Keeping Travellers Safe – Details of new travel risk management bootcamp announced

Global travel and operational risk firm Anvil Group partners with the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) and Global Secure Accreditation to offer a new training course - Travel Risk Management Bootcamp: Understanding and Implementing ISO 31030
Helping to keep your travellers safe
Helping to keep your travellers safe
LONDON - Aug. 5, 2021 - PRLog -- ISO 31030 Travel Risk Management is a new standard that will provide guidance on how to manage the risks to organisations and their travellers as a result of undertaking travel. Due for publication later this year, the standard sets out a structured approach to the development, implementation, evaluation and review of travel risk management policies and programmes, and the assessment and treatment of travel risks.

Matthew Judge, Group Managing Director, Anvil Group: "Safety and security of travellers consistently tops the list of travel management priorities, and it will be a key focus as firms prepare for the return to travel in a post-pandemic world."

He continues: "One of the aims of the new standard is to promote a culture where travel-related risk is taken seriously, resourced adequately, and managed effectively. ISO 31030 establishes clear guidelines for assessing risks related to travel, 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."

Ahead of the publication of the standard, Anvil Group has partnered with the GBTA and Global Secure Accreditation to offer a series of one-day virtual programmes that will help travel and procurement professionals explore travel risk management in the context of the upcoming ISO 31030 guidelines and provide practical guidance to anyone involved in building and managing corporate travel programmes.

The sessions will bring together experts in travel risk management – including Anvil Group's US Managing Director, Cal Pratt, and Group Head of Intelligence, Karl Kirkcaldy - 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 programme. Session participants will also earn a GBTA Travel Risk Management certificate and credit towards their Global Travel Professional status.

Publication of the standard is scheduled for Q4 2021.

Training dates are currently confirmed for September, October and December. More Information on the training can be found here >>

For more information on ISO 31030 or to discuss specific training for your organisation, speak to one of our experienced team directly on +44 (0)20 7938 4221 or via
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