20 Jan 2017 Pullman Hotel - St Pancras
Information on the new 5 pillars protocols that are being recommended/launched to the travel community.
How AXA Travel Insurance manage travel for your own people to reduce risk and also how the medical transportation of those impacted by injuries, sickness, etc are dealt with.
Information on safety for female travellers, disabled travellers and LGBTQ travellers – types of risk faced, breaches and specific travel advice
The sharing economy is here to stay. Do you fight it or embrace it? What are the risk elements of including these suppliers in your programme? Are the suppliers ready for business sharing?
New legislation relating to Immigration and Tax should now form part of your overall Travel Risk Management Framework. Every time a traveller takes a cross border business trip, it may create substantial risk for the organisation and/or the employee. These risks include immigration, tax, social security, finance and regulation (as well as employee duty of care). It’s recognised that business travellers and commuters are facing increased scrutiny from tax authorities seeking to maximise tax revenues and operate tighter border controls – find out how to avoid these potential risks.
This session will bring together the GBTA Risk Committees 5 Pillars of Travel Risk Management & the Travel Risk Outlook for 2017. Learn which areas the experts consider the most important for business travel experts to focus on, and how to improve your risk profile regardless of the size of your company. We will do a deeper dive into the 5 Pillars of TRM, sharing best practice and real-world advice on elements to put into your TRM strategy straight away.