Occupational Safety and Health in the Iron and Steel Industry
All those with responsibility for safety and health or for framing provisions on safety and health in the iron and steel industry, whether in the public or in the private sector, will find this code of practice invaluable. Detailed and practical guidance is given on the basic requirements for promoting safety and health throughout the industry, including foundries, and on the safety procedures to be observed during production processes. The general provisions of the code are readily adaptable according to local circumstances, technical level and the scale of the operation, and the needs of bot.
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