Small Business International Travel Resource Travel Planner

Small Business International Travel Resource Travel Planner: Employer and Employee Planning Tool for Safe and Healthy Employee Travel

 

Preparing your employees for international work travel before departure is crucial to safer and healthier work abroad. International work locations present unique challenges and risks, especially for small businesses with fewer than 50 employees (Cunningham 2014). Many small businesses lack dedicated travel and human resource staff to plan such trips. This puts more responsibility for safe and healthy employee travel on owners and managers.

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health prepared the Small Business International Travel Resource to help the small business owner anticipate and plan for safe and healthy travel abroad. This resource will help you understand international travel concerns and provide you with resources to address them. You will find essential health and safety information, tools and links to valuable resources.

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Resource Details

Authors:
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

Published:
August 2019

Length:
36 pages

Tags:
Infectious Diseases
Planning
Preparedness

Table of Contents

Part 1: Assessments and Action Planning for Pre-travel, On-travel, and Post-travel
Section A: Pre-travel Planning
Pre-travel: Job Plan
Pre-travel: Location Plan
Pre-travel: Personal Plan (For Employee)

Section B: On-travel Planning
On-travel: Job Plan
On-travel: Location Plan
On-travel: Personal Plan

Section C: Post-travel Plan
Post-travel: Job Plan
Post-travel: Location Plan
Post-travel: Personal Plan.

Part 2: Travel Planning Tools
Employer Task Timeline
Travel Health Assessment
Location Health and Safety Plan
Packing List
Contact and Emergency Information Form
Incident Report
Post-travel Report

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