Peraturan Presiden Republik Indonesia Nomor 34 Tahun 2014 Tentang Pengesahan Convention Concerning The Promotional Framework For Occupational Safety and Health

PERATURAN PRESIDEN REPUBLIK INDONESIA

NOMOR 34 TAHUN 2014

TENTANG

PENGESAHAN CONVENTION CONCERNING THE PROMOTIONAL

FRAMEWORK FOR OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH/CONVENTION 187,

2006 (KONVENSI MENGENAI KERANGKA KERJA PENINGKATAN

KESELAMATAN DAN KESEHATAN KERJA/KONVENSI 187, 2006)

DENGAN RAHMAT TUHAN YANG MAHA ESA

PRESIDEN REPUBLIK INDONESIA,

Menimbang :

a. bahwa Pemerintah Republik Indonesia sebagai anggota Organisasi Ketenagakerjaan Internasional memiliki komitmen yang kuat untuk meningkatkan keselamatan dan kesehatan kerja sejalan dengan ketentuan yang telah digariskan oleh Organisasi Ketenagakerjaan Internasional dengan tetap mengedepankan kepentingan dan kebutuhan hukum nasional;

b.  bahwa Convention Concerning the Promotional Framework for Occupational Safety and Health/Convention 187, 2006 (Konvensi mengenai Kerangka Kerja Peningkatan Keselamatan dan Kesehatan Kerja/Konvensi 187, 2006) menitikberatkan pada upaya negara anggota Organisasi Ketenagakerjaan Internasional untuk mempromosikan kerangka kerja keselamatan dan kesehatan kerja melalui kebijakan, sistem, dan program nasional dalam mencapai terwujudnya budaya keselamatan dan kesehatan kerja nasional;

c.   bahwa sesuai dengan ketentuan Pasal 11 ayat (1) Undang- Undang Nomor 24 Tahun 2000 tentang Perjanjian Internasional, Konvensi tersebut perlu disahkan dengan Peraturan Presiden;

d.  bahwa berdasarkan pertimbangan sebagaimana dimaksud dalam huruf a, huruf b, dan huruf c, perlu menetapkan Peraturan Presiden tentang Pengesahan Convention Concerning the Promotional Framework for Occupational Safety and Health/Convention 187, 2006 (Konvensi mengenai  Kerangka  Kerja  Peningkatan  Keselamatan  dan Kesehatan Kerja/Konvensi 187, 2006);

Mengingat :

  1. Pasal 4 ayat (1) Undang-Undang Dasar Negara Republik Indonesia Tahun 1945;
  2. Undang-Undang Nomor 24 Tahun 2000 tentang Perjanjian Internasional (Lembaran Negara Republik Indonesia Tahun 2000 Nomor 185, Tambahan Lembaran Negara Republik Indonesia Nomor 4012);

MEMUTUSKAN :

Menetapkan :  PERATURAN        PRESIDEN        TENTANG        PENGESAHAN CONVENTION  CONCERNING THE  PROMOTIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH/CONVENTION 187, 2006 (KONVENSI MENGENAI KERANGKA KERJA PENINGKATAN KESELAMATAN DAN KESEHATAN KERJA/KONVENSI 187, 2006).

Pasal 1

(1)     Mengesahkan  Convention  Concerning  the  Promotional  Framework  for Occupational Safety and Health/Convention 187, 2006 (Konvensi mengenai Kerangka Kerja Peningkatan Keselamatan dan Kesehatan Kerja/Konvensi 187, 2006) yang telah diadopsi oleh Organisasi Ketenagakerjaan Internasional dalam sidang ketenagakerjaan internasional ke-95 pada tanggal 15 Juni 2006 di Jenewa, Swiss.

(2)     Naskah asli Konvensi sebagaimana dimaksud pada ayat (1) menggunakan Bahasa Inggris dan Bahasa Perancis sebagai bahasa resminya.

