A new training tool for health and safety in the workplace
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The Centre’s training methods include videos and online demos
Start learning early, then keep the conversation flowing
The EOSH training package is a suite of 29 modules covering a selection of themes and topics that promote a general culture of health and safety at work, as well as specific risks and issues. It includes:
The 29 modules are offered in an engaging and interactive online format. Users have a dynamic learning experience with online activities, videos, and additional resources.
Eye-catching infographics present the content and material with a cutting-edge approach, while memory aids and animations keep the learning process fresh.
The package features a modular approach. Users can select among the 29 modules and create the course to best suit their needs.
The EOSH package is designed to be used from computers, tablets, and mobile phones. It is always accessible, even with low bandwidth connections.
The EOSH package is flexible and offers a multi-tool suite of modules. Topics cut across several OSH issues applicable to different sectors of activities and audiences.
The EOSH package is designed to be used by Employers’ and Business Member Organizations (EBMOs). It simplifies the setup of OSH training services for members and helps to attract new ones.
The ITCILO can adapt the EOSH suite to train other entities and organizations, according to their needs. Overall, the package contributes to the ILO mandate to promote health and safety at the workplace. These entities may include companies, ministries, institutions and ILO constituents.
The open house is an opportunity to celebrate the launch of the new EOSH training package.
From 8 to 19 June, invited guests will have free access to the platform to discover the new material and experience its new format.
Throughout the course, four webinars will take guests through the key innovations of the new EOSH package, the modalities to launch the EOSH training, and its benefits.
Over two weeks, participants will be able to explore the 29 modules. They will engage and exchange with the ITCILO team, OSH experts, and the other participants in the open house via the ITCILO E-Campus.
Participants are invited to join four webinars, which provide an in-depth look at the new features and the opportunities of the EOSH:
The open house will target EBMOs leaders, EOSH trainers, ILO colleagues, donors, and other organizations interested in promoting occupational safety and health.
Do you want to take part in the open house?
Due to limited availability, only confirmed participants will receive the credentials to access the platform.
Sandro Pettineo and Rachida Zingara