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Video How to protect your aid workers and volunteers on assignment
Ever wondered how other organisations manage the health and safety of their staff and volunteers on deployment? Hear what Australian Red Cross, Save the Children and Muslim Aid Australia do to protect their people and projects around the world...
TRAVEL RISK OUTLOOK 2017 | Webinar resources now available!
2016 brought a series of tumultuous political events, medical incidents and natural disasters.
People who travel and work internationally face an evolving world of health and travel security risks. Since 2015, terrorist attacks, civil unrest, and the Zika virus have dominated media headlines.
In our Annual Risk Outlook webinar, International SOS and Control Risks ave reviewed the key global issues and emerging trends with a spotlight on the Asia Pacific region.
- How have the new realities affected mobile workers?
- How have organisations modified their behaviour?
- How are organisations adapting to help their people reduce their exposure to risk?
Protect. Deliver. Succeed. Partnering to protect your people and programs
International SOS supports NGOs to protect the health and safety of staff and volunteers who are overseas, whether it’s for business, emergency response or delivering long term projects.
The world of humanitarian and development aid is changing. Field staff and volunteers are no longer protected by reputation alone. From terrorism and targeted violence to the rise of untreatable diseases, aid workers face increased risks every time they are deployed on assignment. International SOS supports your travelling employees when abroad and helps you meet your Duty of Care responsibilities.