(3)     Salinan naskah asli Konvensi sebagaimana dimaksud pada ayat (2) dan terjemahannya dalam Bahasa Indonesia menjadi lampiran yang tidak terpisahkan dari Peraturan Presiden ini.

Pasal 2

Dalam hal terjadi perbedaan penafsiran antara salinan naskah asli Konvensi dan salinan naskah terjemahannya dalam Bahasa Indonesia sebagaimana dimaksud dalam Pasal 1, yang diberlakukan salinan naskah asli Konvensi.

Pasal 3

Peraturan Presiden ini mulai berlaku pada tanggal diundangkan.

Agar setiap orang mengetahuinya, memerintahkan pengundangan Peraturan Presiden ini dengan penempatannya dalam Lembaran Negara Republik Indonesia.

Ditetapkan di Jakarta

pada tanggal 23 April 2014

PRESIDEN REPUBLIK INDONESIA,

Ttd.

DR. H. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO

Diundangkan di Jakarta pada tanggal 24 April 2014

MENTERI HUKUM DAN HAK ASASI MANUSIA REPUBLIK INDONESIA,

Ttd.

AMIR SYAMSUDIN

LEMBARAN NEGARA REPUBLIK INDONESIA TAHUN 2014 NOMOR 89

International Labour Conference, 95th Session, 2006

Report IV(1)

Promotional framework for occupational safety and health 

Fourth item on the agenda

International Labour Office  Geneva

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First edition 2005

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CONTENTS

Page

INTRODUCTION ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….      1

PROPOSED TEXTS ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….      3

Proposed Convention on the Promotional Framework for Occupational Safety  

and Health ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..       5

Proposed Recommendation on the Promotional Framework for Occupational 

Safety and Health …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………       8

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INTRODUCTION

On 15 June  2005 the  International Labour Conference, meeting in  Geneva at its   93rd Session, adopted the following resolution: The General Conference of the International Labour Organization, Having adopted the  report  of the Committee appointed to consider the fourth item on the agenda,

Having  in  particular  approved  as  general  conclusions,  with  a  view  to  the  consultation  of Governments, proposals for a Convention and a Recommendation concerning occupational safety and health,

Decides that an item entitled “Occupational safety and health” shall  be included in the  agenda  of its next ordinary session for second discussion with a view to the adoption of a Convention and a  Recommendation.

By virtue of  this resolution and in accordance with article 39, paragraph 6, of the Standing Orders of the Conference, the Office is required to prepare, on the basis of the first   discussion   by   the   Conference,   the   texts   of   a   proposed   Convention   and Recommendation. These texts are to  be sent to governments  and are to reach them not later than two months  from the closing of the  93rd Session of the Conference. The  purpose of this report is to transmit to governments the proposed texts.

Governments are asked  to reply within three months, after consulting the most  representative organizations of employers and  workers, and to state whether they have any amendments to suggest or comments to make. Under the Standing  Orders of the  Conference, any amendments or comments on the proposed texts should be sent as soon as possible, and should reach the Office in Geneva no later than 15 November 2005.

Governments which have no amendments or comments to put forward are asked to inform the Office by the  same date whether they consider that the proposed texts are a  satisfactory basis for discussion by the Conference at its 95th Session in June 2006.

Governments  are  requested  to  indicate  which  organizations  of  employers  and workers  they  consulted  before  they  finalized  their  replies  pursuant  to  article  39, paragraph 6, of the Standing Orders. Such consultation is also required by Article 5(1)(a) of  the  Tripartite  Consultation  (International  Labour  Standards)  Convention,  1976   (No. 144),  for  countries  which  have  ratified  this  Convention.  The  results  of  the   consultation should be reflected in the governments’ replies.

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PROPOSED TEXTS

The texts of a proposed Convention and Recommendation on the promotional  framework for occupational safety and health are given below. These texts are based on the  conclusions  adopted  by  the  International  Labour  Conference  following  the  first  discussion at its 93rd Session (2005).

