Ukraine resources

  1. Technical recommendations to the ME draft Law "On Occupational Safety and Health of Workers" (version of 18 July 2021)

    28 July 2021

    This is the fifth set of the EU-ILO Project technical recommendations regarding the draft Law "On Occupational Safety and Health of Workers" of the Ministry of Economy (version of 18 July 2021). The purpose of these technical recommendations is to help to better align this draft law with the main applicable International and European Labour Standards and best practices.

  2. © ILO 2021

    Ukraine on the way to join ILO’s Seafarer’s Bill of Rights

    28 July 2021

    Ukraine is among the top four countries supplying maritime workers on ships around the globe. Last week, the Ukrainian government made an important step towards ratifying the ILO flagship Convention guaranteeing minimum working standards for all seafarers. On July 23, ILO handed over a detailed legal feasibility study to the Minister of Infrastructure on what is needed to ratify ILO's Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 (MLC) on quality shipping.

  3. Meet the Specialists: Iulia Drumea, Employers' organizations

    16 July 2021

    Iulia Drumea, Employers' Organizations Specialist explains how she supports ILO work with Employers organizations in Central and Eastern Europe. Employers organizations work to create a business-friendly environment for their members. The ILO service offer focuses on recommendations Employers can use to influence national policies and regulations on entreprises; assistance to develop better services to members; and advising Employers on how to improve performance and grow their membership.

  4. Meeting No. 3

    15 July 2021

  5. Supporting the implementation of EU directives on OSH – TV spot

    14 July 2021

    Watch the interview about the importance of implementing EU Directives on OSH into Ukrainian legislation and how the EU-ILO Project supports Ukraine on this path. Antonio Santos, EU-ILO Project Manager, for TV Channel 5 .

  6. SLS information and inspection visits on undeclared work in 2021

    07 July 2021

    Watch the interview of the Volodymyr Honcharuk, of the State Labour Service, for the Pryamiy TV Channel, about the information and inspection visits to employers to detect undeclared workers, carried out in 2021, as well as about the “Go to Light!” information and awareness-raising campaign supported by the EU-ILO Project.

  7. Technical note: Draft Law on Law on Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts of Ukraine Concerning Strengthening the Protection of Employees' Rights. Registered in the Parliament of Ukraine on 18.03.2021 under No. 5266.

    01 July 2021

  8. Technical recommendations to the draft CMU Resolution “On approval of the Minimum Requirements for the Provision of Safety and Health Protection Signs at Workstations”

    30 June 2021

    This is the second set of the EU-ILO Project technical recommendations regarding the draft of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine Resolution “On approval of the Minimum Requirements for the Provision of Safety and Health Protection Signs at Workstations”, developed by the State Labour Service of Ukraine. It aims to align national legislation with the Council Directive 92/58/EEC on the minimum requirements for the provision of safety and/or health signs at work.

  9. State Labour Service joined International Association of Labour Inspection

    16 June 2021

    The State Labour Service of Ukraine became a member of the International Association of Labour Inspection (IALI). It is the global professional association with more than 100 members worldwide.

  10. National Action Plan to Reduce Undeclared Work 2021

    16 June 2021

    The National Action Plan to Reduce Undeclared Work 2021 (National Action Plan) was adopted, on 27 April 2021, by the multilateral national Workgroup (WG) led by the State Labour Service (SLS). The WG integrates representatives, at national and regional levels, of public authorities (e.g., Ministry of Economy, State Labour Service, Pension Fund, Ministry of Social Policy, National Police, State Fiscal Service) and social partners (e.g., Federation of Employers of Ukraine, Confederation of Employers of Ukraine, and Federation of Trade Unions of Ukraine).