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Eslovaquia > Protección de la maternidad

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  1. Eslovaquia - Protección de la maternidad - Reglamento, Decreto, Orden, Ordenanza

    Ordinance No. 272/2004 establishing a list of tasks and workplaces which are forbidden to pregnant women, for mothers until nine months after delivery and for breast-feeding women, a list of tasks and workplaces which contain a higher risk for pregnant women, for mothers until nine months after delivery and for breast-feeding women, as well as establishing some obligations for employers when employing these women.

    Adopción: 2004-04-21 | Fecha de entrada en vigor: 2004-05-01 | SVK-2004-R-67870

    Annexes 1 and 2 give the lists of tasks and workplaces. Annex 3 indicates legal Acts of the EC and of the EU that are incorporated in Slovak legislation.
    Repeals: Laws Nos. 11/1968, 23/1968, 40/1968, 315/1998

  2. Eslovaquia - Protección de la maternidad - Otros textos (circular, directiva, aviso gubernativo, etc.)

    Notification No 190/2002 of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the adoption of the Convention of the International Labour Organization No. 183/2000 concerning the Revision of the Maternity Protection Convention (Revised), 1952

    Adopción: 2002-04-19 | Fecha de entrada en vigor: 2002-02-07 | SVK-2002-M-62148

    In accordance with Article 4(2) of the Convention, the length of the maternity leave is 28 weeks ; if the woman gave birth to two or more children at the same time or if she is a single mother, the length of the maternity leave is 37 weeks.

  3. Eslovaquia - Protección de la maternidad - Ley

    Act No. 98/1995 of 9 March 1995 on medical rules.

    Adopción: 1995-03-09 | SVK-1995-L-42925

    Inter alia provides for preventive health measures to be taken in factories (regular check-ups for employees engaging in skin-damaging labour or any other dangerous work).


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