With an estimated 96% of large companies in the USA alone providing access to teleconsultation services for their staff on a domestic basis , this is a rapidly growing industry around the world.
Zero malaria starts with me” is the rallying cry for World Malaria Day 2019 on 25 April. The slogan was designed to keep malaria initiatives on the political agenda, mobilise resources by making the message more personal, and impress on communities and individuals to take ownership of certain aspects of malaria prevention.
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.
Security Manager, Holly Mcgurk recently came back from Beira, Mozambique following the destruction caused by Cyclone Idai. Here, she shares how we helped our clients and their people.
It had been nearly six years since the last major terrorist attack in Nairobi, Kenya – until 15-16 January 2019, when members of the Somalia-based Islamist extremist group al-Shabab stormed the a hotel, in the affluent Westlands neighbourhood.
When violent unrest broke out in Sudan’s major cities in late December 2018, the security team deployed to Khartoum to monitor the situation more closely. Here, Mazen Jomaa from our Dubai team reflects on how the protests progressed and the value that came from being on the ground over a critical period of this unrest.
Pollution affects business operations in many ways, from changes to traffic, vehicle design requirements, bans on burning, and even shutting some manufacturing plants at times. Does air pollution actually affect our health enough to warrant these actions? Several myths need to be dispelled!
Arnaud Vaissié, International SOS' Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO, has authored the foreword in an exclusive new paper from KPMG. The paper sets out each aspect that businesses should review and prepare for in light of future technological advancements.
Jamal Said Bakarsyum, a Security Manager from Singapore, recently came back from a trip to Palu, Indonesia, following the earthquake and tsunami in September. Read about his mission.