UNIVERSITIES DUTY OF CARE - LEGAL HEALTH, SAFETY AND SECURITY RESPONSIBILITIES TOWARDS THEIR TRAVELLING STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF | 2018
A critical analysis of the state-of-the-art and the relevant practice.
MANAGING MEDICAL & SECURITY RISKS IN THE EDUCATION SECTOR - A FRAMEWORK | 2017
The International SOS Foundation launched a new paper on ‘Managing Medical and Security Risks in the Education Sector’. The paper provides medical & security guidelines to mitigate against risks for educational institutions, academic personnel and trip organisers in Asia.
SECURITY & REALITY - THE NEW NORMAL FOR BUSINESS | 2017
A comprehensive Ipsos MORI survey of over 1,000 business decision-makers, responsible for their organisation’s travel risk mitigation in 75 countries, representing in excess of 500,000 mobile workers globally. The research takes a deep dive into the new realities for organisations and how they are adapting to them.
2016 BUSINESS TRAVELLER TRENDS STUDY - AUSTRALASIA
The study asked respondents about international travel preparation, destinations, medical and personal safety issues experienced abroad in 2015 as well as the expected impact of risks in 2016.
PREVENT - RETURN ON PREVENTION | 2015
Benefit-cost analysis of prevention measures for mobile workers and international assignees. Paper developed in collaboration with the International SOS Foundation.
WORK HEALTH & SAFETY AUSTRALIA | 2015
This briefing paper will focus on the Model WHS Laws as they apply to employers operating under the laws of the Australian States and Territories.
WORK HEALTH & SAFETY NEW ZEALAND | 2015
Substantial reform in the health and safety space is currently underway in New Zealand, with the Health and Safety Reform Bill will be enacted from 4th April 2016.
DUTY OF CARE SCHOLASTIC SECTOR | 2014
An employer's Duty of Care is the obligation of organisations to assume responsibility for protecting their employees from 'foreseeable' risks and threats when working around the world.
MENTAL HEALTH AND STUDY ABROAD | 2013
Dr. Quigley, Professor of Surgery and Regional Medical Director, Americas Region for International SOS has identified two trends that deserve the immediate attention of college/university officials, students, and parents.
1. The growing number of students with self-reported mental health issues and increasing use of psychotropic medications.
2. The increasing number of students enrolling in study abroad programs.