Joni Musabayana

Joni Musabayana

Deputy Director International Labour Organization

Mr. Joni Musabayana joined the ILO in 1992. Prior to his appointment as Deputy Director, he was the Technical Specialist on Enterprise Development in the ILO Sub Regional Office for East Africa in Addis Ababa. Before that, Mr Musabayana worked in the ILO Headquarters, Geneva Switzerland as a Global Programme Manager and in Harare as a Chief Technical Adviser.
 

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Tuesday 04/02/2020

From 16:00 To 17:00

02/04/2020 16:00 02/04/2020 17:00 Panel: Achieving a ‘Zero Harm’ approach - Changing the fundamentals to put People and Health & Safety first
  • Introduction: ILO Safety and Health in Mining Convention No. 176 – Defining roles and responsibilities and examining outcomes achieved to date
  • Discussing the alarming rate of incidents in the global mining context and the need to fundamentally change our approach to mine leadership and put people first
  • Redefining mine site culture: What should be done to ensure maximum compliance, enhance disclosure and improve transparency around H&S reporting?
  • Health and Safety beyond the mine: How do we evaluate impacts on livelihoods and extend ‘Zero Harm’ approach to Artisanal Miners and communities?
  • Forecasting & Risk Prevention in the context of the 4th Industrial Revolution: How can technologies help us to identify critical controls of the fatal risks and accidents?
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"Panel: Achieving a ‘Zero Harm’ approach - Changing the fundamentals to put People and Health & Safety first "

Clyde Malinson Irvin Jim Joni Musabayana Themba Mkhwanazi
Time and date

Tuesday 04/02/2020

From 16:00 To 17:00

02/04/2020 16:00 02/04/2020 17:00 Panel: Achieving a ‘Zero Harm’ approach - Changing the fundamentals to put People and Health & Safety first
  • Introduction: ILO Safety and Health in Mining Convention No. 176 – Defining roles and responsibilities and examining outcomes achieved to date
  • Discussing the alarming rate of incidents in the global mining context and the need to fundamentally change our approach to mine leadership and put people first
  • Redefining mine site culture: What should be done to ensure maximum compliance, enhance disclosure and improve transparency around H&S reporting?
  • Health and Safety beyond the mine: How do we evaluate impacts on livelihoods and extend ‘Zero Harm’ approach to Artisanal Miners and communities?
  • Forecasting & Risk Prevention in the context of the 4th Industrial Revolution: How can technologies help us to identify critical controls of the fatal risks and accidents?
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