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Client magazine issue 9

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.

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  • How Does Business Travel Impact Mental Health? Mental health

    In a new study aimed at understanding the behavioural changes directly related to business trips, indicated that half of business travellers acknowledge that their stress, depression and anxiety are heightened. Learn how to support your mobile workforce.

  • Road Accidents & Safety Road Safety

    According to the World Health Organization, over 1.35 million people are killed each year on the world's roads and tens of millions are injured in road crashes each year. On private or public transport and as a pedestrian, it is important to understand the risks, get the facts, and take steps to protect the safety of your travellers and your organisation.

  • Mitigating Human Capital Risks in China China OH

    With a population of over 1.4 billion people, China is an economic hub for businesses. With such growth, comes challenges for protecting the most important resource; human capital.

  • Protecting a Diverse Mobile Workforce Diverse Workforce

    With the rapid growth of business travellers and expatriates, many organisations are finding it challenging to manage the travel safety, health and security of their workers. The growth also changes the diverse composition of a mobile workforce and the risks associated.

  • special report: Hong Kong Update

    Watch the 17 minute Special Report where International SOS security experts, James Smallwood and Aditya Luthra share tactical advice for business travellers and international assignees in Hong Kong (SAR).

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