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Original name: Nariadenie Vlady Slovenskej republiky o minimalnych bezpecnostnych a zdravotnych poziadavkach na stavenisko
Name: Ordinance No. 396/2006 on minimum safety and health requirements for construction sites.
Country: Slovakia
Subject(s): Protection in certain sectors of economic activity
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 2006-05-24
Entry into force:
Published on: Zbierka Zákonov Slovenskej Republiky, 2006-06-13, Ciastka 142, 2947-2961
ISN: SVK-2006-R-83746
Bibliography: Zbierka Zákonov Slovenskej Republiky, 2006-06-13, Ciastka 142, 2947-2961
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Abstract/Citation: The Ordinance incorporates into Slovak legal system the Directive of the Council of European Communities No. 92/57/EEC of 24 June 1992. Sections 6 to 8 define the duties of employers in ensuring occupational safety and health on construction site. Section 10 gives some guidelines for cooperation, coordination and negotiation between employees and employers with regard to occupational safety and health. This ordinance repeals ordinance No. 510/2001 as modified by Ordinance No. 282/2004.
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