TREVOSE, Pa., March 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- International SOS, the world's leading medical and security services company, will hold its latest webinar in the series, "Start to Finish: Eight Essential Steps for Duty of Care," on Thursday, March 21, focusing on how to communicate, educate, and train a global workforce.
This is the fifth step in the eight-part complimentary webinar series aimed to enhance, challenge and ensure organizations are fulfilling their Duty of Care obligations.
Step 5: Who Needs to Know What?
How to Communicate, Educate, and Train Your Global Workforce
Thursday, March 21, 2013, 1 - 2 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time
This action-oriented step further strengthens an organization's ability to keep their international travelers and expatriates – including dependents – healthy, safe and secure, in order to establish a Duty of Loyalty among all parties so everyone wins. Led by Tim Daniel, Group Executive VP for International SOS, a panel of experts will guide attendees through this critical step with the following best practices in mind:
- How to communicate policies and procedures to busy travelers, expatriates and others on the go – and how to do it effectively;
- The importance of establishing protocols and the benefit of outgoing messaging that a Duty of Care plan is in place;
- How risk awareness and training can keep travelers out of trouble, allowing them to think on their feet so they are prepared when trouble hits;
Daniel will be joined by Patti Clavier, RN, BSN, COHN-S, Senior Project Manager, Intel; Craig DeCampli, Director of Global Security, KPMG; and Jean McCall, Director of Human Resources at The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation who will take attendees through some of their own real-world practices and reveal "quick wins" that will help an organization evaluate is they are at risk, compliant or CSR focused.
Who Should Attend:
Anyone who manages or is responsible for employees overseas will benefit from this webinar, including those in the areas of medical, security, human resources, business continuity, risk management, travel, HSE and legal.
Follow this link to register to attend this webinar. Anyone who registers for all eight thought leadership webinars will be sent a Duty of Care Certificate of Completion.
Follow this link to register to receive the recording within three business days after the event.
Offering Credit Hours:
This program has been approved for 1 (Specified-International) recertification credit hour toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
Learn more managing the risks of a global workforce at Dialogues on Duty of Care.
About International SOS
International SOS (www.internationalsos.com) is the world's leading medical & security services company operating from over 700 sites in 76 countries with 10,000 employees, led by 1,100 physicians and 200 security specialists. Our global services include medical and risk planning, preventative programs, in-country expertise and emergency response for travelers, expatriates and their dependents of over 70 percent of the Fortune 500 companies.
SOURCE International SOS