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  1. Serbia and Montenegro - Transport and communication workers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulations of 19 January 2000 on health conditions that must be met by railway workers (Text No. 36).

    Adoption: 2000-01-19 | Date of entry into force: 2000-01-28 | YUG-2000-R-57244

    Concerns workers who directly participate in railway traffic. Medical examinations are conducted, inter alia, before the conclusion of the labour relation for the evaluation of the worker's psychological and physical ability (general state of health, sight, hearing and balance).

  2. Serbia and Montenegro - Transport and communication workers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulations of 19 January 2000 on the procedure for evaluation of psychological and physical ability of railway workers before they begin working and during their work (Text No. 37).

    Adoption: 2000-01-19 | Date of entry into force: 2000-01-28 | YUG-2000-R-57245

    Aims at increasing the security of railway traffic. Provides for the evaluation of working capacity by the direct chief of the railway worker, an authorized railway worker in charge of security of the railway traffic, and an authorized doctor.

  3. Serbia and Montenegro - Transport and communication workers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulations on vocational training of the technical personnel and the personnel of aviation control, cursus, exams, diplomas and professional activity of that personnel (Text No. 368).

    Adoption: 1992-04-14 | YUG-1992-R-31301

  4. Serbia and Montenegro - Transport and communication workers - Miscellaneous (circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc.)

    Regulations containing technical standards applicable to handling of explosives and blasting in the mining industry. Text No. 329.

    Adoption: 1987-01-05 | YUG-1987-M-6453

    The Regulations, consisting of 305 sections, deal with the receipt, transport, stocking, guarding, delivery, use and destruction of authorised explosures, precautions to take and inspections to carry out, especially during handling between storage pits and mining operation sites. They also set forth the requirements such operations must meet, depending upon whether they are underground or surface operations. Special provisions concern the use of underground water and minerals, petroleum and natural gas. Repeals, in particular, the Regulations of 26 Jan. 1967 on protective measures in the handling of explosives during blasting operations in mines. Entry into force six months following publication.

  5. Serbia and Montenegro - Transport and communication workers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulations respecting the working hours of air traffic controllers.

    Adoption: 1986-02-11 | YUG-1986-R-2112

  6. Serbia and Montenegro - Transport and communication workers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulations to amend the Regulations [of 6 Dec. 1983] respecting the total driving time for motor vehicle drivers, their rest periods and the arrangement of work for two-person crews, in so far as it affects the safety of driving.

    Adoption: 1985-10-14 | YUG-1985-R-2042

    Amends, inter alia, ss. 2 and 14.

  7. Serbia and Montenegro - Transport and communication workers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulations respecting the total driving time for motor vehicle drivers, their rest periods and the arrangement of work for two-man crews, in so far as it affects the safety of driving.

    Adoption: 1983-12-06 | YUG-1983-R-16765

  8. Serbia and Montenegro - Transport and communication workers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulations respecting the health conditions to be fulfilled by the drivers of motor vehicles (Text No. 400).

    Adoption: 1967-05-13 | YUG-1967-R-18829


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