OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH FOR EMPLOYEES AND MANAGERS IN COFFEE SHOP
On May 10th, IWCA Vietnam collaborated with the Vision Zero Fund of the International Labour Organization (ILO) to organize a training session on “Occupational Safety and Health for Employees and Managers in Coffee Shops”.
The training session aimed to enhance awareness of occupational safety and health and ensure a safe and equal working environment for employees and management.
During the training session, Mr Ngo Xuan Phuc, Trainer of the National Center for Occupational Safety and Health – Department of Work Safety – Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs, shared knowledge related to the Law on Occupational Safety and Health, risks assessments and risk management in occupational safety and health in general and in the coffee shops in particular.
He emphasized the importance of ensuring occupational safety and health in the workplace and solutions to minimize and prevent risks, especially in coffee shops, where occupational accidents are often overlooked.
Knowledge about gender equality, sexual harassment and management of related stress issues was shared by Ms. Pham Nguyen Cuong, Gender Equality and Labor Law Expert, Former Deputy Head of Gender Equality Department, Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs, through practical cases to help participants understand these issues better and how to solve them in the workplace.
Additionally, the training session featured two guest speakers, Ms. Hoang Huong, a Gender Activist and Managing Director of Toha Viet Company Limited, and Mr. Le Hung, a Coffee Specialist from D’codeS Lab and Campus Vietnam.
The guest speakers shared valuable experiences about their work in the coffee industry and gave advices for those who wants to further their career path in the coffee industry in the future.
Let’s join hands with IWCA Vietnam to build a safe, clean, and healthy work environment!