Duty of Care refers to the moral and legal obligations of employers to employees, contractors, volunteers and related family members in maintaining their health, safety and wellbeing.
HOW IT IMPACTS YOUR ORGANISATION
> Organisations have legal obligations to act prudently to avoid the risks of injury or exposures leading to ill health. This obligation may apply both to acts and omissions.
> Employers are responsible for building a broad culture within their organisation to address the health, safety, security and wellbeing of employees and other related collaborators to the business. In doing so, they are expected to develop and deploy appropriate risk management programmes to protect their workforce and ensure business resilience.
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Understanding complex health risks, security risks and control measures for your travelling population.
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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.
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