Duty of Care

Good corporate social responsibility means implementing effective workplace health and safety measures.

Occupational health and safety laws tend to impose a general duty of care requiring employers to offer reasonable safety protections.

In this paper, learn what, specifically, constitutes adequate safety measures and Duty of Care? In the past Duty of Care emphasis was focused on providing support in situations when a traveler may need health or security provisions while in a foreign country. However, Duty of Care has always pertained to providing a level of support for anyone who is deemed to be under an organization's care at the time of an incident.  Determining just who is under an organization's care at the time of an incident, and what services are within the Duty of Care scope, is one of the challenges that organizations face today. Understanding Duty of Care is the first step in identifying your obligations to your employees, and others.


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