Instructional materials

LAB/ADMIN continuously develops - mostly within ongoing technical cooperation - instructional materials for beneficiaries of different projects such as labour inspectors, officials within labour ministries, social partners, employers and workers.

This material includes good practices, guidelines and tools in the field of labour administration

Highlights

  1. Building modern and effective labour inspection systems

    This training package on “Building modern and effective labour inspection systems” is the result of a close and practical cooperation between the Labour Administration and Inspection Programme of the ILO (LAB/ADMIN) and the International Training Centre, which believe that the importance of labour inspection in promoting decent work is more and more recognized as a fundamental tool of good governa ...

2012

  1. Good Practices in Labour Inspection on HIV and AIDS

    17 September 2012

    This publication, which was prepared jointly by the LAB/ADMIN and the ILO Programme on HIV/AIDS and the World of Work (ILO/AIDS), is intended as a tool for labour inspectors, workers and employers to improve their understanding about the linkages between labour inspection and HIV and AIDS.

  2. Self-assessment tool for Labour Inspection Systems

    02 August 2012

    This tool enables national labour inspectorates to undertake self-assessments in order to evaluate their own institutional strengths and weaknesses. The tool takes a systems approach and is designed to be a practical exercise to assist countries in making decisions and taking actions to strengthen their national labour inspection systems. It is intended for institutional self-assessments and not as a self-assessment tool for enterprises or individual labour inspectors.

  3. GOOD PRACTICES IN LABOUR INSPECTION: The rural sector with special attention to agriculture

    03 June 2012

    This collection of good practices represents a useful tool for labour inspectors, workers and employers with a view to better understanding the implications and complexities of a labour inspection system in the rural sector with specific attention to agriculture.

  4. GOOD PRACTICES IN LABOUR INSPECTION in Export Processing Zones

    03 June 2012

    This collection of good practices represents a useful tool for labour inspectors, workers and employers with a view to better understanding the implications and complexities of a labour inspection system in export processing zones.

2010

  1. Labour Inspection: what it is and what it does. A guide for workers.

    08 June 2010

    The Guide for Employers and the Guide for Workers will particularly prove useful as good knowledge of the labour inspection issues and implications can contribute to national progress through its efforts in preventing accidents at work, protecting workers and improving their working conditions. Efficient labour inspectorates have the potential to enhance labour productivity by guaranteeing a decent working environment. This is in the interest of both workers and employers alike.

  2. Labour Inspection: what it is and what it does. A guide for employers.

    08 June 2010

    The Guide for Employers and the Guide for Workers will particularly prove useful as good knowledge of the labour inspection issues and implications can contribute to national progress through its efforts in preventing accidents at work, protecting workers and improving their working conditions. Efficient labour inspectorates have the potential to enhance labour productivity by guaranteeing a decent working environment. This is in the interest of both workers and employers alike.

  3. Building modern and effective labour inspection systems

    07 June 2010

    This training package on “Building modern and effective labour inspection systems” is the result of a close and practical cooperation between the ILO and the International Training Centre, which believe that the importance of labour inspection in promoting decent work is more and more recognized as a fundamental tool of good governance. Through the international labour standards framework and with this training module, the ILO aims to strengthen labour inspection systems with a view towards ensuring compliance with labour laws and sound labour inspection policies.