Safety and health at work
Young workers suffer from injury and illness on the job at far higher rates than their adult counterparts. Explore this InfoStory, which include the Philippines to learn more about occupational safety and health for young people.
Our impact, their voices
Labour inspection is more than just visiting workplaces. With the support of the ILO, the Philippines has been implementing labour inspectorate reforms and developing tools that can make a real difference in the lives of workers and employers.
The ILO has announced the winning stories of the 2017 Global Media Competition on Labour Migration, of which two came from the Philippines.
Occupational safety and health standards
Labour Standards and Trade
With an average of 20 typhoons a year, the Philippines is the third most disaster-prone country in the world. In recent years, storms have been getting stronger and more deadly. Helping stricken communities build back better, the ILO has been especially active over recent years in the Philippines, including responses to Super Typhoon Haiyan, the Bohol earthquake, civil unrest in Zamboanga and Typhoons Washi and Bopha.