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International SOS Foundation | ISO 31030 Training
- Duty of Care
- ISO 31030 Standard
AMERICAS & EUROPE | Spotlight on the USA
- Mental Health
- Duty of Care
- Crisis Management
UNGC - Inclusion and Occupational Safety & Health: New Approaches For Businesses
- Mental Health
Protecting people from health & security threats
How Manufacturing Organisations Can Balance Employee Wellbeing and EfficiencyBlog
According to the International SOS Risk Outlook 2023, 35% of stakeholders within the manufacturing industry believe that mental health is most likely to negatively impact productivity this year. Faced with this situation, it has never been so vital for organisations and managers to uphold their Duty of Care responsibilities, safeguarding the mental health and wellbeing of their workforces in these challenging times.
Preparing for Australia's Bushfire SeasonPodcast
In our latest podcast, our security and medical experts share their advice to keep you and your people safe ahead of Australia's bushfire season.
Unlocking ESG's Hidden Value: Prioritising ‘Health’ In Environmental, Social, and Governance StrategiesBlog
Learn how health considerations impact ESG, the importance of sustainability reporting, and how International SOS can help navigate climate-related challenges while prioritising employee well-being.
Ensuring Safe Return to Campus with Health and Security Guidelines for the Education CommunityPress announcement
Academic institutions are gearing up to welcome students and employees back to campus. With the world navigating the impacts of various global health crises and security concerns, International SOS highlights the importance for education organisations to prioritise the health, security and wellbeing of their community.
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BENCHMARKING YOUR TRAVEL RISK MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME TO ISO 31030
With organisations returning to travel and understanding how to go about this safely, the new ISO 31030:2021 provides vital guidance on how to protect your workforce. To evaluate your travel risk approach, our security and health experts have created a five-minute assessment which provides a customised report that you can take directly to your management.
HOW WE SUPPORT OUR CLIENTS
Niger 2023 Coup
In response to the recent coup in Niger, International SOS played a pivotal role in supporting our clients throughout the multifaceted challenges they encountered.Business ContinuityCrisis Management
Medical Support to a Major Japanese Construction Firm Across Africa
One of our long-standing clients, a large Japanese construction firm, holds their duty of care high on their agenda. They sought our medical support across three of their different project sites in East Africa. Over the past few years, we have been accompanying them in Madagascar, Mozambique and Djibouti by providing different types of medical services - from site health reviews to the management of dedicated COVID-19 facilities during the pandemic. To ensure the health and safety of their people, our client needed an efficient and reliable health partner with robust and consistent regional expertise.Business ContinuityCOVID-19Duty of CareHealth
Idalia 2023 Hurricane Response
In late August 2023, Hurricane Idalia quickly formed into a dangerous storm over the Gulf of Mexico, taking direct aim at Florida. The storm later moved into Georgia and South Carolina.Business ContinuityCrisis ManagementNatural Disasters
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