Labour Ministry officials met with members of Japan’s parliament and the International Labour Organisation to discuss a project aimed at improving safety standards in the construction sector on Thursday.
Traffic police will start a nationwide crackdown on unlicensed drivers next month.
UNHCR recommends thousands of refugees be directed to the capital for safety.
Over 240 monks pray for peace and the safety of people travelling on National Road 7.
India’s response to floods in Kerala wins praise.
Flooding on the scale seen in Kerala could have killed 10 times more people a decade ago, but India’s disaster management capacity has improved significantly in that time.
PM says ministries must continue prioritising the safety of villagers affected by floods.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday said ministries tasked with handling natural disasters must continue prioritising the safety of villagers affected by recent floods.
Labour Ministry appeals to all owners of construction sites to increase safety measures.
Police will soon start cracking down on vehicle owners who park indiscriminately.
A senior government official has sent a message to all Cambodians and foreigners living in Cambodia not to be concerned about security and safety during election day on Sunday.
Government announces the creation of a national committee tasked with improving safety standards on construction sites.
The government issues a sub-decree to strengthen the prevention of fires in buildings.
Indonesia’s Transportation Ministry forms a team to improve the safety of ferry transport.
News about mass shootings and grave violence around the world are making headlines every now and then.
Safety and “identity” need to be in place for Rohingya Muslim refugees who return.
The Transportation Ministry announces UNDP’s plan to reduce the number of traffic accident deaths nationwide.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and ride-hailing app Grab are partnering up to tackle traffic woes in Phnom Penh.
A labour rights group calls to inspect a bag factory for health and safety violations.
The Minister of Industry reminds food producers to follow proper hygiene standards.
A new centre to check produce for safety and quality standards is inaugurated.
Deciding to leave your home country is always a difficult choice. However, when the country is in chaos, some people force themselves to leave to seek safety.
Over 400 people died in accidents in Thailand over the traditional new year holiday.
With the Khmer New Year arriving at the end of this week, senior government officials calls for motorists to be extra careful.
Some news media outlets face the loss of their accreditation by the General Department of Information and Broadcasting in 2018.
190,000 to 200,000 labourers are in the building and wood sectors and do not have enough safety protection.