The Duty of Care Awards help identify and promote best practices in maintaining the health, wellbeing, security and safety of people worldwide. Our 2017 Duty of Care winners can be found here.
The International SOS Foundation will be releasing case studies of our 2017 Duty of Care Award winners in the Autumn of 2017.
2016 WINNER Case Studies
2016 Communication Category Winner
SAP used pragmatic methods to communicate with its workforce on the availability of travel safety and security resources.
2016 Innovation Category Winner
Thomson Reuters developed a web-based Intelligence Management System to improve its ability to process information and make risk-based decisions.
2016 Partnership Category Winner
Alcoa helped prevent the spread of Ebola in Guinea by working with its employees, community leaders, NGOs, academic institutions and key public health agencies
2016 Thought Leadership Category Winner
OCBC bank adopted a holistic, enterprise-wide approach to strengthening its risk culture, operational resiliency and mitigate health and security threats to employees.
Resilient Care Category Winner
Dow developed an extensive range of services to ensure the health and wellness of 1,500 staff and their families relocating to Saudi Arabia.