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  1. Slovakia - Protection in certain sectors of economic activity - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Notification No. 46/2010 of the Ministry of labour, social affairs and family providing for the protection of occupational health and safety of forestry work and regulating the professional requirements for execution of certain task and manipulation of certain technical equipment. (Vyhláska Ministerstva práce, sociálnych vecí a rodiny Slovenskej republiky, ktorou sa ustanovujú podrobnosti na zaistenie bezpečnosti a ochrany zdravia pri lesnej práci a podrobnosti o odbornej spôsobilosti na výkon niektorých pracovných činností a na obsluhu niektorých technických zariadení) - Notification on-line in Slovak

    Adoption: 2010-01-29 | Date of entry into force: 2010-03-01 | SVK-2010-R-87040

    Section 1: Notions
    Section 2: Details related to general principles of prevention
    Section 3: Details of professional capacity
    Section 4: Forest work with chain-saw
    Section 5: Timber extraction
    Section 6: Timber gathering
    Section 7: Manipulation of timber and its storing
    Section 8: Transportation of timber, its loading and unloading
    Section 9: Collection of seeds
    Section 10: Repealing provisions
    Section 11: Entry into force
    Annex 1: Details of health and safety protection while working with chain-saw
    Annex 2: Details of health and safety protection during timber extraction
    Annex 3: Details of health and safety protection during timber gathering
    Annex 4: Details of health and safety protection during manipulation and storing of timber
    Annex 5: Details of health and safety protection during the transport of timber, its loading and unloading

  2. Slovakia - Protection in certain sectors of economic activity - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ordinance No. 396/2006 on minimum safety and health requirements for construction sites. (Nariadenie Vlady Slovenskej republiky o minimalnych bezpecnostnych a zdravotnych poziadavkach na stavenisko) - Act on-line in Slovak

    Adoption: 2006-05-24 | Date of entry into force: 2006-07-01 | SVK-2006-R-83746

    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.

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

    Ordinance No. 356/2006 on protection of employees' health against risks due to exposure to carcinogenic and mutagenic factors at work.

    Adoption: 2006-05-10 | Date of entry into force: 2006-06-01 | SVK-2006-R-74483

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

    Ordinance No. 282/2004 amending Ordinance No. 510/2001 on minimum safety and health requirements for a construction site.

    Adoption: 2004-04-21 | Date of entry into force: 2004-05-01 | SVK-2004-R-71361

    Integrates into the Slovak legal system EU Directive No. 92/57.

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

    Order No. 117/2002 on minimum requirements for safety and health protection of employees in mining and extraction of non-reserved minerals.

    Adoption: 2002-02-20 | Date of entry into force: 2002-04-01 | SVK-2002-R-62152

    Defines the minimum duties of the employer with regard to occupational safety and health.


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