Safety and health at work resources

  1. Training of Trainers (TOT) workshop on promotion of good workplace practices for SMEs

    The workshop focusses on improving OSH practices in the manufacturing sector using ILO’s Work Improvements in Small Enterprises (WISE) methodology.

  2. Training of Trainers on Work Improvement in Small Construction Sites (WISCON)

    Recognizing the need to address the decent work deficits faced by the construction sector workers in Nepal, the ILO is providing technical support to the relevant stakeholders in the construction sector and promote decent work through formalization of the informal economy.

  3. SCORE Experience Sharing Meeting in Deqing

    09 March 2017, the ILO Country Office for China and Mongolia (ILO CO-Beijing) and the State Administration for Work Safety (SAWS) co-organized SCORE Experience Sharing Meeting in Deqing, Huzhou of Zhejiang province.

  4. Inspection functions and operation

    The tripartite workshop to review the implementation of Decree 39/2013/ND-CP in Labour Inspection functions and operation. The workshop is to be held in Ha Noi on 24 March 2017.

  5. Training workshop on promotion of good workplace practices for small and medium-sized enterprises using ILO’s WISE training methodologies

    Occupational safety and health standards optimize workers’ productivity, ensure safe workplaces, and cater to the development of organizations. The event is aimed at increasing awareness on OSH practices and also in addressing the challenges around it.

  6. SafeYouth@Work Communications Planning Workshop

    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.

  7. Workshop on reviewing the implementation of decrees on labour-related violations sanctions

    The event focuses on occupational safety and health issues and is an activity of the SafeYouth@Work project.

  8. The second Meeting of the SafeYouth@Work Project Steering Committee in Viet Nam

    The Project Steering Committee (PSC) is a group of the key tripartite partners and stakeholders responsible for providing guidance on the implementation of the SafeYouth@Work project. The Second Project Steering Committee Meeting of SafeYouth@Work is to be held on 18 Jan 2017 in Ha Noi review the progress of the project and discuss project implementation in 2017.

  9. Trainers' Training Programme in Building the Capacity of Workers' on the Labor Laws Compliance System

  10. Facilitator's Guide - Pacific Sub-Regional Foundation Skills Training for OSH and Labour Inspectors

    30 November 2016

    Training material for the Pacific Sub-Regional Foundation Skills Training for OSH and Labour Inspectors.