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Occupational Safety and Health

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Rana Plaza: Never again
One year after the global garment industry's worst-ever industrial accident, the ILO together with the government, employers, trade unions and the international community are working together to make sure it never happens again.
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Work Improvement in Neighbourhood Development: Practical approaches for improving safety, health and working conditions in agriculture

  1. Global manual
  2. Global action guide
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LEGOSH
This high profile knowledge product identifies the main laws governing OSH in the ILO Member States. Its classification structure is based on a comprehensive set of 11 themes, which follow key ILO standards.
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Turin School of Development

A one-year programme in English from the University of Turin, Italy, in partnership with the International Training Centre (ITC) of the ILO.


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Training package
It also provides inputs for the drawing up of a National OSH Policy and of a National OSH Profile. It contains five modules, one for the trainer and four for trainees.
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This manual aims at reviewing workplace stress issues. It includes 50 easy-to-apply checkpoints for identifying stressors in working life and mitigating their harmful effects.
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This guide aims to help employers, workers and their representatives assess safety and health risks in the workplace.
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Training package
for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)

Owners, managers, workers, and service providers can themselves improve workplace OSH conditions for the benefit of all.
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This guide takes you through all the steps required to formulate a national programme on OSH.
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