Dublin statement on occupational health:

new avenues for prevention of occupational cancer and other severe occupational health hazards 

Autores: Takala Jukka, Hogan Martin


PREAMBLE The 32nd International Congress on Occupational Health, ICOH 2018, was organized by the International Commission on Occupational Health, ICOH and the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, Faculty of Occupational Medicine, in Dublin on 29 April-4 May 2018. RECALLING • The UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, particularly Sustainable Development Goals Nos. 1, 3, and 8; • The 66th UN General Assembly Resolution 16 September 2011 Political declaration of the High-level Meeting of the General Assembly on the Prevention and Control of Noncommunicable Diseases; • The ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, adopted by the 86th International Labour Conference on 15 June 2010; ILO Conventions No. 155 of 1981 and No. 187 of 2006 on Occupational Safety and Health and Convention No. 161 on Occupational Health Services of 1985, ILO Asbestos Convention No. 162 of 1986, Occupational Cancer Convention No. 139 of 1974 and the ILO Resolution of 1 June 2006 concerning asbestos;

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Vol. 16 Núm.2. Julio 2018 Pags. 242-245 Revista Bras. Med. Trab. 2018; 16(2)