International SOS brings Topside to Aberdeen
Leading medical and travel security risk services company International SOS has chosen Aberdeen as the new location for its Topside service to help safeguard the wellbeing of offshore workers in the North Sea.
International SOS takes OGUK medicals offshore
Dr Michael Braida, Regional Medical Director, International SOS
As the drive to reduce operating costs in the North Sea continues, it is important to focus on what matters most: protecting the health and safety of those who work in one of the harshest offshore environments in the world.
Travel insurance is not enough when you send employees abroad
Norwegian employers need to be proactive and conduct proper risk assessments before sending employees abroad if they are serious about Duty of Care, says new white paper from law firm Kluge and the International SOS Foundation. However, a recent study indicates that only 1 in 3 organisations proactively educate their travellers before they go abroad.
International SOS doctors shortlisted for Offshore Safety Awards
Two doctors from worldwide medical and security services company International SOS have been nominated for Offshore Safety Awards in recognition of their new processes for offshore and onshore Oil & Gas UK (OGUK) medicals.
Preparedness Key to Mitigating Malaria Risks
Correlation between calls for information about malaria and reduction in malaria cases, says International SOS.
- International SOS brings Topside to Aberdeen
- International SOS takes OGUK medicals offshore
- International SOS doctors shortlisted for Offshore Safety Awards
- Travel insurance is not enough when you send employees abroad
- Preparedness Key to Mitigating Malaria Risks
- First-of-its-kind Travel Risk Map Launched by International SOS and Control Risks
- Aberdeen: Keeping your global workforce healthy, safe and secure seminar
- INTERNATIONAL SOS FIRST COMPANY IN WORLD TO BE CERTIFIED IN DELIVERY OF TELEHEALTH SERVICES
- International SOS advises North-east oil companies expanding their presence in malaria-risk regions
- Health Risk Map 2015: Signs of improving private healthcare in Africa