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Online session "Guidelines for getting back on track, international mobility and safe travel" - Feliu N&I

Online session “Guidelines for getting back on track, international mobility and safe travel”


Next July 14th at 11.00h we organize together with InternationalSOS and AMEC the online session “Guidelines for getting back to work, international mobility and safe travel”.

Why this webinar?

The situation created by the COVID-19 pandemic has produced a lot of uncertainty in the business world. Organizations are trying to adapt to a complex and volatile context generated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Those with international operations face significant challenges.

Now more than ever, this global health crisis is forcing companies to optimize their strategy and policies to ensure the health, safety and well-being of their employees, while guaranteeing business continuity. The return to normality after the health emergency is the main issue being considered by companies and organizations which, after the impact caused by COVID19, will have to review aspects such as risk analysis procedures, security policies for the travel of their professionals, as well as corporate policies, focused on ensuring the safety of employees.

Mobility, however, is still subject to significant restrictions and limitations. Is it possible to operate and travel safely? Under what conditions?

For this, Diego Guri, Deputy General Manager of AMEC, Montserrat Feliu Costa, Partner-Director of FeliuN&I and ExpatFeliu, Javier Mollá Ayuso, Regional Security Manager. International SOS and Ricardo Lenoir-Grand Pons, Security Manager. International SOS, will give us the guidelines with the aim of helping companies to meet the requirements presented by the new scenario.

Free participation. Prior registration is required. Once you have registered, we will send you the link to the webinar. Limited capacity!

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