Bibliography

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Bibliography
Since its foundation in 1919, the ILO has elaborated and adopted a large number of international
labour Conventions (and accompanying Recommendations) directly concerned with OSH issues, as well
as many codes of practice and technical publications on various aspects of the subject. They represent a
formidable body of definitions, principles, obligations, duties and rights, as well as technical guidance
reflecting the consensual views of the ILO's tripartite constituents from its 175 member States3 on most
aspects of occupational safety and health.
Relevant ILO Conventions and Recommendations
Conventions
No. Title
115 Radiation Protection, 1960
135 Workers' Representatives, 1971
136 Benzene, 1971
139 Occupational Cancer, 1974
148 Working Environment (Air Pollution, Noise and Vibration), 1977
155 Occupational Safety and Health, 1981
161 Occupational Health Services, 1985
162 Asbestos, 1986
167 Safety and Health in Construction, 1988
170 Chemicals, 1990
174 Prevention of Major Industrial Accidents, 1993
176 Safety and Health in Mines, 1995
Recommendations
No. Title
114 Radiation Protection, 1960
144 Benzene, 1971
147 Occupational Cancer, 1974
156 Working Environment (Air Pollution, Noise and Vibration), 1977
164 Occupational Safety and Health, 1981
171 Occupational Health Services, 1985
172 Asbestos, 1986
175 Safety and Health in Construction, 1988
177 Chemicals, 1990
181 Prevention of Major Industrial Accidents, 1993
183 Safety and Health in Mines, 1995
3 As of June 2001.

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