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INVESTING IN EMPLOYEE HEALTH TO OFFSET RISK

3 January 2022

Energy Voice: After consulting with nearly 1,000 risk professionals across 75 countries worldwide and drawing upon insights from the Workforce Resilience Council and International SOS, the results are in. Read about the top risks to the emotional and physical health of your workforce here.
TAKING THE RIGHT STEPS TO ENSURE A HEALTHY WORKFORCE

6 December 2021

Energy Voice: Musculoskeletal disorders are one of the most common work-related health issues across all industries. They are associated with stress to the body caused by the way certain work activities are performed and affect muscles, nerves, tendons, joints and spinal discs. It includes lower back pain, tendinitis and carpal tunnel syndrome.  Read more.
LET'S TALK ABOUT STRESS

1 November 2021

Energy Voice: International Stress Awareness Week shines a spotlight on how stress is a key factor in mental health, affecting people in a variety of physiological ways. Carolyn Taylor, Head of Mental Health, Resilience and Wellbeing at International SOS, shares some insights on how to cope with stress, improve our resilience and build upon our wellbeing. Read more.
PROVIDING A SPECIALIST HOLISTIC HEALTH SERVICE

4 October 2021

Energy Voice: Crisis management is a crucial aspect in maintaining operational. A new study by the Business Continuity Institute (BCI), sponsored by International SOS, emphasises the importance of collaboration and staff wellbeing when responding to a crisis. Read more.


PROVIDING A SPECIALIST HOLISTIC HEALTH SERVICE

6 September 2021

Energy Voice: In a recent survey by International SOS, 88% of global health professionals predict that the health requirements of their organisation will increase in complexity. Mental health support, infectious disease control and regulatory compliance are believed to be the biggest drivers of this, with 74% of all respondents believing that their organisation’s investment in health will increase over the next 10 years. Read more.
CRISIS MANAGEMENT


Gaps in organisations’ crisis management plans, exposed by the Covid-19 pandemic, are weakening resilience and putting assets and employees at risk, according to International SOS’ crisis management gap analysis study. Read more.