Latest news from SOS International

Avoid exercise injuries after the corona break

To avoid injuries, you must start up carefully when picking up exercising after a longer break. Here is the physiotherapist’s good advice.

SOS International obtains ISO-extension

SOS International is one of few companies with a combination of the ISO certifications: ISO/IEC 27001 (Information Security), ISO 9001 (Quality Management) and ISO14001 (Environmental Management). Now, SOS International also holds the extension ISO/IEC 27701 in Privacy Information Management.

COVID-19: Air travel may affect those previously infected

The lung function of persons who have been sick due to COVID-19 may be reduced and this may cause complications during air travel. A medical preassessment clarifies insurance cover in the event of health problems.

“When we see a need, we make a move”

SOS International now offers antibody testing for COVID-19 to both companies and individuals in Denmark.

Avoid stress during your holiday: This is how to gradually scale back

Take the psychologist’s advice on how to scale back from 100 to zero kilometres an hour.

Video meetings replace visits during audits of the roadside assistance network

SOS International's ISO-certified management systems for quality, information security and environment require regular audits of our providers of roadside assistance. However, the corona situation requires new, innovative solutions as physical visits cannot be carried out which is why, amongst others, audits will be performed digitally.

COVID-19: Updates

Since late December there have been an increasing number of cases of viral pneumonia caused by infection with the new coronavirus. The situation is constantly developing and the SOS International alarm centre has registered about 12.000 cases related to COVID-19 at this point in time.

Corona delays the repatriation of the deceased

Grounded airplanes and stringent health restrictions have led to an unintended consequence of the corona crisis: The repatriation of Nordic citizens who died during travel abroad has become complicated.

Special risk management for accidents involving electric cars

The market for electric and hybrid cars is growing as more and more people wish to contribute to reducing carbon dioxide emissions. What many do not know is that a collision with an electric car poses entirely new risks. SOS International will now train all towing workers in its Swedish roadside assistance network on how to safely handle electric cars.

SOS International delivers quality work

SOS International delivers quality work throughout the organisation. This has once again been proven as we have tested our daily business conduct in this year’s ISO audit.

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