Everyone remembers the big emergencies. Luckily these are very rare for International SOS members. Less than 1% of the people we support ever require an evacuation. It is general advice that the vast majority of members need.
Worldwide disease outbreaks - or pandemics - are an ever present danger. Influenza can strike at any time. As well as causing illness and even death, pandemics can cause major disruption to businesses.
In the Summers of 2014 and 2016, Brazil is host to two major international sporting events.
Ebola has been part of the daily news agenda since it began spreading in West Africa early last year.
How we enable small and medium sized enterprises around the world to expand their global footprint.
As South Sudan dissolved into political violence, another security situation was unfolding in Ukraine.
Managing the risk of emerging infectious diseases in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
How International SOS is helping its customers to deal with air pollution and smog in China
Dr Patel talks to Hotline about delivering medical services in a remote forest in India.
Using technological innovation to support clients anywhere in the world.
Tips on how to remember your trip for all the right reasons.
Supporting members in the aftermath of an earthquake.
We are used to reading bleak headlines about malaria. In 2015 however, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported zero indigenous cases of malaria in the European region for the first time since it began keeping score.
Dr Jonathan O’Keeffe talks about the challenges of protecting people in the Arctic Circle.
As a key player in Papua New Guinea, International SOS Australasia is committed to giving back to the local community.
For many years Australian Red Cross has provided humanitarian support to vulnerable people around the globe. Working in extreme environments and crisis situations, Australian Red Cross has always placed huge importance on keeping its international aid workers safe and well.
The Middle East is a place of high activity. It’s very rich in oil and gas, and many other companies are involved in construction, developing infrastructure and servicing the working population. Here is how we support our clients in extreme locations.
Have you ever wondered what happens if someone is taken ill on a flight?
Since 1985, MedAire has been assisting passengers and crews around the world, whether in the air, on land or at sea. Since becoming an International SOS company in 2008, MedAire has combined its rapid response and logistics capabilities with International SOS’ global network. The result is a medical and security offering that is totally unique in its expertise, reach and impact.
Ebola is a deadly haemorrhagic fever that can spread rapidly between humans and can kill those it infects.
For many years, our clinic in Hanoi has provided a comprehensive range of primary healthcare and emergency medical services
As the 2016 Olympic Games are getting closer, Dr Robert Quigley, Dr Ivan Drummond and Mike Reedy tell clients to expect the unexpected and how to prepare.