|Document ID (ISN)||110694|
|Convention or series no.
||The Newsletter of the International Association of Labour Inspection (IALI)
||International Association of Labour Inspection, IALI Secretariat, Inspection du Travail et des Mines, BP 27, 2010 Luxembourg, 2009. 40p. Illus.
||http://www.iali-aiit.org/iali/download/IALIForum_2009_en.pdf [in English]
http://www.iali-aiit.org/iali/download/IALIForum_2009_fr.pdf [in French]
http://www.iali-aiit.org/iali/download/IALIForum_2009_es.pdf [in Spanish]
||Contents of this annual newsletter of the International Association of Labour Inspection (IALI): President's letter; review of the IALI congress and other conferences held during 2009; global code of integrity for labour inspection; assessment of labour inspectorates' performance; developing working methods for technical evaluations and alliances; labour administration as a tool of good governance; Luxembourg project for enhancing capacity of occupational safety and health training in Vietnam; strategy of French labour inspection with regard to foreign services suppliers; United Kingdom process safety standards; labour inspection system in China; Luxembourg declaration on workplace health promotion in the European Union; cooperation with international partners in the Republic of Srpska; safe company programme in the Czech Republic; new practice in labour inspection in Poland; HSE initiative to prevent slips and trips; role of occupational risk assessment in improving the quality of working conditions; campaign against deaths on construction sites; construction site, mines and dockworks inspection in Cyprus; developing a safety and health culture among engineering students in Luxembourg.
||international governmental organizations (non UN); ILO; labour inspection; role of labour inspection
||China; Cyprus; Viet Nam; Czech Republic; France; United Kingdom; Luxembourg; Poland; European Union; construction sites; shipyards; harbours; work at height; university training; safety and health training; public OSH institutions; role of government; mining industry; construction industry; fatalities; report of activities; conference
||E - Books, reports, proceedings
|Broad subject area(s)
||General safety, health and conditions of work
Construction industry and civil engineering
Mining and quarrying