International SOS to Host Webinar Aimed at Helping Organizations Identify Gaps and Opportunities When Implementing Duty of Care

International SOS experts to lead first panel in the "Master's Series" aimed at mitigating "foreseeable" risks

Nov 15, 2013, 14:40 ET from International SOS

TREVOSE, Pa., Nov. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- International SOS, the world's leading medical and security services company, will host a complimentary Webinar to help participants identify how well an organization is fulfilling its Duty of Care, thus mitigating "foreseeable" risks their employees face each day as they travel the world. The first in a new "Master's Series" on Duty of Care, this session will uncover the obstacles, issues and solutions organizations typically face as they manage a mobile—and global—work force.

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Utilizing the Integrated Duty of Care Risk Management Model, session speakers will facilitate the exercise, guiding attendees through:

  • Four compelling reasons to engage in Duty of Care (positioning this to your c-suite);
  • Four basic elements that must be completed to effectively customize your approach;
  • A plan, do and check interactive exercise with a baseline and real practice solutions.

Those 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.  The panel includes Duty of Care experts:

  • Lisbeth Claus, Ph.D, SPHR, GPHR, Global Professor of HR, Willamette University
  • Erin Giordano, Director, Client Outreach and Innovation, International SOS

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About the Series:
From strategy to implementation, this series uncovers the obstacles, issues and solutions organizations face when trying to mitigate "foreseeable" risks for their international assignees (their dependents) and travelers who are increasingly working and living all over the world. In this four-part series, industry experts and practitioners will discuss how they are adopting ways to mitigate their health and security risks which allows them to expand into new or existing markets, maintain and attract talent, build a duty of loyalty culture, avoid legal issues and keep employees healthy, safe and secure.

Learn more about managing the risks of a global workforce at Dialogues on Duty of Care.

SOURCE International SOS