Duty of Care Workshop, Geneva
Keeping duty of care on your agenda
Focus: People management & duty of care
It is often difficult to prove the impact of preventing something, however we can demonstrate the cost to the individual and organisation when something hasn’t been prevented – from an issue that remains unresolved to the aftermath of a security incident. We aim to change this thinking to position Duty of Care as important to programmes as wearing a seatbelt has become to safety standards.
Participants will leave this workshop with:
- An understanding of their organisation’s duty of care responsibilities
- How to use duty of care as a prevention and enabling strategy
- Knowledge of where duty of care sits within the different functional responsibilities – HR, Security, Health & Safety, Legal, management
- The importance of security within people management and how security risk management and people management work together
- Learning from HR, Security and Cigna experts on duty of care
- Good networking opportunities with like-minded people to continue to grow and learn
Who should attend?
This workshop is meant for senior management, HR & Security professionals in not- for-profit organisations.
Registration closes on 14th April
Please note that registration is limited to 3 persons per organisation
Workshop Details & Schedule
08:30: Networking breakfast and registration
16:45: Networking drinks
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Location: Domaine de Penthes, Geneva, Switzerland
Free parking & public transport access available
- Christine Williamson – International HR specialist leading Duty of Care International
- Alison Male – Specialised coach in stress, trauma and grief with MSF
- Lisa Reilly – Executive Director of the European Interagency Security Forum
- Angela Rooney- Director of Cigna NGO Health Benefits
- Moderated by Anthony Val Flynn from the European Commission
Presentation overviews will be communicated nearer the date.
Cigna NGO Health Benefits team