RR172 - The role of occupational exposure limits in the health and safety systems of EU Member States
The study had three main objectives, which were to:
- present a review of current procedures for setting OELs in
all EU Member States, including an analysis of their legal
status, and their relationship to the IOELV Directive
- undertake a detailed analysis of the methods and practices of
the regulatory agencies in several member states on achieving
compliance with specific OELs and a discussion of the different
meanings associated with compliance with OELs generally
- set these findings in a wider discussion of the role of OELs
within the regulation of occupational health and safety
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