Angola: Safety and Health At Work First Seminar Kicks Off

Luanda — The first seminar on Safety and Health at workplace was opened on Thursday in Luanda by the state secretary of the Ministry of Public Administration, Labour and Social Security (MAPTSS), Sebastião Lukinda.

Organized by Centre for Safety and Health at Workplace (CSST), in partnership with the Ministry of Public Administration, Labour and Social Security, the event aims to contribute to the knowledge of realities, anxiety and solutions of promoting safety and health at workplace.

The two-day meeting is discussing issues related to "Legal Regime of Safety and Health at workplace in Angola", "Legal Regime Labour Accidents and Professional Diseases", "Vision of employers on Safety and Health at Workplace" and "Training on Safety and Health at workplace".

The meeting will also discuss themes such as "Stress and other labour diseases", "Experience of Japanese cooperation", "Experience of the Centre for Safety and Health at Workplace in matters of industrial hygiene".

The event is being attended by provincial directors of Ministry of Public Administration, Labour and Social Security, officials of UNTA-CS, representatives of general inspection of labour, employers and among others.

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