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В доклада се подчертава безопасността и здравето при работа (БЗР), като неразделна част от насърчаването на превенцията на професионалните болести.

Type: Report Date issued: 26 April 2013 Reference: 978-954-8404-14-3[ISBN] Download: ПРЕВЕНЦИЯ НА ПРОФЕСИОНАЛНИТЕ БОЛЕСТИ pdf - 1.3 MB Професионални заболявания предизвика огромно страдание и загуба в света на труда. Докато много напредък е постигнат в посрещането на предизвикателствата на професионалните заболявания, съществува спешна необходимост от засилване на капацитета за тяхното предотвратяване в националните системи за БЗР. Със съвместните усилия на правителствата и на работодателите и на работниците, борбата с тази скрита епидемия ще трябва да са застъпени в новите глобални и национални програми за безопасност и здраве. Този доклад за Световен ден за безопасност и здраве при работа очертава настоящото положение относно професионалните заболявания и представя предложения за разрешаване на този сериозен дефицит достоен труд.

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