In all these areas, the ILO's comparative advantage lies in its experience of using the social dialogue approach, which resulted in the implementation of successful workplace and community initiatives, with the involvement of employers, workers, governments, public services and NGOs, addressing these problems. Time spent in developing partnerships to improve workplace health and well-being is an investment in the most important asset of any enterprise or organization, its workers. It is also an investment in the social context within which a company or organization operates, and therefore in its future and the future of the community and the country as a whole. Read more: Improving health in the workplace: ILO’s framework for action
SOLVE training package
18 April 2012
The material covers the management of health promotion at the workplace to deal with nine topics: stress and economic stress, violence, tobacco and smoke-free workplaces, alcohol and drugs, nutrition, physical activity, healthy sleep and HIV/AIDS. The package includes a participant's workbook, a trainer’s guide, lesson plans and a CD-ROM with presentations and background material.
Stress prevention at work checkpoints: Practical improvements for stress prevention in the workplace
This manual aims at reviewing workplace stress issues. It includes easy-to-apply checkpoints for identifying stressors in working life and mitigating their harmful effects. It is hoped that workers and employers will be able to use the checkpoints to detect causes of stress at work and take effective measures to address them.
A new digital tool for improving OSH in the workplace
50 easy-to-implement checkpoints for identifying sources of stress in the workplace and mitigating their harmful effects. Users can explore illustrated descriptions of each checkpoint and create interactive checklists tailored to their workplace. Includes best practice recommendations for taking action and implementing effective improvements.