HELPING YOU MAKE
Explore the latest publications and case studies from International SOS and stay informed of the latest changes and trends in Travel Risk Management.
RESEARCH & INSIGHT
STUDENT TRAVEL AND STUDY ABROAD: MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES AND AWARENESS | 2018
We collaborated on this thought leadership piece with one of our partners, Chubb, to increase awareness of the rising tide of mental health issues for students, and the fact that such symptoms and conditions may worsen when studying abroad.
INTRODUCING THE WORLD'S FIRST EMOTIONAL SUPPORT FOR A MOBILE WORKFORCE | 2017
Expert analysis of the results from our study on protecting the emotional well-being of business travellers.
MAXIMISING THE VALUE OF OH&S AND WORKPLACE WELLNESS REPORTING FOR A GLOBAL WORKFORCE - A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR INTERNATIONALLY OPERATING EMPLOYERS| 2017
This paper seeks to provide Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S), sustainability and corporate reporting professionals with practical guidance on improving OH&S reporting and practice. It was informed by interviews with leading multinational organisations, alongside engagement with leaders in the field and analysis of publicly available information.
BUSINESS RESILIENCE TRENDS WATCH | 2019
The Ipsos MORI Global Business Resilience Trends Watch 2019 survey reveals that the perception of risk remains high and while organisations are implementing prevention and mitigation measures, there is still room for improvement.
SHARE ECONOMY FOR BUSINESS TRAVEL | 2016
“Share Economy for Business Travel” includes interviews with travel, legal and security experts about the implications of services like Uber and Airbnb as suitable options in an organisation’s travel policy. Both Airbnb and Uber have launched dedicated business travel solutions.
THE WOMEN IN BUSINESS TRAVEL REPORT | 2016
Medical and travel security specialist International SOS is collaborating with Maiden Voyage to offer specialist advice to female business travellers around the world.
MANAGING THE SAFETY, HEALTH AND SECURITY OF MOBILE WORKERS: AN OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE | 2016
The guide outlines the aspects of safety, health and security for which organisations should take responsibility when they have workers travelling for work or on international assignments.
Including a risk analysis by traveller gender, age, sexuality and disability.
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 travel risks in 2016.
SAFETY WITHOUT BORDERS - KEEPING YOUR STAFF HEALTHY AND SAFE ABROAD
Guide published by IOSH covering the health, safety and welfare issues staff may face when posted or on business trips abroad.
INTERNATIONAL SOS FOUNDATION - HEALTH, SECURITY AND SAFETY | 2016
Benefit-cost analysis of prevention measures for business travellers and international assignees. Paper developed in collaboration with the International SOS Foundation.
PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACTS OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TRAVEL
New whitepaper on the psychological impacts of business travel, 'Keeping Business Travellers Happy, Healthy & Engaged, at Home and Away'. The paper includes a ground breaking study of how business travel impacts travelling executives, carried out by an independent team of Occupational Psychologists at Kingston Business School (part of Kingston University, UK) and Affinity Health at Work, commissioned by International SOS Foundation.
HSE 2030 - WHAT WILL OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY LOOK LIKE IN 2030
In its latest white paper, the International SOS Foundation uncovers the most significant occupational health and safety changes the HSE community need to prepare for, and what their legacy impact will be by 2030. This view is what we're calling 'HSE 2030'.
DIVERSITY: LGBT TRAVEL SAFETY
Are you policies protecting your organisation and staff?
International SOS and leading global law firm Herbert Smith Freehills, have partnered to develop resources to help you understand the legal implications of not having the right travel risk policy in place.