Webinar ILO - UN Global Compact
7 November 2014
A one hour webinar with ILO experts dealing with occupational safety health and the construction sector to discuss the challenges of protecting workers. The webinar aims to provide practical guidance to enterprises wishing to make health and safety an integral part of their business model.
07 June 2013
This training package on risk assessment and management at the workplace seeks primarily to empower owners and managers of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to take action themselves to improve safety and health conditions in their workplaces.
SCORE is a modular training programme that focuses on developing cooperative relations at the workplace. The five SCORE modules cover workplace cooperation, quality management, clean production, human resource management, and occupational health and safety.
01 March 2006
This paper discusses how improved occupational safety and health contributes both to reducing human suffering and also to increasing the quality and quantity of jobs.
28 April 2003
Through standard-setting activities, the development of guidelines and codes of practice as well as through international collaboration and cooperation, we provide reference points for action, practical instruments and assistance to make workplaces safer. This Report sets out the challenges that we face and points the way ahead.
01 April 2002
Globalisation of the economy has intensified over the recent years and, together with the development of the new information and telecommunications technology, it is bringing about radical changes in society, comparable to those produced during the industrial revolution. Occupational safety and health (OSH) cannot ignore those changes. And, in this context, the greatest challenge for the countries is the transformation of the difficulties involved in adapting to the new situation into opportunities for the future development of OSH.
01 February 2002
The objective of this publication is to provide a practical evaluation tool to entrepreneurs and all those actively involved in the decision making within enterprises, to meet this challenge by creating healthier and more productive workplaces. An attempt to present practical tools of a different type is given in this publication.