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Prevention: the right key to enhance security
Inapplicable rules, a program supported by the ILO in Indonesia is planting the seeds of a culture of safety and health at work in the minds of workers and employers.



Lexi Sawa works in the construction sector in the Indonesian province of Papua
Lexi Sawa works in the construction sector in the Indonesian province of Papua. While Lexi Sawa and his colleagues work hard to solidify and strengthen the steel structure, no one cares about their safety.

"I feel safer now," said the 23-year-old, displaying the full range of protective gear: helmet, safety shoes, mask and seat belt with a rope securely attached to one of the steel beams. "I can do my job more comfortably without having to worry too much about the risks."

Yet he did not always feel safe. Previously, he was very concerned about dropping metal framing, especially during the rainy season when surfaces are slippery. "I always wondered, if something happened to me, what would happen to my parents?" Recalls Lexi Sawa. "They are very old and they depend on me."

But despite his concerns, he did not consider it important to take protective measures. "I do not understand much about workplace safety. The company provided us with the necessary equipment, but I did not feel obliged to wear it, "he explains.
The problem of awareness

The construction company Lexi Sawa is working for, PT Bukit Abe Permai, also had a hard time educating his 30 or so employees about the importance of occupational safety and health (OSH). "The workers were afraid of the head of OSH," said Yuti Yusran, the Director General. "It's really hard to talk about OSH issues with workers."

As a result, there were an enormous number of incidents and safety accidents, which resulted in both human and financial costs.

Last year, a worker injured his foot while walking on broken glass because he was not wearing safety shoes. Two years ago, a subcontracted worker died while fetching construction materials. Although he died as a result of a sudden illness rather than an accident, the company had to pay 50 million rupees (US $ 4,000) for the funeral and as compensation.


Construction workers in the province of Papua
One of the causes of the problem, says Yusran, is that workers, like Lexi Sawa, did not realize the importance of safety and health in the workplace.

However, the views of building workers began to change when the company joined the WISCON training course in 2014. This training was organized by the Indonesian government. The ILO-Korea Partnership Program has been instrumental in launching and rolling out this program.

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