“Every worker is an occupational health and safety reporter.” This was the main call of the Institute for Occupational Health and Safety Development (IOHSAD) as it opened Litrato Obrero : A Photo Exhibit for Workers' Health and Safety last May 9, 2013 at the historic Plaza Miranda. read full article »
As part of its commemoration of the International Workers’ Memorial Day (April 28 : a day to remember those who died due to work), the Institute for Occupational Health and Safety Development (www.IOHSAD.org) released its annual report on work-related deaths and injuries in the Philippines. The research surveyed several online news sites. read full article »
The Institute for Occupational Health and Safety Developments have prepared various activities to commemorate Workers Memorial Day, a day to remember those who died due to work and to keep fighting for a safer and humane workplace.
“The International Labor Organization (ILO) calls it one of the most hazardous occupation and unfortunately, mining has again proven ILO correct as the sector continues to claims lives of miners.” read full article »