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Nom: Decree of the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection No.176 of 28 November 2008 to Establish the Regulation on the Procedure of the Development and Adoption of Local Normative Legal Acts Containing Occupational safety Requirements for Professions and (or) of Certain Types of Works (Services) (text as amended to 24 December 2013).
Pays: Bélarus
Sujet(s): Sécurité et santé au travail
Type de loi: Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance
Adopté le: 2008-11-28
Entry into force:
ISN: BLR-2008-R-96778
Lien: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=96778&p_lang=fr
Bibliographie: Legislation On-Line Legislation On-Line National Center for Legal Information, Belarus PDF in Russian PDF in Russian (consulté le 2014-09-10)
Résumé/Citation: In accordance to article 20 of Law on Occupational Safety establishes the Regulation on the procedure of the development and adoption of local normative legal acts containing Occupational safety requirements for professions and (or) of certain types of works (services) with the following parts:
Chapter I: General provisions
Chapter II: Procedure of development, coordination and approval of regulations on Occupational safety
Chapter III: Structure and content of the regulations of Occupational safety
Chapter IV: Statement of requirements of Occupational safety in the regulation of Occupational safety
Chapter V: Actualization of regulations of Occupational safety
Chapter VI: Registration, copying and accounting of regulations on Occupational safety
Appendix I
Appendix II
Appendix III.
Repeals Decree of State Committee of Labour and Social Protection No.82 of 14 July 1994 on Establishment of the Regulation of Development, Coordination and Establishment of Regulations on Occupational safety (Bulleten Normativno-pravovoy informacii, 1994, No.10).
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