Academy on Workplace Compliance through Labour Inspection

Academy on Workplace Compliance through Labour Inspection

Academy on Workplace Compliance through Labour Inspection

25 November–6 December 2019
The course is available in English, Français, Español, العربية (Flyer)

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.

Key features
Simultaneous interpretation

All plenary sessions are available in all four languages

Participatory approach

Methods include discussions, group exercises, and case studies

Elective sessions

Participants customize their learning with subject-specific courses

Introduction to the course

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.

Who attends this course?

Labour administration/inspection officials; representatives of workers' and employers' organizations; ILO officials and staff of technical cooperation projects; experts, researchers, trainers and consultants in labour-related issues.

What topics does this academy cover?

This two-week academy helps participants strengthen labour inspection systems through workplace compliance.

  • Future of work: the role of labour inspection
  • Labour inspection in agriculture: perspectives and practices
  • Labour inspection planning
  • Labour inspection workflow
  • Information, technology and communication for labour inspection
  • Labour inspection statistics
  • Business case for labour inspection
  • Fundamental principles and rights at work
  • Forced labour and migrant workers
  • Labour inspection and child labour
  • Labour inspection campaigns
  • Labour inspection and occupational safety and health
  • Occupational safety and health in construction
  • Labour inspection and informal economy
  • Occupational safety and health in agriculture
  • Labour inspection and OSH management systems
  • Labour inspection and psychosocial factors
  • Labour inspection and social security
  • Labour inspection in SMEs
  • Labour inspection in global supply chains
  • Labour inspection and domestic workers
  • ILO labour inspection guidelines
  • Labour inspection careers
  • Training of labour inspectors
  • Conciliation/mediation and labour inspection
  • Employment relationship challenges
  • Non-standard forms of employment
  • Violence and harassment at work: the role of labour inspection
What will I learn?
  • Describe the future of work and the role of labour inspection
  • Promote the fundamental principles and rights at work
  • Make a business case for labour inspection
What will I be able to do?
  • Implement an efficient planning and workflow for labour inspection
  • Design effective labour inspection campaigns
  • Apply the ILO labour inspection guidelines
  • Plan and conduct occupational safety and health inspection
  • Design labour inspection activities in agriculture
  • Identify compliance issues in global supply chains
  • Apply a specific labour inspection methodology to the informal economy
Why should I join?

The Turin Centre is known for its unconventional and highly effective learning methodologies.

  • Participants learn from experts’ presentations, group discussions, and case studies.
  • Subject matter specialists combine plenary sessions with elective activities.
  • This academy was designed in partnership with the Labour Administration, Labour Inspection, and Occupational Safety and Health team of the ILO.

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