Safety and health at work resources

  1. High-level dialogue on more quality jobs in Asia and the Pacific: Investing for a just transition

    Panel discussion co-organized by the Government of the Philippines, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the ILO on how investments and partnerships can accelerate a just transition to greener, fairer and more sustainable economies through decent work.

  2. Celebration of World Day for Safety and Health at Work 2018: “Generation Safe & Healthy in Indonesia”

    In 2018, the World Day for Safety and Health at Work (SafeDay) and the World Day Against Child Labour (WDACL) are coming together in a joint campaign to improve the safety and health of young workers and end child labour.

  3. Enhancing workers organizations’ capacity to implement OSH training programmes in the formal and informal economy

    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.

  4. Tripartite-plus Consultation on Female Labour Migration

    To identify reasons for low Female Labour Migration in Pakistan, ILO-Islamabad has initiated a national study under its EU-funded REFRAME Project and organized a Tripartite Consultation to discuss the matter in detail and identify avenues for improvement.

  5. Project Brief (2018): InSIGHT Project - Industries and Workplaces for Sustainable and Inclusive Growth through Tripartite Dialogue and Sharing of Good Practices, Tools and Knowledge

    29 March 2018

  6. Sialkot sports goods sector promotes a level playing field

    The Employers Federation of Pakistan in collaboration with Baidarie and with the technical assistance of the Japan funded Project on “ More and Better Jobs in the Sports Goods Sector through Socially Responsible Enterprises” will hold a sensitization event with stakeholders on the importance of sports activities to achieve decent work agenda. The event draws on the guidelines provided under the Multi-National Enterprises (MNE) Declaration.

  7. Tripartite Plus Consultation on Indonesia National OSH Profile

    The Consultation is aimed to support the Ministry of Manpower in leading a tripartite plus consultation process with a view to update the national OSH Profile, inclusing with content relevant of young workers and employers.

  8. Consultation on Perspectives of the Skills Sector for Labour Migration

    As migration is now an integral part of development within which skills development, recognition and upgrading is given specific priority in the Governments’ Vision 2025 statement, ILO is facilitating a consultation with key skills and labour migration sector stakeholders from the government, private and non-government sectors to identify policy priorities and strategic areas of focus for the updated National Labour Migration Policy

  9. "How my job helped me get through the fight against TB"

    23 March 2018

    Tuberculosis (TB), one of the world's leading causes of illness and death, often strikes people in their prime working years. Workplaces have a critical role to play in its prevention, treatment and care.

  10. Third batch of Labour Inspectors’ Nationwide Training Program in Punjab

    ILO’s Dutch funded project on Strengthening Labour Inspection Systems in Pakistan (SLISP) is implementing a nationwide training program for labour inspecting staff of Provincial Labour Inspectorates. The training program so far had successfully completed eleven cohorts in which a total of 302 inspecting staff [292 men and 10 women] from Balochistan, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, AJK, ICT, GB and Punjab have been trained. This training will attempt to provide opportunity to another group of 30 labour inspectors improve theoretical and practical competencies focusing on a) labour inspection regulatory frameworks, b) Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work (FPRW) and c) contemporary labour inspection methodologies/skills.