Other Publications


International Labour Standards: Rules of the Game for a Global Economy

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ILO published in 2019 a work to briefly present the ILO's standards policy in order to facilitate understanding and ownership by the ILO’s traditional constituents for the broader public.

For more information, please visit: https://www.ilo.org/global/standards/information-resources-and-publications/publications/WCMS_672549/lang--en/index.htm

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Tunisia

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Occupational Risk Mapping in Tunisia (in French)

Emerging Risks and New Patterns of Prevention in a Changing World of Work

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The publication of the National Center for Occupational Safety and Health of the Ministry of Labour & Social Affairs of the Republic of Iraq To view the publication, please click on the link (Arabic)

Estimating the economic costs of occupational injuries and illnesses in developing countries: Essential information for decision-makers

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The objective of this report published by ILO is to identify the elements which should be taken into account in determining the cost of occupational accidents and diseases at the national level, with a focus on developing countries. It aims to help countries identify the economic costs of not improving workplace safety and health.

For more information, please visit: https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/public/---ed_protect/---protrav/---safework/documents/publication/wcms_207690.pdf

Quick Guide on Sources and Uses of Statistics on Occupational Safety and Health from ILO

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To view the guide, please click (English)

Vision Zero Fund Strategy 2019-2023, Collective Action for Safe and Healthy Supply Chains

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The Vision Zero Fund aims to eliminate severe or fatal work related accidents, injuries and diseases in global supply chains (GSCs). It is an initiative of the G7, and has been endorsed by the G20. The International Labour Organization (ILO) administers the Fund, and implements its projects. VZF is a central component of the ILO’s Safety and Health for All Flagship Programme.

To view the publication, please click (English)