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This code of practice is intended to raise awareness of the hazards and risks associated with agriculture and promote their effective management and control; to help prevent occupational accidents and diseases and improve the working environment in practice; to encourage governments, employers, workers and other stakeholders to cooperate to prevent accidents and diseases; and to promote more positive attitudes and behaviour towards occupational safety and health in agriculture throughout the sector.

Publisher: International Labour Organization (ILO) in association with GSE Research

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Free Content Preliminary Material
pp. i-xii(12)
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Introduction
pp. 1-1(1)
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Objectives and scope
pp. 3-4(2)
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The characteristics of OSH in agriculture
pp. 5-6(2)
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Developing a national framework for OSH in agriculture
pp. 7-22(16)
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Occupational safety and health management systems
pp. 23-28(6)
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Competence, education and training
pp. 29-31(3)
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Personal protective equipment (PPE)
pp. 32-37(6)
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Contingency and emergency preparedness
pp. 38-41(4)
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Machinery and work equipment safety
pp. 42-56(15)
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Ergonomics and the handling of materials
pp. 57-65(9)
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Chemicals
pp. 66-93(28)
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Dusts and other particulate matter and other biological exposures
pp. 94-110(17)
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Noise
pp. 111-114(4)
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Vibration
pp. 115-117(3)
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Agricultural installations
pp. 118-141(24)
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Control strategies
pp. 143-148(6)
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Animal production
pp. 149-154(6)
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Weather and the environment
pp. 155-161(7)
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Welfare facilities
pp. 162-166(5)
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Workplace wellness programmes
pp. 167-170(4)
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Outreach
pp. 171-176(6)
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Free Content Supplemantary Material
pp. 177-203(27)
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