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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: 822850.5 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_161520.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: 822631.4 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...cuments/policy/wcms_182422.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: 822448.6 - https://www.ilo.org/jakarta/wh...WCMS_810837/lang--ja/index.htm
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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: 822327.8 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...tiveinstrument/wcms_107799.pdf
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GLP for Processing/Packing Factories •Orientation to GLP •Fundamental Labour Rights •Human Resource Management •Working Conditions and Workplace  Cooperation •Occupational Health and Safety •Corrective Action and Follow‐up GLP for the Primary Processing  workplaces •Orientation to GLP, • Self‐Assessment •2‐day GLP training module •Workplace improvement Plan •Follow‐up module (improvements made,  medium and long term issues)   PART II. (...) Training Curriculum (2‐day program)  Day 1: Core Labour Standard and Human Resource Management    Child Labour (age verification)   Forced Labour   Discrimination   Recruitment and contracts  Day 2: Working Conditions and Workplace Cooperation    Compensation and Benefits   Occupational Safety and Health    Effective Communication and Workplace Communication   Migrant Welfare    PART II. (...) Termination and retrenchment    Day 3: Working Conditions and Workplace Cooperation    Working Conditions  •  Wages and Compensation   •  Working hours  •  Migrant Welfare    Effective Communication and Workplace Cooperation   •  Effective Communication  •  Workplace cooperation  •  Listen to worker’s voice      PART II.
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Score: 822193.6 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_221562.pdf
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ILO-KADIN forge a partnership to improve OSH and COVID-19 prevention at workplace The ILO and the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN) have joined forces to strengthen the protection of workers as well as business continuity by improving occupational safety and health (OSH) management and COVID-19 prevention measures in the workplace. (...) The two partners sign a formal agreement today (9/3) through a virtual meeting to enforce the initiative pertaining to workplace strategies to prevent and reduce transmission and maintain healthy business operations in each workplace, while bolstering awareness on the preventive culture through ILO’s COVID-19 risk assessment service . (...) Other benefits offered by the risk assessment service for businesses include steps and means to ensure business continuity, leverage resources and networks to maximise workers safety and health protection, improve workplace resilience and enhance social dialogues between employers and workers at the enterprise level to create a safe workplace environment.
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Score: 821938.3 - https://www.ilo.org/jakarta/in...WCMS_839304/lang--ja/index.htm
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Western Pacific Philippines Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / WHO, PBSP Team Up For Healthy CHANGE in Workplaces WHO, PBSP Team Up For Healthy CHANGE in Workplaces 12 November 2012 News release Manila, Philippines   World Health Organization-Philippines and Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP) launched their partnership to promote healthy change in workplaces in a meeting at the Manila Hotel, Manila. WHO and PBSP agreed to collaborate for the implementation of the iFLY Keep Fit, Live Well, Stay Young Programme in the workplaces of PBSP’s corporate members and partners. WHO will provide technical assistance, and PBSP will facilitate implementation in workplaces. The IFLY Programme is a healthy workplace initiative which endeavors to promote healthy CHANGE in the workplace.
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Score: 821914.8 - https://www.who.int/philippine...r-healthy-change-in-workplaces
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What do you mean by workplace conflict? Conflict is a part of life. It is natural, inevitable and even necessary. (...) Effective handling of workplace-related conflict requires making sense of it, understanding its complexity and learning new tools. (...) How can I request a mediation for a workplace issue? After discussion with one of our ombudsman or conflict-resolution experts, you may choose to invite the other party/parties to resolve the workplace issue with a mediation .
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Score: 821387.1 - https://www.un.org/ombudsman/resources/faq
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Twitter YouTube Facebook LinkedIn Flickr Instagram RSS feeds ILO home About the ILO Newsroom News Economic and Social Councils adopt declaration to promote workplace compliance ... Global Forum on Workplace Compliance Economic and Social Councils adopt declaration to promote workplace compliance An international meeting in The Hague on workplace compliance concludes with a course of action for national social dialogue institutions. (...) After reiterating the importance of the Fundamental Principles on which the ILO was founded, ESCs have, among other commitments, affirmed to: Reinforce their actions at national level on this important matter; Further engage in the national debate on promoting workplace compliance including in global supply chains; Mobilize all available resources towards addressing the issue of workplace compliance; Enhance the role and capacity of their members especially the social partners; Cooperate with enforcement agencies and national and international organisations of employers and workers to strengthen their role and capacity to promote workplace compliance. (...) ESCs requested the ILO to facilitate the exchange of experiences amongst tripartite constituents on the formulation and implementation of integrated workplace compliance strategies, analyse the trends on workplace compliance in the world and in global supply chains, and offer expertise to help ESCs to formulate strategies aimed at strengthening their capacity on this issue.
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Score: 821141.7 - https://www.ilo.org/global/abo...WCMS_420198/lang--en/index.htm
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For example, workers who are heavily exposed to second hand tobacco smoke at their workplaces have double the risk of developing lung cancer compared to those working in a smoke-free environment. (...) "The control of carcinogens in the workplace should be a key component of every national cancer control programme," said Dr Andreas Ullrich, WHO Medical Officer for cancer control. (...) Some of the simple interventions that can prevent hundreds of thousands of unnecessary deaths and suffering from occupational cancer are: stop the use of asbestos; introduce benzene-free organic solvents and technologies that convert the carcinogenic chromium into a non-carcinogenic form; ban tobacco use at the workplace; and provide protective clothes for people working in the sun WHO provides policy recommendations to help countries stop the use of carcinogens in the workplace, and provides health ministries with the latest information to frame health arguments and legislation to rid workplaces of carcinogens.
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Score: 821141.7 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...cer-through-healthy-workplaces
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