Social Aspects of Road Transport

The Seminar, held in Paris in December 1998, was a forum for discussion, in a broad sense, gathering together people from international scientific circles and people responsible for the preparation of political decisions. Bringing together delegates from more than 30 European countries, it was the o...

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Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Paris OECD Publishing 1999, 1999
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505 0 |a Summary of Discussions -- The Working Conditions of HGV Drivers by E. Frieling, P. Kiegeland, and C. Garo -- Social Aspects of Road Transport: Introduction to the Analysis of Issues by J. Burnewicz -- International Regulatory Provisions Concerning the Organisation of Working Time of Mobile Workers in Road Transport by W. Smolders -- Social Aspects of Road Transport: Drivers' Working Hours by P. Hamelin -- Main Similarities and Differences Between East and West as seen by Hungary by J. Palfalvi -- Heavy Lorry Drivers: Some Views on the Timing of Work and Related Questions by T. Akerstedt -- Regulating the Management of Working Time in Road Transport by N. McDonald -- The Introduction of On-Board Computers in Trucks in Relation to Social Aspects of Road Transport by F. Van Ouwerkerk 
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520 |a The Seminar, held in Paris in December 1998, was a forum for discussion, in a broad sense, gathering together people from international scientific circles and people responsible for the preparation of political decisions. Bringing together delegates from more than 30 European countries, it was the occasion to discuss the following four recurring topics: working conditions: effects of foreseen modifications of working time on both the security and health of drivers; access to, and future of, the profession; the economic stakes: business competitivity, subcontracting, competition not only between enterprises but also between countries; and the role and limits of public authorities