Publications and technical tools

1997

  1. IARC Monographs on the Evaluation of Carcinogenic Risks to Humans: Silica

    20 May 1997

  2. Health impact of occupational risks in the informal sector in Zimbabwe

    01 January 1997

    The report outlines information from the literature on the sector, the jobs and work environment problems it involves and documented information on occupational injury and illness.

1994

  1. Visual display units: Radiation protection guidance

    01 January 1994

    The purpose of this guide is to provide an analysis of the data from surveys and measurements of radiation emissions from visual display units (VDUs), relate this to existing data on scientific biological effects and reach a conclusion regarding the safety of VDUs with respect to radiation emissions. The book is intended for the use of the competent authorities, employers and workers and their organizations, occupational safety and health specialists and VDU operators.

1993

  1. Preventing stress at work (Conditions of work digest 2/92)

    29 March 1993

    The Conditions of Work Digest on preventing stress at work is essential reading for policy-makers in government agencies, employers' and workers' organizations, health professionals, trainers, consultants, managers and workers' representatives concerned with this complex and challenging problem.

  2. The use of lasers in the workplace

    01 January 1993

  3. Occupational Safety and Health Glossary

    01 January 1993

    The glossary is aimed at translators, interpreters and safety and health practitioners who need to read or write professional literature in more than one language.

1987

  1. Alcohol and drugs. Programmes of assistance for workers (Conditions of work digest 1/87)

    20 May 1987

    Reviews policies and guidelines developed by governments, employers organisations and trade unions, and describes current employee assistance programmes in 15 countries. Lists institutions which can provide information and assistance in setting up such programmes, and includes guidelines for their establishment.