Select the value chain elements that are relevant for your business offers, including services provided by suppliers. Hover over the different value chain elements to find out more about them. When clicking on a value chain element, several risk cards will appear. They indicate potential human rights risks related to this specific value chain element. The full list of potential human rights risks can be overwhelming for a small tour operator. You should therefore first focus on a small number of risks related to your value chain. But how to prioritize? You can prioritize relevant risks for your business by asking yourself the following questions: Which value chain element is crucial for my business (relevance in terms of business volume/PAX, business relationships, reputation, future operations)? What are the most severe (red colour marking) human rights risks related to each value chain element? Start now to analyse your value chain: Value Chain Travel organisation & booking Tour operating Retail & sales Transportation International Transport Domestic Transport Accommodation Lodging Cruise Food & beverage Restaurant Bar & nightlife Activities Tours & excursions Leisure & sport Volunteering Shopping Instruction for the appearing risk cards (in the value chain elements) Click on «select» to store the risk cards that are particularly relevant for your company for further use or printing. The selected risk cards will be stored under «Selected issues». Click on «learn more» to access more information about this specific human rights risk and the selected value chain element. The additional information will help you gain a clearer picture of the risk and decide on its relevance for your own operations. The red and orange colour marking of each risk card indicate the severity of the specific risk. Red: high risk, Orange: medium risk. Analyse country-specific risks Click here to assess country-specific human rights risks for your company by using publicly available information on existing platforms. The development of the Get Started Tool was conducted by focusright and funded by the German Government via the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.