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Western Pacific Philippines Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / WHO supports efforts to enhance workplace safety systems to curb the spread of COVID-19 in the Philippines WHO supports efforts to enhance workplace safety systems to curb the spread of COVID-19 in the Philippines 17 May 2021 Highlights Workplace transmission of COVID-19 continues to be a challenge in the Philippines and dedicated efforts are needed to break the chains of transmission to save lives and livelihoods. To enhance workplace safety, the World Health Organization (WHO) Country Office in the Philippines, in partnership with the Department of Health (DOH) Center for Health Development Metro Manila and in collaboration with the Occupational Safety and Health Center (OSHC) of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) conducted a session on ‘COVID-19 Response in the Workplace’ for safety officers of local government units (LGUs) on 30 April 2021. (...) As we support the response to the pandemic, we also need to support economic revival though ensuring safety of workplaces. The health and safety of our entire workforce is of paramount importance,” said Dr Rabindra Abeyasinghe, WHO Representative to the Philippines.
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Score: 827894 - https://www.who.int/philippine...of-covid-19-in-the-philippines
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Western Pacific Philippines Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Feature stories / Detail / Webinar Series Addresses COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control in the Workplace Webinar Series Addresses COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control in the Workplace 5 November 2020 In response to the reports of COVID-19 infections in workplaces around the country, the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) hosted a series of webinars to tackle issues and concerns related to COVID-19 in the workplace last 1-4 September 2020.  (...) The webinar was able to answer questions on workplace infections including aerosol transmissions and common infection routes. (...) If we do so, we are protecting everyone else in the workplace and elsewhere,” Dr. Miguel Mantaring of the Department of Health said to webinar participants.
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Score: 827330.9 - https://www.who.int/philippine...n-and-control-in-the-workplace
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Practical improvements for stress prevention in the workplace Stress prevention at work checkpoints This manual aims at reviewing workplace stress issues. (...) The checkpoints represent simple, low-cost workplace improvements readily applicable in different working situations. (...) There are three main ways of using this manual: • applying selected checkpoints in the manual to the workplace by means of locally adapted, handy checklists; • making ready-to-use information sheets; and • organizing training workshops for planning and implementing immediate workplace changes.
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Score: 827330.9 - https://www.ilo.org/global/top...WCMS_177108/lang--en/index.htm
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Practical improvements for stress prevention in the workplace Stress prevention at work checkpoints This manual aims at reviewing workplace stress issues. (...) The checkpoints represent simple, low-cost workplace improvements readily applicable in different working situations. (...) There are three main ways of using this manual: • applying selected checkpoints in the manual to the workplace by means of locally adapted, handy checklists; • making ready-to-use information sheets; and • organizing training workshops for planning and implementing immediate workplace changes.
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Score: 827330.9 - https://www.ilo.org/global/top...WCMS_177108/lang--ja/index.htm
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L uv ira thailand 2 Trade unions promoting disability inclusion in the workplace The challenge Many women and men with disabilities can and want to work. (...) At the workplace, accessibility audits have also been supported by trade unions, in particular, TTUC and SERC. (...) Trade union representatives benefit from training with regard to workers with disabilities in the • workplace to understand the needs that their disabled co-workers might have, such as the need for workplace accommodations, and knowledge of the obligations that employers might have under national legislation that protect the rights of people with disabilities.
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Score: 826992.5 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_161520.pdf
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Commercial Opportunities Search results User account menu Log in online 01 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022 Workplace Mental Health and Well-being: Lead and Learn Management Leadership Language English Duration up to 1 week Enroll by 31 Dec 2022 Price Free Location ONLINE Target UN Only Contact us leadershipandmanagement@unssc.org Breadcrumb Home Courses Workplace Mental Health and Well Being Lead and Learn Share on f l t Download PDF "Workplace Mental Health and Well-being: Lead and Learn" is a unique self-paced learning path developed by the UN Workplace Mental Health and Well-Being Strategy Team in close cooperation with the UN System Staff College. The objective is to ensure that managers and leaders have the knowledge, skills, and accountability to support staff and create a thriving workplace. Introduction Leaders and managers play a crucial role in creating a workplace that enhances mental and physical health and well-being, as well as supporting staff who live with mental health challenges. (...) Course methodology "Workplace Mental Health and Well-being: Lead and Learn" is a structured learning path.
