INTERNATIONAL SOS FOUNDATION
The International SOS Foundation is dedicated to improving the health, safety and security of workers around the world through research, thought leadership, training and events. Started in 2011, it is an independent not-for-profit organisation.
APAC | ISO 31030: Building a Travel Risk Management Programme in an Evolving Risk Landscape
EUROPE/AMERICAS | Duty of Care: Safety, Health and Security for the Mobile Worker
EUROPE/AMERICAS | ISO 31030: Building a Travel Risk Management Programme in an Evolving Risk Landscape
Managing Duty of Care for Employee Wellbeing Within a Hybrid WorkforcePublication
The International SOS Foundation commissioned Affinity Health at Work to undertake a global research on managing Duty of Care for wellbeing within a hybrid workforce. Affinity Health at Work is a specialist consultancy and research group contracted by the WHO Steering Group to perform the supporting evidence work for WHO guidelines on mental health at work, recently published in September 2022.WorkforceWorkplaceWellbeingDuty of Care
Chief Health Officer 2030Publication
Featuring research from employer health professionals and experts around the world, the paper captures current thinking surrounding the response to COVID-19 and how best to prepare for the long journey towards healthier employees and communities.Duty of CareWorkforceHealthWellbeingWorkplace
Mental Health and the Remote Rotational Worker SymposiumPublication
Focusing specifically on Mental Health & the Remote Rotational Worker, it brings together global findings from stakeholder interviews, a survey of remote rotational workers and an extensive literature review.Duty of CareMental HealthWellbeing
Campus Health GuidelinesPublication
It is important for campuses to build a Mental Health Resilience Program as another ‘brake pad’. Such a holistic system can help staff and students manage acute and prolonged crises and build resilience rather than just managing the short-term effects of mental issues. This is also critical for students and staff to withstand the next crisis.Duty of CareHealthWellbeingWorkplace
Duty of Care Summit and Awards
The Duty of Care Summit brings together global, industry-leading experts for discussion, debate, practical case studies and invaluable networking on the world's most pertinent challenges in protecting a global workforce and mitigating risks.
As a pioneer in Duty of Care, the Awards honour organisations that fulfil their Duty of Care responsibilities by enhancing work conditions globally, improve people’s welfare and ultimately, help save lives. The winners of the Duty of Care Awards will also be announced live during the event.
More about our award winners
How to Make the Most of the Latest Innovations in Delivering Duty of Care | Dell Technologies
Dell Technologies, winner of the 2023 Duty of Care Award for Innovation, used the latest tools and technologies to deliver Duty of Care to its workforce.Duty of CareHealthSafetyRiskIntelligence
Quick and Effective Critical Support for Employees during COVID-19 | Oracle Entities in India
Oracle in India Entities, winner of the 2023 Duty of Care Award for COVID-19 Agility and Response, provides critical support and health services for employees during the pandemic.Duty of CareHealthInfectious DiseaseResilience
Raising Awareness for Malaria through Effective Communication | Sinoma International Engineering
Sinoma International Engineering, winner of the 2023 Duty of Care Award for Communications, developed an awareness programme to safeguard employees against malaria.Duty of CareHealthInfectious DiseaseResilience