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International SOS regularly holds Webinars on specific Health and Security topics. Browse our library to watch the ones you have missed.

risk outlook | 2021

Now in its fifth year of research, find out what our health and security predictions are for the risks likely to affect businesses in the aftermath of this unprecedented year, with a spotlight on Asia Pacific region.

Our regional experts will provide a spotlight on what these will mean in Asia Pacific - sharing the must-know information on key issues and emerging trends.


prevention, risk management and cost mitigation

Chubb and International SOS collaborated to produce another study on joint clients over a four-year period to explore how clients benefited from our joint solutions.

Listen to the webinar recording for a full analysis on the data findings and what it means for the travel industry.



 

HEALTH SECURITY MANAGEMENT | PLANNING FOR AND RESPONDING TO DISEASE OUTBREAK

"A disease threat anywhere is a disease threat everywhere."

In this webinar, our experts discussed:

  • The importance of health security planning and a basic framework
  • Notifiable disease reporting within Australia and publicly available resources
  • How public health services interact with corporate organisations to mitigate or respond to outbreaks in the workplace
  • Incorporating pandemic and health incident planning into your business policies
  • New epidemics and re-emerging diseases in new patterns




BLEISURE TRAVEL | WHEN BUSINESS BLENDS INTO A LEISURE TRIP, WHO’S RESPONSIBLE FOR THE BLEISURE TRAVEL?

We recently surveyed over 100 of Australia and New Zealand’s leading organisations regarding bleisure trends and travel policies.

Here are a few key takeaways:

  • One in four organisations have not considered bleisure in their travel policy
  • Of the six in 10 organisations that allow bleisure, only two look into the risk rating of the leisure destination before approving
  • One in four bleisure trips include an aspect of adventure or exploration
  • Senior executives and managers are most likely to add leisure travel to a business trip

Despite the overwhelming majority (91%) of people believing the responsibility for the leisure portion of business travel falls to the traveller, organisations need to understand the potential risks they face regarding bleisure travel.




NEW SERVICE - emotional support for your mobile workforce

Life as a mobile worker can bring unforeseen stress and strain. Dealing with the complexity of business travel or life abroad can impact your mobile workforce’s health and well-being. 
Introducing the world’s first emotional support service for a mobile workforce.



 

TRACKER INCIDENT SUPPORT | A FAST, RELIABLE RESPONSE

Do you have a protocol for contacting employees during a crisis?

  • 45% of survey participants were not confident that their organisation could locate their mobile workforce when requested or in an incident
  • 49% of survey participants need 3 or more sources to locate their mobile workforce (i.e. tracking tool, Excel, employee database, TMC)


diversity in your mobility programs - a focus on lgbt travel | 2017

Are your policies protecting your organisation and staff?


  • 85% of organisations have a travel (risk) policy
  • Only 19% of those with a policy, have diversity related issues covered



women in travel

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Women travelling for work have to contend with sometimes significant variations in their exposure to risk abroad that need addressing by companies as part of their duty of care. 


In this 25-minute webinar, our expert will guide you through: 

  • Specific risks and threats women may come across while in travel 
  • Practical tips and advice to keep safe 
  • Case studies and statistics to support the above

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zika, corporate travel and the next big threat

On April 4, International SOS and the CDC discussed Zika, corporate travel and the next big threat. 

In this on-demand webinar we discuss

  • Corporate planning and management of Zika
  • Business travel management when advisories are in effect
  • Best practices in monitoring and managing global health threats
  • CDC travel notices and recommendations
  • Recent WHO Zika country categorization and implications
  • What's on our experts' radar

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WHAT DO UNIVERSITIES NEED TO DO WHEN TRAVELLERS ARE AFFECTED BY A CRISIS?

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  • Key lessons learnt following the recent terrorist attacks

  • An understanding of how to assess your travel risk exposure & how to quickly react in a crisis

  • How to mobilise technology in a crisis: Traveller tracking and communication best practices

  • Understanding the benefits of an integrated online, on-call and on-site solution

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from pandemic flu to ebola and zika

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Why global health security is a business priority

  • The most recent information concerning the Zika outbreak and other emerging global health threats that should be on your radar;
  • Best practices to tactically and effectively respond to health challenges;
  • How the NEW Enterprise Health Security Center platform can help save precious response time and help protect your assets and employees;
  • The crucial role of a Corporate Medical Director in a crisis and how this role is integrated into the Enterprise platform.

does your gender determine your risk? |2015

Watch this webinar to hear some of the common mistakes, made by both genders, that International SOS sees on a daily basis.


return on prevention | 2015

Discover the true return on investment of prevention programs in your company.

Watch this webinar to hear “Return on Prevention” author Marc de Greef discuss this ground-breaking research and how to demonstrate a return on prevention for your company.