Recognizing the great challenge that governments, employers, workers and whole societies are facing worldwide to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, ILO International Labour Organization will focus the World Day for Safety and Health at Work on addressing the outbreak of infectious diseases at work, focusing on the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Concern is growing over the continuing rise in COVID-19 infections in some parts of the world and the ability to sustain declining rates in others. Governments, employers, workers and their organizations face enormous challenges as they try to combat the COVID-19 pandemic and protect safety and health at work. Beyond the immediate crisis, there are also concerns about resuming activity in a manner that sustains progress made in suppressing transmission.
The World Day for Safety and Health at Work will focus on addressing the outbreak of infectious diseases at work, focussing on the COVID-19 pandemic. The aim is to stimulate national tripartite dialogue on safety and health at work. The ILO is using this day to raise awareness on the adoption of safe practices in workplaces and the role that occupational safety and health (OSH) services play. It will also focus on the medium to long-term, including recovery and future preparedness, in particular, integrating measures into OSH management systems and policies at the national and enterprise levels.”
ILO Report: In the face of a pandemic: Ensuring Safety and Health at Work
Toolbox: Clever Risk Management Online – a digital and collaborative way of risk management to support your organization in an efficient, inclusive and safe way at a distance and online.
April 28 , 3 pm (Geneva) ILO Webinar Stop the pandemic: Safety and health at work can save lives
April 29, 10 am (Stockholm) Clever Digifika – a digital fika on workrelated topics “Riskmanagement in the after effects of Corona” with Clever Collaboration Group CEO Pierre Wettergren (In swedish / english)