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Global Framework: Safety, health and security for work-related international travel and assignments

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2 February 2018
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Global Framework: Safety, health and security for work-related international travel and assignments

These guidelines (2013) help organisations manage the risks associated with sending workers and their dependents on international long-term and short-term travel or assignments. It does so by setting out what the organisations need to know, and pay attention to.

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