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Promoting Work Safety and Health in

Agrarian Reform Communities


(ARCs) through Work Improvement
in Neighborhood Development
Programme
CURRENT SITUATION IN
AGRARIAN REFORM COMMUNITIES
Crops Total Area No. of No. of
Covered Covered Agraian Agrarian
(ha.) Reform Reform
Communitie Beneficiarie
1. Rice 680,697.59 s1,227
(ARCs) s (ARBs )
742,510
Covered
2. 543,185.00 669 389,100
Coconut
3. 50,104.00 175 96,541
Banana
4. 119.381.00 136 84,084
Sugarcan
Total
e 2,207 1,312,235
1,273,986.5
Source: DAR ARC Forms 1-11 as9of March 2006

No OSH Program to prevent common injuries and illnesses.


Objectives of OSH-WIND

Lower the risk in farming


activities by developing and
delivering effective system on
occupational safety and
health for the ARBs and their
households to increase
productivity.
EXPECTED PROGRAM
OUTPUTS
• A pool of capable OSH-WIND
Champions
• Trainers’ manual and IEC materials
• A pool of community-based OSH
WIND Paratechnicians
• Adoption of OSH measures by the ARB
couples
• Mainstreaming of OSH in community-
based social health insurance (CBSHI)
projects and in the services of Kalahi
Farmers’ Center (KFC).
PROJECT
Crops COVERAGE
Region/Province

Rice Region II - Isabela

Coconut Region IVA -


Quezon II
Banana Region XI - Davao del
Norte

Sugarcane Region VI-Iloilo


WHAT HAS BEEN ACCOMPLISHED
(August 2005 – July 2006)

1. Covered three agrarian reform communities in Isabela


2. Trained 24 OSH-WIND Champions and 27 paratechnicians.
3. Trained 91 OSH-WIND ARB couples
4. Drafted 1 OSH-WIND Manual for Rice-producing ARCs
including OSH measures on handling fertilizers and pesticides
and the job hazard analysis on rice farming
5. Produced 5 relevant IECM materials e.g., fliers, flipchart,
brochure, comics and teaser
6. Conducted OSH WIND caravan as part of social marketing
7. Prepared guidelines for awards and recognition and
corresponding evaluation tool
8. Instituted the following partnership arrangements:

Module
Flipchart
Brochure
Champions
LGU
Brochure
Comics
Help Desk
Fliers Paratechnicians Brochure
Signage
Comics
Flip Chart
Fliers
Comics
Flier ARB Couples
Signage

What has been accomplished


Quantitative Accomplishments

(as of July 2006)


100
91 70
70 59
70 60
80
50 84%
60
77% 40 OSH
Measure
40 30 s on
21 living &
20 working 11
20 conditio
23% 10 ns

0
16%
0
ARB Couples Trained ARB Couples Monitored
ARB Couples Monitored Adoptors Non Adoptors
Still to be monitored

Note: 21 additional couples were recently trained in Aurora, Isabela.


Monitoring of adoption among these couples has yet to be done.
Results of Monitoring Activities
(as of July
2006)
25 24 25
22 21
20
20 17

15 88
83 %
10 % 80.95
%
5

0
Aurora (Trained Alicia (Trained Nov. Echague (Trained
Nov. 2005) 2005) May 2006)

ARB Couples Trained Adoptors


Improvements Carried Out in the Working
Conditions (Nov. 2005 -
July 2006)

60
59 80 70
50 70
55
60
40
31 28 50
30
40
20
30
10 20
10
0
A . Storage M anagement
0
B. Use of Personal Protective Equipment
Machine Safety
Safe Handling of Chemicals and Agri Inputs
ARB Monitored Use of Personal Protective Equipment
Storage of Produce
Managing Farm Equipment

OSH WIND Couple Ronel and Robilyn Daguro repair their farm tractor to
ensure safety during operations.
Managing Farm Chemicals

Before farms chemicals used to scattered in the backyard of OSH WIND Couple Ronel
and Robilyn Daguro of San Manuel ARC, Echague, Isabela. Upon learning in OSH
WIND seminar that this practice is hazardous, they put up a simple warehouse to store
their farm chemicals properly.
Managing Farm Produced

Farm produced of OSH WIND Couple Hermenegildo Acob of


Esperanza East, Aurora, Isabela used to be found scattered in
their warehouse. These farm produced are now properly
Use of Personal Protective
Equipments (PPEs) during
Palay Winnowing

Nannete Dizo and Baby De la Cruz, both members of OSH WIND Couples of Brgy.
Bagnos, Alicia, Isabela were not using any PPEs during palay winnowing before. Upon
their attendance to the OSH WIND seminar and training the previous practice was
improved. They are now using PPEs like eye protector while doing this work .
Improvements Carried Out in the
Living Conditions
(Nov. 2005 - July 2006)

59
52 60
60 45
50
50

40 40

30 30

20 20
4
10 10

0 0
A. Household Sanitation B. Housekeeping

Toilets DraingageSystem Provision of PotableWater Supply Cleanliness and Orderliness


Improvements Carried Out in the
Living Conditions
(Nov. 2005 - July 2006)

55 56
60
50
40 (79%) (80%)
30
20
10
0

Community Involvement Nutrition


Improvements on Solid Waste
Management

The ARB couple has adopted waste segregation in their household.


