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An unacceptable situation
Variations in performance
Countries
Major OSH instruments
Box 5 Examples of ILO instruments concerning specific risks and substances
Core OSH principles
Rights and duties
Workers’ rights
Box 8 Safety and health at work – A human right
Governments’ duties
Box 9 Joint ILO/WHO Committee’s definition of occupational health
General aims and principles
Policy formulation and review
NATIONAL POLICY ON OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH1 4
Box 10 Key features of a national policy on occupational safety and health
Box 11 Tripartite formulation of a national OSH policy in Italy
Box 12 Indonesian national OSH policy and strategy
Policy instruments
National laws, labour codes and regulations
Role and obligations of the competent authority
Policy coordination
Education and training
NATIONAL SYSTEM FOR OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH 5
NATIONAL PROGRAMMES FOR OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH 6
A national profile on occupational safety and health
General framework
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH POLICY WITHIN THE ENTERPRISE1 7
Employers’ responsibilities
Workers’ duties and rights
Box 13 Hierarchy of preventive and protective measures
Safety and health committees
Management commitment and resources
MANAGEMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH1 8
Workers’ participation
Training
Box 14 Management responsibilities in OSH training
Organizational aspects
Setting priorities
Planning and development activities
The place of OSH management in the enterprise
Performance measures
Figure 3 The OSH management cycle
The OSH management cycle
Labour inspection
LEGISLATION, ENFORCEMENT AND COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS1 9
Box 16 Some problems of labour inspection
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SURVEILLANCE1 10
Box 17 Surveillance, work and health
Surveillance of the working environment
Box 18 Risk assessment
Monitoring of exposure
Box 19 Aims of a monitoring strategy for air pollutants
Occupational exposure limits (OELs)
Record-keeping
Surveillance of workers’ health
Medical examinations, health assessments and biological tests
Sickness absence monitoring
Reporting of occupational accidents, injuries and diseases
Ethical and legal issues
Box 21 Some benefits of good record-keeping
Box 22 Conditions governing workers’ health surveillance
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES1
General considerations
Box 23 Concepts in occupational health
Organization
Functions
Box 24 Functions of an occupational health service
Primary health care approach
First aid
Curative health services and rehabilitation
Special occupational health needs
Cooperation and coordination
Research
Principles
Box 25 ILO standards particularly relevant to HIV/AIDS
Health services and HIV/AIDS
Capacity building
Training for managers, supervisors and personnel officers
Training for peer educators
Training for workers’ representatives
Training for safety and health officers
Worker assistance programmes
Social protection
ILO/WHO guidelines on health services and HIV/AIDS
Engineering control and housekeeping
Substitution
Work practices and organizational methods
Personal protective equipment
Technological change
Protection of the general environment
Promotion of occupational safety and health
HEALTH PROMOTION, EDUCATION AND TRAINING1 14
Training and information at the national level
Training and information at the enterprise level
Training methods and materials
International chemical hazard communication tools
The International Chemical Safety Cards (ICSCs)2
The International Chemical Control Toolkit
Box 28 Examples of GHS chemical hazard pictograms
GLOSSARY
RELEVANT ILO OSH INSTRUMENTS – RATIFICATIONS AND STATUS
EXCERPTS FROM MAJOR OSH INTERNATIONAL LABOUR STANDARDS
MODEL OUTLINE FOR THE PREPARATION OF A NATIONAL PROFILE ON OSH1
A CHECKLIST FOR EMPLOYERS WRITING A SAFETY POLICY STATEMENT
SELECTED SOURCES OF RELIABLE OSH INFORMATION
BIBLIOGRAPHY
INDEX
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Fundamental Principles of Safety and Health [ Hse All Around the World ]

Fundamental Principles of Safety and Health [ Hse All Around the World ]

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