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International SOS (Medical Services) UK Limited, our Occupational Health and Offshore Medical Services division, headquartered in Scotland, is now part of TAC Healthcare Ltd

For the latest information on our occupational health and offshore medical services, please visit the TAC Healthcare website:
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International SOS is the occupational health and remote medical services specialist with a proven track record in providing market-leading health solutions

Our priority is the health, safety and wellbeing of your workforce. We have a comprehensive understanding of the medical and mental health issues faced by organisations in today's volatile environment. And we are here to help you build a healthy and resilient workforce, whether they are based in the office or a remote or rural location.

Led from our Centre of Excellence in Aberdeen and supported by the International SOS global network of experts, our suite of digitally enabled services spans the full health cycle from work environment and medical advisory to occupational health, mental health and wellbeing, medical staffing, equipment and supplies.
Our team is here to make sure your people stay healthy and safe - we make it our mission to improve the health and safety of your operations. We have designed our medical and occupational health solutions to ensure compliance, increase workforce wellbeing, and reduce operational risk and absenteeism.

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We deliver consistent, high-quality, remote medical assistance that meets rigorous health and security requirements.

With more than 30 years’ experience in delivering medical assistance to our clients, we are the first company globally to receive ISO certification for TeleHealth services.

How workplaces can play a role in normalising menopause
It is estimated that approximately 13 million women in the UK are perimenopausal or postmenopausal – 19% of the UK population.  And according to the Faculty of Occupational Medicine approximately 80% of menopausal women are working.  Menopausal women are now the fastest growing workforce demographic and are a valuable asset, playing a huge societal role economically.  
Join Dr Mary Thompson, Medical Officer, and Carolyn Taylor, Head of Mental Health, Resilience and Wellbeing, as they look at how menopause can affect people and how workplaces can support.  View the webinar recording here.
Managing duty of care for wellbeing for a hybrid workforce
Join Carolyn Taylor, Head of Mental Health, Resilience and Wellbeing, and Dr Stuart Scott, Medical Director, as they present some of the findings from the International SOS Foundation and Affinity Health at Work white paper looking at the issue of managing duty of care for wellbeing in a hybrid workforce.  This new research, the first of its kind, aims to explore the link between working patterns and wellbeing and perceptions of duty of care globally. View the webinar recording and access the white paper here.
How can your organisation support your workforce to make healthier lifestyle choices?
Cardiovascular disease has a huge impact on health and wellbeing at an individual level, and also on the productivity of the workforce as a whole.  Join Dr Grainne McGrath, Consultant Occupational Health Physician, as she discusses how your organisation can support your workforce to be aware of the risk factors, to make healthier lifestyle choices and to maintain a healthy heart.  View the webinar recording here.
Are your experienced travellers still experienced travellers?
How have you prepared your people for the current travel chaos and beyond?
Join Carolyn Taylor and Lenka Formankova as they share the trends we are seeing from our Assistance Centres and give practical tips for you to consider when sending people abroad in the current travel environment, with a spotlight on managing stress while travelling or while based abroad.
Join Carolyn Taylor as she looks at the issues surrounding impostor syndrome - what are the signs, and how can organisations help people to adjust their unhelpful thinking and become more confident in their abilities and in their role.  
Organisations should be aware of the tsunami of chronic disease they may be facing in the next 12 – 24 months – and the importance of working proactively to assist with prevention. 
Join Carolyn Taylor as she looks at the issue of anxiety - how the current pressures may be affecting people in the workplace, and the practical steps employers can take to support their workforce during these difficult times.  
with a spotlight on Long COVID and Mental Health
Join our panel - Dr Stuart Scott, Carolyn Taylor and Rita Dayoub - as they discuss the issues surrounding employee absence and how appropriate proactive absence management can benefit both the organisation and the employee.   
Based on our global business resilience trends survey, and with the local industry-specific focus of our panellists, Medical Director, Scotland, Dr Stuart Scott, Head of Mental Health, Resilience and Wellbeing, Carolyn Taylor, and Security Manager for the UK and Ireland, Harriet Brennan, present our predictions for the coming year and offer their expertise and advice.
We manage a wide variety of health issues for our clients, both onshore and offshore.  By reducing and preventing risks to health, we help clients meet their business objectives. Our access to unrivalled health data, providing meaningful insight into key trends, allows us to look in detail at the incidence of musculoskeletal issues.  This webinar gives us the opportunity to share with our clients some of the data gathered over the past three years.  
Sleep is essential to every process in the body, affecting our physical and mental functioning - and not just the next day.  A poor sleep can even affect us several days later, leaving us with a 'sleep hangover'.  Sleep is the most important improvement we can make for ourselves.  Sleep affects our memory, our concentration, our mood and our ability to fight disease.  Sleep helps us develop immunity and improve our metabolism.  Without proper sleep, we are increasing our risk of ill health.  
Dr Rodrigo Rodriguez-Fernandez, Global Medical Director for Non-Communicable Disease and Workplace Wellness at International SOS, explores the topic of Workforce Wellness - Designing for a healthier future, looking at how organisations' perception of health has changed over the pandemic, and at what organisations can do to reduce the risk factors for disease and improve mental wellbeing among their workforce.