Explore what makes us unique through stories of our employees below.
Vivienne is a Training Manager and Senior Medical Officer at International SOS in Papua New Guinea. She is also a volunteer lecturer at Public Health Division, University of Papua New Guinea.
SUPPORTING EMPLOYEE HEALTH, WELLNESS & PHYSICAL WELLBEING
A healthier employee equals a healthier bottom line. With the rapid increase in chronic health conditions, I want to be part of a generation that raises the awareness that by simply modifying your lifestyle, many of these conditions can be prevented.
SUPPORT FOR PARENTS AT WORK
The journey to parenthood is one of the most significant transitions in life and can be both exciting and stressful at the same time. Today we speak with Carol, Beate and Eli to find out how they are helping their employees to fulfil their roles both at work and at home.
empower to succeed at work
To celebrate the International Women’s Day this year, our Singapore Home Office hosted two Lunch Talk sessions to discuss what it takes for women to succeed in a workplace.
For us the most important thing to remember is that the client’s reason for calling is their utmost priority at that moment in their lives. Having a good listening ear and responding sensitively has a big impact on the way they feel during and after a call.
Out in the field with a large party of school children, you never quite know what’s behind you or what’s coming. I’m from the UK originally, where we can call ‘999’ if we need assistance but out here we call International SOS.
Gediminas Bagdonas (Ged) is a member of the MedSupply team based in Singapore. Ged is an active member of many social groups that aim to make positive impacts on the local community.
Dr Sanket Patel
A forest is a challenging environment and it is important people know how to stay healthy and safe, so as an additional service I provide first aid courses, snakebite awareness and heat stress prevention training, among other initiatives.
CHARITY BIKE RIDE FROM LONDON TO PARIS
In 2017, a team of 23 colleagues across different departments decided to attempt a ride from London to Paris over a weekend. The goal is simple: to test their stamina, to raise funds for three charities and to have lots of fun along the way.
School trips and expeditions are naturally risky because most are to developing countries. It was clear we required professional risk mitigation advice and a more sustainable system... these requirements led us to International SOS.