OSH Knowledge Attitude and Behaviour Survey of Young Workers in Myanmar, the Philippines and Viet Nam

The International Labour Organization (ILO) SafeYouth@Work Project, which aims to improve occupational safety and health (OSH) conditions for young workers, conducted mixed methods studies to understand current OSH knowledge, attitudes, and behaviours (KAB) among young workers in agriculture, construction, and craft villages in selected regions of Myanmar, the Philippines, and Viet Nam. The purpose of the quantitative surveys was to establish baseline values on a series of awareness, knowledge, attitudinal, and behavioural variables related to OSH issues, and to identify potential priorities for project interventions. Qualitative key informant interviews (KIIs) were also conducted with tripartite stakeholders representing the government, employers, and workers to complement the quantitative survey.

Project documentation | 26 April 2018
Contact(s): Nicholas J. Levintow, Chief Technical Advisor, safeyouth@ilo.org