Firms must rethink travel safety policy

Hale, Louise
September 2006
Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;9/29/2006, Issue 2736, p26
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the importance of ensuring the health and safety policies of companies in Great Britain. Such view was advocated by a travel management company executive to assure the safety of staff who will be traveling on business. It has been stressed that companies should update their risk management strategies to avoid prosecution under the corporate manslaughter bill.


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