It is often said that the human workforce is a company’s most precious asset. As companies of all sizes continue to expand, and more employees travel for their jobs, it’s even more important for risk managers to keep a handle on people risks.
In this article, Toni Le Pine, senior underwriter and head of retail accident and health UK & Ireland at XL Catlin explains how companies can protect their people using their accident & health international programme structures.
• Where does responsibility for ‘people risk’ lie and what can risk managers do to make sure their companies’ programmes are fit for purpose?
• What are some of the people risks that mobile employees face and what risk management steps can companies take?
• What happens if an incident takes place?
• Can these risks be managed within an international programme?