The report of the Committee on Safety and Health, appointed by the Conference to consider this item, together with the record  of the  discussion in plenary  session and the conclusions  adopted,  are  contained  in  the  Provisional  Record  of  the  Conference (Provisional Record Nos. 18 and 24). 1 

Some drafting changes have been incorporated in the proposed  instruments in the  interest of greater clarity, to bring the two official language versions of the texts into line with  one  another  or  to  harmonize  certain  provisions.  Where  necessary,  they  are discussed below and the Office invites comments on these issues. 

The Office  wishes to draw particular attention to the discussion in the Conference  plenary when the report  of the Committee was being approved. 2 The Reporter and the Chairperson  of the Committee emphasized the spirit of consensus and compromise that  had prevailed in the Committee and the desire to reach sensible and practical solutions.  The Employers’ group, for its  part, expressed the view that,  while the Employers  were  disappointed that their proposal for a  Declaration had not been agreed to, the proposed new standards, built on the consensus of  the 2003 discussion, would go  a long way  towards fostering political commitment to  occupational safety and health and placing  this issue high on national agendas. The Workers’ group, for its part, stated that the new standards, as currently proposed, did not meet the Workers’ expectations on what should be the content of an instrument establishing a promotional framework on occupational  safety and health, and considered that the links to the workplace and to some key ILO  instruments  on occupational safety and health needed to be  made more explicit in order to ensure an effective promotion of relevant existing instruments.

In the light of the foregoing and of the discussions in the  Committee  on these  matters, and with a view to achieving  tripartite consensus, the Office invites comments on the following questions:

1.     The articulation of the link between the proposed instruments and relevant existing instruments in the area of occupational safety and health: How can this  be best  achieved with a view to the promotion of relevant existing instruments?  Please comment.

2.      Should the basic principles governing a national policy on occupational safety and health be included? If so, please specify.

1  These texts are reproduced in the Record of Proceedings of the 93rd Session of the International Labour Conference. They can also be consulted on  the  web  site of the International Labour Office: www.ilo.org .  

Requests for copies should be addressed to the Distribution Unit, ILO, CH-1211 Geneva 22. The proposed  Conclusions appearing in Provisional Record No. 18 were adopted without change.

2  See Provisional Record No. 24, pp. 12-14.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           3

3.     Concerning workplace measures, should any specific issues of prevention, such as indication  of  rights,  duties  and  responsibilities,  information  and  training,  and  workplace safety and health committees, be included? If so, please specify.

The Office also invites comments on how the draft instruments could be further  improved, including whether text should be modified, added to  or deleted and in which  of the instruments proposed text should best be placed.

Proposed Convention

TITLE OF THE CONVENTION

The  Global  Occupational  Safety  and  Health  Strategy  adopted  at  the  2003   International  Labour  Conference  called  for  the  development  of  a  new  instrument  establishing a promotional framework in the area of occupational safety and health. The Office  report  for  the  2005  International  Labour  Conference  was  therefore  entitled “Promotional framework for occupational safety and health”. Against this background  and  in  view  of  the  general  agreement  on  the  purpose  of  the  new  instrument,  it  is  suggested  that the term “Promotional framework for occupational safety and health” be  included in the titles of the proposed Convention and Recommendation.

PREAMBLE

(Point 3 of the conclusions)

The  Office  has  established  a  preambular  text  that  incorporates  point  3  of  the  conclusions. The reference to the ILO Constitution has been elaborated and modelled on preambles in previous Conventions, and the short title “Promotional Framework for  Occupational Safety and Health Convention” is suggested (see comment above).

IV. NATIONAL SYSTEM

Article 4

(Point 9(2)(a) of the conclusions)

In Article 4, the Office understands that the amended and finally adopted text was intended to provide for  flexibility as to the  means of implementation of the national system.  The  adopted  formulation  of  clause  2(a)  was  therefore  slightly  modified  by  replacing the word  “and” with “or any” after the words  “collective agreements”. The Office notes, however, that the standard formulation used in ILO instruments is  “laws  and regulations, or collective agreements, or any other relevant instruments”. 

