Cover: Occupational Safety and Health in Brazil

Occupational Safety and Health in Brazil

Risks and Policies

Published Jul 22, 2015

by John Mendeloff

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This report describes selected workplace safety and health conditions and policies in Brazil. The discussion of conditions focuses on the quality of reporting about acute fatal and non-fatal work injuries. The review of policies focuses on the enforcement of safety regulations, but surveys other public interventions as well.

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