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RiskPal is an enabler rather than end-to-end solution to achieving the ISO 31030 guidance.
A risk assessment process should be applied to all forms of work travel, this lead us to explore how ISO 31030 is relevant to risk assessment.
Getting started with ISO 31030 can be a daunting prospect. But it need not seem like a mountain to climb and most organisations will already have many of the components in place.
ISO 31030 provides guidance for travel risk management. It was published in 2021 and provides an “umbrella framework to encourage more joined-up and collective ownership of travel risk”.
When approaching risk assessments there is lots to consider; not only the specific details of the individual risk assessments but the process as a whole.
Risk assessment matrices are a popular tool to visualise risk. The most common matrix is a chart or table that intersects the likelihood versus severity.
When approaching risk assessments there are many aspects to consider, but a common uncertainty is deciding on what levels of control to implement.
If you are wondering “what is a risk assessment?” or “do I need to write one?”, we are here to help clarify some questions you might have.