National Occupational Safety and Health Systems and Programmes resources

  1. International Labour Law and Domestic Law: A training manual for judges, lawyers and legal educators: Occupational safety and health

    21 February 2018

    This publication provides an in-depth examination of international labour standards relating to occupational safety and health and other relevant international instruments, as well as concrete illustrations of how these can be used to settle labour disputes involving occupational safety and health.

  2. LEGOSH database posters and bookmarks

    24 December 2015

    LEGOSH provides an overview and analysis of the current national occupational safety and health (OSH) regulatory frameworks worldwide and compiles the wealth of legislation related to this topic.

  3. National programmes and systems of occupational safety and health

    The general objective of this course is to strengthen the capacity of planning, developing and governing the national efforts to improve occupational safety and health (OSH).

  4. National profiles on occupational safety and health

    23 February 2015

    The national profile summarizes the existing national situation on occupational safety and health (OSH). It identifies, amongst other matters, the relevant legislation, the infrastructure and resources and the current national situation with regard to occupational accidents and diseases. Analyzing this information identifies strengths and weaknesses that can be addressed by well-designed national programmes on OSH, thereby progressively and continually improving, with regards to OSH, the working environment.

  5. A national strategy for workplace safety and health in Singapore

    28 July 2014

    The tripartite partners and key stakeholders in workplace safety and health acknowledge their role in the enhancement and implementation of Workplace Safety and Health 2018: A National Strategy for Workplace Safety and Health in Singapore (WSH 2018). They express their commitment in their responsibility to ensure the continued improvement of Singapore’s standards in the area of occupational safety and health (OSH).

  6. 2013 Employment and Labor Policy in Korea

    16 June 2014

    This revised edition contains the major achievements of Korea's employment and labour policies. The book covers the major policy tasks that the government has pursued. It provides readers with a clear understanding of the labour market situation and employment and labour policies in the country. Part 4 covers the "Creation of Safe and Healthy Workplaces".

  7. National profile on occupational safety and health: Myanmar

    02 May 2014

    The profile is an up-to-date account of the OSH situation and activities in the country. It is the outcome of discussion for the development of policies and strengthening of institutions and networks that hold great promise for the creation of an effective and consistent program on safety and health in Myanmar.

  8. National occupational safety and health profile of Brunei Darussalam

    28 April 2014

    This profile is intended demonstrate the current national status of OSH in the country. In order to achieve such a goal, it is important to reach out to relevant stakeholders from the public and private sectors. The objective of this profile is to assure that Brunei Darussalam has a benchmark for monitoring and assessing future OSH programmes and activities.

  9. Profile on occupational safety and health – Zanzibar

    02 December 2013

    The occupational safety and health (OSH) profile for Zanzibar is an inventory of all the tools and resources available to implement and manage OSH designed to provide the data necessary for setting national* priorities for action aimed at progressive and continual improvement of the National OSH System.

  10. Malawi national occupational safety and health programme 2011-2016

    19 September 2013

    Moving towards zero accidents and diseases at work. The purpose of the National Programme on Occupational Safety and Health (NOSHP) is to guide a systematic and coordinated approach to strengthen a National System on Occupational Safety and Health aimed at fostering a preventative safety and health culture in Malawi.

  11. Training package on development of a national programme of occupational safety and health

    07 June 2013

    This training package is intended to support training activities aimed at promoting the ILO’s strategic approach to occupational safety and health (OSH). It provides inputs for the development of a National OSH Programme, as well as for the drawing up of a National OSH Policy and a National OSH Profile.

  12. Improving safety and health at work through a Decent Work Agenda

    28 April 2013

    The project was developed by the ILO and the European Commission to better address safety and health at work as a vital component of decent work. It will be implemented over two and a half years between 2010 and 2012 in five pilot countries. The overall goal of the project is to contribute to a more inclusive and productive society through a reduction in occupational accidents and work-related diseases.

  13. National study on the system for recording and notification of occupational accidents and diseases in the Republic of Moldova

    22 March 2013

    The study is based on relevant ILO standards and is mainly aimed at 1) exploring the basic practices and procedures applied at both national and workplace levels; and 2) providing information to promote the application of a coherent and harmonised system for collection, recording and notification of reliable data on the topic, and related statistics at the workplace, at both national and international levels.

  14. Zambia country profile on occupational safety and health 2012

    22 March 2013

    This profile serves as a useful tool for improving occupational safety and health (OSH) in Zambia. The national profile is an inventory of all the tools and resources available in a country to implement and manage OSH and is designed to provide the data necessary for setting national priorities for action aimed at the progressive and continual improvement of workplace safety and health.

  15. Plan safe, plan healthy: Guidelines for developing national programmes on occupational safety and health

    02 January 2013

    This guide will serve as a useful source of information for those involved in preparing national programmes on occupational safety and health (OSH) and, consequently, will deliver an improvement in working conditions and a reduction in work-related accidents and diseases.

  16. National profile on occupational safety and health: Seychelles

    01 January 2013

    The profile aims to summarize the current situation regarding occupational safety and health (OSH) in the country, including national policy, laws and regulations, compliance, training and education, OSH activities of workers’ and employers’ organizations, and occupational accidents and disease statistics and their reporting systems.

  17. National profile on occupational safety and health: Kenya

    01 January 2013

    The preparation of this national profile and study on the recording and notification of occupational accidents and diseases (Chapter 21) is a major step towards creating a realistic and efficient national programme of occupational safety and health (OSH) in Kenya, and adjusting it to proven international practices.

  18. National Master Plan on Occupational Safety, Health and Environment (2012 – 2016)

    01 December 2012

    The Ministry of Labour of Thailand, by the Department of Labour Protection and Welfare, has issued Master Plans on Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) to provide directions for the development of OSH in the country. Its vision is “Decent Safety and Health for Workers”.

  19. National occupational safety and health profile: Ukraine 2012

    01 October 2012

    The national profile is an inventory of all the tools and resources available in a country to implement and manage OSH and is designed to provide the data necessary for setting national priorities for action aimed at the progressive and continual improvement of workplace safety and health.

  20. Video-conference on the World Day for Safety and Health at Work

    The innovative teleconference between Ukraine and Russia was carried out in the rank of other promotional activities devoted to the occasion in the two countries. The event made it possible to further raise awareness in the occupational safety and health (OSH) field of tripartite partners and enterprises, as well as get them acquainted with the modern trends in harmonization of national OSH legislation with the ILO and European Union (EU) OSH standards.