World Day for Safety and Health at Work 2022
Enhancing Social Dialogue to Build Safety and Health Culture
Through effective social dialogue, governments and social partners actively participate in all phases of OSH decision-making processes in Indonesia to build a positive safety and health culture.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we have seen that having a strong OSH system, which includes meaningful participation of governments, employers, workers, public health actors and all relevant parties at the national and enterprise level, has been crucial in protecting working environments and safeguarding the safety and health of workers.
Through effective social dialogue, governments and social partners actively participate in all phases of OSH decision-making processes. This is important from the development and revision of OSH policy and regulatory frameworks to address persistent and new OSH challenges, to actual application at the workplace level. Social dialogue not only contributes to improving OSH policies and strategies, but it is also essential to build ownership and commitment, easing the way for their rapid and more effective implementation.
This global webinar will bring together a panel of high-level government leaders, employer and worker representatives and experts discuss the theme and share their experiences and practices from around the world.
Ida Fauziyah, Indonesian Minister of Manpower and Michiko Miyamoto, ILO Country Director for Indonesia
Dr. Yuka Ujita, ILO's OSH specialist
Abdul Hakim, Project Manager of ILO's Enhancing COVID-19 Prevention in and within Workplaces in Indonesia
Mahatmi P. Saronto, Director of Employment, Ministry of National Development Planning (Bappenas)
Muhammad Siri, SHE Manager of PT Trakindo Utama
Ratih Ibrahim, Clinical Psychologist, CEO and Founder of Personal Growth
Dazen Vrilla, Presenter of KataData