Going abroad on a work adventure
alone or with your family?
We assist you and your family during your expatriation
In our global world being expatriated or working abroad have become more and more common.
But questions, doubts and frustration may emerge, when readjusting and becoming familiar to local culture, language, and ways of doing everyday things.
At SOS International we believe thorough preparations are needed to ensure that employees can efficiently carry out their work abroad – and that the employee and employee’s family can feel safe and secure while doing so.
Duty of Care responsibilities
Assisting and supporting expatriated all over the world are part of how SOS International helps companies address their Duty of Care responsibilities.
When providing Duty of Care services, SOS International focuses on requirements for the whole family. This means that we customize our services to meet the entire family’s need.
This part of the website is for you who are posted abroad by a company or an organisation that has selected SOS International as their supplier of personal assistance and support during expatriation.
"Duty of Care is an organisation’s moral and legal responsibility to protect its employees against threats and risks when they act globally."
About SOS International
We support and help employees and families before and during their expatriation.
SOS International is one of the leading assistance organisations in the Nordic region.
From our alarm centres in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Finland, we provide acute personal assistance all over the world.
We are always on; 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. We are ready to help anytime and anywhere in the case of illness, injury, theft or in emergency situations.
We have dedicated personnel, Scandinavian language and cultural competencies and language skills at our alarm centre.
SOS International is ready to help 24/7
SOS International delivers acute personal assistance in emergency situations for you and your family.
In case of serious illness, accident or a need for quick evacuation, please contact the SOS International expatriation team:
Are you in need of reimbursement?
If you want to file a claim on your insurance, follow the link below to our online application form for expatriates and business travellers.
As a rule it is your employer’s expatriation insurance that will cover you and your family in case of loss in connection with unforeseen incidents.
It can be hospitalization, theft of personal belongings or luggage delay.
Usually, the expatriation insurance also covers your losses if you must travel home due to unexpected or serious illness in the immediate family.
In our capacity as assistance provider for your insurance company, such cases are the responsibility of SOS International.
At our Travel Security Portal you can get risk alerts and find medical facilities near you.
Access to global network
SOS International cooperates and partners up with a global network of security providers and medical assistance companies worldwide.