Occupational safety and health management in the construction sector

Occupational safety and health management in the construction sector

Occupational safety and health management in the construction sector

20–30 avril 2020
Le cours est disponible en English

Construction is one of the most dangerous occupations. One in six fatal accidents at work occurs on a construction site, and each year at least 60,000 fatal accidents occur on construction sites around the world. Yet the causes of accidents are well known, almost all accidents are preventable and, in common with other business issues, occupational safety and health (OSH) can be managed at the enterprise level. The International Training Centre of the ILO, in collaboration with LABADMIN/OSH (the ILO programme promoting OSH), is running this course in Turin on the principles of OSH management for construction sector enterprises, with the general purpose of exposing participants to the ILO's international experience and providing guidelines.

Présentation du cours

Construction is one of the most dangerous occupations. One in six fatal accidents at work occurs on a construction site, and each year at least 60,000 fatal accidents occur on construction sites around the world. Yet the causes of accidents are well known, almost all accidents are preventable and, in common with other business issues, occupational safety and health (OSH) can be managed at the enterprise level. The International Training Centre of the ILO, in collaboration with LABADMIN/OSH (the ILO programme promoting OSH), is running this course in Turin on the principles of OSH management for construction sector enterprises, with the general purpose of exposing participants to the ILO's international experience and providing guidelines.

Groupes cible

The course is designed for OSH advisers and trainers from governmental agencies and employers' and workers' organizations who are involved in the promotion of OSH within construction sector enterprises. The programme may also be of interest to members of professional and industrial bodies, and training institutions involved in OSH issues and, above all, managers, supervisors and technical staff responsible for OSH within construction sector enterprises.

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