk Management (TRM) program at their own organizations.
Upon completion of this webinar, you will:
- Understand the basic framework of crisis and emergency management with regard to travel risk
- Recognize what policies need to be developed for your organization, and how to create internal awareness around these policies
- Learn the unique risk profiles of your travelers and your organization, and how that should factor into a Travel Risk Management (TRM) program
- Understand the types of insurance and assistance programs your organization needs
- Discover the building blocks needed to start developing a holistic TRM program internally at your organization
Click here to watch the webinar on-demand—additionally, please feel free to reach out to us if you would like more information on our Travel Risk Management (TRM) programs, and how your organization can determine how (and when!) to restart travel. The reality is, once travel bans are lifted and borders re-open, there are many factors that should be considered before ‘flipping the switch’—and we can help. Contact us today!
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