SafeYouth@Work Action Plan

This SafeYouth@Work Action Plan was developed through the ILO’s SafeYouth@Work Project, funded by the U.S. Department of Labor. The project aims to improve the occupational safety and health (OSH) of young workers above the minimum age of work up to 24 years, and to build a culture of prevention on OSH. The project strategy includes four main components: (1) Help countries collect and effectively use timely and relevant OSH data; (2) Work to strengthen legal and policy frameworks to better protect young workers; (3) Strengthen the capacity of tripartite to address workplace hazards and risks; and, (4) Increase global knowledge and awareness of the hazards and risks faced by young workers.

Project documentation | 27 April 2018
Contact(s): Nicholas J. Levintow, Chief Technical Advisor, safeyouth@ilo.org