Shep has been shortlisted for the Duty of Care awards in the Technology category. The competition, launched by International SOS, is intended “to recognise organisations and honour their investment and innovation in protecting the health, safety, security and wellbeing of their global workforce.” As a travel manager, ensuring the safety and overall well-being of your travelers should be the first on your list of priorities when implementing a sufficient and sustainable duty of care travel policy, as discussed in a previous Shep blog post.
There are seven categories with the winner in each due to be announced in September. According to the award site, the judges consist of “sector-leading expert judges from a host of internationally recognised organisations.”
Kai Boschmann, Executive Director of the International SOS Foundation said:
“The world has drastically evolved due to COVID-19. Duty of Care, now more than ever, sits in the spotlight of organisations’ top concerns globally. Recognising businesses that have demonstrated resilience and agility during such turbulent times is incredibly important. Sharing their expertise can help to shape the business world, providing insight into critical health and safety best practice for resilient workforces.”
It is a huge honor for Shep to be recognized alongside companies that International SOS Foundation has identified as having “an unparalleled level of excellence.”
See the finalists here.
While COVID might be the current focus of Shep’s users, the ability to deliver right-message-at-the-right-time guidance across 2,000 travel sites is so much broader. Shep can be used to share information on sustainability, policy, suppliers, and training, and so much more.
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