Nine Business Practices for Improving Safety and Health Through Supply Chains and Building a Culture of Prevention and Protection (in Korean)

Briefing note | 14 January 2022
An estimated 2.78 million workers die from occupational accidents and work-related diseases each year. An additional 374 million workers suffer from non-fatal occupational accidents. Improving safety, working conditions and providing adequate compensation in case of death or occupational injury are central to sustainable development and social inclusion.

Occupational safety and health (OSH) issues are significant parts of every business corporate responsibility.

The International Labour Organization and the United Nations Global Compact have diligently worked together to highlight the key practices to improve safety and health through supply chains and create a culture of prevention and protection.