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close this bookThe Organization of First Aid in the Workplace (ILO, 1999, 70 p.)
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Occupational Safety and Health Series

Organization of occupational health services in developing countries, (No. 7), 12.50 Swiss francs.

Guidelines for the use of ILO international classification of radiographs of pneumoconioses, revised edition 1980 (No. 22) (distributed with a set of standard films), 7.50 Swiss francs.

Occupational health problems of young workers (No. 26), 10 Swiss francs.

Safety and health in shipbuilding and ship repairing (No. 27), 12.50 Swiss francs.

Safe construction and installation of escalators (No. 28), 6 Swiss francs.

Mcine du travail, protection de la maternitt sante la famille, (No. 29), 9 Swiss francs (in French).

Organization of family planning in occupational health services (No. 31), 9 Swiss francs.

Radiation protection in mining and milling of uranium and thorium, (No. 32), 35 Swiss francs.

Migrant workers - Occupational safety and health (No. 34), 12.50 Swiss francs.

Safe use of pesticides (No. 38), 12.50 Swiss francs.

5th International report on the prevention and suppression of dust in mining, tunnelling and quarrying (No. 40), 15 Swiss francs.

Safety and health of migrant workers - International Symposium (No. 41), 30 Swiss francs.

Civil engineering work - A compendium of occupational safety practice (No. 45), 20 Swiss francs.

Prevention of occupational cancer - International Symposium (No. 46), 47.50 Swiss francs.

Education and training policies in occupational safety and health and ergonomics - International Symposium (No. 47), 35 Swiss francs.

6th International report on the prevention and suppression of dust in mining, tunnelling and quarrying (No. 48), 17.50 Swiss francs.

Dermatoses et professions (No. 49), 15 Swiss francs (in French).

Human stress, work and job satisfaction - A critical approach (No. 50), 15 Swiss francs.

Stress in industry - Causes, effects and prevention (No. 51), 12.50 Swiss francs.

Success with occupational safety programmes (No. 52), 17.50 Swiss francs.

Occupational hazards from non-ionising electromagnetic radiation (No. 53), 17.50 Swiss francs.

The cost of occupational accidents and diseases (No. 54), 17.50 Swiss francs.

The provisions of the basic safety standards for radiation protection relevant to the protection of workers against ionizing radiation (No. 55), 6 Swiss francs.

Psychosocial factors at work: Recognition and control (No. 56), 15 Swiss francs.

Protection of workers against radio frequency and microwave radiation: A technical review (No. 57), 17.50 Swiss francs.

Ergonomics in developing countries: An international symposium (No. 58), 60 Swiss francs.

Maximum weights in load lifting and carrying (No. 59), 10 Swiss francs.

Safety in the use of industrial robots (No. 60), 12.50 Swiss francs.

Working with visual display units (No. 61), 12.50 Swiss francs.

Guidelines for the radiation protection of workers in industry (ionising radiations) (No. 62), 10 Swiss francs.

Safety in the use of mineral and synthetic fibres (No. 64), 15 Swiss francs.

International data on anthropometry (No. 65), 17.50 Swiss francs.

International directory of occupational safety and health institutions (No. 66), 35 Swiss francs.

Occupational lung diseases: Prevention and control (No. 67), 17.50 Swiss francs.

The use of lasers in the workplace: A practical guide (No. 68), 17.50 Swiss francs.

Protection of workers from power frequency electric and magnetic fields: A practical guide (No. 69), 20 Swiss francs.

Visual display units: Radiation protection guidance (No. 70), 15 Swiss francs.

Safety in the use of radiofrequency dielectric heaters and sealers (No. 71), 25 Swiss francs.

Technical and ethical guidelines for workers’ health surveillance (No. 72), 15 Swiss francs.

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