International occupational health.

  title={International occupational health.},
  author={J. LaDou},
  journal={International journal of hygiene and environmental health},
  volume={206 4-5},
  • J. LaDou
  • Published 2003
  • Medicine
  • International journal of hygiene and environmental health
  • Working conditions for the majority of the world's workers do not meet the minimum standards and guidelines set by international agencies. Occupational health and safety laws cover only about 10 percent of the population in developing countries, omitting many major hazardous industries and occupations. With rare exception, most countries defer to the United Nations the responsibility for international occupational health. The UN's international agencies have had limited success in bringing… CONTINUE READING
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