Occupational safety and health is key to improve productivity during the pandemic

The video documents best practices from two participating companies that have joined the ILO’s risk assessment service to help businesses identify, assess and manage the distinctive COVID-19 risks within their workplaces.

Date issued: 28 April 2022 | Size/duration: 00:10:16

The risk assessment tools were developed based on the national guideline on COVID-19 prevention and control at the workplace to support safer and more sustainable businesses during the pandemic. The service is provided for free to benefit up to 1,500 workplaces by strengthening their preventive measures as guided by professional occupational safety and health (OSH) doctors. Participating enterprises will receive recommendations based on risk assessment results. The service is rolled out under the ILO’s Enhancing COVID-19 Prevention at and through Workplaces project, funded by the Government of Japan.