White Lead (Painting) Convention, 1921

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ILO Convention
C13
White Lead (Painting) Convention, 1921
Date of adoption November 19, 1921
Date in force August 31, 1923
Classification Toxic Substances and Agents
Subject Occupational Safety and Health
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White Lead (Painting) Convention, 1921 is an International Labour Organization Convention.

It was established in 1921:

Having decided upon the adoption of certain proposals with regard to the prohibition of the use of white lead in painting, ...

Ratifications[edit]

As of 2013, the convention has been ratified by 63 states:

Country Date Notes
Afghanistan 12.6.1939
Algeria 19.10.1962
Argentina 26.5.1936
Austria 12.6.1924
Azerbaijan 19.5.1992
Belgium 19.7.1926
Benin 12.12.1960
Bosnia and Herzegovina 2.6.1993
Bulgaria 6.3.1925
Burkina Faso 21.11.1960
Cambodia 24.2.1969
Cameroon 7.6.1960
Central African Republic 27.10.1960
Chad 10.11.1960
Chile 15.9.1925
Colombia 20.6.1933
Comoros 23.10.1978
Congo 10.11.1960
Côte d'Ivoire 21.11.1960
Croatia 8.10.1991
Cuba 7.7.1928
Czech Republic 1.1.1993
Djibouti 3.8.1978
Estonia 8.9.1922
Finland 5.4.1929
France 19.2.1926
Gabon 14.10.1960
Greece 22.12.1926
Guatemala 5.1.1990
Guinea 21.1.1959
Hungary 8.6.1956
Iraq 19.4.1966
Italy 22.10.1952
Lao People's Democratic Republic 23.1.1964
Latvia 9.9.1924
Luxembourg 16.4.1928
Madagascar 1.11.1960
Mali 22.9.1960
Malta 9.6.1988
Mauritania 20.6.1961
Mexico 7.1.1938
Montenegro 3.6.2006
Morocco 13.6.1956
Netherlands 15.12.1939
Nicaragua 12.4.1934
Niger 27.2.1961
Norway 11.6.1929
Panama 19.6.1970
Poland 21.6.1924
Romania 4.12.1925
Russian Federation 10.10.1991 ratified as the Soviet Union
Senegal 4.11.1960
Serbia 24.11.2000 ratified as the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Slovakia 1.1.1993
Slovenia 29.5.1992
Spain 20.6.1924
Suriname 15.6.1976
Sweden 27.11.1923
The Republic of Macedonia[1] 17.11.1991
Togo 7.6.1960
Tunisia 12.6.1956
Uruguay 6.6.1933
Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela 28.4.1933

References[edit]

  1. ^ Referred to by the United Nations as "The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" due to the Macedonia naming dispute.

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