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close this bookLow-Cost Ways of Improving Working Conditions: 100 Examples from Asia (ILO, 1989, 190 p.)
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View the documentSelection of examples
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View the documentThe potential for action
View the documentContributions of case studies

Contributions of case studies


Dr. M.A. Khan, Bangladesh Project Management Institute, Dhaka


Mr. Saw Lin, Director General, Factories and General Labour Laws Inspection Department, Ministry of Labour, Rangoon


Mr. T.B.R. Mani, Chief Inspector of Factories (Health and Safety), Tamil Nadu, Madras

Mr. S.B. Hegde Patil, Director General, Central Labour Institute, Bombay

Dr. R.N. Sen, Ergonomics Laboratory, Department of Physiology, Calcutta University Calcutta


Dr. A. Manuaba, Department of Physiology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Udayana, Denpasar

Mr. E.J. Sawong, Head, Research and Documentation Centre for Manpower and Development, Yayasan Tenaga Kerja Indonesia, Jakarta


Mr. Abdul Jalil Mahmud, Director General, Factories and Machinery Department, Ministry of Labour and Manpower, Kuala Lumpur


Mr. Abid Ali Khan, Industrial Hygienist, Medical Inspectorate of Factories, Punjab, Lahore


Miss L.S. Lazo, Deputy Director, Institute of Labor and Manpower Studies, Ministry of Labor and Employment, Manila

Mrs. S. Tiong-Aquino, Assistant Director, Institute for Small-scale Industries, University of the Philippines, Quezon City


Dr. Foo Swee Cheng, Department of Social Medicine and Public Health, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Sri Lanka

Dr. M. Rajendra, Senior Inspecting Medical Officer, Factories Division, Department of Labour, Colombo


Dr. Chaiyuth Chavalitnitikul, Director, National Institute for the Improvement of Working Conditions and Environment, Department of Labour, Bangkok

Dr. Malinee Wongphanich, Occupational Health Department, Faculty of Public Health, Mahidol University, Bangkok.