GSA creates survey to help firms check travel risk management compliance

Global Secure Accreditation has developed a simple online survey to help organisations get to grips with travel risk management policies.

On completion of the survey, respondents receive feedback and advice from the GSA team.

“Corporate travel can be one of the most significant risks an organisation faces”, comments GSA’s commercial director Lee Whiteing. “Corporates are responsible for their travelling employees from the moment they leave home to the moment they return. Whether it is day-to-day events that impact performance, or crises that can disrupt business and put employees at risk, companies have a duty of care to staff.

"The publication of ISO 31030 codifies this into a global standard. We developed this survey to make it simple for organisations to get to grips with actions they need to take to be compliant and reduce legal and reputational risk.”

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