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Duty of Care: A Singapore Perspective


According to International SOS Foundation’s Duty of Care 2.0 Survey, 24% of respondents from Asia were either unsure or unaware of an employer’s liability for any injuries sustained by their mobile employees while working outside of their home country. Together with Herbert Smith Freehill Prolegis, International SOS Foundation has launched a new white paper, Duty of Care: A Singapore Perspective, which explores the duty of care for workplace health, safety and security to overseas business travellers. The paper also features views from the Singapore National Employee Federation (SNEF) on the importance of managing the health and safety of the mobile workforce.

In this webinar, our experts dive into a Singapore-based employer’s Duty of Care on health and safety and give sneak peek into the insights of this newly published paper.


  • Bala Selvam, Regional Security Manager, Singapore, International SOS
  • Fatim Jumabhoy, Managing Partner, Singapore, Herbert Smith Freehills