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Document ID (ISN)103279
CIS number 04-344
ISBN(s) 960-7678-46-X
Year 2003
Convention or series no.
Title Tools for the application of European directives on health at the workplace. The example of chemical risk
Original title Werkzeuge zur Umsetzung des Europäischen Richtlinien zum Gesundheitsschutz bei der Arbeit. Beispiel der chemischen Gefährdungen [in German]
Ergaleía gia tēn Efarmogḗ tōn Eurōpaïkṓn odēgiṓn ston Toméa tēs Ugeías stēn Ergasía. To Parádeigma tou Hēmikoú Kindúnou [in Greek]
Outils pour l'application des directives européennes sur la santé au travail. Exemple du risque chimique [in French]
Bibliographic information Hellenic Institute for Occupational Health and Safety, Liosion 143 and Thirsiou 6, 10445 Athēna, Greece, 2003. 640p. Illus. Bibl. ref. + CD-ROM.
Abstract Within the framework of the Hellenic presidency of the European Union, ELINYAE (the Hellenic Institute for Occupational Health and Safety), supported by the Greek Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, organized the eighth international symposium of the Research Section of the International Social Security Association (ISSA) held in Athens, Greece, from 19-21 May 2003. The theme of the symposium was "Tools for the application of European directives on health at the workplace" based on the example of chemical hazards. This document consists of the conference proceedings and includes close to 150 papers in English, Greek, German and French. The proceedings are also available in PDF format on CD-ROM (included).
Descriptors (primary) dangerous substances; chemical hazards; hazard evaluation; chemical products
Descriptors (secondary) plant health organization; ISSA; European Communities; comment on directive; research; conference; Greece
Document type E - Books, reports, proceedings
Country / State or ProvinceGreece
Subject(s) Medicine, hygiene and first aid
Broad subject area(s) Chemical safety
Occupational medicine, epidemiology
Browse category(ies) Risk evaluation