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Sustainable Development of Healthy Workforce in Taiwan.

  • Last Modify Date:2024-02-01

Because of the shrinking and aging population, workforce structure in Taiwan has gradually changed. How to ensure a healthy workforce and avoid the crisis due to labor shortage has become an increasingly important issue. In response to global sustainable development, the National Council for Sustainable Development of the Executive Yuan referred to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) proposed by the United Nations and set up the "Taiwan Sustainable Development Goals" in 2018. Although occupational health and safety is not an explicit development goal of the SDGs, each SDGs require participation of workers.

To guide businesses in practicing the SDGs and assist in disclosing occupational health and safety performance, Taiwan OSHA executed the program to promote workers’ health in Taiwan  and referred to the GRI 403 standards to formulate the "Guidance on OSH Indicators for CSR Reporting towards SDGs". The expectation is to collaboratively create a workplace that is dignified, friendly, healthy, and joyful.

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  • Source:Occupational Health Division
  • Publication Date:113-01-30
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