Duty of care acts as a powerful principle in determining corporate responsibility. As organizations expand their operations (and their risk profiles), employees and other stakeholders are exposed to an increased number and variety of risks. Ensuring the safety and resiliency of all people and operations should be an organizational priority.
Understanding Duty of Care
As international legal trends continue to shift the burden of mitigating risks onto organizations, having enhanced risk management practices can give organizations a competitive advantage in today’s global operating environment. A proactive approach toward developing and implementing duty of care practices can minimize liability risks while optimizing your risk management strategy.
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- International duty of care laws
- How to ensure your policies do not increase your organization's legal liabilities
- Best practices to assess your organizational readiness
- How to safeguard your people and operations
3 Steps to Evaluate your Risk Management Policy
Learn more about each of these elements to assess your risk management policy for operational resiliency.
- Learn about duty of care liabilities and best practices in your operating environment.
- Assess your current systems for managing duty of care.
- Continuously communicate, train, and update your risk management policy.
Find out if you are meeting your duty of care obligations to your personnel and take this 3-step assessment checklist.
Duty of Care and Travel Risk Management
Duty of care has become an increasingly important consideration for those involved with travel risk management. Personnel on business travel and expat assignments are generally at higher risk of harm than employees working in a single office environment. As an organization, you have a responsibility to ensure the safety and well-being of this personnel. Corporate travel, security, HR, risk, and legal professionals are all responsible for duty of care. An enhanced travel risk management program is an essential part of a duty of care assessment.
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