Multimedia

World Day for Safety and Health at Work - 28 April

  1. Campaign

    Workplace Stress: a collective challenge

Videos

  1. Japan, ILO earmark $2.2-M to restart small Philippine firms hit by pandemic

    23 July 2021

    ABS-CBN News Channel (ANC) Market Edge in a live interview with ILO Enterprise Development Specialist Hideki Kagohashi talked about a recently launched ILO and Japan project to help micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

  2. Social protection a vital part of the pandemic response

    15 July 2020

    ILO Director-General Guy Ryder delivers a message to the UNDP High Level Political Forum event on #COVID19 and social protection. Social protection is a vital part of the pandemic response. Yet the majority of people around the world don't have access. Building back better means achieving social protection for all. #USP2030

  3. ILO Global Summit: COVID-19 and the World of Work

    29 June 2020

    At the beginning of July, the ILO will host a virtual Global Summit on addressing the impact of #COVID-19 on the world of work, and how to build a better future of work as restrictions begin to lift in some regions of the world. Find out more: www.globalsummit.ilo.org

  4. Occupational safety and health tips for workplaces

    02 April 2020

    Adequate safety and health measures at work can play a crucial role in containing the spread of the disease, while protecting workers and society at large. Governments, employers and workers all have a role to play in tackling COVID-19 crisis, and their collaboration is key.

  5. Ergonomic tips when teleworking

    30 March 2020

    ILO's Occupational Safety and Health coordinator, Eloy Alonso-Maestre shares tips on teleworking, including how to improve the ergonomics in your workspace.

  6. SafeYouth@Work Action Plan - Video

    20 September 2017

    The SafeYouth@Work Action Plan seeks to further innovate ways to reduce the high incidence rate of injuries to young workers and lay the foundation for a culture of prevention on OSH.

  7. Global database on occupational safety and health legislation

    27 May 2014

    This video tutorial aims to familiarize users with the potential of LEGOSH, its design, content and use by presenting its features and providing some practical examples. The database serves as a snapshot of the current national occupational safety and health regulatory frameworks around the globe and compiles the wealth of legislation worldwide related to this topic. LEGOSH is the first global analytical database on national occupational safety and health legislation. This video will introduce and explore its navigation and functionalities.

  8. Improving Safety and Health at Work through a Decent Work Agenda

    26 November 2012

    The equivalent of four plane crashes each and every day. This is how many people go out to work each day and don't return home because they die in a workplace accident. Thousands more die of work-related diseases. But these accidents and illnesses are preventable. Coordinated action at national and enterprise level is improving workplace safety and health, as well as directly benefiting business productivity, cost-saving and competitiveness. The EU and the ILO's programme on Safety and Health at Work and the environment SafeWork have engaged in a joint project to improve safety and health at work in five countries across three regions of the world: Honduras, Malawi, The Republic of Moldova, Ukraine, and Zambia. The successes reached in these countries can be replicated around the world, leading to safe and healthy, decent workplaces for all.

  9. Interview with Mr. Peter Herzig, Representative of the European Union Head of Delegation to the Republic of Zambia and to the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA)

    09 March 2011

    A tripartite workshop on the development of a national occupational safety and health programme for Zambia took place in Lusaka on 9-11 March 2011. By the end of the workshop, participants identified and described the strengths and challenges for OSH in Zambia; identified and analyzed the priorities for action in order to improve the OSH system; and put in place a roadmap that would lead to the development and eventual adoption of a National OSH Programme for Zambia. The interview was aired during prime time on Muvi TV in Zambia on 9 March 2011.

  10. Interview with Mr. Leonard Hikaumba, President of the Zambia Confederation of Trade Unions (ZCTU)

    09 March 2011

    A tripartite workshop on the development of a national occupational safety and health programme for Zambia took place in Lusaka on 9-11 March 2011. By the end of the workshop, participants identified and described the strengths and challenges for OSH in Zambia; identified and analyzed the priorities for action in order to improve the OSH system; and put in place a roadmap that would lead to the development and eventual adoption of a National OSH Programme for Zambia. The interview was aired during prime time on Muvi TV in Zambia on 9 March 2011.