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Score: 826925.4 - https://www.unssc.org/courses/...-and-well-being-lead-and-learn
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Code of Practice EP Disability Champions Programme for the Trade Unions in Thailand 3 Sept. 2010 ILO Code of Practice: Management of Disability in the Workplace Decent Work for Persons with Disabilities ILO standards on Disability ILO Convention 159 concerning vocational rehabilitation and employment (disabled persons), 1983 ILO Recommendation 168, 1983 ILO Convention 111 on discrimination, (1958) UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities ILO Code of Practice: Managing Disability in the Workplace, 2001 ILO Code of Practice OBJECTIVE: provide practical guidance on the management of disability issues in the workplace KEY AREAS OF GUIDANCE: Equal opportunities in the workplace Improved employment prospects Safe, accessible and healthy workplace Minimal employer costs associated with disability Maximal contributions of workers with disabilities to the enterprise Actors of the Code of Practice Private and Public Sector employers Employer’s organizations Workers’ organizations Public sector agencies Persons with disabilities Organizations of disabled persons Other workers 1. (...) The disability management strategy Provisions: recruiting jobseekers with disabilities, equal opportunities, job retention Link: workplace level policy Coherence: National policies and laws Involvement of workers’ organizations and disabled workers Cooperate with the employment services Employers’ Organizations: advocacy Savings: health costs, insurance payments and time lost 2. Duties of Authorities Advocate for and include the principle of inclusive workplaces in the national legislation Facilitate employers’ efforts in the management of disability Exchange information on disability management in the workplace: what works what does not work, development of techniques and technology, work placement systems, job matching.
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Score: 826847.2 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...s/presentation/wcms_144864.pdf
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In addition, many of the well known conventional hazards will continue to be present at the workplace till the risks arising from exposure to these hazards are brought under adequate control. (...) Focusing on prevention strategies and monitoring performance through improved data collection system on work related injuries and diseases. 2.7 Developing and providing required technical manpower and knowledge in the areas of safety, health and environment at workplaces in different sectors. 2.8 Promoting inclusion of safety, health and environment, improvement at workplaces as an important component in other relevant national policy documents. 2.9 Including safety and occupational health as an integral part of every operation. 3. OBJECTIVES: 3.1 The policy seeks to bring the national objectives into focus as a step towards improvement in safety, health and environment at workplace. The objectives are to achieve:- a) Continuous reduction in the incidence of work related injuries, fatalities, diseases, disasters and loss of national assets. b) Improved coverage of work related injuries, fatalities and diseases and provide for a more comprehensive data base for facilitating better performance and monitoring. c) Continuous enhancement of community awareness regarding safety, health and environment at workplace related areas. d) Continually increasing community expectation of workplace health and safety standards. 5 e) Improving safety, health and environment at workplace by creation of “green jobs” contributing to sustainable enterprise development. 4.
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Score: 826823.4 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...cuments/policy/wcms_182422.pdf
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Alcohol- and drug-related issues in the workplace VI The practical recommendations of this code of practice are intended to provide guidance to all those who have responsibility for addressing alcohol- and drug-related problems at the workplace. (...) Workers and their representatives should respect all laws and regulations applicable to alcohol and drugs in the workplace. Alcohol- and drug-related issues in the workplace 8 2.3.2. (...) Development of an alcohol and drug policy for the workplace 3.1. Cooperation between the social partners 3.1.1.
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Score: 826640.6 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...tiveinstrument/wcms_107799.pdf
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Launch Event of “Enhancing COVID-19 Prevention at and through Workplaces” Project The Project aims at assisting business re-opening and continuation by helping enhance COVID-19 prevention measures at and through workplaces. Type: Seminar When: 6 July 2021 Where: Online, 13:30 - 16:00 (Bangkok Time) Contact(s): Abdul Hakim, Project Coordinator of the ILO's Enhancing the Prevention of COVID-19 at and through Workplaces Project With an urgency to save and create jobs for Indonesia to emerge from the COVID-19 crisis stronger and productive, the ILO and its partners launch the “Enhancing COVID-19 Prevention at and through Workplaces” project with the funding support of the Government of Japan. The project aims at assisting business re-opening and continuation by helping enhance COVID-19 prevention measures at and through workplaces. OSH doctors will advise infection risk reduction at 1,500 workplaces using risk assessment tools that the ILO and the IDKI developed for the project.
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Score: 826452.9 - https://www.ilo.org/jakarta/wh...WCMS_810837/lang--ja/index.htm
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