Consultancy – Case study on OSH delivery mechanism

Terms of Reference - Case studies: Describing existing delivery mechanisms to improve OSH in SMEs

Expressions of interest from interested consultants/institutions (national or international) should be submitted to the ILO Country Office Islamabad by email to by midnight (Pakistan time) on Sunday 25 October 2020. Expressions of interest should be clearly marked as OSH Case Study in the subject line and contain:
• A letter (2 page maximum) setting out the organisation/ consultants’ relevant qualifications and experience;
• A daily rate (expressed in PKR for national consultants and USD for international consultants) and overall budget breakdown.
• The CV of the lead consultant and details of supporting consultants.
• A soft copy or link to similar research/s done on any area of occupational safety and health.

Expressions of interest not meeting the basic content above will not be considered. Please note that:
• Individual consultants will be responsible for own health insurance and need to provide information regarding insurance to the ILO at the time of contracting.
• Individual consultants upon selection also need to complete the UNDSS BSAFE field security training (online one day training) unless already holding a valid certificate from UNDSS. SSAFE certification would be an advantage.