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  1. Austria - Nursing personnel - Law, Act

    Federal Act on settlement of the Healthcare employees Cooperation Fund (BGBl I 33/2016) (Bundesgesetz über die Abwicklung des Krankenanstalten-Zusammenarbeitsfonds (KRAZAF-Abwicklungsgesetz)) - Act on-line in German

    Adoption: 2016-06-02 | Date of entry into force: 2016-06-03 | AUT-2016-L-104239

    The Act announces the expiration of the Healthcare employees Cooperation Fund which was established in 1991.

  2. Austria - Nursing personnel - Law, Act

    Federal law on the care of persons in private Households (Text No. 33). (Hausbetreuungsgesetz - (HBeG)) - Law on-line in German

    Adoption: 2007-06-29 | Date of entry into force: 2007-07-01 | AUT-2007-L-83866

    Regulates the specific area of persons caring for ill and disabled persons in private homes.
    Section 1 - General provisions
    Section 2 - Special Employment Provisions
    Section 3 - Quality of care
    Section 4 - Implementation and Enforcement

  3. Austria - Nursing personnel - Law, Act

    Federal Act amending the Health Care Act and the Federal Act regulating medical services (No. 6). (GuKG-Novelle 2003.)

    Adoption: 2004-02-16 | AUT-2004-L-67153

    Makes provision for professional duties of nurses and other medical personnel. Also establishes different spheres of activity in medical services, and regulates admission to employment in medical services. Finally, provides for training, vocational training and continuous vocational training of nurses and other medical personnel.

  4. Austria - Nursing personnel - Law, Act

    Act on the hours of work in health institutions and to amend the Federal Act on the arrangement of hours of work [Text No. 8].

    Adoption: 1997-01-10 | Date of entry into force: 1997-01-01 | AUT-1997-L-47999

    Working time in health institutions shall not be more than an average of 48 hours a week over a period of 17 weeks, and not more than 60 hours in any given week. The period of time over which an average working time is calculated may be extended to 26 weeks through a collective agreement on the enterprise level. Also provides for rest time and overtime pay. The Act applies to doctors, medical technicians, and nurses.

  5. Austria - Nursing personnel - Law, Act

    Federal Act of 1 March 1989 amending the Physicians Act 1984, and Federal Acts amending the Physicians Act 1984, the General Social Insurance Act and the Federal Act laying down rules for nursing services, medical-technical services and the public health service. Text No. 138.

    Adoption: 1989-03-01 | Date of entry into force: 1989-01-01 | AUT-1989-L-8353

    Concerns training institutions.


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