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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
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View the documentObjectives
Open this folder and view contentsI. Introduction
View the documentII. Why AIDS is a trade union issue
View the documentIII. What is AIDS?
Open this folder and view contentsIV. 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
Open this folder and view contentsVIII. Summary
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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Instructor's guide to the modules
Introduction to occupational health and safety
Your body at work
Controlling hazards
Noise at work
Legislation and enforcement
Chemicals in the workplace
Using health and safety committees at work
Male and female reproductive health hazards in the workplace
Health and safety for women and children

Since the issues covered in these Modules are sources of concern in many workplaces, the topics in this collection were selected in consultation with trade unions from a number of different countries. These Modules have been designed to provide training for health and safety representatives; members of health and safety committees, line supervisors; foremen; or rank and file workers. They are also intended for the use of instructors such as general worker educators; health and safety representatives; shop stewards; and all workers who are willing to learn about health and safety and want to share such information with others.

Courses could be organized using either a single module, several, or all: the pedagogical approach is based on the basic principle of modular teaching which makes it possible to adapt the materials to the time available and the circumstances.

The collection: 50 Swiss francs
The module: 5 Swiss francs

ISBN 92-2-108020-X