Developing A Defensible Travel Safety Programme Which Caters For Individual Needs

• Communicating risks to your globally mobile workforce
• Updating existing policies to resonate with today’s workforce
• The challenges for a multinational in implementing a robust programme with consistent standards across a global business.
• Zoning out to too many non-targeted push alerts and notifications
• How do you conduct a gap analysis to determine your company’s key areas of exposure?
• Treating senior level management differently overseas? What are the challenges around unifying your policies across the board?

Using Business Continuity Principles And Mythologies To Add To Informed Risk Decision-Making And Materiality

PANEL SESSION – Situational Awareness – Are Companies Putting Sufficient Resources Into Educating Employees How To React Should They Be Caught Up In An Incident Overseas?

PANEL SESSION – Corporate Behaviour, Millennial Mindsets And Compliance Challenges

• Rogue booking and bleisure – are companies allowing Millennials to reshape their internal travel procedures to the extent that the company no longer satisfies its duty of care owed to travelling employees?
• Why is non-compliance still an issue if it is not part of any employees remit to explore their own travel options?
• Flexibility and open-booking – how might this shape up in the court rooms following an incident overseas where corporate liability is suddenly thrust into the limelight?
• Does non-compliance have any consequence for the offender?
• Refusal to adhere to policy-what is the employer recourse?