Everbridge has revealed disturbing findings that only 24 per cent of surveyed organisations have substantial travel risk management (TRM) policies and programmes in place. The whitepaper, Measuring up Against ISO31030, details the latest results from an ongoing survey to better understand how organisations are managing business travel risks.
The most prominent takeaway from these findings is that four out of five trips have inadequate travel safety in place for travellers.
ISO 31030, Travel Risk Management – Guidance for organisations was introduced in September 2021 to help manage risk associated with business travel. Protecting staff and contractors when travelling is a legal and moral responsibility for organisations.
By taking TRM seriously, minimises the risk of harm to your people and strengthens your organisation’s resilience to disruptive events.
Are you confident that the policies and procedures in place are robust and align with the ISO 31030 standard? Can you demonstrate the capability to mitigate risks and respond effectively?
Inverroy Crisis Management supports and provides TRM solutions to organisations undertaking overseas travel whether to benign or frontier locations. Our team of security professionals will help you to assess the risk, plan, execute and deliver the safe return of your greatest asset, your people.