The Georgian Employers Association (GEA) will launch three-day trainings son labor security management modern systems on July 7.
Representatives of the intentional labor organization (ILO) will lead the trainings, GEA says. The trainings will be attended by representatives of the Health Ministry, the confederation of trade unions and GEA.
GEA has been conducting intense job jointly with the government and the confederation of trade unions on labor security issues. Thus, GEA provides trainings to its member and partner organizations free of charge.
The trainings will focus on labor security issues in companies and introduction of labor security systems in companies to prevent industrial accidents.
The trainings will last three days. On the second day of the trainings ILO representatives will visit Meatana company to collect information on the production process and risks.