Health and Safety Programme

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  • The Environment, Health and Safety Programme Managing Chemicals through OECD presents about The OECD, OECD and the Environment, OECD’s Environment, Health and Safety Programme, Common policies and high-quality instruments for chemical safety.

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  • The environment, health and safety programme present of The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development; OECD and the Environment; OECD’s Environment, Health and Safety Programme; Common policies and high-quality instruments for chemical safety; OECD and the rest of the world.

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  • Yet, not enough countries use these and other effective policy options to prevent death, disease and injury attributable to alcohol consumption. Since 1999, when WHO fi rst began to report on alcohol policies, at least 34 countries have adopted some type of formal policies. Restrictions on alcohol marketing and on drink–driving have increased but, in general, there are no clear trends on most preventive measures.

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  • companion document, entitled Guidance on Safety Performance Indicators (2003), will be published immediately following the 2nd edition of the Guiding Principles. The Guidance on SPI is designed to assist relevant stakeholders to establish programmes for assessing their own performance related to the prevention of, preparedness for, and response to chemical accidents.

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  • Women will be more and more involved in the global workforce, in both formal and informal work. In ensuring economic survival for themselves and their families they employ a variety of strategies, some of which entail great danger for their health. This review highlights the necessity to strengthen and put in place more and better programmes and practices so as to ensure women’s health and safety at work, while facilitating their access to economic and social equality.

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  • Most government training programmes have attempted to improve the level of knowledge and skills of the TBA but have done little to bridge the wide socio-cultural gap between the traditional and the modern practitioners. On the other hand, several micro-level projects especially in the NGO sector have shown that when this gulf between the TBA and the formal health system is bridged, TBA training programmes can be much more effective.

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  • PDS, food price policies, food subsidies, food safety net, food for work programme. Food quality. Measurement of poverty. Poverty alleviation and development strategies.

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  • Recent developments suggest that substantial clinical and programmatic advantages can come from adopting a single, universal regimen both to treat HIV-infected pregnant women and to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV. This streamlining should maximize PMTCT programme performance through better alignment and linkages with antiretroviral therapy (ART) programmes at every level of service delivery. One of WHO’s two currently recommended PMTCT antiretroviral (ARV) programme options, Option B, takes this unified approach....

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  • Educational programmes* such as those presented as examples in this report should equip health care providers* with standards that would enable them to plan, implement and evaluate high-quality therapeutic patient education* for chronic diseases*. Two sets of criteria are needed: for the expected outcome of care for patients, and for the quality of the educational process. Care providers and educational specialists would then perform periodic evaluation* against those cri- teria.

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  • The essential role of a multistakeholder approach Addressing, comprehensively, the issues of diet and physical activity requires the involvement of a range of stakeholders. A multistakeholder approach to the development and implementation of WHP policies and programmes is key to the success, effectiveness and sustainability of the programmes.

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  • Contrary to the belief of many people, the health, safety and socioeconomic problems attributable to alcohol can be effectively reduced. Many evidence-based alcohol policies and prevention programmes are shown to work. One of the most effective is raising alcohol prices by raising taxes. This has the added benefi t of generating increased revenues. A recent analysis of 112 studies on the effects of alcohol tax increases affi rmed that when taxes go up, drinking goes down, including among problem drinkers and youth.

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  • Programme on Chemical Safety (a collaborative programme of the United Nations Environment Programme, the International Labour Organisation, and the World Health Organization)

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  • Although the prospective character of the activity and the request to think in new directions required an open-minded look at the food sector, some elements of the “real-world” configuration had to be taken into account from the beginning. This was in particular the regulatory system within the European Union, and here especially the EC White Paper on Food Safety2 from 1999, which already contains a strong notion of food safety and health. Also the directives on labelling and the release of genetically modified organisms played a role in the development of future research issues.

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