Social Security Department (SECSOC)
The Social Security Department has developed over the years a varied selection of didactical and methodological tools to assist in its work and also to provide guidance to professionals working in the field of social security and to those interested to learn more about social security issues. The tools developed by the Department range from publications in the social security field to specific internet learning platforms. These products include:
Programme on Safety and Health at Work and the Environment (SAFEWORK)
The ILO organizes and participates in several courses in the area of occupational safety and health (OSH). The International Training Centre of the ILO cooperates with SafeWork in organizing training programmes on OSH. In addition, the International Occupational Safety and Health Information Centre (CIS) is providing information on null. SafeWork and CIS make available various training materials and valuable bibliographic resources.
Conditions of Work and Employment Programme (TRAVAIL)
Work Improvements in Small Enterprises (WISE), also known as “Higher Productivity and a Better Place to Work”, is a programme developed by the ILO to assist small and medium-sized enterprises in improving working conditions and productivity using simple, effective and affordable techniques that provide direct benefits to owners and workers.
International Migration Programme (MIGRANT)
In 2004, the ILO Conference confirmed the high demand for ILO activities in improving the knowledge base on migration, including statistics on labour migration.
The ILO develops an active policy-oriented research and information dissemination programme on labour migration through monographs, working papers and the present website.
More specifically, the International Migration Programme provides with profiles of good practices on labour migration through the Anti-discrimination Action Profiles database.
ILO Programme on HIV/AIDS and the world of work (ILO/AIDS)
One of the strategic priorities of ILO/AIDS is to inform, train and document people on good practices concerning HIV/AIDS.
This is the reason why ILO/AIDS gives access to The new SOLVE course: Addressing psychosocial factors through health promotion in the workplace. Most of the documents are available on PDF version.