Proposed Recommendation

III.  NATIONAL PROFILE

Paragraph 9

(Point 18(2) of the conclusions)

Paragraph 9  of the Recommendation, in specifying the information to be included in the national profile, lists the elements of the national system described in the Convention for greater clarity, instead of making a reference to Article 4, paragraph 2, of the Convention.

ANNEX

(Annex in the conclusions)

In the annex to the Recommendation, the Employment Injury Benefits Convention,

1964 (No. 121), and its  accompanying Recommendation (No. 121), have  been added.  These  instruments  are  relevant,  as  the  texts  of  the  proposed  Convention  and Recommendation  refer  to  insurance  schemes  covering  occupational  accidents  and diseases. They also include provisions for  the  prevention of occupational accidents and  diseases and a list of occupational diseases. A title has been added to the list of relevant ILO instruments contained in the annex based on  guidance provided in the  Manual for  drafting ILO instruments. 3 

Proposed Convention on the Promotional Framework 

for Occupational Safety and Health

The General Conference of the International Labour Organization, 

Having been convened at Geneva by the  Governing Body of the International  Labour Office, and having met in its Ninety-fifth Session on 30 May 2006,

Recalling that the protection of workers against sickness, disease and injury arising out of their employment is one of the core tasks assigned to the International Labour Organization under its Constitution, and 

Noting paragraph III(g)  of the  Philadelphia Declaration which provides that the  International Labour Organization has the solemn obligation to further among the nations of the world programmes which will achieve adequate protection  for the life and health of workers in all occupations, and 

Noting the  Occupational Safety and  Health Convention, 1981 (No. 155),  and the Occupational Safety and Health Recommendation, 1981 (No. 164), and 

Recalling  that  the  promotion  of  occupational  safety  and  health  is  part  of  the  International Labour Organization’s core objective of decent work for all, and

Recalling the Conclusions concerning occupational safety and health adopted by  the 91st Session (2003) of the International Labour Conference, in particular the priority to be given to occupational safety and health in national agendas, and 

Stressing the importance  of the continuous promotion of a national preventative safety and health culture, and 

Having decided upon the adoption of certain proposals on occupational safety and  

health, which is the fourth item on the agenda of the session, and 

Having determined that these proposals shall take the form  of an international Convention; 

The  Manual for drafting ILO instruments  can  be consulted at the web site of the International Labour  Office at www.ilo.org/public/english/bureau/leg/man.pdf .

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adopts this    day of June two thousand and six the following Convention, which may be cited as the  Promotional Framework for  Occupational Safety and  Health Convention, 2006. 

I.  DEFINITIONS

Article 1

For the purpose of this Convention:

(a)    the term “national policy” refers to the national policy on occupational safety and health and the working environment developed in accordance with the principles of Article 4 of the Occupational Safety and Health Convention, 1981 (No. 155);

(b)    the  term  “national  system  for  occupational  safety  and  health”  refers  to  the  infrastructure  which  provides  the  main  framework  for  implementing  national  programmes on occupational safety and health;

(c)    the term “national programme on occupational safety and health” refers to any national  programme  that  includes  objectives,  priorities  and  means  of  action   formulated  to  improve  occupational  safety  and  health,  to  be  achieved  in  a   predetermined time frame;

(d)    the term “a national preventative safety  and health culture” refers to a culture in which the right to a safe and healthy working environment is respected at all levels, where governments, employers and  workers actively participate in securing  a safe  and   healthy   working   environment   through   a   system   of   defined   rights, responsibilities and  duties, and where the principle of prevention is accorded the highest priority.

II.  OBJECTIVE

Article 2

Each  Member  which  ratifies  this  Convention  shall  take  active  steps  towards  achieving progressively  a safer and  healthier working environment through national programmes on occupational safety and health by taking into account the principles in  relevant ILO instruments on occupational safety and health.

