Global assignments are predicted to grow by 50% by 2020*, Duty of Care cross-border regulation is complex, mobility teams are understaffed and medical costs are forecasted to grow. In an increasingly challenging and complex world, the prevention of work-related travel safety, health and security incidents is an important element of occupational safety and health.
The International SOS Foundation, supported by the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) Singapore, launched a declaration during a Summit Meeting on 3 September 2017, on the opening of the XXI World Congress on Safety and Health at Work. Close to 200 representatives from organisations and institutions have signed the declaration in support of the principles of risk prevention with regard to work-related travel safety, health and security.
The International SOS Foundation is seeking further participation from all leaders and professionals, who have a responsibility for the Duty of Care of their mobile workforce. The declaration will demonstrate commitment and leadership across all industry sectors, public and private sector and NGOs, to institutions of higher learning and others. Business leaders, who would like to represent the leadership of their organisation by signing the declaration, can now provide an digital signature.
Join us and make a difference in your organisation and to people’s lives by making a commitment to Duty of Care.
The Summit and signing ceremony TOOK place on 3 September 2017 from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM at the sands Expo and Convention Centre, Singapore.
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*Price Waterhouse Cooper's "Talent Mobility 2020" Publication. https://www.pwc.com/gx/en/managing-tomorrows-people/future-of-work/pdf/talent-mobility-2020.pdf
Please Note: This is a public document and is not legally binding. By signing, you agree your name, title and company name to appear in public on this declaration.