Travel Risk assessment Planning

Risky Business: Planning an Incentive TravelToday’s enterprises have ceased to see their employees as tools to move on to explore a more human perspective of workers, promoting a better deal and a wide satisfaction on both sides, that is why the incentive trips are designed as a reward by companies to their employees.

This type of “reward” is planned and designed to motivate people to achieve goals through personal experiences, creating an engagement to the company activity. During these journeys is incentive planners who have the responsibility to organize well the division between leisure / business within the program and select the destination and right place.

Another responsibility for them is to outstrip any disturbance, as planners face a wide range of potential risks in incentive travel and motivational events. These risks may include weather or natural disasters, government or labor disputes, interruption of transport, medical emergencies, acts of terrorism or violence, among others. When the motivational events are affected by these challenges, the effects can vary greatly and the common reaction is to resort to legal action. Consequently, risk mitigation is an important consideration that must be addressed early in the planning stage of the program.

On this basis, the Site International Foundation has released its latest document, “Risk Assessment / Management for Incentive Events, ” the third in the “Business Incentives Move” series, a text that helps ensure that adequate risk assessment has been performed and risk management plans have been launched at all necessary levels.

Furthermore, risk assessment and know how to handle them often play an important role in the legal department of the customer, so take this into account in the program can mean a great advantage for the glider.


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