Hours of Work (Coal Mines) Convention (Revised), 1935
|Date of adoption||June 21, 1935|
|Date in force||Withdrawn on May 30, 2000|
|Subject||Occupational Safety and Health|
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It was established in 1935, with the preamble stating:
Having decided upon the adoption of certain proposals with regard to the partial revision of the Convention limiting hours of work in coal mines adopted by the Conference at its Fifteenth Session,,...
The convention did not come into force.
The principles contained in the convention were a revision of ILO Convention C31, Hours of Work (Coal Mines) Convention, 1931.
The convention was never brought into force, and was withdrawn at the ILO General Conference May 30, 2000.
|Cuba||April 14, 1936|
|Mexico||September 1, 1939|
|Spain||November 30, 1971|
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