International SOS Travel Risk Map 2019

Designed to help companies better understand the security and medical risks in the markets where they operate and identify needs to put practices in place to ensure business continuity.

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When is it safe to return after a natural disaster

With the recent devastation of natural disasters around the world, organisations are challenged more than ever to keep local business operations stable, while ensuring the safety and wellbeing of their people. 

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Responding to natural disasters

Natural disasters are occurring more frequently and each time the aid community responds in strength. 

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Managing medical risks in remote areas

Facing medical risks with a highly detailed emergency plan will influence the outcome of the incident.

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Keeping safe in high security risk locations

How to prepare before travelling to high risks locations. 

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Does your gender determine your risk?

Highlights key differences between risks faced by men and women.

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Policy paper written by SMI addressing the legal liability of international humanitarian aid organisations towards their staff.

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Things to consider before you develop an emergency response plan.

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A free travel risk management self-assessment tool based on the Duty of Care “Plan-Do-Check” approach.

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Visit our dedicated website covering the latest news, travel advice, education materials and facts about the Ebola outbreak.