COVID-19 Vaccination Definition and Implementation: New International SOS Services to support your organisation.
Together with other HR leaders, we exchange ideas on the challenges during the pandemic.
How do you create a resilient vaccination programme for your workforce?
How can a resilient vaccination programme help to enable your operations and safeguard your diverse workforce?
Join us as we discuss underlying health issues and wider environmental and geopolitical issues driving our APAC cases.
International SOS will be presenting on the subject COVID-19 testing & vaccination at 11:00AM.
Join us at this webinar where we will explore the topic of "Active risk management for international travel and assignments".
How can International SOS support organisations and their employees during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Join us as we look at the considerations when developing a employee workplace health and safety policy.
Sarah Balzani-Matulik, International SOS Security Manager, sheds light on the heightened political tensions and violent anti-government protests in Senegal.
Ahead of World Malaria Day 2021 on 25 April, Dr Dave Knight, Medical Doctor at International SOS, discusses how we help our clients prevent malaria.
Liliana Martinez, International SOS Security Manager, sheds light on the violent protests in Spain over the detainment of Spanish rapper, Hablo Hasél.
There was a time where the COVID-19 death toll had passed 100. We sat down with Dr Mark Parrish, International SOS Regional Medical Director, and reflected on the lessons we have learned so far from the pandemic.
Laura Clark, Security Specialist at International SOS, uncovers how relationship building with clients has made all the difference in delivering better results.
Povilas Leskauskas, International SOS Security Specialist in London, details challenges posed by the travel restrictions amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
As countries and regions continue to impose global travel restrictions, this has resulted in significant business and logistical challenges around the world.
Responding to a significant epidemic such as Ebola or COVID-19 requires a whole business response, where health issues are both a factor in non-health decisions but also a response in its own right.
Relate bracelets partnered with International SOS six years ago; and since then – we have raised more than R600,000 ($43,000) for malaria prevention and social upliftment. Equating to approximately 16,200 mosquito nets and the protection of 32,400 lives.
Liliana Martinez, International SOS Security Manager, sheds light on Ethiopia's Tigray crisis and what it means for the country's travel risk.