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Legal Duty of Care For the US Mobile Workforce: A Roundtable Discussion

Presented by: International SOS Foundation, Fisher & Phillips, LLP and the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine

When: Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Time: 1 p.m. Eastern

Duty of Care for US organizations who have workers on foreign assignments and business travelers has evolved from a mere concept to one now rooted in law. As an organization, it's critical to mitigate your risk by staying well-informed of the latest rules and regulations when it comes to this important topic.

Do you know your legal responsibilities regarding the health and safety for your mobile workforce? What are the ramifications for not having a plan in place? What are best practices for complying with Duty of Care laws? 

Please join us for a discussion on the evolving Duty of Care landscape in the US and learn from the leading experts about responsibilities and best practices to address health and safety obligations for employees working abroad.



Robert Quigley, M.D., D.Phil

Senior VP and Regional Medical Director
International SOS


Lauren Cell

Fisher & Phillips, LLP


Ted Boehm

Fisher & Phillips, LLP

We are also pleased to publish the whitepaper, "Legal Perspective on the Health, Safety, & Security Responsibilities for US Mobile Workforce: Employer Best Practices and Travel Risk Management Checklist." Fisher & Phillips, LLP, employment and labor attorneys, the International SOS Foundation, and the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine teamed up to produce this first of its kind white paper. Participants will receive a complimentary copy following the event. We hope you can join us for this insightful session.

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