International Occupational Safety and Health Hazard Alert System
Système international d'alerte pour la sécurité et la santé des travailleurs
Sistema Internacional de Alerta para la Seguridad y la Salud de los Trabajadores
Internationales Warnsystem für Arbeits- und Gesundheitsgefahren
1978, by International Labour Office in the framework of B-XB2183 - ILO, as part of U-XF7119 - International Programme for the Improvement of Working Conditions and Environment, following several years of negotiations and tests in a limited number of countries; operational since 1982. Ceased to be operational 1996.
Through a worldwide network of designated bodies, rapidly disseminate scientific and technical information on newly discovered or suspected occupational hazards concerning safety or health of workers, of sufficient importance to require action at the national level; assist countries in the exchange and dissemination of information on occupational safety and health hazards and their prevention.
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Operates in cooperation with national authorities or institutions chosen by ILO member States as 'Designated Bodies' to form the network of the Hazard Alert System, and with international employers' and workers' organizations having consultative status with ILO.
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