III.  NATIONAL POLICY

Article 3

1.  Each  Member  shall  promote  a  safe  and  healthy  working  environment  by  

formulating a national policy.

2.  Each Member shall promote continuous improvement of occupational safety and health by the development, on a tripartite basis, of a national policy, national system and national programme.

3.  Each  Member shall promote and  advance, at  all relevant levels, the right of workers to a safe and healthy working environment.

IV. NATIONAL SYSTEM

Article 4

1.  Each Member shall establish, maintain, progressively develop and periodically  review  a  national  system  for  occupational  safety  and  health,  in  consultation  with  representative organizations of employers and workers.

2.  The national system for occupational safety and health shall include among others:

(a)    laws,  regulations,  collective  agreements  or  any  other  relevant  instrument  on occupational safety and health;

(b)    an authority  or body, or  authorities or bodies responsible for  occupational safety and health, designated in accordance with national law and practice;

(c)    mechanisms for ensuring compliance with national laws and regulations, including systems of inspection; and

(d)    arrangements to promote, at the level of the undertaking, cooperation between  management,  workers  and  their  representatives  as  an  essential  element  of workplace-related prevention measures.

3.  The national system for occupational safety and health shall include, where appropriate:

(a)    information and advisory services on occupational safety and health; (b)    the provision of occupational safety and health training;

(c)    occupational health services in accordance with national law and practice; (d)    research on occupational safety and health;

(e)    a mechanism for the collection and analysis of data on occupational accidents and diseases, taking into account relevant ILO instruments;

(f)     provisions for collaboration with relevant insurance schemes covering occupational accidents and diseases; and

(g)    support mechanisms for a progressive improvement of occupational safety and health conditions in micro-, small and medium-sized enterprises.

V.  NATIONAL PROGRAMME

Article 5

1.  Each  Member shall formulate, implement,  monitor and  periodically review  a national   programme   on   occupational   safety   and   health   in   consultation   with representative organizations of employers and workers.

2.  The national programme shall:

(a)    contribute to the protection of workers by minimizing work-related hazards and  risks, in accordance with national law and practice, in order to reduce work-related deaths, injuries and diseases;

(b)    be formulated and reviewed on the  basis of analysis of the national situation on occupational  safety  and  health,  including  the  national  system  for  occupational  safety and health;

(c)    promote the development of a national preventative safety and health culture; (d)    include targets and indicators of progress; and

(e)    be supported, where possible, by other complementary national programmes and plans which  will assist in achieving the objective of a safer and healthier working  environment.

3.  The national programme shall be  widely  publicized and, to the extent possible, endorsed and launched by the highest national authorities.

Proposed Recommendation on the Promotional Framework 

for Occupational Safety and Health

The General Conference of the International Labour Organization,

Having been convened at Geneva by the  Governing Body of the International  Labour Office, and having met in its Ninety-fifth Session on 30 May 2006,

Having decided upon the adoption of certain proposals on occupational safety and  

health, which is the fourth item of the agenda of the session, and

Having determined  that these proposals shall take  the form of  a Recommendation  supplementing  the  Promotional  Framework  on Occupational  Safety  and Health Convention, 2006 (hereinafter referred to as “the Convention”);

adopts  this day  of  June  of  the  year  two  thousand  and  six  the  following   Recommendation, which may be cited as the  Promotional Framework for  Occupational Safety and Health Recommendation, 2006.

I.  NATIONAL SYSTEM

1.  In   establishing,   maintaining,   progressively   developing   and   periodically reviewing the national system for occupational safety and health defined in Article 1(b)  of the Convention, Members may extend the consultations provided for in Article 4 of  the Convention to other interested parties. 

2.  With a view to reducing work-related deaths, injuries and diseases, the national system  should  provide  appropriate  measures  for  the  protection  of  all  workers,  in particular workers in high-risk sectors and of vulnerable workers, such as those in the  informal economy, migrant and young workers.

