|Document ID (ISN)||62121|
||87-7303-449-5 (DK); 91-7996-236-X (S)
|Convention or series no.
Nordic Council of Ministers
||A better working environment in the Nordic countries. Joint programme for the period 1990-1993
||En bättre arbetsmiljö i Norden. Samarbetsprogram för perioden 1990-1993 [in Swedish]|
||Svensk norsk bogimport a/s, Postbox 9059, Store Kongensgade 59 B, 1022 København K, Denmark; or: Allmänna Forlaget AB, Kundtjänst, 106 47 Stockholm, Sweden, 1990. 48p.
||Based on the principles of the Nordic Convention on working environment (CIS 91-8, effective: 24 March 1990), the Nordic Council of Ministers specifies the activities to be launched for this programme of collaboration for a better working environment in the Nordic countries: collaboration between the Nordic inspectorates in developing uniform methods of inspection; harmonization of regulations; research on the economic aspects of improvements of working environment; expansion of plant safety services and correlation of activities; uniform methods of recording on occupational accidents and diseases; strengthening of the Nordic influence in European standardization work; coordination of research projects; coordination of training activities; close collaboration between the Nordic Council of Ministers and the labour market partners.
||occupational safety and health; Sweden; role of employers' organizations; Norway; Denmark; Nordic Countries; international cooperation; Iceland; conditions of work; environment; safety programmes; role of government; role of workers' organizations; Finland
||embryotoxic effects; comparative analysis; genetic abnormalities; information dissemination; occupational diseases; ILO; CENELEC; European Communities; EFTA; industrial products; psychology and sociology; limitation of exposure; economic aspects; programme evaluation; health care personnel; women; workmen's compensation; research; standardization; health service records; inspection; textile industry; international agreements; role of labour inspection; cold; safety training in schools; safety rules; plant safety and health organization; safety and health training; older workers
||E - Books, reports, proceedings
|Country / State or Province||Denmark; Finland; Iceland; Norway; Sweden|
|Broad subject area(s)
||General safety, health and conditions of work