Special Public Works Programmes - SPWP - Stone Paving-Blocks - Quarrying, Cutting and Dressing
Training element and technical guide for SPWP workers
Booklet No. 8
International Labour Office Geneva
These training materials have been prepared with the support of: Interregional Project for Support to Promotion of Special Public Works Programmes UNDP/ILO/INT/86/036, and Employment Generation in Urban Works Programmes Through Effective Use of Local Resources INT/89/021.
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First published 1992
This booklet replaces Stone Plaving Blocks: Quarrying, Cutting and Dressing (ISBN 92-2-106421-2)
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NOTE: This booklet, produced with the support of the United Nations Development Programme, is the result of collaboration between Laurent GUERIN, civil engineer and ILO technical adviser. Denis MALLEJAC, paving-block mason and independent consultant, and Adrien RICHARD, quarry operator at Monthey (Switzerland). Mike SHONE. ILO technical adviser, provided helpful comments on an earlier draft.
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