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1995

CIS 95-1169 Ordinance No.89/1995 (14 July) of the government concerning occupational health services [Hungary]
A Kormány 89/1995. (VII. 14.) Korm. rendelete a foglalkozás-egészségügyi szolgálatról [in Hungarian]
This regulation prescribes the establishment and/or maintenance of occupational health services by all enterprises. Where the number of employees per shift belonging to categories A (high risk occupations) and B (intermediate risk occupations) exceeds 300, the local provision of occupational health services (including first aid provisions) might be prescribed by the appropriate health authority. A special fee shall be payable by enterprises not providing the appropriate level of occupational health service to their workers. In annex: fee levels as defined above; occupational hygiene monitoring requirements prescribed by the regulation; minimum number of employees by shift (by risk category) beyond which the presence at the workplace of a medical doctor and nurse is required; classification of occupations according to risk.
Magyar Közlöny, 14 July 1995, No.60, p.3313-3316.
http://net.jogtar.hu/jr/gen/hjegy_doc.cgi?docid=99500089.KOR [in Hungarian]