SOLVE: Integrating health promotion into workplace OSH policy

SOLVE: Integrating health promotion into workplace OSH policy

SOLVE: Integrating health promotion into workplace OSH policy

9–13 Marzo 2020
El curso está disponible en English

The ILO's SOLVE programme is based on recognition of the interdependent relationships in the workplace between psycho-social factors and other health-related behaviours and their underlying causes (work organization, working conditions, labour relations). The programme includes modules on work-related stress; addictive behaviours; violence at work; HIV & AIDS; nutrition and physical activity; healthy rest and sleep; economic stress; and the management and promotion of health in the workplace. The programme encourages the design of enterprise-level policies and intervention programmes to improve working conditions and reduce work-related stress from an OSH perspective by incorporating psycho-social hazards into risk assessments and risk-management strategies, involving both employers and workers through bipartite OSH committees at the workplace level.

Presentación del curso

The ILO's SOLVE programme is based on recognition of the interdependent relationships in the workplace between psycho-social factors and other health-related behaviours and their underlying causes (work organization, working conditions, labour relations). The programme includes modules on work-related stress; addictive behaviours; violence at work; HIV & AIDS; nutrition and physical activity; healthy rest and sleep; economic stress; and the management and promotion of health in the workplace. The programme encourages the design of enterprise-level policies and intervention programmes to improve working conditions and reduce work-related stress from an OSH perspective by incorporating psycho-social hazards into risk assessments and risk-management strategies, involving both employers and workers through bipartite OSH committees at the workplace level.

¿Quiénes participan en este curso?

Employers, general managers, human resource managers, OSH and social welfare managers of organizations and enterprises; directors and officers of institutions and government departments responsible for OSH and health promotion; members of employers' and trade-union organizations, with an active interest in health promotion at the workplace level; managers and staff of organizations supporting enterprises; consultants and university teachers and researchers working in the fields of OSH or health promotion.

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