In 2009, it acquired the majority of Abermed, a UK-based remote health and care provider for the energy sector. In 2010, it developed a strategic alliance with RMSI, an international health and rescue service for rapid response, with activities in Iraq, Afghanistan, Sudan, Somalia and Pakistan. To protect your employees, we are at your disposal: www.internationalsos.com created in 1985, the International SOS Group is supported by 12,000 organizations, the majority of which are Fortune Global 500, multinational companies and medium-sized companies, governments, educational institutions and NGOs. 10,000 multicultural medicine, security and logistics specialists are available to provide support and support to more than 1,000 sites in 85 countries, 24/7, 365 days. The company provides services to leading multinationals, insurers, financial institutions and government organizations with more than 6,100 companies and 60 million members worldwide. It has more than 3,700 employees, a global network of 24/7 alert centres in 28 cities, 22 100% international clinics and a fleet of 10 dedicated air ambulances. Employees speak 77 languages and are spread over remote locations in more than 60 countries. More than a third of staff are specialized specialists such as doctors, nurses, paramedics, pharmacists and aeromedians. t — 65 6330 0148 m — 65 9767 0060 Michele.Tan@internationalsos.com 2018 sign a partnership agreement with Chatham House. Launched Medsea Marine Medical Assistance Services Chinese Companies are more attentive to overseas operations. International SOS will offer medical and management solutions for members of the association.
It will help Chinese companies reduce operational risks abroad and support them with their “Go Global” strategies from their bases in Singapore. Leaders of the Chinese Embassy in Singapore attended the signing ceremony under the joint testimony of a number of government officials, businesses and international SOS representatives. Qiu Zhikun, President of the Chinese Enterprise Association (Singapore), and Tan Mui Huat, President and CEO, Asia, International SOS, signed the partnership agreement. At the same time, the Chinese Enterprise Association (Singapore) recognized the International ES as a Travel Safety and Health Ambassador. Chinese companies have adopted Singapore as one of the citizens of internationalization. In the process of expanding their operations to Asia-Pacific and around the world, professional organizations must help them manage medical and travel safety. In response to the needs of Chinese companies growing abroad, International SOS has also developed integrated medical and security devices based on the 3A — Assess, Advice and Assist model. Risk prevention and control solutions help companies identify, prevent and respond effectively to risks and improve the sustainable development of business processes. Under the agreement, International SOS will provide members of the association with practical training on medical safety skills and exchange up-to-date information; Actively participate in the association and help it organize first aid training, health promotion conferences; Advice and assistance to association members in managing risks to medical safety and travel safety.
It will help Chinese organizations better meet Duty of Care‘s commitments and achieve sustainable business development. Qiu Zhikun, President of the Chinese Enterprise Association (Singapore), said: “Singapore is one of the preferred foreign investment destinations for Chinese companies and an important platform for Chinese companies to become global.