Indonesia resources

  1. Interactive talkshow – Hazards at the workplace, the importance of OSH

    31 January 2018

    Responding to current national OSH incidents, the ILO and its partners conducted an interactive discussion on the importance of occupational safety and health (OSH) in Jakarta. In collaboration with TV Elshinta, stay tune to this interactive discussion.

  2. Interactive Discussion on Occupational Safety and Health (OSH): "Hazards at the Workplace, the Importance of OSH"

    Every day, people die as a result of occupational accidents or work-related diseases – more than 2.78 million deaths per year. Additionally, there are some 374 million non-fatal work-related injuries and illnesses each year, many of these resulting in extended absences from work.

  3. Toward stronger occupational safety and health prevention culture in Indonesia

    29 January 2018

    In conjunction with the commemoration of the National Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Month, the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the National OSH Council (DK3N) is conducting an interactive discussion title “Hazards at the Workplace, the Importance of OSH” as part of the efforts to raise the awareness regarding the importance of OSH at the workplace as a response to recent national OSH incidents.

  4. Presentations

    25 January 2018

    Presented in The Regional Meeting titled “Knowledge Sharing Workshop on Good and Promising Practices and Lessons Learned to Promote Decent Work for Domestic Workers and to Eliminate Child Domestic Labour.” Held by the ILO PROMOTE Project in Malang, East Java, Indonesia, 23-25 January 2018. Attended by around 40 participants representing Trade Union, Domestic Worker Organizations and other stakeholders from 11 Asian countries, such as Bangladesh, Hong Kong, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Nepal, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka and Thailand.

  5. Country reports

    25 January 2018

    Presented in The Regional Meeting titled “Knowledge Sharing Workshop on Good and Promising Practices and Lessons Learned to Promote Decent Work for Domestic Workers and to Eliminate Child Domestic Labour.” Held by the ILO PROMOTE Project in Malang, East Java, Indonesia, 23-25 January 2018. Attended by around 40 participants representing Trade Union, Domestic Worker Organizations and other stakeholders from 11 Asian countries, such as Bangladesh, Hong Kong, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Nepal, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka and Thailand.

  6. Strengthening Indonesian domestic worker through national work competency standard

    25 January 2018

    Presentation in the Knowledge Sharing Workshop, Malang, 23-25 January 2018.

  7. Domestic work ILO C.189 & R201: Provisions by subject matter

    25 January 2018

    Presentation in the Knowledge Sharing Workshop, Malang, 23-25 January 2018.

  8. Ending child labour in domestic work and protecting young workers from abusive working conditions

    25 January 2018

    Presentation in the Knowledge Sharing Workshop, Malang, 23-25 January 2018.

  9. Child labour

    25 January 2018

    Presentation in the Knowledge Sharing Workshop, Malang, 23-25 January 2018.

  10. Protecting the rights of migrant workers: the role of trade unions with a four pillar approach

    25 January 2018

    Presentation in the Knowledge Sharing Workshop, Malang, 23-25 January 2018.