09 Jan Understand and implement ISO 31030 with our TRM Bootcamp
According to Skift, approximately $933 billion was spent of business travel in 2022. This is projected to increase to more than $1.2 trillion in 2023– indicating the industry is well on the road to recovery.
January is a perfect time to review your organisation’s travel risk management policies and procedures to ensure they stack up against ISO 31030 – the international standard for travel risk management that was rolled out in 2021 and will gain momentum this year. Doing so will increase employee safety and security, reduce overall risk and provide assurance for employees and corporate management.
Where to start?
Fortunately, we provide a range of services that can help your organisation build and/or update a robust system to ensure the safety and wellbeing of travelling employees. Beyond our ISO 31030 Assessment and Audit Programme – which measures how your travel risk management policy stacks up against ISO 31030 – we have joined forces with GBTA to provide another Travel Risk Management Bootcamp.
The virtual course, designed for travel managers and directors, as well as corporate security and risk managers, and procurement or other managers with a responsibility for travel, explores travel risk and mitigation in the context of ISO 31030.
What will you learn?
Our industry experts will provide you with the practical tools required to shape and manage corporate travel risk management programmes, from risk identification and control processes to best practice in documentation, reporting and auditing. You will also have the opportunity to learn more about ISO 31030 from Bob Quick, who contributed towards the drafting of the standard and its rollout. The expert panel offers an all-encompassing view of ISO 31030 with Lee Whiteing able to share his experiences working at HSBC as Head of Global Travel Operations.
Benefits of the bootcamp session include:
- Learn from travel risk management experts and get your questions answered.
- Study with industry peers and learn from each other’s experiences and perspectives.
- Receive a ready-to-use workbook of templates to help create the systems and processes discussed in the course within your organisation.
- Keep a copy of the presentation materials as a reference guide.
- Earn a GBTA Travel Risk Management certificate and 6 credits towards your GTP status.
Where to register?
This course will be delivered virtually across two days from 2pm-5pm GMT. The upcoming session is 17th – 18th January. Register here.