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21 October 2019 - 01 November 2019

National programmes and systems of occupational safety and health

21 October 2019 - 01 November 2019

National programmes and systems of occupational safety and health

National programmes and systems of occupational safety and health

Course Information

21 October 2019 - 01 November 2019

English

Turin Centre

Code: A9012026

English

Enrolment deadline: 13 September 2019

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Description

Description

The International Training Centre of the ILO, in collaboration with LabAdmin/OSH (the ILO programme which promotes OSH), is organizing this course in Turin to acquaint participants with the international guidelines and principles of the ILO, and with experience gained from consolidated and successful national OSH systems and programmes. Although countries have different problems where OSH is concerned, and therefore require different solutions, this course provides useful input for those participating in decision-making to improve and develop OSH governance in their respective countries.

Target audience

Target audience

This course is aimed at policy-makers, senior officials and advisers from government institutions responsible for the planning, implementation and management of OSH, and workers' and employers' representatives involved in OSH policy-making at the national level. The programme may also be of interest to researchers, trainers and consultants in this field.

Objectives

Objectives

The general objective of this course is to strengthen the capacity of planning, developing and governing the national efforts to improve the OSH. Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

•Explain the ILO principles, concepts and experience related to National OSH Governance.

•Describe the organizational models and operational arrangements of selected countries for OSH national governance as well as its policies.

•Analyse the needs and requirements of their respective countries for an effective national OSH governance.

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

•Advise on the formulation, implementation and evaluation of national policies, strategies and programmes with regard to the prevention of occupational accidents and diseases.

Content

Content

•The ILO experience: ILO Global Strategy on Occupational Safety and Health, Conventions nos. 155 and 187.

•Concepts: OSH national policy, systems, programmes and profiles.

•OSH governance: principles, policies and decision-making framework.

•The national policy on OSH;•Components of the OSH national system:

– OSH Legislation: Legal and technical standards

– Enforcement and ensuring compliance

– Information and training

– Awareness raising and promotion of safety culture

– Technical support and services to the enterprises

– Research activities: Collection and analysis of data on OSH national situation

– Employment injury schemes

• Elaboration of a national OSH profile.

• Planning of policies and strategies on OSH.

• Procedures to formulate a National Programme on OSH.

• Launching, implementation and coordination, monitoring and evaluation mechanisms.

• OSH national models and experiences of selected countries.

• The experiences of participating countries.

Format and Methodology

Format and Methodology

The methodology will be centered 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 the knowledge about the topics.

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

Language

Language

English

How to apply

How to apply

The cost of participation, excluding international air travel, is EUR 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 online, not later than 13 September 2019, on the following webpage: https://oarf2.itcilo.org/SHF/A9012026/en

The filled-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 refund policy of the ITCILO can be consulted on the following website:
http://www.itcilo.org/en/training-offer/how-to-apply

next edition

19/Oct/2020

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Tuition cost: 2335

Subsistence cost: 1400

Total cost: 3735

 

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