4 - 7 February 2014
As part of the overall effort in Indonesia to strengthen safety and health at work in the country and in particularly in the construction industry, the Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration (MOMT) has requested the ILO to support them in launching the Work Improvement at Small Construction Sites (WISCON) approach, which is a training approach specifically targeting small construction companies.
25 - 29 November 2012
Young people make up a huge segment of Bangladesh’s population; almost 60 million people are below 18 years of age. Many of them, due to a lack of access to quality education, support their families through employment in the informal sector. In Bangladesh, this sector is characterized by low-skilled, repetitive work options and occupational health and safety hazards.
20 - 22 June 2012
DWT/CO-Budapest and the ILO’s International Training Center organized a workshop on effective occupational safety and health law making for 30 representatives of government, including labour inspectors, and social partners, from 20 to 22 June 2012, in Tirana, Albania.
20 - 28 February 2010
Following ILO’s strategy on Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) in Moldova to create a safety culture for all workers and employers, the ILO organized several training sessions for Moldovan labour inspectors as well as for officials of workers’ and employers’ organizations on workplace risk management.