ILO-Korea Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) project in Myanmar: Training workshop for beginner of "industrial hygiene"
28 - 31 May 2018
The training workshop is expected to lay the foundation for the government to set up an industrial hygiene system.
5 - 6 May 2018
Youth organizations joined a learning session to promote occupational safety and health among young workers and to build a culture of prevention under the ILO’s SafeYouth@Work Project, funded by the United States Department of Labor (US DOL)
Enhancing workers organizations’ capacity to implement OSH training programmes in the formal and informal economy
10 - 14 April 2018
Workers organizations and trade union representatives gained capacity in designing and implementing a training programme to promote compliance on occupational safety and health at work, especially among young workers in a training of trainers of the ILO’s SafeYouth@Work Project.
28 February - 2 March 2017
The ILO SafeYouth@Work Project in the Philippines will gather partners in a communication workshop aimed at promoting and raising awareness on safety and health of young workers.
13 May 2015
One of the main lessons learned from the 2013 Rana Plaza disaster, which resulted in death and injury for thousands of workers, was the consequences of un-unionised workplaces with few legislative rights. Workers, who were unable to voice their concern about unsafe work and who could not easily refuse to enter the building because they were scared of losing their job, were particularly vulnerable to the disaster that occurred.
Participatory Planning Workshop on Managing Occupational Safety and Health at Workplace in the Ready-Made Garment Industries
26 May 2014
A day long planning workshop on OSH will be held with stakeholders and industry insiders from the Ready-Made Garment (RMG) Industry aimed at in-depth analysis of intervention plan and understanding of the ground realities at the factory level
30 March 2014
Website of the newly upgraded ‘Department of Inspection of Factories and Establishment’ has been launched on 30 April 2014, at an inauguration ceremony held at the Ministry of Labour and Employment.
4 - 7 February 2014
As part of the overall effort in Indonesia to strengthen safety and health at work in the country and in particularly in the construction industry, the Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration (MOMT) has requested the ILO to support them in launching the Work Improvement at Small Construction Sites (WISCON) approach, which is a training approach specifically targeting small construction companies.
25 - 29 November 2012
Young people make up a huge segment of Bangladesh’s population; almost 60 million people are below 18 years of age. Many of them, due to a lack of access to quality education, support their families through employment in the informal sector. In Bangladesh, this sector is characterized by low-skilled, repetitive work options and occupational health and safety hazards.
20 - 22 June 2012
DWT/CO-Budapest and the ILO’s International Training Center organized a workshop on effective occupational safety and health law making for 30 representatives of government, including labour inspectors, and social partners, from 20 to 22 June 2012, in Tirana, Albania.
20 - 28 February 2010
Following ILO’s strategy on Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) in Moldova to create a safety culture for all workers and employers, the ILO organized several training sessions for Moldovan labour inspectors as well as for officials of workers’ and employers’ organizations on workplace risk management.