The Hanoitimes - The agreement will continue to help Vietnam in training domestic staff and trainers in occupational safety and health.
Vietnam’s Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) and South Korea’s Occupational Safety and Health Agency (KOSHA) have signed an agreement on cooperation in occupational safety and health in Hanoi on October 4.
The Vietnamese side wants to receive technical assistance from KOSHA to enforce the Law on Occupational Safety and Health in line with the country’s socio-economic development strategy in the coming phase.
Vietnam and South Korea to enhance cooperation in labor safety
Moreover, KOSHA will help MoLISA build its capacity in occupational safety and health. It will promote safety culture at workplace in both countries through the establishment of cooperative relations between the two agencies.
Speaking at the signing ceremony, Deputy Minister of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs Le Tan Dung believed that through the cooperation agreement in the next stage, Vietnam will effectively implement activities and projects.
The two sides also discussed new directions for cooperation in the context of Vietnam accelerating the process of industrialization – modernization to become a member with important role in the ASEAN community, Dung added.
The agreement will continue to help Vietnam in training domestic staff and trainers in occupational safety and health, Dung stressed.
The cooperation will take place within three years, set to end in October 2021.