Occupational Cancer Convention, 1974

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Occupational Cancer Convention
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Parties to the convention
Signed 24 June 1974
Location Geneva
Effective 10 June 1976
Condition 2 ratifications
Ratifiers 39
Depositary Director-General of the International Labour Office
Languages French and English
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The Occupational Cancer Convention is an International Labour Organization Convention, established in 1974 during the 59th session of the Interlnational Labour Conference.[1] The convention entered into force in 1976 after ratification of Ecuador and Hungary. The convention has been ratified by 39 countries.

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