1 November 2022, London Marriott Hotel County Hall
21 November 2022, Hilton London Metropole
November 2022, Virtual
The tragic events of the past week have highlighted the dangers many business travellers face and the responsibility of the buyer in keeping them safe.BBT has delved through the archives to bring you special reports on safety issues and duty of care to help when your travellers are visiting risky and volatile areas:
Special report: safety issues in oil and gas
With the complexities and dangers of travelling to some of the world’s most remote and unsettled destinations, the oil and gas sector is a challenging environment for travel buyers.Analysis: Buyers and duty of care
Companies have a duty of care to employees and that includes ensuring they are safe and looked after while travelling on business. For companies looking to implement an effective duty of care policy, there are several challenges, however.Travel security: The weaker sex
They are more vulnerable, more of a target, and more open to risk while on a business trip. So should you, the responsible corporate travel manager, and particularly in light of corporate manslaughter and duty of care laws, be doing more to protect your male business travellers?