If you want to know how to ensure your staff stay safe as they travel make sure your source not only understands the risks but has also travelled extensively on business. Just saying .......... ... See MoreSee Less
That is not of course strictly true, the lawyers may read them after someone makes a claim and your risk, audit or HR dept. may check they exist probably once every year when they do their tick box exercise, they may even check their required headings are there but I bet they do not read them.
Now think back, the original reason was not to tick a box to prevent your organisation being sued following some awful incident affecting one of your staff. The original reason was to take useful relevant advice and spread that as best practice to everyone, often at induction or workshops.
Most people are not victims of kidnap, terrorism or other major incident but victims of much more common events such as an accident in a local taxi or being run over while walking across the road, theft or victims of fraud.
The problem is most advice is boring, irrelevant, too long, just plain useless and I cant think of anytime I have sat with a fellow exec at an airport and they said to me I must read that risk assessment. There are better ways............ ... See MoreSee Less
So after a few years decided to brush up on my skills working with Mark Fox decided to revisit my knife and axe sharpening skills and as we had some spare time II made a new bow and drill set and reviewed my fire making. Always good to learn from some of the best and review what you already know with skilled instructors to make sure you are following the best methods. Without doubt making fire from just a few bits of wood is a skill that takes us back 1000s of years and is very rewarding. ... See MoreSee Less