Remote Medical International Wins International Stability Operations Association’s Vanguard Award
Remote Medical International (RMI), a global leader in workplace health and safety services for Fortune 100 corporations and government services prime contractors, announced June 24 it received the Vanguard Award for medium companies from the International Stability Operations Association (ISOA).
Remote Medical International provides health care services in diverse jobsites, from remote pipeline installations to offshore wind and maritime operations.
The Vanguard Award recognizes businesses that go above and beyond in the government contracting community and exemplify the association’s ideals, including accountability, transparency and ethics.
“ISOA member companies are committed to long-term stability and growth in the world’s most unstable places,” said Howie Lind, president and executive director of the International Stability Operations Association. “Their efforts involve long hours, difficult decisions, and high risk. RMI has repeatedly demonstrated excellence in their work and dedication to the ideals of ISOA. We are proud to honor them with this award.”
The award recognized RMI for providing health and safety support to companies operating in remote locations worldwide. RMI won the Vanguard Award for small companies in 2019. It is the fourth ISOA award RMI has received.
“Our teams work globally to ensure the health and safety of the world’s most essential workers in the planet’s most challenging and dangerous environments,” said RMI CEO Wayne Wager. “This award reflects our teams’ skill, knowledge, ability, and the dedication to making the world a safer place. We are happy to accept it on their behalf.”
The ISOA is the only worldwide association representing the stability sector exclusively and effectively. The nonprofit association serves as the primary point of strategic engagement for the government and private sector in support of global stability operations. Its partnerships, educational and networking events, and advocacy efforts help strengthen its members’ important work — providing critical services in fragile environments in an accountable, transparent and ethical way.awards, Remote Medical International
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