With an urgency to save and create jobs for Indonesia to emerge from the COVID-19 crisis stronger and productive, the ILO and its partners launch the “Enhancing COVID-19 Prevention at and through Workplaces” project with the funding support of the Government of Japan. The project aims at assisting business re-opening and continuation by helping enhance COVID-19 prevention measures at and through workplaces. OSH doctors will advise infection risk reduction at 1,500 workplaces using risk assessment tools that the ILO and the IDKI developed for the project.
This project will also strengthen the capacities of relevant government officials, enterprises, Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) professionals, and workers to respond to today’s COVID-19 pandemic and future public health crises, and to address other OSH challenges.
The project will be implemented until March 2022 in collaboration with the Indonesia Occupational Doctors Association (IDKI), the Ministry of Manpower, Indonesia Employers’ Association (APINDO) and trade union confederations.
Dra. Haiyani Rumondang, M.A, Director General of the Labour Inspection and Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) of the Ministry of Manpower, H.E. Kenji Kanasugi, Ambassador of Japan to Indonesia and Michiko Miyamoto, Country Director of ILO in Indonesia and Timor-Leste.
Dra. Haiyani Rumondang, M.A, Director General of the Labour Inspection and Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) of the Ministry of Manpower
H.E. Kenji Kanasugi, Ambassador of Japan to Indonesia
Michiko Miyamoto, Country Director of ILO in Indonesia and Timor-Leste.
Aloysius Budi Susanto, Chair Committee on Labour and Social Security for Wages of the Indonesian Employers’ Association (Apindo)
Dr. Eddy, (MS (OH), Chairman of Indonesian Medical Association for Occupational Health (IDKI)
Djoko Wahyudi, Vice President of the Confederation of Indonesian Moslem Trade Union (K-Sarbumusi)
Gita Lingga, ILO's Communication Officer
Dr. Yuka Ujita, Senior Specialist on Occupational Safety and Health of ILO Geneva
Yuli Adiratna, S.H, M.H, Director of OSH, Ministry of Manpower
Elly Rosita Silaban, President of the Confederation of All Indonesian Labour Union (KSBSI)
dr. Rima Melati, OSH specialist of the Indonesian Employers' Association (Apindo)
Abdul Hakim, Project Coordinator of the ILO's Enhancing the Prevention of COVID-19 at and through Workplaces