Turkmenistan will participate in the forum of labor inspectors of Central Asian countries and Russia

Turkmenistan will participate in the forum of labor inspectors of Central Asian countries and Russia

Experts from Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Russia will participate in the First Forum of State Labor Inspectors, organized by the Ministry of Employment and Labor Relations of the Republic of Uzbekistan with the support of UNDP, reports yuz.uz.

“One of the main objectives of the forum is to strengthen cooperation in the region of Central Asia and Russia in the development and implementation of policies in the field of state supervision in the field of labor, increase the level of knowledge, efficiency and effectiveness of labor inspectors through training and exchange of experience,” says the report.

Within the framework of the forum, representatives of the state labor inspectorates of the participating countries will discuss issues related to the fundamental principles of the International Labor Organization, migration legislation, the concept of zero injuries, the investigation of industrial accidents, and labor legislation in the field of agriculture.

Also trainings will be held, aimed at the personal and professional growth of the state labor inspector, emotional state management skills and much more.

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