Crisis / Risk Management for Expatriates
Your Health and Safety Partner

Security Support Inc. (SSI) is a company established to support crisis / risk management for expatriates.

Since our founding in 2005, we have provided advice and consulting to more than 600 companies on building overseas crisis / risk management systems and we have distributed overseas safety information to 1,100 enterprises. We also conduct various seminars to prepare our customers for any eventuality, ranging from international crises to overseas medical care.


Message from the President


I have been involved in the non-life insurance business both in Japan and abroad for the past 26 years. I have worked in Japanese insurance, European insurance, and other fields but I have always wondered why there is so little insurance that actually meets the needs of customers. Customers often believe that insurance will protect them, and while the situation is more complicated from the point of view of the insurance provider, the fact of the matter is that insurance only compensates for economic losses after a period of danger has passed. It has no preventative effect whatsoever.

In the crisis / risk management field there existed services aimed at avoiding dangerous situations and services that provided assistance in the event of a crisis. However, at the international level, companies that provide intelligence or offer advice on medical or security services, or on the development of in-house manuals, operated within their own areas of expertise. It was not possible to find a service that that provided comprehensive wide-ranging support for employees on overseas assignments.

These services were only available in a piece-meal fashion and as emergency responses were not coordinated, the costs were high and a great deal of effort was required. This is what prompted us to develop our International Safety Support Program.

The International Safety Support Program offers a package of specialized services in order to respond to any kind of risk. It also provides advice on how to create an internal safety manual, how to develop services based on specialized consulting, and how to formulate preventative safety measures. Through this program, we work side-by-side with our customers` risk / crisis management department.

Furthermore, we provide advice relating to small claims and short-term insurance, and the establishment and management of mutual aid systems. As we started out as an insurance company, we are able to offer total assistance through or consultants who are experienced in product development, agency management, small claims and short-term insurance, and the registration and establishment of mutual aid systems.

Corporate Profile

Name Security Support Inc.
Established June 8th, 2005
Capital JPY16,500,000 (as of March 31st, 2015)
President Rensei Arisaka

8F Hibiya Central Building 1-2-9
Nishishinbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 105-0003


[Nearest Stations]
1 Minute from Exit A8, Uchisaiwaicho Station on the Toei Mita Line; 2 Minutes from Exit A4 / 4 Minutes from Exit C3, Kasumigaseki Station on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line / 6 Minutes from Shinbashi Station (Exit 7, Tokyo Metro Ginza Line or JR Hibiya Exit) / 6 Minutes from Exit 9 Toranomon Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line


TEL :+81-3-3593-5605

FAX :+81-3-3593-5606


Core Businesses Crisis/risk management support & consulting for globally-expanding companies
Property & casualty insurance
Planned group travel
Consulting on the establishment of mutual aid systems
Major Business
  • United Healthcare Global (medical & security)
  • Medical assistance companies (domestic & international)
  • Hibiya Clinic (medical clinic for travelers)
Major Clients Close to 1,100 companies including: general trading companies, oil-related companies, industry associations for machinery exporters, machinery manufacturers, precision machinery manufacturers, semiconductor manufacturers, electronics manufacturers, automotive parts manufacturers, residential construction companies, food manufacturers, consumer electronics manufacturers, financial institutions, specialized trading companies, private universities, manufacturing industry associations, study abroad associations, and international safety information providers.