Shweta Gupta, MD, our Senior Medical Adviser, discusses air pollution in Delhi and the measures taken to combat it.
Travelling from Monaco to Afghanistan, Dr Rodrigo Rodriguez-Fernandez discusses one global epidemic that threatens these two very different locations.
Dr Dave Knight has worked and consulted in tropical countries for almost 20 years - here, he discusses how we help our clients prevent malaria.
International SOS partnered with Relate six years ago. Here, Relate CEO, Neil Robinson discusses how his charity makes a difference and changes lives.
Air pollution is a topic being discussed almost daily in the news, and is included in many health and environment forums.
A new study uncovers the physical, emotional and psychological effects business travel has on your mobile workforce.
International SOS routinely conducts country trips to gather information, assess the local security environment and vet logistics and security providers on the ground for our members and clients around the world. In September Brianna Petzak visited Montego Bay and Kingston, Jamaica.
Security Specialist, Alessandro Almerigogna, recently came back from travelling in Israel and the Palestinian Territories. Here, he shares his account on how we carry out country visits in order to support clients and their people.
While crossing the border from one Eastern African country to another, Security Manager - Liliana Martinez, was pulled over for what appeared to be a routine stop.
Early on 14 September, the Abqaiq and Khurais oil facilities in Saudi Arabia were targeted by drones, causing the production of 5.7 million barrels a day to be suspended, the biggest ever disruption to oil production.
Michael Rogers, a Security Manager based in Philadelphia returned from the Bahamas. He was part of a team that facilitated an evacuation of a large number of employees from the path of Hurricane Dorian.
In today's hyper-connected world, when your people travel, what risks are they exposed to? Security Specialist, Louise Hogan, discusses Cyber Security and what your travellers can do to best protect themselves and their devices.
Cyclone Idai made landfall in Beira, Mozambique on 15 March, and swept through to Malawi and Zimbabwe. Security manager, Holly McGurk, gives her account of how we supported clients.
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.
Coordinating Security Manager, Liliana Martinez, shares how we supported our clients and their people.
Security Director, Rob Condina, advises on what to consider when in crowded places this holiday season.
Jamal Said Bakarsyum, a Security Manager from Singapore, recently came back from a trip to Palu, Indonesia, following the earthquake and tsunami in September.
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.
The ubiquity of the cloud, WiFi and cheaper roaming charges enable travellers to always be connected – but also creates new targets for cyber criminals. Learn how to stay protected.