Malaysia resources

March 2011


    16 - 18 March 2011

  2. Amendment Proposal and Justification by MTUC

    16 - 18 March 2011

    MTUC’s proposals & justifications

December 2010

  1. New ILO migration project to improve migrant workers' conditions in South-East Asia

    The International Labour Organization (ILO) is launching a new project in South-East Asia to improve the governance of cross-border labour migration.

October 2010

  1. ILO Workshop on Occupational Safety and Health (OSH)of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SME) in Selected ASEAN Countries

    29 October 2010

    ILO Workshop on Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SME) in Selected ASEAN Countries aims to provide a useful forum to exchange practical experiences to improve OSH in SMEs in selected ASEAN countries, namely, Malaysia, Thailand and Viet Nam and also Japan. The Workshop is organized within the framework of an ILO project on “Effective Implementation of National OSH Programme for Improving Safety and Health at the Workplace in Vietnam”, funded by ILO/Japan multibilateral programme.

  2. ILO/Japan Fellowship Training to Improve Occupational Safety and Health in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises

    25 - 29 October 2010

    The fellowship training aims to provide participants with experiences and practical ideas for improving safety, health and working conditions of SMEs and also on national strategies and polices for SMEs, with a particular focus on enabling and supporting action at workplace level.

July 2010

  1. Malaysia

    This data set for 9 countries in the East and South East Asian region provides information on labour market and decent work indicators. It covers 11 thematic areas including employment opportunities, earnings, productivity, working children, equal opportunities, safety at work, social security and social dialogue. The available data relate to the period 1995 to 2008. Beginning with countries in East Asia the formats were then used to create statistical profiles for ASEAN countries for the ASEAN-ILO-ADBI Capacity-Building Workshop on Labour Market Information and Analysis in ASEAN (Brunei Darussalam, March 2-4 2010). Since then the profiles have been developed further with additional information in both quantitative and qualitative aspects of decent work. Based mainly on ILO sources such as LABORSTA and KILM, and the World Bank's and UNESCO's data, this dataset aims to be user-friendly and easily accessible to anyone interested in the promotion of decent work. In this first instance it was not possible to cover all countries in the region, but the dataset could be expanded to cover a larger number of countries in the future.

  2. Labour market indicators profile for ASEAN member countries

    This data set for 9 countries in the East and South East Asian region provides information on labour market and decent work indicators.

June 2010

  1. Tripartite Action to Protect Migrant Workers within and from the Greater Mekong Subregion from Labour Exploitation (GMS TRIANGLE project)

    10 June 2010 - 31 May 2015

    The GMS TRIANGLE project focused on reducing the exploitation of labour migrants by contributing to the development of legal and safe recruitment channels and improved labour protection mechanisms. It is currently continued through TRIANGLE in ASEAN programme.

January 2010

  1. Country Paper of Malaysia

    1 - 5 February 2010

    The country paper on skills training and development in the workplace prepared by the Government of Malaysia in collaboration with social partners for the ILO SKILLS-AP/Japan regional technical workshop and study programme on skills training in the workplace at the Overseas Vocational Training Associations, Chiba, Japan on 1 to 5 February 2010

December 2009

  1. The ASEAN Occupational Safety and Health Network: Good occupational safety and health practices 2008/2009

    This publication is a compilation of the many good OSH practices in terms of national OSH frameworks, enforcement, outreach, training and research developed in recent years in ASEAN member countries.