Risks for working activities abroad: which liability for the company?

A&P helps you manage foreign posting of workers by assessing the geo-political context of the Foreign Country of destination.

for both EU and Extra-EU Countries

How to protect employees during posting abroad

An employer who moves for an assignment abroad, even temporarily, faces a completely new social, political and infrastructural context.

It is therefore essential that the Company trains its employees accordingly.

The employer has to be provided with an overview of the Foreign Country’s characteristics, usually concerning local customs, urban safety, driving licenses, but especially in the event of a risk Country, also risks related to high crime rate, terrorist attacks, natural disaster etc.

Assessing safety
risks abroad

Guarantee the same protection
as in the Country of origin

solutions for adequate compliance

Which measures can the employer adopt?

Pursuant to Italian ex L.Decree 231/2001  and L.D. 81/2008

To which criminal risks may the employer be exposed?

If employees and/or external partners sent on behalf of the Company are involved in an injury occurred abroad, the employer and the Company are liable to:

Criminal Liability

Who is indictable in an Italian criminal proceeding?

The Chairman of the Board (COB) or CEO, the Board members, the Personell/HR Manager, the Person holding delegations of functions (concerning safety or business routes) and the premises’ director may be indictable in the Italian courts.

Request a quotation from our Experts

Fill in the form below to contact our Experts: we will get back to you within 2 business days. The submission is free of charge.