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Ordinance on Prevention of Lead Poisoning [Japan]
English translation of the Ordinance of 30 Sep. 1972 (for the original see CIS 75-747), as amended till 1989. Contents: definition of lead-containing substances and work procedures involving lead exposure; prescription of appropriate ventilation facilities and other preventive methods; management of workplaces where lead is present; monitoring of workplace air; medical examinations; personal protective equipment; training of supervisory staff; notification provisions.
In: Industrial Safety and Health Law and related legislation of Japan, Japan Industrial Safety and Health Association, 5-35-1, Shiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108, Japan, 1991, p.501-526.
Industrial Safety and Health Division, Ministry of Labour, Tokyo.
Ordinance No.37 of 1972 concerning protection against lead poisoning.
Ordinance under the Japanese Industrial Safety and Health Act 1972, concerning the prevention of poisoning by lead, lead alloys and compounds and other substances containing lead. A list of processes involving the use of lead is followed by sections devoted to: local exhaust systems; atmospheric lead TLV; medical examination of workers.
Collection of regulations and ordinances concerning occupational health, Japanese Industrial Safety Association, 35-1, 5-Chome, Shiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan, Dec. 1972. p.216-249.