2 edition of Protection against accidents of workers engaged in loading or unloading ships. found in the catalog.
Protection against accidents of workers engaged in loading or unloading ships.
International Labour Office.
At head of title: Questionnaire II. International labour conference. Twelfth session, Geneva, 1929.
|Contributions||International labor conference (12th : 1929 : Geneva)|
|LC Classifications||HD7269.L6 I5 1929|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||9, x-xxi p.|
|LC Control Number||l 28000198|
This would include: Longshore workers and others engaged in longshoring operations such as winch operators, hold workers, marine clerks, dock workers, forklift operators, and warehouse workers performing tasks as an integral part of the loading and unloading process. Also, any Harbor Worker including but not limited to ship repairers. The American Petroleum Institute (API) also has produced a document titled Protection Against Ignitions Arising Out of Static Lightning and Stray Currents API RP There is also excellent information in the IEEE Green Book Section and about static electricity and protective measures that can be taken.
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Convention concerning the Protection against Accidents of Workers Employed in Loading or Unloading Ships (Revised), (Entry into force: 30 Oct ) Adoption: Geneva, 16th ILC session (27 Apr ) Status: Outdated instrument (Technical Convention).
Convention currently open for denunciation: 30 Oct - 30 Oct See further. Report on the protection against accidents of workers engaged in loading or unloading ships. Geneva, International labour office, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: International Labour Office.
OCLC Number: Notes. Get this from a library. Protection against accidents of workers engaged in loading or unloading ships. Item II on the agenda. [International Labour Office.]. accidents of workers employed in loading and unloading ships.
WHEREAS a Revised Draft Convention concerning the protection against accidents of workers employed in loading or unloading ships was adopted at Geneva on the twentyseventh day. CONVENTION No. 32 Convention concerning the Protection against Ac-cidents of Workers Employed in Loading or Unloading Ships (Revised), CONVENTION No.
32 Convention concerning the Protection against Ac-cidents of Workers Employed in Loading or Unloading Ships (Revised), [Date of coming into force: 30 October ]. loading/unloading (shipping/receiving) areas E. Salvador & M. Forte Axa Matrix Risk Consultants, Italy Crushing of a worker by a moving vehicle against a wall or pallet load, or a hit between the vehicle and a worker operating in the service or docking tripping/slippage of the workers: null Accident W.
In fact, one of the most hazardous activities for workers other than driving is loading or unloading cargo. According to the National Highway Transportation Safety Association (NHTSA), more t injuries occur each year due to overexertion while unloading cargo.
Workers loading and unloading materials should be instructed in safe procedures appropriate to the material they handle.
Truck or rail tank car loading or the unloading of flammable/combustible liquids is one of the most hazardous operations likely to be undertaken at any manufacturing or storage facility. Workers engaged in the loading or.
Loading/unloading areas are essential for many businesses, including production facilities, logistic centres, product receiving/shipping centres, department stores etc. These areas can be very dangerous for workers due to the type of operation, the use of mobile equipment and the frequent interferences between workers and mobile : E.
Salvador, M. Forte. the rates charged for a transportation service or a particular level of service influence the demand for the product and thus the demand to transport the product; this impact on demand can be assessed as the value of service provided to the user of the product.
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