Dr Lo has built extensive working experience in Asia and Europe. He started his career as the Northern Asia Medical director of International SOS (1991) in Hong Kong and held senior appointments in Asia region including China & Mongolia.
He took a regional role as medical director for International SOS Singapore – Assistance services from 1998 to 2002 and moved to Shanghai supervising the regional company’s activities including Japan (2003). He then started to lead the Occupational Health Services (2007- ) with a focus on Health Risk Prevention Programs & Consultings across operational delivery platforms worldwide for the Intl.SOS group and became an International SOS Foundation Ambassador - Duty of Care (2012-)
His medical qualifications include specialization in Air and Space Medicine, Tropical Diseases, Public Health as well as Disaster Medicine, Emergency Crisis Management, Occupational Medicine (UK) and trained in Maritime Occupational Health Medicine (NIVA, Helsinki Finland). He was noticeably involved with SARS / Avian & “Swine” Flu Pandemic Preparedness Planning issues for major corporations in Asia.
Dr. Lo received his Diploma of Doctor of Medicine from the Louis Pasteur Medical University in Strasbourg, France, ACLS, ATLS certification in Singapore. He is a qualified Occupational Health and Safety Management System Auditor (SEQM/IRCA), member of the French Medical “Conseil de l’Ordre”, Fellow at the Royal Society of Medicine (UK), member of the ACOEM – American College of Occupational & Environment Medicine (USA), member of International Maritime Health Association as well as the International Society of Infectious Diseases (ISID). He is the appointed National Secretary (Singapore) of the International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH) 2015-2018. He also holds an International (aircraft) private pilot’s license.