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  1. Zambia - Protection in certain sectors of economic activity - Law, Act

    Mines and Minerals Development Act, 2015 [No. 11 of 2015]. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-08-13 | Date of entry into force: 2015-06-30 | ZMB-2015-L-101344

    An Act to revise the law relating to the exploration for, mining and processing of, minerals; provide for safety, health and environmental protection in mining operations; provide for the establishment of the Mining Appeals Tribunal; repeal and replace the Mines and Minerals Development Act, 2008; and provide for matters connected with, or incidental to, the foregoing.

  2. Zambia - Protection in certain sectors of economic activity - Miscellaneous (circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc.)

    Construction (Safety and Health) Regulations 1967 (S.I. No. 420).

    Adoption: 1967-12-06 | ZMB-1967-M-18834

    Repeal the Building and Engineering Construction Regulations and the Building and Engineering Construction (Lifting Machinery) Regulations.

  3. Zambia - Protection in certain sectors of economic activity - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Construction (Safety and Health) Regulations (S. I. No. 420 of 1967) as amended up to S. I. No. 90 of 1974. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1967 | ZMB-1967-R-65343

    Part I: Preliminary (interpretation, exemption). Part II: Scaffolds and Means of Access. Part III: Working Platforms, Working Places, Gangways, etc. Part IV: Lifting Machinery. Part V: Hoists. Part VI: Lifting Tackle and Plant. Part VII: Excavations, Shafts and Tunnels. Part VIII: Demolition. Part IX: Transport. Part X: Health . Part XI : Miscellaneous (temporary structures, prevention of drowning, guarding of machinery, electricity, duties of contractors and employers, duties of workers, etc.). 2 Schedules.

  4. Zambia - Protection in certain sectors of economic activity - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Woodworking Machinery Regulations (S. I. No. 253 of 1967), as amended up to S. I. 94 of 1974. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1967 | ZMB-1967-R-65345

  5. Zimbabwe - Protection in certain sectors of economic activity - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Mining (Management and Safety) (Amendment) Regulations, 1996 (No. 5) (S.I. No. 168 of 1996).

    Adoption: 1996-08-09 | ZWE-1996-R-44864

    Amends provisions of the Mining (Management and Safety) Regulations, 1990 relating to certficates of competency for mine managers and miners who use explosives.

  6. Zimbabwe - Protection in certain sectors of economic activity - Law, Act

    Pneumonoconiosis Amendment Act 1983 (No. 37).

    Adoption: 1983 | ZWE-1983-L-282

    Act to amend the Pneumoconiosis Act. No. 37. Miscellaneous amendments.

  7. Zimbabwe - Protection in certain sectors of economic activity - Law, Act

    Pneumonoconiosis Amendment Act 1978 (No. 38)

    Adoption: 1978 | ZWE-1978-L-29277

    This Act of Rhodesia amends the Pneumoconiosis Act (Chapter 327) and the Workmen's Compensation Act (Chapter 269).

  8. Zimbabwe - Protection in certain sectors of economic activity - Law, Act

    Pneumonoconiosis Amendment Act 1977 (No. 30)

    Adoption: 1977 | ZWE-1977-L-29276

    This Act of Rhodesia amends the Pneumoconiosis Act of 1971 (Chapter 327).

  9. Zimbabwe - Protection in certain sectors of economic activity - Law, Act

    Pneumoconiosis Act [Chapter 15:08]. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1971-08-01 | ZWE-1971-L-29275

    This Act of Rhodesia provides for the relief and assistance of persons (and their dependants) who are working or have worked on mining locations and in dusty occupations, and who are found to be suffering from pneumoconiosis or tuberculosis. It also seeks to control the working of persons in dusty occupations. Revised edition 1996 available.

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