Oil & Gas
(English) Published by the IPIECA. This quick reference guide supplements the IPIECA/OGP publication, A Guide to Health Impact Assessments. It provides a summary checklist of activities to consider when conducting health impact assessments in the oil and gas industry.
(English) Published by the IPIECA. This quick reference guide supplements the OGP/IPIECA publication, A Guide to Malaria Management Programmes. It provides a brief overview of activities and frequently asked questions related to malaria for the oil and gas industry.
(English) Published by the International SOS Foundation. Summary of employers' Duty of Care to their employees in the oil and gas industry.
(English) Published by University of Nottingham. The study proposes that, for international assignees working in isolated work environments, resilience and self-efficacy as personal resources influence a number of desirable outcomes, and suggests that sources of support affect these resources.
(English) This booklet provides simple travel health guidance notes that can either be used and distributed to employees ‘as is’, or adapted for use as part of an in-house health management programme.
(English) Published by the IPIECA. This report outlines an overarching risk-based management strategy that identifies both potential issues and related risks, and actions for prevention and intervention.
(English) Published by the IPIECA. The purpose of this document is to assist companies working within this sector to achieve and maintain high standards of health management for all people associated with field operations.
(English) Published by the IPIECA. This document provides a set of resources for oil and gas industry professionals tasked with formulating policy and implementing best practices across their organisations.
Medical & Occupational Health
(English) Published by the IOE. Presentation outlines the business case for investing in occupational health and safety.
(English) Published by ISSA. Summary of an investigation into the costs and benefits of investments into occupational safety and health programmes.
(English) Published by White & Case. As proactive multinational organisations respond to the international swine flu outbreak of Spring 2009, global pandemic plans have legal implications on the health and welfare of employees.
(English) Published by the International SOS Foundation and Sant'Anna. This document provides an overview of universities' legal Duty of Care responsibilities for their students, faculty and staff.
(English) Published by the International SOS Foundation. This document is for anyone who is involved in the Risk Assessment process and anyone who has some knowledge/experience of Risk Assessment for outdoor activities in the Education Sector.
(English) Published by Dr Lisbeth Claus. This article highlights the risks and Duty of Care obligations that face colleges and universities.
(English) Published by International SOS Foundation. Summary of Duty of Care obligations for secondary schools, universities and other institutions in the scholastic sector.
(English) Published by International SOS. This briefing explores the risks colleges and universities face as they work to meet their Duty of Care obligations.
(English) Published by the IOE. This document gives guidance on how to protect staff from the risks arising from work-related international travel.
(English) Published by OCHA. This study documents, across different types of security environments and risk patterns, a variety of practices humanitarian workers have used in their efforts to maintain an operational presence and continue their activities.