Return on Prevention
The research shows how those organisations who take measures to mitigate the health and security risks associated with business travel and international assignment are not only meeting their moral and legal obligations; they are also making a wise commercial investment.
A research trinity
This study, alongside the Foundation’s 2011 benchmarking study and the 2013 Global Framework, complete a powerful trinity in Duty of Care research. Furthermore, these show how organisations who invest in the prevention of health risks commonly experience both direct and indirect cost-benefits. Making prevention programmes an essential management practice for a sound business.
This strategic framework guides organisations in identifying threats and hazards, and managing risks to the safety, health and security of those travelling for their work or on international assignment.
Learn more about how organisations who invest in the prevention of health risks commonly experience both direct and indirect cost-benefits by viewing our infographic.
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