3.  In promoting a national preventative safety and health culture, Members should seek:

(a)    to raise awareness in the workplace and public awareness on occupational safety  and   health   through   national   campaigns   linked,   where   appropriate,   with international initiatives;

(b)    to promote  mechanisms  for delivery  of occupational safety and health education and  training,  in  particular  for  management,  supervisors,  workers  and  their representatives and government officials responsible for safety and health;

(c)    to introduce occupational safety and health concepts in educational and vocational training programmes;

(d)    to facilitate  the exchange of occupational safety and health statistics and data between relevant authorities, employers, workers and their representatives;

(e)    to  provide  information  and  advice  to  employers  and  workers  and  promote  or facilitate  cooperation  between  them  and  their  organizations  with  a  view  to   eliminating or reducing hazards;

(f)    to promote,  at the level  of the workplace, the establishment  of safety and health  policies and joint safety and health committees and the designation of  workers’  safety representatives, in accordance with national law and practice; and 

(g)    to  address  the  constraints  of  micro-,  small  and  medium-sized  enterprises  and  contractors in the implementation of occupational safety and  health policies and  regulations, in accordance with national law and practice.

4.  Members should promote the management systems approach to occupational  safety and health, such as that set out in the Guidelines on occupational safety and health management systems (ILO-OSH 2001).

II.  NATIONAL PROGRAMME

5.  In formulating and reviewing the national programme on  occupational safety and  health  defined  in  Article  1(c)  of  the  Convention,  Members  may  extend  the  consultations provided for in Article 5 of the Convention to other interested parties. 

6.  The   national   programme   on   occupational   safety   and   health   should   be coordinated, where appropriate, with other national programmes and plans, such as those relating to public health and economic development.

7.  In formulating and reviewing the national programme on  occupational safety and health, and without prejudice to their obligations under Conventions which they have ratified, Members should take into account  the international labour  Conventions  and Recommendations listed in the annex.

III.  NATIONAL PROFILE

8.  Members  should  prepare  and  regularly  update  a  national  profile  which summarizes the existing situation on occupational safety and health and the progress that has been made in achieving a safer and healthier working  environment. The profile should be used as a basis for formulating and reviewing the national programme.

9.  The   national   profile   on   occupational   safety   and   health   should   include information on the following elements, where appropriate:

(a)    laws,  regulations,  collective  agreements  or  any  other  relevant  instrument  on occupational safety and health;

(b)    authority or  body, or authorities or bodies responsible for occupational safety and  health, designated in accordance with national law and practice;

(c)    mechanisms for ensuring compliance with national laws and regulations, including systems of inspection;

(d)    arrangements to promote, at the level of the undertaking, cooperation between  management,  workers  and  their  representatives  as  an  essential  element  of workplace-related prevention measures;

(e)    information and advisory services on occupational safety and health; (f)     the provision of occupational safety and health training;

(g)    occupational health services in accordance with national law and practice;

(h)    research on occupational safety and health;

(i)     the mechanism for the collection and analysis of data on occupational accidents and diseases, taking into account relevant ILO instruments;

(j)     provisions for collaboration with relevant insurance schemes covering occupational accidents and diseases;

(k)    support mechanisms for a progressive improvement of occupational safety and health conditions in micro-, small and medium-sized enterprises;

(l)     coordination  and  collaboration  mechanisms  at  national  and  enterprise  levels,   including national programme review mechanisms;

(m)   technical standards, codes of practice and guidelines on occupational safety and health;

(n)    educational and awareness-raising structures including promotional initiatives;

(o)    specialized technical, medical and scientific institutions with linkages to various  aspects  of  occupational  safety  and  health,  including  research  institutes  and   laboratories concerning occupational safety and health;

(p)    persons engaged in the area of occupational safety and health, such as inspectors, officers, occupational physicians and hygienists; (q)    occupational accident and disease statistics;

(r)     occupational  safety  and  health  policies  and  programmes  of  organizations  of employers and workers;

(s)     regular or ongoing activities related to occupational safety and health, including international collaboration;

(t)     financial and budgetary resources  with regard to occupational safety and  health; and

(u)    related   data   addressing,   for   example,   demography,   literacy,   economy   and employment, as available, as well as any other relevant information.

