Estonia resources

  1. Estonia ratifies the Work in Fishing Convention, 2007 (No. 188)

    20 May 2016

  2. About the ILO in Estonia

    22 April 2016

  3. Crisis has aggravated long-term erosion of European middle class

    29 February 2016

    The financial crisis and changing employment relationships have caused the middle class in most EU countries to contract over the past decade.

  4. Trade unions’ role in ensuring occupational safety and health at railways of CIS and Baltic states – seminar in Astana

    09 July 2014

    On July 9, the first joint seminar for trade unions of railway workers from CIS and Baltic states ended its work in Kazakhstan’s capital Astana. It focused on trade unions’ role in ensuring occupational safety and health and traffic safety at railways of CIS and Baltic states.

  5. Living and working conditions in inland navigation in Europe

    20 December 2013

    This study explores various aspects of the inland navigation in the European region, addressing all the essential aspects in relation to the working and living conditions of the crews, including relevant laws and regulations, occupational safety and health, social security and enforcement, etc.

  6. Desk review of research on HIV/AIDS in the world of work

    31 July 2012

    This desk review was conducted by ILO/AIDS as part of the Inter-Agency Task Team on HIV workplace policies/programmes and private sector engagement (IATT/WPPS). It is based primarily on the research documents shared by the IATT members, covering vulnerability studies, stigma and discrimination studies, impact and cost-benefit studies.

  7. The Impact of the Crisis on Work Inequalities and Wages in Europe

    The International Labour Organization is organizing a press conference and presentation of recently published ILO books on Work Inequalities in the Crisis: Evidence from Europe and The Impact of the Crisis on Wages in South-East Europe and Hungary.

  8. Estonia

    29 May 2011

  9. Victims of trafficking for forced labour are difficult to identify, HEUNI says

    01 May 2011

    A new three country study takes a comprehensive look at trafficking for forced labour in Finland, Poland and Estonia. The study shows that the level of awareness of trafficking for forced labour is generally low in the three countries, and situations of exploitation are difficult for authorities and other actors to identify.

  10. Chemical Exposure Limits

    16 February 2011

    Recommended or mandatory occupational exposure limits (OELs) have been developed in many countries for airborne exposure to gases, vapours and particulates. The most widely used limits, called threshold limit values (TLVs), are those issued in the United States of America by the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH).