Convention Concerning the Protection Against Accidents of Workers Employed in Loading or Unloading Ships, 1929
Convention concernant la protection des travailleurs occupés au chargement ou au déchargement des bateaux contre les accidents, 1929
Convenio relativo a la protección contra los accidentes de los trabajadores empleados en la carga y descargo de los buques
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1929-06-21 Geneva Switzerland
21 Jun 1929, Geneva (Switzerland). Revised by: T-XT3201 - Protection Against Accidents / Dockers, 1932; T-XT7942 - Convention Concerning Occupational Safety and Health in Dock Work. No longer open for ratification; convention shelved by ILO.
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