Improvements in Household Areas

The ARB couple has put up a shed in the artesian well area to
protect the household members from heat and the rain while
washing clothes or fetching water.
Improvements on
Backyard Gardening

The ARB couple has established a seedlings nursery so they can share
some seedling to their relatives, neighbors and friends.
Problems, Issues and Concerns

On the Adoption:

1. Lack of resources to implement their targeted low


cost projects
e.g. purchase of gloves, boots, mask,
repair/construction of backyard fence/roof, etc.
2. Inadequate knowledge of paratechnicians in
providing information on first aid/emergency
assistance
On Program Operations:

1. No OSH standards and Policies for Agriculture to be


used as anchorage for monitoring OSH adoption
2. Need to upgrade the capabilities of implementors on
OSH for agriculture
3. Delays in the technical review on the OSH content of the
manual
4. Lack of logistics support like the provision of computers ,
supplies, vehicle for monitoring, etc.

Problems, Issues and Concerns


Logo
Comics and
Flyers
Si Mang Pepe At Ang OSH-WIND
Masasabi nyo Dapat ay
bang ligtas sa maging
loob at labas ng maayos sa
bahay ninyo? mga gamit sa
Paano ninyo loob at labas
malalaman ito? ng bahay.
Dapat
walang… …nakakalat na mga gamit
pangsakahan sa sahig o
daanan dahil ito ay maaaring
makadisgrasya.

Isa sa prinsipyo ng OSH-WIND*,


kailangan ay maging ligtas ang MANG PEPE! NASUSUNOG
kabahayan sa mga panganib na dulot ANG BAHAY NYO!!!
ng walang kaayusan sa gamit.

*Ang OSH-WIND ay isang metodolohiyang pagsasanay


na naglalayong mapabuti at mapataas ang antas ng
kalusugan, pamumuhay at pangkabuhayang kondisyon sa Tulad nitong kalaykay. HANTAYIN MO PA
sektor agrikultura sa pamamagitan ng paggamit ng Dapat nakatabi ito sa BANG MANGYARI ITO?
praktikal ang mga solusyon sa mababang halaga. tamang lalagyan.
Flip
chart
Ang solusyon sa pang
araw-araw na problema
Anim na sa produksyon ay
Pangunahing nakasalalay sa mga
Panuntunan ng pagbabago sa kalagayan
OSH-WIND sa paggawa.

(Occupational Safety and


Health-Work Improvement
in Neighborhood
Development)
Brochure
Sa pamamagitan ng programang OSH-WIND, ay
mamumulat ang kaisipan ng ating magsasaka at iba
pang manggagawa sa sektor ng agrikultura sa mga
maliliit na bagay o aspeto ng kanilang kalagayan sa
pamumuhay at paggawa na kalimitan ay
ipinagsasawalang bahala lamang. Ang mga simple,
praktikal at hindi mamahaling pamamaraan na ito ay
natitiyakPara
namin sa
na makapagdudulot
karagdagang ng kaalaman
mga makipag
pagbabago sa pagpapaunlad ng pamumuhay ng
ugnayan lamang sa
ating magsasaka. Kagawaran ng Reporma sa
Hangad rin Lupa
Proyektong handog ng Kagawaran ng Reporma
sa telepono
ng pogaramng bilang ay
ito na sa hinaharap (078) 634-5138
maipalaganap ang programang OSH-WIND sa iba sa Lupa at Kagawaran ng Paggawa at
pang kabukiran pamayanan dito sa ating bansa.
Hanapbuhay

Para sa karagdagang kaalaman tungkol sa


OSH-WIND
(Occupational Safety and Health-Work
Improvement in Neighborhood Development)
makipag-ugnayan lamang sa
Mga Kaalaman Ukol sa

OSH-WIND
(Occupational Safety and Heath- Work
Ako po si Ani, Improvement in Neighborhood Development)
Department of Agrarian Reform
kaakibat ninyo sa
pagpapalaganap ng sa telepono bilang
Programang OSH-
WIND. (078) 634-5138 “Kaligtasan at Kalusugan
Pahalagahan
para sa
Magandang Kinabukasan”
Signages
SALIENT FEATURES OF THE
IMPLEMENTATION OF
OSH-WIND PROJECT
FOR CY 2006-2007
FEATURES

1. Expanded the coverage to sugarcane which


covers OSH concerns of both the ARBs and their
children working in the farm.
2. OSH WIND in rice areas covers the review of the
manual by the ILO technical experts and enhance
the processes on localized implementation.
3. Start the OSH-WIND implementation to identified
coconut and banana areas
4. Identify indicators that will link OSH to productivity
CY 2007
Sugarcane
CY 2006 To include child
Banana labor concerns
and
Coconut
CY 2006 OSH shall be
Institutionalization integrated in the
Phase production cycle
Living and working
conditions
OSH WIND for Rice
Conduct of
Institutionalization experience
Processs sharing sessions
Conduct of
process
documentation
Finalization of Expansion in
the OSH-WIND other ARCs in
Manual on Rice Isabela
Finalization of
PM&E and Awards
System
Establishment of
OSH-WIND Help
Desks & link up w/
LGUs
SUGARCANE
BANANA Training of
Para-
COCONUT technicians

Implementation Process
Training of
Trainers
Reproduction Process
of the Documentation
materials
Manual and developed Development
IEC materials of PM&E tool
development and Awards
Establishment System
of OSH-WIND
Help Desks
with LGUs
Monitoring and Evaluation
1. Program Process 2. Progress of Adoption
a. Plans a. Living Condition
b. Activities b. Working Condition

Result Indicators
a. Safety Hazards
b. Biological
Hazards
c. Chemical
Hazards
d. Ergonomics
A journey of a thousand miles, start
with a single step…

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