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Actividades para promover la seguridad vial y el apoyo a las víctimas con traumatismos causados por accidentes de tránsito: una guía para organizaciones no gubernamentales
World Health Organization ( 2012 )
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Addressing the challenges of the United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety (2011‒2020): outcome of the Second Global High-level Conference on Road Safety – Time for Results: draft resolution proposed by Brazil and the Dominican Republic
Executive Board, 138 ( 2016 )
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Addressing the challenges of the United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety (2011‒2020): outcome of the Second Global High-level Conference on Road Safety – Time for Results: report by the Secretariat
Executive Board, 138 ( 2016 )
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Addressing the global shortages of medicines, and the safety and accessibility of children’s medication: report by the Secretariat
Executive Board, 138 ( 2016 )
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Advocating for road safety and road traffic injury victims: a guide for nongovernmental organizations
World Health Organization ( 2012 )
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Aide-memoire for national blood programmes
World Health Organization. Dept. of Blood Safety and Clinical Technology ( 2002 )
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Aide-mémoire pour les programmes nationaux de transfusion sanguine
World Health Organization. Dept. of Blood Safety and Clinical Technology ( 2002 )
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L' amélioration de la sécurité routière : nouvelles approches , rapport d' un Groupe d' étude de l' OMS [réuni à Genève du 14 au 18 décembre 1987]
WHO Study Group on New Approaches to Improve Road Safety; World Health Organization ( 1989 )
Abstract

Des approches nouvelles à l'égard de la sécurité routière, faisant la synthèse de l'expérience acquise dans le monde en matière de prévention des accidents de la circulation, sont esquissées dans cet ouvrage qui s'adresse aux autorités nationales. L'accent est mis sur les enseignements pratiques à tirer de ce bilan et, en particulier, sur la nécessité de concevoir des mesures et des programmes de sécurité de caractère pragmatique, ainsi que sur l'importance d'une approche multisectorielle et sur les avantages que peuvent présenter des politiques décentralisées bénéficiant d'un appui à l'échelon local. Certaines mesures de prévention -- limitation de vitesse, ceinture de sécurité, normes de construction des véhicules, éducation des conducteurs et réglementation de la consommation d'alcool -- sont également passées en revue

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Biosafety guidelines for personnel engaged in the production of vaccines and biological products for medical use
World Health Organization. Programme on Bacterial, Viral Diseases and Immunology; Meeting of WHO Collaborating Centres on Biosafety and Safety Measures in Microbiology Advisory Group (1994 : Ontario, Canada) ( 1995 )
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Cinquième rapport de la Commission A
Assemblée mondiale de la Santé, 27 ( 1974 )
Control technology for the formulation and packing of pesticides
World Health Organization ( 1992 )
Abstract

Describes the ways in which current technologies and managerial procedures can be used to control the occupational health hazards inherent in the formulation and packing of pesticides. Measures needed to protect the general public and the environment surrounding the plant are also described. Primarily addressed to developing countries that are establishing or expanding their industrial bases, the book emphasizes the many advantages gained when control technologies are introduced at the design stage. To this end, chapters draw upon extensive international experience to identify all possible sources of occupational exposure, to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of different engineering and other control options, and to guide decisions that will result in a wise investment of resources as well as maximum protection of workers and the surrounding environment. Information is presented in six main chapters. To facilitate understanding of the basic principles and concepts of hazard control and worker protection, the opening chapters describe the sequence of operations in the preparation of dry and wet formulations, and list the eighteen most common sources of occupational exposure according to the operation where the exposure is most likely to occur. The third chapter discusses the general principles of control technology, covering administrative controls, engineering controls, and the essentials of contingency planning for emergency situations. The most extensive chapter provides a detailed description of various technologies for controlling occupational health hazards in pesticide formulation plants at four different stages, moving from the siting, layout and design of the plant, through control at or near the hazard source, to housekeeping, maintenance, and the personal protection of workers. Details range from a discussion of the advantages of a central vacuum system to line drawings illustrating ood, bad, and best ventilation systems for protecting workers during specific operations. The remaining chapters explain how monitoring, warning, and evaluation programmes, including preventive health examinations, contribute to the proper functioning of a control system, and outline basic principles for the safe storage, transport, and disposal of pesticides. The book concludes with an explanation of criteria used for the classification of pesticides by hazard, followed by a sample list of step-by-step precautions for the safe handling of two commonly used pesticides

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Data systems : a road safety manual for decision-makers and practitioners
World Health Organization; FIA Foundation for the Automobile and Society; Global Road Safety Partnership; World Bank ( 2010 )
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Decenio de Acción de las Naciones Unidas para la Seguridad Vial: proyecto de plan de acción: informe de la Secretaría
Consejo Ejecutivo, 128 ( 2011 )
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Draft fifth report of Committee A
World Health Assembly, 27 ( 1974 )
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Drug use and road safety: a policy brief
World Health Organization ( 2016 )
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Extended biosafety advisory group (BAG) meeting: meeting report. Geneva, Switzerland, 24-26 November 2014
World Health Organization ( 2015 )
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Faces behind the figures : voices of road traffic crash victims and their families
World Health Organization; Association for Safe International Road Travel ( 2007 )
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Fifth report of Committee A
World Health Assembly, 27 ( 1974 )
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First Meeting of the Intersessional Group of the International Forum on Chemical Safety, Bruges, Belgium, 20-23 March 1995 : final report
International Forum on Chemical Safety. Intersessional Group . Meeting (1st: 1995: Bruges, Belgium); World Health Organization. Programme for the Promotion of Chemical Safety ( 1995 )
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Fomento de la seguridad y accesibilidad de los medicamentos pediátricos: proyecto de resolución presentado por China y Tailandia
Consejo Ejecutivo, 138 ( 2016 )
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