How we can help you and your business become compliant with Duty of Care

In order to understand your business and what changes must be undertaken, we use a four step approach:


We review current policies, practices and training. This gives an understanding of the business’s current position and an insight into how you work and the areas that need further consideration. We use benchmarking tools and engagement techniques that give insight into what is best for your business.


Following the initial research, we’ll speak to you about the priorities your business faces. From critical to “good to have”, our detailed report will provide analysis and insight to give you a thorough, transparent assessment of your current position and recommended next moves.


Once you know what needs to be changed and reviewed, we’ll work closely with you to take the necessary next steps. We can provide project plans, tools, policy guides and training.


Once our work is completed, we’ll ensure you have the tools to monitor your business and the changes you’ve made, effectively. We build on what you already have and work closely with you to understand the concerns you want to address. It’s vital your business is compliant as well as considerate of those working for you.

Working in an environment that feels safe, supportive and protective enhances the physical and mental well-being of the people working for you. When people know that they are valued it gives them the encouragement and opportunity to flourish, even in risky working environments. At Duty of Care International, we are committed to getting the most out of your people whilst keeping them safe, even in the toughest of environments. Our methods are preventative, solution-based and tailored to each organisation to ensure those who work for you feel valued and your organisation continues to thrive. Taking the time to provide optimal working standards demonstrates how much you care about your business and the people that make your business a success.

The people working for your organisation are your greatest asset.

Your approach to Duty of Care demonstrates how important your workers are.  Duty of Care is a topic that carries legal, moral and ethical obligations for employers.  As an employer, your obligations depend on what you are asking your workers to do and where you are asking them to do it, and this could be across international borders and in complex, high-risk environments. As Duty of Care touches all aspects of the employment cycle – from recruitment to exit, it adds even more complexity to how the different aspects are managed, monitored and reviewed in an effective way.

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