Safety and health at work resources

  1. Compact Statement

    01 September 2015

    Staying engaged: A Sustainability Compact for continuous improvements in labour rights and factory safety in the Ready-Made Garment and Knitwear Industry in Bangladesh

  2. Fire department officials trained on remediation process for RMG factories

    ILO is helping members of the Bangladesh fire service to follow up on the findings of RMG factory safety assessments in a more systematic and effective manner.

  3. Supporting the Improvement of the Legal and Institutional Framework on Occupational Safety and Health in Myanmar (Project fact sheet)

    11 August 2015

    Building on ILO’s engagement in Myanmar over the past decade and taking into account the most recent developments in the country, this project aims to contribute to better, safer and healthier working conditions in Myanmar.

  4. Improving Labour Law Compliance and Building Sound Labour Practices in the Export Oriented Shrimp Sector in Bangladesh

    11 August 2015

    The Shrimp project is funded by the Government of Bangladesh (GoB) and aims to promote better labour law compliance with international labour standards, particularly fundamental principles and rights at work in the export-oriented shrimp sector.

  5. Promoting Occupational Safety and Health in Asia and the Pacific (Project fact sheet)

    11 August 2015

    ILO/Korea Partnership Programme aims to strengthen national occupational safety and health (OSH) systems in the region, including labour inspections, occupational injury reporting, training, information and national OSH campaigns.

  6. Tightening bolts and strengthening safety

    31 July 2015

    In the jungles of Papua, Indonesia, an ILO-supported programme has helped construction workers and employers understand why safety is important, and how they can make simple, practical changes.

  7. Supplementation to the Occupational Safety and Health project in Hazardous Work in Viet Nam

    01 July 2015

    This supplementation project aims to build on the outcomes of the previous phase, promote effective consultation and provide the Government with improved recommendations on policies and regulations on occupational safety and health under the Law on Occupational Safety and Health.

  8. Supporting the Improvement of the Legal and Institutional Framework on Occupational Safety and Health in Myanmar

    01 July 2015

    This project aims to contribute to better, safer and healthier working conditions in Myanmar.

  9. CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Situation Analysis on Youth Employment in Sri Lanka

    28 June 2015

    International Labour Organisation (ILO) project ‘Support to implement youth employment policies and coordinating for youth employment in Sri Lanka’ iscalling for proposals to conduct a situation analysis on youth employment in Sri Lanka. The Government of Sri Lanka is committed to improving young people’s prospects in their quests for decent jobs. The situation analysis document, to be produced with the active collaboration of the ILO and interested stakeholders will represent the basis for the new National Action Plan for Youth Employment in Sri Lanka providing a detailed description of the current economic and policy situation and proposing circumstantiated evidence about potential ways forward. Companies interested in submitting a proposal for the above situation analysis are requested to send the relevant documents/information mentioned on the ToR by 11.59pm on Thursday, 2 July 2015. THE PROPOSAL SHOULD BE SENT VIA EMAIL TO under the subject line ‘Situation analysis on youth employment in Sri Lanka’. Print submissions will not be accepted. In case of exceptionally qualified applicants, application for submission of only output 1 or only output 2 can be accepted. Preference will be given to applications consisting of both outputs. Early submissions are strongly encouraged. Only shortlisted candidates will be acknowledged.

  10. Fostering Female Talent in the Workforce: Women in business and management

    26 June 2015

    The preparation of this report entailed a participatory approach with contributions from national employers’ organizations in the region, ILO specialists on employers and gender experts, and consultants with expertise in gender equality and entrepreneurship.