Information on PSCI and resource materials on pharmaceutical supply chain sustainability
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Risk-Based Exposure Assessment & Control guideline - first steps
Johnson & Johnson
Risk-Based Exposure Assessment & Control guideline
Chemical Risk Assessment & Exposure Monitoring
Basic Elements / Characterisation
Employee notification of industrial hygiene sampling results
IH Maturity Ladder Level 5
Industrial Hygiene Monitoring
Introduction To Bayesian Statistics
Dave Pearson, Djon Gentry, Tim Allers
Further information on Non-Discrimination (Organisations, Reference Material).
Additional resources on wages, benefits and working hours.
Information regarding employee working hours.
An overview of employee wages, benefits and working hours.
Further information on Freely Chosen Employment (Organisations, Reference Material)
A list with explanations of the different types of forced labor.
An explanation as to what Forced Labour is.
This Fair Hiring Toolkit offers tools, guidance, and approaches for suppliers to support the responsible recruitment and hiring of migrant workers in global supply chains.
This Fair Hiring Toolkit offers tools, guidance, and approaches for businesses to support the responsible recruitment and hiring of migrant workers in global supply chains.
Organisations and reference material relating to Freedom of Association.
This briefing document seeks to explain clearly what freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining mean.
Links to organisations involved in the fair treatment of employees, along with reference material.
Links to additional resources including organisations involved in ending child labor and reference material.
An example of how to deal with child labor.
Information on tackling child labour in Global Supply Chains from the Danish Ethical Trading Initiative.
Guidelines and Instructions for Using Risk Based Exposure Assessment Process (RBEAP) Form
Objectives: To provide a tool and system that helps organize and document the decision for establishing an IH sampling strategy to assess risk.
Companies should use a management system to facilitate continual improvement and compliance with labor standards.
The practical handbook on Business and Human Rights.
Multiple resources concerning the supply chain from UN Global Compact.
Once the hazards in the workplace have been identified and categorized by type, location and degree, appropriate preventive and protective steps should be taken to deal with the hazards. Although Worker Protection is commonly equated to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), PPE should actually be the last line of defence in the effort to protect workers.
This document has been developed as a program guideline for companies who are
required to have a written Hearing Conservation Program.
Handling cytostatic drugs requires a number of organizational and technical systems in order to guarantee the best possible protection for personnel. This booklet focuses on various ways of protecting personnel from potential hazards through the careful handling of cytostatic drugs, and for this reason, product protection is only briefly discussed.
Process Safety Management (PSM) is recognized as Good Manufacturing Practice. In many countries PSM is covered by specific regulations. The general intent of PSM is to provide safe processes that define and manage risk based on common management practice designed to identify and mitigate hazards.
PowerPoint on dust hazards, their identification and communication.
Biological hazards arise from exposure to hormones, viruses, fungi, bacteria or any other living organisms that can cause harm, illness, or damage to the human body.