RESEARCH & INSIGHT
Our experts' analysis on schools and organisations travel issues and trends.
WORK HEALTH & SAFETY BRIEFING PAPER AUSTRALIA
Model WHS Laws, this briefing paper considers the application of those laws and how they apply to entities which have workers living or travelling overseas for work.
DUTY OF CARE SCHOLASTIC SECTOR
An employer's Duty of Care is the obligation of organisations to assume responsibility for protecting their employees from 'foreseeable' risks and threats when working around the world.
Field trip whitepaper
This paper provides a framework and guidelines to mitigate and manage health and travel security risks related to local and international field trips organised by all educational institutions (international, private, independent schools, universities and event organisers).
MANAGING MEDICAL & TRAVEL SECURITY RISKS IN THE EDUCATION SECTOR - A FRAMEWORK
The International SOS Foundation launched a new paper on ‘Managing Medical and Security Risks in the Education Sector’. The paper provides medical & travel security guidelines to mitigate against risks for educational institutions, academic personnel and trip organisers in Asia.
MENTAL HEALTH AND STUDY ABROAD: HARNESSING KNOWLEDGE TO KEEP STUDENTS SAFE
Learn what study abroad managers can do to safeguard the emotional health of their students when they are away from home.
Dr. Howard Heller, Associate Medical Director of the Medical Department, MIT
Dru Simmons, International Risk Manager, The Ohio State University
Robert L. Quigley, MD, D.Phil, Senior Vice President and Regional Medical Director, International SOS
campus health guidelines
This booklet aims to provide school administrators and medical staff with basic guidelines on healthcare for students and staff. It is intended as a management guide to support schools in developing the appropriate policies that meet their needs. Hence,
it may not cover all the details of school healthcare requirements.