Indonesia resources

  1. Workshop on Occupational Diseases

    Safe and healthy work is a fundamental human right and safe and healthy workplaces are a foundation of sustainable development. Yet, based on the most recent ILO estimates, 2.78 million workers continue to die each year from work-related injuries and illnesses.

  2. SCORE Indonesia: A case study from PT. Spa Factory Bali

    12 December 2017

  3. SCORE Indonesia: A case study from PT. Sinar Surya Baja Profilindo

    12 December 2017

  4. SCORE Indonesia: A case study from CV Kreatif Bali Trading (Bali Sarong)

    12 December 2017

  5. Indonesia Factsheet - SCORE Programme Phase III

    12 December 2017

  6. VCT@Work for Port Workers on World AIDS Day 2017

    The ILO responds to HIV epidemic by providing technical assistance and support through a range of workplace program. The most recent ILO-UNAIDS joint initiative VCT@Work has been implemented in Indonesia since December 2013.

  7. Piloting National Apprenticeship Programme in Indonesia

    01 December 2017

    The programme aims to pilot-test quality apprenticeship programme that is well-accepted and implemented by the tripartite constituents and could be replicated by the Government of Indonesia in other regions in Indonesia.

  8. Launch of SEA Fisheries Project: Strengthening coordination to combat labour exploitation and trafficking in fisheries

    30 November 2017

    The International Labour Organization (ILO) has launched the SEA Fisheries project to combat human trafficking in fisheries in Southeast Asia.

  9. © AFP PHOTO/PCG 2020

    ILO Training Package on Inspection of Labour Conditions in Fishing: Field Testing Workshop, Indonesia

    The inspection of labour conditions of fishers (as opposed to maritime safety inspections focusing only on the seaworthiness of the fishing vessel and on life-saving equipment) has been a challenging problem for many States which may not have in place laws and regulations, or inspection services, concerning the inspection of labour conditions on board fishing vessels.

  10. Achievements of Indonesian Youth at the 21st World Congress on Safety and Health at Work 2017

    16 November 2017

    Nine youth from Indonesia were selected from amongst more than 350 applicants to participate in a establishing a new international network of 125 ‘Youth Champions for OSH’ aged 15 – 24 from 29 countries during the SafeYouth@Work Congress organized by ILO at the invitation of the XXI WCSH International Organizing Committee (IOC) and in close collaboration with the Singapore Ministry of Manpower (MoM).