LIVE EVENT | ISO 31030 Roadshow
September/October 2022 | Business Breakfast Event
Germany | Italy | Switzerland

Is your Travel Risk Management Programme still fit for purpose in this volatile world?

Join us for a unique Business breakfast limited to 30 specialists in the field of HSE, Security and HR to discuss key global health and security risks in this new travel reality and how to manage them in relation with the new ISO 31030 Standard.

What to expect:

These exclusive in-person events will take place in Switzerland, Germany and Italy during the month of September and October. Book your seat now to save your spot. You will receive detailed information within the upcoming weeks.

The WORKSHOP will focus on ISO Standard in general and emphasize these components in detail: Managing Travel Risks, Travel Risk Assessment, Travel Risk Treatment.

Wie will also discuss the following topics in particular:
How to deploy the new Standard in your organisation.
How to effectively use intelligence to conduct and support your Travel Risk Assessments.
How to use technology to mitigate risks in compliance with the new ISO 31030 Travel Risk Management.
21 September | Zurich
Hitachi Zosen Inova AG | 8AM - 10AM
22 September | Geneva
IATA Geneva Conference Center | 8:30AM - 10:30AM

29 September | Frankfurt (sold out)
Finance in Motion GmbH | 9AM - 11AM
7 October | Duesseldorf
Henkel AG & Co. KGaA | 9AM - 11AM


26 October | Milan
Centro Svizzero di Milano | 9:30AM - 11:30AM
27 October | Parma
Impresa Pizzarotti & C. S.p.A. | 9:30AM - 11:30AM
This event is exclusively for people who are responsible for the following areas: Security, HSE and Human Resources.
Due to this unique high-level event and the limited availability of seats, each registration will be checked manually. For this reason, please expect some delays for the confirmation upon your registration.
Registrants will receive final confirmation for the event.
NB. Limitation to 2 delegates per company.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.


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