International SOS Foundation announces 2019 Duty of Care Summit & Awards


Deadline: 30 April 2019

The International SOS Foundation has announced a Duty of Care Summit & Awards 2019 to recognise and honour organisations and individuals with a proactive approach to travel risk management.

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The Awards recognise those who design, implement and improve processes and systems that mitigate travel, health and security risks and contribute to effectively protecting workers overseas

Award Categories

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  • Innovation – This award recognises new or novel approaches to identifying, managing and mitigating risk, including utilising advancements in technology.
  • Remote Resilience – This award recognises developing organisational robustness to protect the health, security and safety of people working in challenging, extreme or remote environments.
  • Communications – This award recognises the effective communications campaigns or programmes that mitigate travel, health or security risk to mobile workers.
  • Ambassador of Duty of Care – This category recognises an individual who has made significant impact in protecting people travelling and working abroad.
  • Education – This category recognises effective programmes that mitigate health, security and travel risks to students, faculty and others staff in the education sector.
  • Sustainability – This category recognises the role of Duty of Care and Travel Risk Management in an organisation’s Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability programme.
  • Belt and Road Initiative  – This category recognises organisations investing in the Belt and Road initiative to help promote international relations, mobility and sustainability whilst ensuring a high quality standard of Duty of Care.

Eligibility Criteria

The Duty of Care Awards is open to all companies, institutions, non-government organisations as well as the government sector. The Awards are global in nature and open to all organisations whether operating in Americas, Europe, Africa & Middle East or Asia-Pacific.

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Criteria

There are four core assessment criteria common to each award. Judges will assess each award for completeness, depth and how clearly they meet the criteria below.

  • Performance Improvement – What results were achieved?
  • Leadership and Management Commitment – What role did leaders and managers play in the project?
  • Stakeholder Engagement – How were internal (and external where applicable) stakeholders involved and engaged in this project?
  • Longevity – How will this project continue to deliver value / benefits to the health and safety of workers?

How to Apply

Applicants can apply online via given website.

For more information, please visit https://www.dutyofcareawards.org/

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