ILO Home
NATLEX home page NATLEX home page
Home pageContact usHow do I use NATLEX? 
 
  
0   
 Advanced search results
 
NORMLEX home
 
NATLEX Home
 
Browse by country
 
Browse by subject
 
Advanced search
 
New in NATLEX
- by country
- by subject
 
Printer-friendly view
 

0
Français - Español  
  
609 results match your search (201-250 displayed) « First  « Previous |  Next »  Last »



1995-04-27JPN-1995-M-43493
Japan 
Notification of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry [Notification No. 254 of 1995] specifying the permissible density limit of radioactive substances in the air according to the Mining Safety Regulations of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry [Ordinance No. 13 of 1994]
Kampoo, 1995-04-27, No. 80, pp. 2-59

Repeals the Ordinance of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry [Ordinance No. 83 of 1989].
Date of entry into force: 1995-04-01




1995-03-31JPN-1995-L-43508
Japan 
Cabinet Order [No. 140 of 1995] amending the Labour Ministry Organizational Law [Law No. 393 of 1952] made under the National Diet Administration Law [Law No. 120 of 1948].
Kampoo, 1995-03-31, Vol. 1, No. 60, pp. 87-88

Changes the section of the text concerning Labour Insurance.
Date of entry into force: 1995-04-01




1995-03-31JPN-1995-L-43507
Japan 
Law [No. 59 of 1995] amending the Radiation Hindrance Prevention Law [Law No. 167 of 1957].
Kampoo, 1995-03-31, Vol. 1, No. 60, pp. 81-82

The law now covers rental businesses, rental business offices, and rental business workers.




1995-03-31JPN-1995-L-43509
Japan 
Cabinet Order [No. 150 of 1995] amending the National Health Insurance Law [Law No. 192 of 1958], the Local Tax Law [Law No. 226 of 1950], and the Senior Citizen Health Law [Law No. 80 of 1982] made by the National Health Insurance Law [Law No. 53 of 1995].
Kampoo, 1995-03-31, Vol. 1, No. 60, pp. 101-103

Complete revision of the National Insurance Law.
Date of entry into force: 1995-04-01




1995-01-23JPN-1995-R-43501
Japan 
Ordinance of the Ministry of Labour [Ordinance No. 1 of 1995] revising the Employment Insurance Law [Law No. 57 of 1994].
Kampoo, 1995-01-23, 1, No. 10, pp. 1-11

Revises regulations and conditions of claiming benefits as well as amounts of benefits.
Date of entry into force: 1995-04-01




1994-12-11JPN-1994-R-27222
Japan 
Cabinet Order concerning provisional measures relating to working hours made under the Labour Standards Law [Law No. 49 of 1947] [Cabinet Order No. 397 as amended through Cabinet Order No. 2 of 4 January 1994].
Labour Laws of Japan, 1995, Ministry of Labour, Institute of Labour Administration, Tokyo, Japan, 7th ed., ISBN: 4-8452-5115-9, pp. 111-114

Basic text(s):
1947-04-07 (JPN-1947-L-27776)
Labour Standards Act (Act No. 49 of 7 April 1947).
Amending text(s):
1994-02-04 (JPN-1994-L-38717)
Law to amend the Election to Public Office Law [Law No. 100 of 1950]. No. 2.

1993-03-26 (JPN-1993-R-36579)
Cabinet Order (No. 63) amending the Cabinet Order (No. 397 of 1987) respecting provisional measures relating to working hours, etc. under paragraph 1 of Article 32 of the Labour Standards Law (Law No. 49 of 1947)
Related text(s):
1987-12-11 (JPN-1987-R-4699)
Cabinet Order concerning temporary measures with respect to working hours in section 32, paragraph 1 of the Labour Standards Law [Law No. 49 of 1947]. No. 397



1994-07-27JPN-1994-R-38235
Japan 
Cabinet Order to fix the date of enforcement of the Law concerning Hours of Work and Leave etc. of National Public Servants in the Regular Service [Law No. 33 of 1994]. No. 250.
Kampoo, 1994-07-27, No. 1450, p. 2

The date of entry into force will be 1 September 1994.
Date of entry into force: 1994-07-27




1994-07-27JPN-1994-R-38234
Japan 
National Personnel Authority Regulation No. 15-14 (Hours of Work, Holidays and Leave).
Kampoo, 1994-07-27, No. 143, pp. 2-6

Consolidates NPA Regulations Nos. 15-1, 15-9, 15-11, 15-12 and 15-13 as a consequence of the promulgation of the Law concerning Hours of Work and Leave etc. of National Public Servants in the Regular Service. Covers regular staff (excludes temporary staff).
Date of entry into force: 1994-09-01

Amending text(s):
1998-02-13 (JPN-1998-R-50023)
National Personnel Authority Regulation amending NPA Regulation No. 15-14 (Hours of Work, Holidays and Leave). No. 15-14-6.

