Ukraine resources

  1. Video of the webinar for trade unions

    03 June 2021

  2. Technical recommendations to the ME draft Law "On Occupational Safety and Health of Workers" (version of 16 May 2021)

    03 June 2021

    This is the fourth set of the EU-ILO Project technical recommendations regarding the draft Law "On Occupational Safety and Health of Workers" of the Ministry of Economy (version of 16 May 2021). The purpose of these technical recommendations is to help to better align this draft law with the main applicable International and European Labour Standards and best practices.

  3. Supporting the alignment of the OSH draft law with key International and EU Labour Standards and best practices

    13 May 2021

  4. Supporting the alignment of the national labour legislation with the International and EU labour standards

    11 May 2021

  5. Confined spaces should become safer for workers

    11 May 2021

    The online seminar "Safety in confined spaces" took place in February 2021. The EU-ILO Project Manager Antonio Santos, together with other leading Ukrainian and international OSH experts, shared best practices on risk assessment and occupational injury prevention in confined spaces.

  6. Better knowledge on the international and EU labour standards and best practices

    11 May 2021

    In June-July 2020, the EU-ILO Project held the Summer marathon of online trainings on International and EU Labour standards. Over 500 policy makers, legal experts and social partners took part in each of the six trainings and learned more on International and EU labour standards and are equipped with in-depth knowledge and comprehensive supporting tools to better align national labour legislation with those standards.

  7. Support in ensuring the proper response to the COVID-19 pandemic

    11 May 2021

    The webinars “COVID-19 pandemic: how OSH at workplaces mitigates its consequences” took place in May 2020. Almost 5000 experts (labour inspectors and workers’ and employers’ representatives) got access during the Project’s three webinars to up-to-date information on how OSH can mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on workers’ safety and health and ensure business continuity.

  8. Up-to-date knowledge on labour inspection and OSH – for use by the national stakeholders

    11 May 2021

    In October-December 2020, six officials from the Ministry of Economy and State Labour Service learned more about labour inspection and occupational injury schemes, thought the online training courses of the International Training Centre of the ILO.

  9. Youth stands for declared work

    11 May 2021

    The EU-ILO Project supported the nomination “Best video on undeclared work” within the Ukrainian Students Festival of Social Advertising in September-December 2020. 17 videos were made by the students of several universities of Ukraine. Three videos were chosen by the Project for a subsequent competition, as the best video according to the Facebook audience.

  10. Women’s empowerment through entrepreneurship and better targeted services

    09 May 2021

    The COVID-19 pandemic has hit women disproportionately harder than men. The ILO-UNDP joint initiative aims to stimulate an economic recovery for women in Ukraine, out of the crisis.