The ILO seeks to create worldwide awareness of the dimensions and consequences of work-related accidents, injuries and diseases as these are estimated to kill over two million workers each year.
In addition, the ILO aims to secure basic protection for all workers through international labour standards. The Centre’s training activities seek to enhance the capacity of member States and industry to design and implement policies that provide both prevention and protection.
The International Training Centre of the ILO, in collaboration with SafeWork (the ILO programme which promotes OSH), organizes this course in Turin to acquaint participants with international guidelines and principles of the ILO and the experience of consolidated and successful national OSH systems and programmes. Read More
The Academy will provide participants with a unique opportunity to gain new insights, share experiences and reflect on key issues, trends and challenges relating to workplace compliance through labour inspection. Read More
Small and micro enterprises (SMEs) are an important part of a nation's economic activities, however, due to the deficits in both human and financial resources, SMEs tend to have higher rates of work-related accident and diseases. Read More
Master Trainers' Meeting
A mid-term evaluation of the project on “Improving Working Conditions in the Ready Made Garment (RMG) Programme” was conducted this April in Dhaka, Bangladesh Read More
The Centre in Kuwait
The Centre carried out a Training of Trainers’ Certification course for Labour Inspectors and other officials from the Public Authority of Manpower in Kuwait. Read More