According to data from the International SOS Tracker, as of June 2022, we are observing a steady increase in international business travel with total travel volume reaching 75% of the pre-pandemic level. One critical factor that contributes to this upward trend is the continual relaxation of travel and quarantine restrictions in many countries.
The resumption of travel will also inevitably bring along the transmission of infectious diseases. In the recent paper “People Risk 2022” published by Mercer Marsh Benefits, the survey result: “Pandemics & Other Communicable Health Conditions” remains the fourth highest risk to the workforce according to people managers.
In this webinar, Dr Ahmed Fahmy will address some notable infectious diseases that are hitting the headline and provide advice to organisations on what needs to be done at the organisational level to support your travelling workforce. Rex Leung will share some best practices for organisations and how International SOS can support you in managing infectious diseases and preparing your people to mitigate risks during their trips.
We would like to invite you to conduct a small survey at registration to understand where your organisation stands when mitigating infectious disease risk. The survey result will be shared anonymously in the live webinar.
• Recent outbreaks of infectious diseases to keep your travellers informed
• Actions to take to prevent and mitigate the risks during travel
• How International SOS can help
• Live Q&A session