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  1. Israel - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Law of 2016, concerning the Public Complaints Commission against those who represent the State of Israel in civil litigation. - Legislation online in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2016-08-11 | Date of entry into force: 2016-08-11 | ISR-2016-L-105437

    Chapter I: Definitions.
    Chapter II: Public Complaints Commission.
    Chapter III: Complaints Investigation.
    Chapter IV: General Provisions.

  2. Israel - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    National Civil Service Law of 2014. - Legislation online in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2014-03-19 | Date of entry into force: 2014-03-19 | ISR-2014-L-100288

    The Law provides that national civilian service may be either "civilian social" or "civilian security" service.
    Although national civilian service is generally to be done within the territory of Israel or in areas under Israel's military control in the West Bank (Judea and Samaria), service abroad may be approved for certain purposes, including assistance to Israelis outside of the state's borders, assistance to those wishing to immigrate to Israel, and aid to Israelis in emergency situations, as well as for the purpose of representing Israel abroad. Service abroad must be arranged with the foreign country where it will be performed; the arrangement should include the provision of entry and residence visas for those fulfilling national civilian service. According to the NCS, service abroad may not be performed in North America or in Western Europe.
    The NCS Law clarifies that there will be no employment relationships between persons who perform national civilian service and the operating body where the service is performed. The Law requires servicemen to be compensated for their transportation costs, as well as for their sustenance, at rates determined according to the type of service provided and the serviceperson┐s family situation. Compensation rates, however, must not exceed those paid to conscripts serving mandatory military service.
    he NCS Law requires that haredi (ultra-orthodox) servicemen will be provided the special accommodations needed to maintain their haredi lifestyle. The Law requires that the operational body will appoint an employee with a suitable background and familiarity with the haredi lifestyle. This employee will conduct necessary examinations to ensure the provision of suitable conditions to the haredi servicemen and will be able to receive complaints and inquiries relating to haredi accommodation needs.
    The NCS Law establishes the Agency for National Civilian Service and provides for its operating procedures. The Agency will be headed by a general manager, who will be subordinate to a Minister designated by the government for implementation of the NCS Law. This Minister will appoint supervisors to carry out investigations under the Law. The NCS Law authorizes supervisors to obtain information and enter premises belonging to operational bodies in accordance with conditions enumerated by the Law. Special arrangements, however, apply to the authority of the supervisors in relation to the defense system.

  3. Israel - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    National Firefighting and Rescue Authority Law of 2012. - Legislation on-line in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2012-08-08 | Date of entry into force: 2012-08-08 | ISR-2012-L-94386

    Chapter I: Definitions and Objectives.
    Chapter II: The National Firefighting and Rescue Authority.
    Chapter III: Firefighters, Employees and Volunteers.
    Chapter IV: Fire Incident Management.
    Chapter V: Fire Safety.
    Chapter VI: Fire Investigations and Operational Debriefings.
    Chapter VII: Penalties.
    Chapter VIII: This Law Applies the State and the Defense Service.
    Chapter X: Provisions regarding Conurbations Dissolution, Employees and Properties Transfer and the Transition Period.
    Chapter XI: Consequential Amendments.
    Chapter XII: Repealing and Preserving Laws.

  4. Israel - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Law of 2012 on Weight Restrictions in the Modelling Industry. - Legislation on-line in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2012-03-27 | Date of entry into force: 2013-01-01 | ISR-2012-L-94411

    The law prohibits advertisements which display models (both male and female) which are underweight in accordance to measuring formulas prescribed in the law (i.e. body mass index). Models will be obliged to produce a doctor's certificate prior to taking part in the production of an advertisement.
    Additionally, if an advertiser alters the appearance of the model by digital means, the advertisement must contain a notice which clarifies that the model's body features were graphically altered.

  5. Israel - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Aviation Law, 5771-2011. - Legislation on-line in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2011-03-30 | Date of entry into force: 2011-04-13 | ISR-2011-L-91109

    This comprehensive legislation regulates security of all civil aviation in Israel. It regulates licensing of operators and service providers, including pilots, flight schools, airport inspectors, flight controllers, and manufacturers of aircraft and aviation equipment. In addition, the Law introduces specific security clearance and medical eligibility requirements for aviation industry workers. The Law prohibits aviation workers from consuming drugs or alcohol while performing their duties.

    The Law contains special provisions on the operation and management of aviation schools, commercial operation of aircraft, and aircraft maintenance and inspections, as well as on the provision of airport services and the operation of airports and landing spaces.

    The Law authorizes the Minister of Transport and Road Safety to impose time limits on aviation activity in specific airports after giving interested parties the opportunity to present their comments. The Law further authorizes the head of the aviation agency or other designated person to limit, subject to conditions, void, or refuse to renew any licenses that were fraudulently or erroneously obtained, issued based on the fulfilment of conditions that no longer exist, issued to persons convicted of offences under conditions making them unfit for holding licenses, or issued to persons who have violated this or any other aviation law or applicable military order. Additionally, the Law regulates the manufacture, import, export, as well as the registration and labelling of aircraft. It requires operators of aircraft to maintain up-to-date certificates of aviation eligibility.

    The Law implements requirements established under the Convention on International Civil Aviation, signed in Chicago on December 7, 1944, and later appendices and amendments, as long as they have been adopted by the State of Israel.

    This law repeals The Aviation Law of 1927.

  6. Israel - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Encouragement of Ethical Conduct in the Public Service Law (No. 5752 of 1992). - Law on-line in English

    Adoption: 1992 | ISR-1992-L-64022

    Makes provision for complaint by public servant of corrupt act or other infringement of ethical conduct that has occurred at his or her workplace. If complaint is found to have been justified, complainant shall receive certificate to this effect. Under certain circumstances, complainant may also receive certificate of merit.

  7. Israel - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    State Service (Benefits) (Amendment No. 29) Law, 5750-1989 (No. 12 of 1989).

    Adoption: 1989-12-05 | ISR-1989-L-79942

    Inserts new section 63C(d) concerning persons retiring prior to 1 July 1979.

  8. Israel - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    State Service (Discipline) (Amendment No. 7) Law, 5743-1983

    Adoption: 1983-01-03 | ISR-1983-L-5078

    Amends the State Service (Discipline) Law of 1965 and adds a new s. 61C. In particular, deals with disciplinary measures which may be used, including forfeiture of salary within set limits.

  9. Israel - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Defence Service Law, 5719-1959 (official consolidated version).

    Adoption: 1959 | ISR-1959-L-49674

    Governs military service of men and women. S. 16 requires recruits to undergo agricultural training. Available in English.

  10. Israel - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Night Baking (Prohibition) Law, 5711-1951.

    Adoption: 1951 | ISR-1951-L-36147

    Prohibits night baking except for preparatory and complementary work. Permits night baking under certain circumstances such as state of emergency. The Minister of Labour may also permit night baking and attach certain conditions to such a permit.

  11. Israel - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Discharged Soldiers (Reinstatement in Employment) Law, 5709-1949. - Law on-line in English

    Adoption: 1949 | Date of entry into force: 1949-05-15 | ISR-1949-L-36152


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