What would you do?: 2. Street Protest.
In the next part of our series of scenario-based aide-memoires from our Risk Advisory and Training team, we look at what to do if you encounter a street protest that takes place while working in the field.
What would you do?: 1. Road Traffic Accident in the field.
In the first in a new series of scenario-based aide-memoires from our Risk Advisory and Training team, we look at what to do if involved in a Road Traffic Accident that takes place while working in the field.
FREE RESOURCE: Cyclone Idai Response Toolkit
As humanitarian organisations prepare to respond to the current Cyclone Idai crisis, ILS have put together a short, context specific toolkit to support preparation and deployment of staff to an active disaster zone.
FREE RESOURCE: Higher Education and the Travel Risk Paradox
Based on our work within the higher education sector, we recognise the challenges facing universities today. We have developed '10 Easy Wins' for our HEI clients to build a pragmatic and supportive travel safety culture.
Responding to Sexual Assault
This information sheet, produced by our partner InterHealth, contains information & guidance on medical & psychological support for those who have been sexually assaulted. It is intended for those who have responsibility for staff such as HR, security managers & field managers.
Managing Stress in Humanitarian Aid Workers
Guidelines for Good Practice: Managing Stress in Humanitarian Workers produced by the Antares Foundation (https://www.antaresfoundation.org). Also available in Arabic, French, Spanish and Albanian from their website.
Is your organisation ready to deal with the reality of a member of the team being taken hostage? We have developed this free one page checklist of actions to take so that your organisation is prepared to respond should the worst happen.
Travelling with Medication
Do you know if the medicines you need are legal in the country you are travelling to, do they require any special storage requirements, how large a supply can you get from your Doctor in your home country and are your medicines available in the country you are visiting?
This guidance sheet produced by our partner InterHealth, gives information on what to do if you need to take medicines with you when you travel internationally.