OSH in hostilities

War created additional risks at the workplace. This requires employers to adopt occupational safety and health measures to the new conditions.

After a round of consultations with national and international experts, the ILO Project supported the development of the Guidelines on OSH in hostilities and post-war time by experts of the State Labour Service and the European Society of Occupational Safety and Health (ESOSH, Ukraine).

The draft document will be submitted for tripartite discussion by the end of 2022. Following that, the information will be shared with and advocated among employers and workers.