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Building a Travel Risk Risk Management Programme Fit for the COVID-19 World
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5 Travel Threats Impacting Low Risk DestinationsInsights
Whether you are travelling abroad for business or for leisure, it is important to consider the potential travel threats you may encounter - even in low risk destinations. Here are our top 5 travel threats to help you better prepare for your upcoming travels.
Benefits of Travel Monitoring and Tracking to Protect Your WorkforceInsights
Achieving global business continuity heavily relies on a safe, secure and healthy workforce. One way to ensure this is to implement travel monitoring and tracking - these are the benefits.
Advice for Wildfire Season 2022Press announcements
The wildfire season has started in many countries. With rising temperatures and below-average rainfall, comes an increased risk of extreme fires, which are now worsening and becoming more frequent worldwide, including in the US, Europe and the UK. As we are in peak wildfire season, International SOS advises organisations on preparations required to best protect their people and ensure business continuing through to the autumn.
How COVID-19 Affected Corporate Return to Travel PlansInsights
Even with the volume of business trips increasing to half of pre-pandemic levels, travel risks remain. We discuss the ways you can be travel ready despite COVID-19 still affecting return to travel plans.
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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
Dedicated Travel Risk Management Solution for Leading Tech Firm
To ensure the safety and security of our client's employees’, we embedded a local Travel Risk Manager within their offices in London and Singapore to support with their post-pandemic return to travel plans.Duty of CareBusiness continuityTravelResilienceRisk
COVID-19 & Influenza Vaccination Drive for a Global Cruise Ship Operator|Sydney, Australia
International SOS conducted a vaccination drive at sea for a global cruise ship operator, enabling all crew to meet the vaccination requirements set by the destination port.COVID-19Duty of CareBusiness continuityVaccine
Supporting Our Client Through a Wave of Unrest in Senegal
During widespread demonstrations in Senegal, International SOS assisted a large offshore drilling company with keeping their workforce safe and their activities running in the country.SecurityRiskBusiness continuityWorkforceUnrest
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