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The ILO Code: 10 Key Principles Recognition of HIV/AIDS as a workplace issue Non-discrimination on the basis of real or perceived HIV status Gender equality must be an integral consideration in a workplace response Healthy work environment for all concerned parties Social dialogue in developing and implementing a workplace strategy No screening for purposes of exclusion from employment Confidentiality of HIV-related personal information Continuation of employment relationship Prevention strategies in the workplace Care and support for infected and affected workers In 2007, ILO’s constituents decided that the time had come to raise the HIV response in the world of work to a different level through the development and adoption of an international labour standard on HIV and AIDS and the world of work, The aim was to ensure optimal utilization of the potential of the workplace in the global, regional and national responses towards universal access to prevention, treatment, care and support. (...) ILO accelerated its workplace response in 2003, mainly in partnership with the United States Department of Labor and the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries. (...) As a result of these initiatives, several countries, including Belize, Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago have adopted national workplace policies on HIV and AIDS and established sustainable workplace programmes.
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Score: 736843.2 - www.ilo.org/caribbean/a...ction/aaids/lang--en/index.htm
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The ILO Code: 10 Key Principles Recognition of HIV/AIDS as a workplace issue Non-discrimination on the basis of real or perceived HIV status Gender equality must be an integral consideration in a workplace response Healthy work environment for all concerned parties Social dialogue in developing and implementing a workplace strategy No screening for purposes of exclusion from employment Confidentiality of HIV-related personal information Continuation of employment relationship Prevention strategies in the workplace Care and support for infected and affected workers In 2007, ILO’s constituents decided that the time had come to raise the HIV response in the world of work to a different level through the development and adoption of an international labour standard on HIV and AIDS and the world of work, The aim was to ensure optimal utilization of the potential of the workplace in the global, regional and national responses towards universal access to prevention, treatment, care and support. (...) ILO accelerated its workplace response in 2003, mainly in partnership with the United States Department of Labor and the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries. (...) As a result of these initiatives, several countries, including Belize, Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago have adopted national workplace policies on HIV and AIDS and established sustainable workplace programmes.
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Score: 736843.2 - https://www.ilo.org/caribbean/...ction/aaids/lang--en/index.htm
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1 InSIGHT Project - Industries and Workplaces for Sustainable and Inclusive Growth through Tripartite Dialogue and Sharing of Good Practices, Tools and Knowledge Promote industries and workplaces to drive sustainable and inclusive growth in the Asian region, through mechanisms, tools and good practices learned from ILO projects on green business, OSH and industrial relations. (...) Funded by the Government of Japan, the InSIGHT Project is aimed to strengthen policy dialogue and institutional capacities to promote sustainable and inclusive growth in industries and workplaces. It is also aimed to enhance local tripartite structures and support systems to foster sustainability, competitiveness and socially responsible business practices at sector and workplace levels. (...) The InSIGHT Project aims to demonstrate this same guiding principle through its practical approaches in the workplace, which enable both employers and workers to act collaboratively towards this goal.
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Score: 736366.06 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...tdocumentation/wcms_625344.pdf
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In many countries employers are legally requi- red to assess the risks in their workplace so that they can put in place a plan to control these risks. 6 The concept of a workplace risk assessment is that it is a continual, on- going process – like a film on a loop. It is not a snapshot of a workplace, which can be likened to a workplace inspection. (...) Remember: ■ some workers have particular needs; ■ people who may not be in the workplace all the time; ■ members of the public; ■ if the workplace is shared think about how the work affects others present.
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Score: 736025.7 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_232886.pdf
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"Today, the instability of many types of jobs places huge pressures on workplaces, and we're seeing more of these forms of violence." (...) In Malaysia, 11,851 rape and molestation cases at the workplace were reported between 1997 and May 2001. (...) In 2004, the ILO Code of Practice, Workplace violence in services sectors and measures to combat this phenomenon ( Note 2 ), was published to address the extent and severity of workplace violence in various service sector industries.
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Score: 735830.03 - www.ilo.org/rome/risors...WCMS_070505/lang--en/index.htm
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"Today, the instability of many types of jobs places huge pressures on workplaces, and we're seeing more of these forms of violence." (...) In Malaysia, 11,851 rape and molestation cases at the workplace were reported between 1997 and May 2001. (...) In 2004, the ILO Code of Practice, Workplace violence in services sectors and measures to combat this phenomenon ( Note 2 ), was published to address the extent and severity of workplace violence in various service sector industries.
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Score: 735830.03 - https://www.ilo.org/rome/risor...WCMS_070505/lang--en/index.htm
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WHO calls for prevention of cancer through healthy workplaces Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. (...) "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: 735830.03 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...cer-through-healthy-workplaces
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AIDS is an issue at every workplace, and worsens every decent work deficit. 4. (...) The employer will pay costs at the workplace while the donor extends access by sponsoring treatment of spouses and children. 10. (...) The code has been instrumental in strengthening the involvement of the private sector in action against HIV/AIDS, guiding the extension of workplace programmes to the community level, and bringing the workplace perspective and issues into national AIDS programmes and global efforts.
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Score: 735658.4 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...lm/gb/docs/gb288/pdf/esp-3.pdf
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AIDS is an issue at every workplace, and worsens every decent work deficit. 4. (...) The employer will pay costs at the workplace while the donor extends access by sponsoring treatment of spouses and children. 10. (...) The code has been instrumental in strengthening the involvement of the private sector in action against HIV/AIDS, guiding the extension of workplace programmes to the community level, and bringing the workplace perspective and issues into national AIDS programmes and global efforts.
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Score: 735658.4 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...lm/gb/docs/gb288/pdf/esp-3.pdf
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ILO calls for increased awareness and a collective effort regarding workplace stress The World Day for Safety and Health at Work is celebrated on 28 April 2016 with the theme “Workplace stress: a collective challenge”. (...) Workplace stress result from psychosocial factors at the workplace and is caused by an imbalance between demands made on persons and the resources they have available to cope with those demands. (...) Furthermore, it is essential to ensure that workers are given an effective voice at workplaces to enable them to articulate their concerns, and that the establishment of social support systems for workers at the workplace is encouraged.
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Score: 735107 - https://www.ilo.org/ankara/new...WCMS_475100/lang--en/index.htm
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