General survey of the reports on the Labour Inspection Convention (no. 81) and Recommendation (no. 81), the Labour Inspection (Mining and Transport) Recommendation (no. 82) and the Labour Inspection (Agriculture) Convention (no. 129) and Recommendation (no. 133): report of the Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations (articles 19, 22 and 35 of the Constitution)., Issue 133

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International Labour Office, Oct 1, 1985 - Political Science - 186 pages
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Contents

INTRODUCTION 122
1
OBJECTIVES METHODS AND SCOPE
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Chapter Is Objectives n ethods and scope
23
THE ROLE OF THE LABOUR INSPECTORATE 591O8
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Notification of the shortcomings of existing
35
B Prior control of new establishments pi ant
43
Other functions entrusted to the labour
49
Organisation of labour inspection
57
Obligations of inspectors 1922O3
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Means of action available to the labour
105
Proceedings and penalties 253267
127
Reports from labour inspection services 268281
135
The role of employers and workers
143
Ratification difficulties and prospects 296317
153
Conclusions 318332
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Appendices
169

Inspection staff 136155
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Powers and obligations of labour inspectors 1562O3
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