With more and more people working and travelling internationally in an increasingly challenging world, the prevention of work-related travel, health and security incidents is more critical than ever.
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. Nearly 200 representatives from organisations and institutions worldwide signed the declaration to support principles of risk prevention with regards to work-related travel safety, health and security.
We are seeking further participation from all leaders and professionals with responsibility for the Duty of Care of their mobile workforce. The declaration will demonstrate commitment and leadership across all industry sectors, educational institutions as well as the public sector, IGOs, NGOs and others. Business leaders, who would like to represent the leadership of their organisation by signing the declaration, can now provide a digital signature.
View the full signatory list* of organisations who have pledged their commitment to Duty of Care HERE.
Join us and make a difference in your organisation and to people’s lives by making a commitment to Duty of Care.
Summit and Signing Ceremony 3 September 2017
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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.
*Number of individuals and organisations may differ as there may be more than one organisation representative signing the Singapore Declaration.