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eMag issue 11

Our magazine brings you up-to-date news about International SOS, as well as engaging real-life stories about how we leverage our knowledge and expertise to help our clients.

Clinic Care Magazine

Clinic Care, our bi-annual magazine provides our readers with interesting and informative information that promotes general health and wellness. Readers can learn and hear from our very own experts. Click here to view editions.

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  • CORONAVIRUS DISEASE (COVID-19) PANDEMIC

    This is a rapidly evolving situation. International SOS is monitoring closely and updating this website as more information becomes available.

  • New COVID-19 visualisation COVID19 cycle thumbnail

    Our new visualisation, the International SOS COVID-19 Cycle, highlights the potential cyclical nature of COVID-19 transmission. The dynamic nature of transmission levels will continue to challenge organisations in managing their business resilience.

  • Continued resilience amidst crisis: A REFLECTION ON A YEAR OF COVID-19  Continued resiliences emag

    As we approach a year of COVID-19, our health and security advisors take a moment to reflect on how the pandemic has impacted our clients and their workforce. In this video, our experts highlight the positive changes the pandemic has had on our lives now, and in the future.

  • Four Lasting Trends Impacting Your Domestic Workforce Domestic employee thumbnail

    Amidst the uncertainty, COVID-19 has created obvious challenges for business travellers, and international assignees. However, domestic employees, now more than ever, require specialised health and safety support. Our experts share the four lasting trends here to stay.

  • Global Handwashing Day 2020 global handwashing day thumbnail

    COVID-19 has shed an important spotlight on Global Handwashing Day. This year’s campaign aims to highlight the importance of handwashing as an effective and affordable way to prevent disease and save lives.

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