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Travel Risk Outlook 2017, Medical and security incidents scholastic organisations should prepare for
Promote Student and Staff Well-being Anytime, Anywhere
URMIA - Mental Health and Study Abroad Harnessing Knowledge to Keep Students Safe
Mental Health and Study Abroad: Harnessing Knowledge to Keep Students Safe
Aurore CHATARD from International SOS, will introduce “the 5 Golden Rules” that can help mitigate risks for female overseas travellers.
Join us at this interactive webinar to learn about International SOS' services to members.
During the scenario-based workshop you will learn how to manage an incident where your mobile workforce is at risk
International SOS invites all of our French-speaking members to a 30-minute webinar to introduce the services available.
Dubai and Paris
There is no effective treatment and no vaccine available. Ebola is highly contagious so it is vital to prevent infection.
Defeat malaria: Supporting the World Health Organization in the call for high-level commitment to the vision of a world free of malaria. We are raising awareness through global health promotion activities in local communities, remote locations, our offices and clinics.
Female travel safety has made international headlines, especially following a number of attacks in India. Today, there are more women travelling for business than ever before and organisations are looking for support and advice to help business travellers and expats stay protected; ensuring their work is uninterrupted.
In a crowded place during Christmas festivities, you are far more likely to be affected by the loss or theft of money, phone or other important possessions than you are by terrorism. Keep a close eye on your personal possessions at all times.
Well-dressed business travellers, carrying smart phones and laptops, are at increased risk of being victims of petty crimes like pick-pocketing. 46% of large organisations report dealing with occurrences of this threat over a three-year period.
Key medical information on the outbreak evolution. Zika is an emerging infectious disease that is transmitted to people through mosquito bites. An increasing number of travellers are being diagnosed with the disease after they return home.
The term “Cardiovascular disease” covers a multitude of illnesses. Coronary artery disease is common; if left untreated, it could lead to a heart attack.
Tsunamis, floods and forest fires happen all too often, as do earthquakes, hurricanes and other extreme weather events. Global organisations consider their business travellers and expatriates are at medium risk of hurricanes, typhoons and tsunamis whilst on assignment. 52% of large organisations report dealing with occurrences of these threats over a three-year period.
Every year many business travellers contract unpleasant diseases such as typhoid, yellow fever, Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B. Suddenly a productive and successful business trip turns into weeks off work, recovering from an acute illness that could so easily have been avoided.
Throughout late 2013 and early 2014, civil unrest spread as clashes between opposition activists, Government troops and pro-Russian forces intensified. In late February, Kiev saw its worst day of violence in 70 years, with at least 88 people killed.