World Day for Safety and Health at Work 2024: The impacts of climate change on occupational safety and health
28 April 2024
World Day for Safety and Health at Work 2023: A safe and healthy working environment is a fundamental principle and right at work
28 April 2023
11 July 2022
Information session on the Resolution on the inclusion of a safe and healthy working environment in the ILO’s framework of fundamental principles and rights at work recently adopted by the International Labour Conference and the implications for ILO Members.
World Day for Safety and Health at Work 2022: Act together to build a positive safety and health culture
28 April 2022
5 April 2022
This webinar will present the findings and suggestions from the new technical brief on healthy and safe teleworking, jointly developed by the WHO and ILO. The speakers will discuss the health benefits and risks of teleworking and the changes needed to accommodate the shift towards different forms of remote work arrangements brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and the digital transformation of work. They will also discuss the responsibilities of governments, employers, and workers in this regard.
23 July 2021
A virtual consultation is organized with the employers organizations, associations of the centre, region and state and small holdings in the state of Assam.
Launch of the ILO/SCOPE Study on the Impact of WfH on Women Executives and Managers in PSEs in India
14 July 2021
ILO/SCOPE joint study focused on ‘Impact of WfH on Women Executives and Managers in PSEs in India’ is being launched virtually in presence of Ministry of Labour and Employment of Government of India.
7 June 2021
A virtual consultation was organized with the Central and State Trade Unions (TUs) to discuss the way forward in improving the Occupational Safety and Health of the plantation workers the tea sector of Assam. It focused on both formal and informal workers including the small tea growers in the value chain.
28 April 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has led governments, employers, workers and the general population to face unprecedented challenges in relation to the virus and the many effects it has had on the world of work. The World Day for Safety and Health at Work will focus on strategies to strengthen national occupational safety and health (OSH) systems to build resilience, in order to face crises now and in the future, drawing on lessons learned and experiences from the world of work.
7 May 2020
The Philippines marked the World Day for Safety and Health at Work through a webinar on Safe Return to Work in the time of COVID-19. The ILO, the Department of Labor and Employment, the Employers Confederation of the Philippines together with representatives from workers organizations in both formal and the informal economy joined the discussion.