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In addition, I would like to promote a policy option related to the need for integrated mobility strategies. Trips to the workplace represent one third of the overall mobility demand. 80% of workers get to work mainly by motor vehicles, 61% of which are single-occupant vehicles. (...) had already been put in place in several workplaces in Spain, Belgium, Italy, UK and the US, and are detailed in a recent publication by ISTAS on good practices related to sustainable mobility at the workplace, that will be soon included in the Matrix.
Language:English
Score: 751472.46 - https://sdgs.un.org/ar/node/10145
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In addition, I would like to promote a policy option related to the need for integrated mobility strategies. Trips to the workplace represent one third of the overall mobility demand. 80% of workers get to work mainly by motor vehicles, 61% of which are single-occupant vehicles. (...) had already been put in place in several workplaces in Spain, Belgium, Italy, UK and the US, and are detailed in a recent publication by ISTAS on good practices related to sustainable mobility at the workplace, that will be soon included in the Matrix.
Language:English
Score: 751472.46 - https://sdgs.un.org/ru/node/10145
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Economic benefits of workplace programmes: The costs of not having a workplace programme far exceed the cost of having one. Six workplaces in three countries (Namibia, Kenya and Zambia) undertook positive cost-benefit analyses. (...) Successful workplace responses to HIV and AIDS are significant for an AIDS-free future in Africa.
Language:English
Score: 751468.75 - https://www.ilo.org/global/abo...WCMS_363020/lang--en/index.htm
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Economic benefits of workplace programmes: The costs of not having a workplace programme far exceed the cost of having one. Six workplaces in three countries (Namibia, Kenya and Zambia) undertook positive cost-benefit analyses. (...) Successful workplace responses to HIV and AIDS are significant for an AIDS-free future in Africa.
Language:English
Score: 751468.75 - https://www.ilo.org/global/abo...WCMS_363020/lang--ja/index.htm
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Workplace solutions for childcare Many parents cannot rely on family support networks to look after children while they work. (...) Governments have tried to encourage workplace programmes in some countries whereas in others, with no specific encouragement from government, workplace initiatives have occurred, although to a lesser extent. (...) Workplace solutions for different needs There are four main types of childcare programmes that are linked to the parents’ workplace: on- or off-site company childcare centre; facility in the community which is linked to the workplace; some form of financial support (childcare vouchers, funds or subsidies); and advice and referral services to help find facilities and support.
Language:English
Score: 751206.8 - https://www.ilo.org/global/pub...WCMS_105192/lang--it/index.htm
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Workplace solutions for childcare Many parents cannot rely on family support networks to look after children while they work. (...) Governments have tried to encourage workplace programmes in some countries whereas in others, with no specific encouragement from government, workplace initiatives have occurred, although to a lesser extent. (...) Workplace solutions for different needs There are four main types of childcare programmes that are linked to the parents’ workplace: on- or off-site company childcare centre; facility in the community which is linked to the workplace; some form of financial support (childcare vouchers, funds or subsidies); and advice and referral services to help find facilities and support.
Language:English
Score: 751206.8 - https://www.ilo.org/global/pub...WCMS_105192/lang--en/index.htm
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Smoking in the workplace raises operational costs and reduces productivity by adversely affecting the health of workers. (...) They can establish smoke-free workplaces and offer support to employees who wish to quit. Participating businesses can share experiences in going smoke-free and invite other businesses to also commit to smoke-free workplaces. Workers can learn about how to make workplaces smoke-free at the campaign website, and they can request their management to implement a smoke-free workplace policy.
Language:English
Score: 750820.4 - https://www.who.int/westernpac...o-create-smoke-free-workplaces
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Workplace solutions Throughout the case studies detailed in Workplace solutions for childcare, a common theme in parents’ reactions to childcare programmes is their concern about the quality of the care that their children are receiving. (...) This book shows how helpful workplace initiatives have been in addressing the problems of some workers. (...) By looking at how workplace actors have engaged at policy and workplace levels, and by showing how partnerships and support for childcare have been organized and funded, as well as the limitations and challenges they face, this book should be helpful to policy-makers and workplace partners who are concerned with finding practical solutions for childcare.
Language:English
Score: 750763.67 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...ts/publication/wcms_145932.pdf
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Workplace solutions Throughout the case studies detailed in Workplace solutions for childcare, a common theme in parents’ reactions to childcare programmes is their concern about the quality of the care that their children are receiving. (...) This book shows how helpful workplace initiatives have been in addressing the problems of some workers. (...) By looking at how workplace actors have engaged at policy and workplace levels, and by showing how partnerships and support for childcare have been organized and funded, as well as the limitations and challenges they face, this book should be helpful to policy-makers and workplace partners who are concerned with finding practical solutions for childcare.
Language:English
Score: 750763.67 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_145932.pdf
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The FSC suggests that focus on chemical safety in the workplace be suitably incorporated within the current and expanding framework of IFCS’s action plans and priorities. (...) Programme Area B – Harmonization of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals The Globally Harmonized System (GHS) for the Classification and Labelling of Chemicals has taken due consideration of chemicals in the workplace. In its implementation, however, there are areas that require emphasis and attention to specific needs with respect to workplaces. (...) Recommended action items: • Establish a means of developing and updating internationally evaluated sources of information on chemicals in the workplace by intergovernmental organizations, in forms and languages suitable for use by workplace participants. • Make the information on workplace chemicals from intergovernmental organizations readily and conveniently available to employers, employees and governments. • Facilitate the development and updating of information on workplace chemicals by reliable sources in forms and languages suitable for workplace participants and the ready and convenient access to that information by employers, employees and governments. • Promote the establishment of a National SafeWork Programme, including the ratification and implementation of ILO Conventions 170, 174 and 184. • Implement an integrated approach to the safe use of chemicals in the workplace by establishing new mechanisms to expand and update ILO Conventions related to hazardous substances and linking these to various other actions, such as those associated with codes, information dissemination, enforcement, technical co-operation, etc.
Language:English
Score: 748501.6 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...forums/forum4/en/08w_f4_en.pdf
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