What is ISO 31030?
ISO 31030 gives guidance to organizations on how to manage the risk(s), to the organization and its travellers, as a result of undertaking travel and provides a structured approach to the development, implementation, evaluation and review of:
- programme development;
- threat and hazard identification;
- opportunities and strengths;
- risk assessment;
- prevention and mitigation strategies.
ISO 31030 Standards History and Updates
Why ISO 31030 Travel Risk Management is important for you?
ISO 31030 Travel Risk Management is applicable to any type of organization, irrespective of sector or size, including but not limited to:
- commercial organizations;
- charitable and not-for-profit organizations;
- governmental organizations;
- non-governmental organizations;
- educational organizations.
Benefits of ISO 31030 Risk Management
Safety and Security of travellers consistently top the list of travel management priorities, which will be a key focus as firms prepare for the return to travel. It has been well established that organizations need to demonstrate a duty of care to their staff when they travel on company business; however, the duty of care can mean different things depending on who you ask.
ISO 31030 establishes clear guidelines for assessing risks related to travel – whether physical, hygiene or cyber-related – and how to manage and benchmark those risks. It will remove the guesswork and provide clarity in an area that’s never been more critical for companies and their travellers.
This course brings together experts in travel risk management to provide clear guidance on risk and a practical step-by-step guide on how to implement the policies and procedures to run a robust travel risk management program in your own organization.
ISO 31030 training courses available
ISO 31030 Travel Risk Management does not apply to tourism and leisure-related travel, except in relation to travellers travelling on behalf of the organization.