IV.  INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION

10.  The International Labour Organization should:

(a)    facilitate   the   exchange   of   information   on   national   policies,   systems   and programmes  on  occupational  safety  and  health,  including  good  practices  and innovative approaches, and the identification of new and emerging hazards and  risks in the workplace; and

(b)    inform on progress made in achieving a safer and healthier working environment.

V.  UPDATING OF THE ANNEX

11.  The list annexed to this Recommendation should be reviewed and updated by the Governing Body of the International Labour Office. Any new list so established shall be adopted by the Governing Body and shall replace the preceding list after having been communicated to the Members of the International Labour Organization.                                                                                                                                                           

ANNEX

List of ILO instruments relevant to the promotional 

framework for occupational safety and health

I.  CONVENTIONS

Labour Inspection Convention, 1947 (No. 81)

Radiation Protection Convention, 1960 (No. 115)

Hygiene (Commerce and Offices) Convention, 1964 (No. 120) Employment Injury Benefits Convention, 1964 (No. 121) Labour Inspection (Agriculture) Convention, 1969 (No. 129) Occupational Cancer Convention, 1974 (No. 139)

Working Environment (Air Pollution, Noise and Vibration) Convention, 1977 (No. 148) Occupational Safety and Health (Dock Work) Convention, 1979 (No. 152)

Occupational Safety and Health Convention, 1981 (No. 155) Occupational Health Services Convention, 1985 (No. 161) Asbestos Convention, 1986 (No. 162)

Safety and Health in Construction Convention, 1988 (No. 167) Chemicals Convention, 1990 (No. 170)

Prevention of Major Industrial Accidents Convention, 1993 (No. 174) Safety and Health in Mines Convention, 1995 (No. 176)

Protocol of 1995 to the Labour Inspection Convention, 1947 (No. 81) Safety and Health in Agriculture Convention, 2001 (No. 184)

Protocol of 2002 to the Occupational Safety and Health Convention, 1981 (No. 155)

II.  RECOMMENDATIONS

Labour Inspection Recommendation, 1947 (No. 81)

Labour Inspection (Mining and Transport) Recommendation, 1947 (No. 82) Protection of Workers’ Health Recommendation, 1953 (No. 97)

Welfare Facilities Recommendation, 1956 (No. 102) Radiation Protection Recommendation, 1960 (No. 114) Workers’ Housing Recommendation, 1961 (No. 115)

Hygiene (Commerce and Offices) Recommendation, 1964 (No. 120) Employment Injury Benefits Recommendation, 1964 (No. 121) Labour Inspection (Agriculture) Recommendation, 1969 (No. 133) Occupational Cancer Recommendation, 1974 (No. 147)

Working Environment (Air Pollution, Noise and Vibration) Recommendation, 1977 (No. 156)

Occupational Safety and Health (Dock Work) Recommendation, 1979 (No. 160)

Occupational Safety and Health Recommendation, 1981 (No. 164) Occupational Health Services Recommendation, 1985 (No. 171) Asbestos Recommendation, 1986 (No. 172)

Safety and Health in Construction Recommendation, 1988 (No. 175) Chemicals Recommendation, 1990 (No. 177)

Prevention of Major Industrial Accidents Recommendation, 1993 (No. 181) Safety and Health in Mines Recommendation, 1995 (No. 183)

Safety and Health in Agriculture Recommendation, 2001 (No. 192) List of Occupational Diseases Recommendation, 2002 (No. 194)                                                                                                                                                      

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