|Document ID (ISN)||75584|
||92-2-109450-2 (En); 92-2-209450-6 (fr); 92-2-309450-X (es)
|Convention or series no.
International Labour Office (ILO)
||Accident prevention on board ship at sea and in port
||Prévention des accidents à bord des navires en mer et dans les ports [in French]|
Prevención de accidentes a bordo de los buques en el mar y en los puertos [in Spanish]
||ILO Publications, International Labour Office, 1211 Genève 22, Switzerland, 2nd ed., 1996. xiv, 194p. 92 ref. Index. Price: CHF 27.50.
||This code of practice is an update of the previous version (see CIS 78-1444). It was drawn up by a meeting of 15 international experts, convened by the ILO at Geneva (28 Sep. - 5 Oct. 1993) and attended by representatives of IMO, ISO, the CEC, the IOE, the ICFTU and the WFTU. Contents: duties and responsibilities of competent authorities, shipowners, masters, seafearers, safety officers and safety representatives; reporting of accidents; permit-to work systems; safety and heath considerations; shipboard emergencies and emergency equipment; carriage of dangerous goods; safe access to ship; safe movement about the ship; working in enclosed or confined spaces; manual lifting and carrying; tools and materials; welding and flame-cutting; painting; different types of work done on board; specific vessel types. Appendix: permit-to-work form.
||occupational safety; ILO; sea transport; ships; harbours
||WFTU; IMCO; European Communities; access to workplaces; harmful substances; manual lifting; responsibilities; electrical safety; rescue training; housekeeping; personal protective equipment; safe working methods; directive; work in confined spaces
||F - Information notes, codes of practice, standards
|Country / State or Province||ILO|
||Transport and communications
|Broad subject area(s)
||Industries and occupations