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Employers Duty of Care when Employees are Deputed Overseas India Perspective

Published by Nisith Desai Associates and the International SOS Foundation, this document outlines the Duty of Care for businesses operating in India.

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The Indian industry has been experiencing a growth spurt in the last decade, causing an expansion of its operations worldwide. This has resulted in increased deployment of business travellers across the globe especially in dynamic business locations such as: USA, the African region and trade-hubs in the Middle East.

The global workforce is exposed to risks of medical threats, security hazards, infectious diseases, terrorist attacks and natural disasters. In order to cope with such risks, Indian organisations sending their employees overseas require neutral and prompt risk assessment, advice, and constant assistance before, during and after such travel.