Turning Point: Occupational health and safety of agricultural workers, ILO conventions and gaps


Aimed at identifying the gaps in existing International Labour Organization Conventions on occupation-related health and safety risks in agriculture, this scoping paper seeks to review the 1990 Chemicals Convention (C190) and the 2001 Safety and Health in Agriculture Convention (C184), and identify areas for campaign and engagement to improve the rights and welfare of agricultural workers.

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Title: Turning Point: Occupational health and safety of agricultural workers, ILO conventions and gaps
Authors: Arnold J. Padilla
Tags: agricultural labour
health
labour rights
highly hazardous pesticides
Date: 27-Jul-2013
Publisher: PANAP
URI: http://library.ipamglobal.org/jspui/handle/ipamlibrary/800
Category Type: Articles
Article Type: journals/magazines
Page Number: 68
Issue Number: 3
Appears in Sub-Collections:Agriculture Workers’ Health Issues







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