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close this bookYour Health and Safety at Work: A Collection of Modules - Aids and the Workplace (ILO, 1996, 84 p.)
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View the documentPreface
View the documentAcknowledgements
View the documentGoal of the Module
View the documentObjectives
close this folderI. Introduction
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View the documentA. Level of the problem worldwide
View the documentII. Why AIDS is a trade union issue
View the documentIII. What is AIDS?
close this folderIV. Workplace exposure
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View the documentA. Jobs with an increased risk of exposure
View the documentB. Preventing workplace exposure
View the documentV. AIDS education in the workplace
View the documentVI. AIDS and the workplace policy issues
View the documentVII. Role of the health and safety representative
close this folderVIII. Summary
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View the documentExercise. HIV in the workplace: Case-study and role play
View the documentGlossary
View the documentAppendix I. Policy principles and components: Statement from the Consultation on AIDS and the workplace, Geneva, 27-29 June 1988. World Health Organization in association with International Labour Office. Global Programme on AIDS.
View the documentAppendix II. World Health Organization Guidelines on AIDS and first aid in the workplace
View the documentAppendix III. The Global AIDS strategy, World Health Organization (WHO AIDS Series No. 11).
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Bureau for Workers' Activities
International Labour Office Geneva

Copyright © International Labour Organization 1996
A provisional edition was published in 1993
First edition 1996

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Rosskam, E.
Aids and the workplace
Geneva, International Labour Office, 1996
Included in: Your health and safety at work: A collection of modules
/Workers' education teaching aid/, /trainer's manual/,
/occupational health/, /occupational safety/, /safety training/, learning element/. 13.04.2
ISBN 92-2-108020-x
ISBN 92-2-108014-5 (set)

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