The workshop was conducted to facilitate an in-depth analysis on Project outcomes and impact and generate recommendations on how to incorporate lessons from the project into initiatives for improvement of OSH national systems and future projects.
SafeYouth@Work has prepared this self-training package in order to strengthen the capacity of governments, employers, workers (including young workers) and their organizations to improve OSH management for young workers through the assessment and implementation of strategies and actions through national OSH systems.
18 -22 March 2019
The overall objective of this course is to strengthen the capacity of the main stakeholders to plan, develop and manage efforts to improve national OSH systems so that they can effectively protect young workers.
Explore this InfoStory to learn more about occupational safety and health for young people.
The SafeYouth@Work Action Plan aims at improving safety and health for young workers, by proposing key actions that should be considered by Governments, employers and employers’ organizations, workers’ and workers’ organizations, and young people and youth organizations.
This year, the World Day for Safety and Health at Work (SafeDay) and the World Day Against Child Labour (WDACL) are coming together in a joint campaign to improve the safety and health of young workers and end child labour.
The SafeYouth@Work Congress (2-6 September 2017) brought together 125 young employers, workers, unionists and students at the XXI World Congress for Safety and Health at Work to build a global network of young champions for occupational safety and health.
Debut SafeYouth@Work Media Competition launched in 2017 showcasing global youth voices on what safety and health means to them - more than 130 entries from some 20 countries.
The ILO SafeYouth@Work project aims to promote the occupational safety and health (OSH) of young workers, with a focus on those aged 15 to 24. SafeYouth@Work operates at a national systems level to build a sustainable and prevention-focused OSH culture. The US Department of Labor-funded project is a cornerstone of the ILO’s OSH Global Action for Prevention (OSH GAP) Flagship Programme.
The project aims to improve performance in four strategic areas: OSH Data and Information including reporting of occupational accidents and diseases, OSH Law and Policy, OSH Capacity and OSH Knowledge and Awareness.
Publications / Documentation
- Summary Report of Research Products Developed within the SafeYouth@Work project
- Improving OSH for Young Workers: A Self-Training Package
- SafeYouth@Work Impact Stories
- SafeYouth@Work - Project Results
- OSH Knowledge Attitude and Behaviour Survey
- SafeYouth@Work Action Plan
- Improving the Safety and Health of Young Workers
- SafeYouth@Work Project Flyer