International SOS to Host Webinar on Duty of Care in Action: How NGOs Can Manage the Loss of an Employee

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Experts Will Discuss How to Prepare For and Manage the Loss of an Employee

WHO:     International SOS, the world’s leading provider of integrated medical, international healthcare and security assistance services, and InsideNGO, an association for
international development and relief organizations that focuses on operational capacity building.

Keynote Speakers:

  •     Patrick Deroose

Group General Manager, Corporate Assistance Division, International SOS

  •     Dan Bryant

Safety Officer, PATH


  •     Marie McNamee

Director of Programs, HR and Legal, InsideNGO
WHAT:    International SOS, the world’s leading international healthcare, medical and security assistance, and concierge services company, will examine the little-discussed subject of repatriating mortal remains. The complimentary Webinar will discuss common challenges, key considerations and best practices, including working with families, and fellow employees or volunteers.

Following the discussion, webinar attendees are invited to participate in a Q&A session with the keynote speakers listed above.

WHEN:    Tuesday, July 19, 2011
1 to 2 p.m. EST

HOW:    Click to register for the free webinar on managing the loss of an employee.

    If you are unable to attend, click to request a recording of Duty of Care in Action: How NGOs Can Manage the Loss of an Employee, to be emailed no later than three business days after the webinar.

WHO:     Directors of medical, health or safety programs for volunteers, employees, board members and others, especially in the areas of: human resources, security, medical, risk and safety, legal, travel, and others may benefit from this webinar.

About International SOS
International SOS ( is the world’s leading international healthcare, medical assistance, and security services company. Operating in over 70 countries, International SOS provides integrated medical, clinical, and security solutions to organizations with international operations. Services include planning and preventative programs, in-country expertise, and emergency response. A global team of 7,000 employees led by 970 full-time physicians and 200 security specialists provides health and security support to enable its members to operate wherever they work or travel. Members include 69 percent of the Fortune Global 500 companies.


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