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IASC MINIMUM STANDARDS ON DUTY OF CARE IN THE CONTEXT OF COVID-19

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Published:
26 March 2021
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IASC MINIMUM STANDARDS ON DUTY OF CARE IN THE CONTEXT OF COVID-19

The IASC duty of care minimum standards guide IASC members and standing invitees (hereinafter ‘the IASC organizations’) in the implementation of adequate duty of care provisions in the context of COVID-19 for allof theirpersonnel regardless of nationality and contractual type.

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