International SOS to Host Sixth Essential Step in Webinar Series on Duty of Care Responsibility

Tim Daniel from International SOS to lead expert panel on how to locate and track employees when they set off around the world

Apr 18, 2013, 12:50 ET from International SOS

TREVOSE, Pa., April 18, 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, April 25, focusing on how to locate your traveling employees at any time day or night.

This is the sixth step in the eight-part complimentary webinar series aimed to enhance, challenge and ensure organizations are fulfilling their Duty of Care obligations.

Step 6: It's 3 a.m. Somewhere…
How to Locate your Workforce Today and Tomorrow
Thursday, April 25, 2013, 1 - 2 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time

If trouble strikes at 3 a.m., would you be able to connect with your globe-trotting travelers or expatriates and then tell your c-suite in five minutes or less that "all of our people are okay?"  This step is all about knowing where your travelers and expatriates are and then effectively ensuring they have clear advice to stay healthy, safe and secure in the wake of a natural disaster, security event or medical crisis. 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:

  • Proactive steps and automated technology that can educate and alert your employees of risks and ways to mitigate so they are prepared when trouble hits;
  • Trends in travel tracking and where this technology is headed;
  • Managing "maverick" travelers who book outside the approved system using social media and other sites that don't pull data back into your processes or systems;
  • The importance of an "I'm OK" policy.

Our expert panelists will take you through some of their real-world practices and reveal "quick wins" so you can decide if your organization is at risk, compliant or CSR focused.

Daniel will be joined by Trish Earles, CCTE, GTP, Sr. Global Manager, T&E Corporate Card/MIS, Halliburton; Michael Russo, Director, Global Security, Product and Asset Protection, Eli Lilly and Company; and Teresa Willson, Manager, Global Travel & Traveler Safety, PATH who will take attendees through some of their own real-world practices.

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.

Can't Attend?
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 ( is the world's leading medical & travel security risk services company operating from over 700 sites in 76 countries with 10,000 employees, led by 1,200 physicians and 200 security specialists. Our global services include assessing medical and travel security risks, advising on preventative programs with in-country expertise and assisting with emergency response for business travelers and global assignees. We serve multinational corporate clients, governments and NGOs and support them to achieve their Duty of Care responsibilities.

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