As your employees return to business travel, is your company ready to ensure their safety and security on the road? To find out, take The Traveler Security Program Assessment by BCD Travel. During a one-day live or virtual “discovery” session, two BCD travel risk management experts and your company’s key stakeholders conduct an in-depth review of your duty of care practices and policies check their effectiveness against today’s travel risks. The comprehensive assessment explores 11 core aspects of duty of care and covers disease outbreaks, extreme weather, terrorist attacks, theft and accident scenarios, and the recently released Travel Risk Management ISO 31030, a global standard to ensure the health, safety and security of travelers.
“As travel returns and managed travel teams prepare their people to get back on the road, don’t overlook this critical exercise,” said Jorge Mesa, Director, Global Crisis Management at BCD Travel. “When you put a good strategy into place, grounded in data and sound advice, you can operate daily with the assurance that you’ll have the tools you need to communicate and act when anything – from a minor trip disruption to a major crisis – affects your travelers.”
The session also provides answers to:
- What policies are in place around traveler risk? Are travelers aware of them?
- Who’s responsible for which travel risks, i.e., do some aspects of traveler security fall under the travel program and others under corporate security?
- What’s the protocol for travelers to request assistance on the road?
- What’s the protocol for reaching out to travelers during and after a crisis?
- Do travelers have a defined duty of loyalty to contact the company after a crisis? Are travelers aware of their responsibilities?
Following the assessment, the participants receive a comprehensive results document with findings, evaluations, and recommendations for program enhancements.
To learn more, BCD Travel clients can contact their program manager. Not a client? Contact us.