In the works since 2018, the initial version of ISO guidance on travel risk management is scheduled for release this month. It will provide a roadmap and a set of best practices that could evolve into a more formal standard and associated certification.

Travel risk management experts welcome the publication and see it as a tool to help most organizations get a better handle on writing relevant policies, preparing travelers, and analyzing and mitigating risks. It could also help to further raise the profile of . . .

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