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02 September 2019 - 13 September 2019

Employment injury schemes and the prevention of occupational accidents and diseases

02 September 2019 - 13 September 2019

Employment injury schemes and the prevention of occupational accidents and diseases

Employment injury schemes and the prevention of occupational accidents and diseases

Course Information

02 September 2019 - 13 September 2019

English

Turin Centre

Code: A9011995

English

Enrolment deadline: 26 July 2019

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Description

Description

The objective of this course is to strengthen the capacity of employment injury institutions to manage occupational accidents and diseases and promote preventive approaches to OSH. It disseminates the experience gained by the ILO and facilitates the sharing of selected innovative and successful strategies for promoting preventive and proactive OSH approaches to employment injury schemes.

Target audience

Target audience

The course is aimed at decision-makers from ministries and institutions responsible for social security and OSH, representatives of employers' and workers' organizations involved in the governance of OSH and social security, the technical staff of employment injury institutions, and representatives of training institutions involved in OSH and social security issues.

Objectives

Objectives

General objective

The general objective of the course is to strengthen the capacity of employment injury institutions for the management of the occupational accidents and diseases and the promotion of the prevention approach on occupational safety and health (OSH). 

Specific objectives

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

• Describe the ILO principles and experience on National OSH governance, and the role and functions of employment injury schemes in international labour standards and other related instruments.

• Describe the organizational models of the employment injury schemes of selected countries as well as its policies, strategies and best practices on prevention activities.

• Advise in the implementation of policies, strategies and approaches of employment injury schemes addressed to the prevention of occupational accidents and diseases.

• Establish conclusions and recommendations on the feasibility of applying different analysed approaches and experiences to national and institutional contexts.

• Transfer knowledge on the different best practices to promote OSH from the employment injury schemes.

Content

Content

• Introduction to occupational safety and health: ILO principles and fundamentals
• The ILO experiences and the international labour standards
• The employment injury institutions: structure and financing
• Compensation, medical assistance and rehabilitation
• National OSH governance
• The employment injury institutions and the function of prevention
• The recording and notification of occupational accidents and diseases
• The list of occupational accidents and diseases
• The costs of accidents: impact at the national level and at the enterprise level
• The economic incentives for prevention
• Information and technical assistance strategies
• The experiences of different national institutions: organizational models and selected best practices

Format and methodology

Format and methodology

The methodology will be centred on the participants and the learning process, with the support of facilitators. The training methodology will use active methods for learning, making use of  the knowledge and the experience of participants, promoting a permanent communication among participants, through group work and discussions, that will facilitate their own total integration and participation in the course activities.

Participants will also be presented with pertinent documentation as a follow-up to the presentations in order to expand their knowledge about the specified topics.

A permanent monitoring of the learning process will be conducted throughout the training by the course coordinator. At the end of the course, an individual end-of-course evaluation questionnaire will be used to allow participants to express their view about the training.

Language requirements

Language requirements

English

How to apply

How to apply

The cost of participation, excluding international air travel, is EURO 3,735 (course fees EURO 2,335 and participant subsistence, EURO 1,400) payable in advance by the participant or his or her sponsoring organization. This covers tuition fees; the use of training facilities and support services; training materials and books; accommodation and full board at the Centre’s campus; and emergency medical care and insurance.

Applications to participate in the course should be done “on line” on the following webpage:

https://oarf2.itcilo.org/SHF/A9011995/en

no later than 26 July 2019.

The filed-in application form should be accompanied by a nomination letter from the sponsoring institution, indicating how the participant will be financed. After that date, the course and the selected candidates will be confirmed and the instructions for the advanced payment will be provided.

The payment, cancellation and refunds policy of the ITCILO can be consulted on the following website:
http://www.itcilo.org/en/training-offer/how-to-apply

Contact us

spgt@itcilo.org

Costs

Tuition cost: 2335

Subsistence cost: 1400

Total cost: 3735

 

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