Spotlight on Brazil: Navigating the Barriers
TREVOSE, Pa., May 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ –
WHAT: Brazil has taken the world stage as a top location for organizations seeking to expand their operations. With fast- growing mining and energy industries, Brazil presents attractive opportunities for multi-national companies. And upcoming soccer and other sporting events position this South American nation squarely in the global spotlight. But what are the health and security concerns when it comes to doing business in Brazil? What are the challenges organizations face in sending travelers and expatriates to work and live in the country? What are best practices to ensure the employer's Duty of Care is met? This webinar - the third in a four-part series addressing the BRIC countries - will answer these questions and more. On- the-ground experts will give the basics of protecting the health, safety and well-being of your employees when it comes to doing business in Brazil. WHO: International SOS, the world's leading provider of integrated medical, international healthcare and security assistance services. Expert Speakers: Myles Druckman, M.D., Vice President, Medical Services, Americas, International SOS Nicolau Chamma, M.D., Occupational Health Medical Director, Americas, International SOS Carola Mittrany, Regional Information Analyst, International SOS and Control Risks Moderator: Alex Puig, Regional Security Director, International SOS and Control Risks WHEN: When: Thursday, May 31, 2012 Time: 1 - 2 p.m. Eastern HOW: Register here If you are unable to attend, use the link below to request a recording, to be emailed no later than three business days after the webinar: Request recording
About International SOS
International SOS (www.internationalsos.com) is the world’s leading medical & security services company operating from over 700 sites in 76 countries with 10,000 employees, led by 1,100 physicians and 200 security specialists. Our global services include medical and risk planning, preventative programs, in-country expertise and emergency response for travelers, expatriates and their dependents of over 70 percent of the Fortune 500 companies.
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