Peters & Peters

Travel Risk Management: ISO 31030, legal risks and mitigation

ISO event 15 November
From left: Fabrice Dubest, Ben Fischer, Frédéric Bellanca, Brian Moore, Bob Quick, Laetitia Piroddi, Dave Wood, Andrew Wallis, Paul Johnson, Lee Whiteing

On 15 November, together with our partners, we hosted a seminar on the legal implications for travel risk management (TRM) arising from the publication of ISO 31030.

The seminar was aimed at senior corporate travel / travel risk professionals, C-suite executives with responsibility for travel risk and senior legal professionals in large corporates.

Topics covered included:

– An update of the current corporate travel landscape 

– An overview of ISO 31030, how it came about, its scope, benefits and roll out developments

– Insights on criminal legal risk and civil law risk in corporate travel from a UK, US and French perspective
– Adopting the standard: PwC’s experience

– Risk mitigation strategies


The panel

– Andrew Wallis, Of Counsel, Peters & Peters
– Paul Johnson, Of Counsel, Peters & Peters
– Bob Quick, Executive Director and Founder, Global Secure Accreditation

Lee Whiteing, Commercial Director, Global Secure Accreditation

Brian Moore, Operations Director, Global Secure Accreditation
– Frédéric Bellanca, Partner, Dartevelle Dubest Bellanca & Associés
– Fabrice Dubest, Partner, Dartevelle Dubest Bellanca & Associés
– Ben Fischer, Partner, Morvillo Abramowitz Grand Iason & Anello PC

– Laetitia Piroddi, Travel Risk and Security Manager, PwC

Want to know more?

Peters & Peters, Dartevelle Dubest Bellanca & Associés and Morvillo Abramowitz Grand Iason & Anello PC produced three distinct papers to help corporates understand the ISO’s potential impact on employer travel security obligations and liabilities in the context of existing UK, French and US law.