Occupational Exposure to Airborne Substances Harmful to Health
This code, which was adopted at a meeting of experts convened by the ILO with the participation of the World Health Organisation, is intended to guide governments, employers and workers in protecting workers' health against the hazards due to the contamination of air at the workplace and in preventing contamination of the working environment.; There is a full glossary which defines the terms used in the text.
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