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The Organic Law on Prevention, Working Conditions and Working Environment does not expressly exclude workers in the construction sector. This training shall be provided by the employer or through specialized agencies in the field, according to the specifications of the undertaking.
covenib A dependent worker is a natural person providing services subject to remuneration under the control of another natural or legal person. The activity shall resume when the OSH Committee determines so. Work shall be performed in adequate working conditions offering the necessary facilities for recreation, rest, consumption of meals, cultural and sport activities, as well as for technical and professional training.
The National Training Institute. The OSH Service at the workplace shall assess and propose measures to control the conditions and working environment that can affect both the physical and mental health of workers in the workplace or the external environment of the workplace and the health of workers’ families.
Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of – 2013
OSH inspectors in charge of the supervision and inspection of workplaces have the power to interrogate workers, employers and their representatives, as well as to require the necessary information for the performance of their duties.
Delegates on prevention OSH issues, democratically elected according to the law, shall represent the workers at the committee on safety and health at work. Employers shall report to the National Institute for Prevention, Health and Safety at Work, the occupational diseases and accidents and any other pathological conditions established by law that may occur in the workplace and shall keep a record of them.
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Norma Covenin 2237 – 89 / Ropa, Equipos y Dispositivos de …
Employers shall establish an occupational safety and health service at the workplace which shall organize a first-aid system, transportation of injured workers, emergency medical response and contingency plans Arts.
Besides, the Organic Labour Law of May 7,sets out provisions concerning the work of children, pregnant and lactating workers, working conditions, and cobenin Labour Inspectorate, among others. The main employer shall require contractors, subcontractors and intermediaries to comply with the duties established in OSH regulations.
Workers have the right to refuse to work in a 227-89, or remove themselves from a situation which they have a reasonable justification to believe presents an imminent or serious danger to their life or health. Inspectors shall ensure the compliance with the standards of working conditions, health and safety at work, protection of the family, motherhood and fatherhood, in all inspections within their territorial jurisdiction.
The Budgetary Law for each budgetary year shall foresee a special provision for the promotion and prevention of occupational health and safety. Workers and their families shall exercise civil action for compensations.
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Employers shall, trough the prevention OSH delegates and OSH Services at the workplace establish a system of surveillance of workers health. The National Institute for Prevention, Health and Safety at Work where there is grave and imminent danger, or a detrimental situation to the safety and health of workers, shall suspend fully or partially the activity, production, operation or tasks of a workplace, until such situation has been solved.
Employers shall consult workers and their organizations before they undertake measures that could bring about organizational changes that may affect a group of workers or all of them in OSH related matters. The National Institute for Prevention, Health and Safety at Work shall, following an investigation, make a report and qualify the source of a work accident or occupational disease.
Organizations and agencies with consultation and participation functions: Pregnant workers are exempt from any type of task or activity that might engender their life or the life of the child.
The National Public Health System. Workers have the right to withdraw from work, in the case of omissions or imprudence which may seriously affect their health and safety. Domestic workers are expressly included within the scope of application of the Organic Law on Prevention, Working Conditions and Working Environment Art.
Employers, as well as cooperatives, shall establish an OSH service at the workplace. Employers shall set up OSH services in workplaces with more than workers, and in workplaces with between 50 and workers for economic activities indicated in the technical standards issued in this regard. Work shall be performed in adequate working conditions offering immediate provision of first-aid to injured workers Art. The OSH committees shall: The employer shall report the occupational accident or disease to the National OSH Institute, the OSH Committee and the workers’ union, 24 hours after the accident occurred or the disease was diagnosed.
Those who import substances potentially harmful to the health of workers, as classified by the National Institute for Prevention, Health and Safety at Work, shall comply with law provisions and provide a certificate of free sale in their country of origin. In case of non-payment of financial penalties for contraventions of the Labour Code, offenders could endure arrest, for a period from 10 up to 90 days. The Organic Labour Law indicates that its Title IV applies to the labour relations defined therein which include home workersand that aspects not regulated in that Title shall be governed by the rest of provisions contained in the Organic Labour Law, its Regulation and special laws Art.
The employer shall ensure that this information is conveyed properly, including through specific training for workers. The law provides penalties against employers and their representatives when the violation of OSH regulations leads covenun permanent damages or disabilities of workers. OSH legislation applies also to non-dependent workers whenever it is compatible with the nature of their tasks.
Prevention OSH delegates, in order to perform their duties, shall have access, with the limitations provided by the law, to the necessary information and documentation relating to the working conditions.
In these cases, the work relationship is not suspended and the employer shall continue paying the salary to the employee. When workers cannot leave the workplace for the lunch break they are provided with, at least, half and hour break that shall be considered as working time. The list of occupational diseases covenun not exclude other diseases which may be considered as occupational ones Title III.
The 2237-98 shall request the intervention of the Attorney General to exercise criminal action. Time taken by the prevention OSH delegates to perform their duties and for training on OSH issues, shall be considered part of the working day and shall be paid. The crime of manslaughter is provided for in the Criminal Code.
The duties of the prevention OSH cocenin include collaboration with the employer and their representatives to improve the prevention and promotion of health and safety at work. This service shall be multidisciplinary and it is critical in the field of prevention, according to the provisions of OSH legislation. These books will have no amendments and shall be signed by the members of the Committee.
A list of occupational diseases is provided by the law Annex 1. The Ministry responsible for OSH shall: A joint committee on safety and health at work shall be established in every workplace, undertaking or working unit of any public and private entity. The Ministry with competencies in occupational safety and health.