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Name: Youth Employment Regulations (Prohibited Jobs and Restricted Jobs) (5756-1995).
Country: Israel
Subject(s): Hazardous child labour
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 1995-09-19
Entry into force:
Published on: Unofficial Translation, 3p.
ISN: ISR-1995-R-59874
Bibliography: Unofficial Translation, 3p.
Abstract/Citation: Made under Youth Employment Law 5713/1953. Sets forth list of jobs prohibited for young persons. Prohibition does not apply to employment of a youth pursuant to the Apprenticeship Law 5713/1953 or at the Vocational Training Centre for Youth under Section 1(b)(3) of the Law. Establishes that chief Work Supervisor may permit employment of a youth for a job, in places, and with restrictions laid down in the permit, if it is essential for the professional training of the youth. Revokes Youth Employment Regulations (Prohibited Jobs and Restricted Jobs), 5714/1954.
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