White Paper: The International SOS Foundation and IOSH
Ensuring health and security of workers are complex and ever-evolving subjects, encompassing medical, legal, security, business continuity, financial and reputational considerations.
There is a need to have clear organizational policies and strategies in place as well as competent individuals to manage the travel security, health and safety for all travelers with a view to reducing risks and promoting the health, safety, security and well-being of an ever-increasing and varied mobile workforce.
This white paper sets out the health, safety and security responsibilities of organizations for internationally-mobile workers. It covers the need to:
- Have a health and safety policy in place that includes travel safety, health and security and to make sure these policies are actively enforced
- Carry out risk assessments in order to understand properly the relative security, health and safety risks that will apply to employees while they are abroad, tailored to the specific circumstances of the business trip or international assignment
- Ensure that a system is in place to be able to pinpoint employees’ location in order to ensure their safety
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