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New Guidelines for Ship breaking Adopted - ILO charts new course for workers recycling a growing fleet of aging ships

Author: International Labour Organization, Published on: 15 October 2003

An international meeting of experts on the ship-breaking industry has taken a decisive step toward improving the safety and health of thousands of workers who perform one of the world' s most hazardous occupations.

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