The uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has organizations searching for answers about their duty of care obligations when it comes to travel and their travel risk management programs. To help us understand the risk management and duty of care aspects of the current coronavirus threat is Joe Gleason, the Director of Risk Management at AHT Insurance. Joe has many years of experience working on risk and security operations for large non-governmental organizations around the world.
Category: Travel Risk Management
The Coronavirus outbreak has underscored the urgent need for businesses and schools with international programs to review their travel risk management policies, procedures, and safety communications capabilities.
This new white paper by the risk management experts at LiveSafe and AHT Insurance details how technology, when effectively deployed, used, documented and trained, for both the headquarters and the traveling workforce, can lower the likelihood of critical incidents and claims, effectively lowering the risk profile of the organization in the eyes of insurers.
Enterprise-class risk reporting and safety communications platforms like LiveSafe are also making it possible for travelers to engage in real-time, one-to-one communications with security departments and other key management, as well as enabling those management teams to broadcast critical information to travelers located within a specific geographic area. Such capabilities are now considered critical for organizations to meet their duty of care obligations.
How do enterprises learn from travel safety and security incidents? And how do they feed those lessons back into their travel risk management programs?
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On this episode of The Prevention Podcast, we discuss the emerging approaches to travel risk management with Mike Kelly, vice president with AHT Insurance.