1996-12-09 (JPN-1996-R-46959)
National Personnel Authority Regulations amending NPA Regulations No. 15-14 (Hours of Work, Holidays and Leave) (No. 15-14-3).



1994-06-29JPN-1994-L-38231
Japan 
Law to amend the Health Insurance Law [Law No. 70 of 1922] No. 56
Kampoo, 1994-06-29, No. 122, pp. 76-85

During child-care leave employees are exempt from the requirement to pay National Health Insurance fees.
Date of entry into force: 1994-10-01




1994-06-29JPN-1994-L-38238
Japan 
Law concerning Family-care Leave of Judges. No. 45
Kampoo, 1994-06-29, No. 1430, p. 4

Family-care leave is to be provided under the Supreme Court Regulations, taking into consideration regulations on national public servants in the regular service.
Date of entry into force: 1994-09-01




1994-06-22JPN-1994-L-38239
Japan 
Law to amend the Law on Employment Promotion for the Disabled [Law No. 123 of 1960]. No. 38.
Kampoo, 1994-06-22, No. 1425, pp. 3-4

Establishes the Support Centre for Employment of the Disabled to provide vocational training, practical advice, and information to disabled workers and employers.
Date of entry into force: 1994-10-01

Amended text(s):
1969-07-18 (JPN-1969-L-27221)
Human Resources Development Promotion Law [Law No. 64 of 18 July 1969].

1960-07-25 (JPN-1960-L-27786)
Law for Employment Promotion of the Disabled [Law No. 123 of 25 July 1960 as amended through Law No. 38 of 22 June 1994]



1994-06-17JPN-1994-L-38240
Japan 
Law to amend the Law concerning Stabilization of Employment for Older Persons [Law No. 68 of 1971]. No. 34.
Kampoo, 1994-06-17, No. 1422, pp. 3-5

Encourages employers to plan continuous employment for older employees after the age of 60, to appoint public corporations as centres for the practical use of older workers' experience, and to prohibit employers from setting a compulsory retirement age that is lower than 60 years of age.
Date of entry into force: 1995-04-01

Amended text(s):
1971-05-25 (JPN-1971-L-27773)
Law Concerning Stabilization of Employment of Older Persons [Law No. 68 of 25 May 1971].

1966-07-21 (JPN-1966-L-27780)
Employment Measures Law [Law No. 132 of 21 July 1966].



1994-06-15JPN-1994-L-38232
Japan 
Law concerning Hours of Work and Leave etc. of National Public Servants in the Regular Service. No. 33.
Kampoo, 1994-06-15, No. 1420, pp. 2-5

The National Personnel Authority must report on and recommend revisions concerning hours of work, holidays and leave of national public employees to the Cabinet, if necessary. The Prime Minister is responsible for maintaining consistency among the hours of work, holidays and leave of each Ministry. Each Minister must take into consideration not only efficient operations but also the health and welfare of employees when determining hours of work, holidays and leave. Basic conditions of work are 40 hours of work each week over a five day week, rest periods, national holidays and end of year and new year holidays, sick leave, 20 days of paid leave per year, unpaid family-care leave (to care for children and parents), and special leave (including child-care leave).
Date of entry into force: 1994-09-01




1994-04-21JPN-1994-M-38715
Japan 
Notification of the Ministry of Labour concerning Programme for Reintegration of Workers Terminated because of Mining Industry Rationalisation, made under Law concerning Temporary Measures for Structural Adjustment of the Mining Industry [Law No. 150 of 1955]. No. 46.
Kampoo, 1994-04-21, No. 1385, p. 11

This programme sets out as an objective the number of terminated mining workers for which employment is to be found.
Date of entry into force: 1994-04-21

Amending text(s):
1996-05-17 (JPN-1996-M-46017)
Notification of the Ministry of Labour concerning the Programme for the reintegration of workers terminated because of mining industry rationalization, made under the Act concerning Temporary measures for structural adjustment of the mining industry [Act No. 156 of 1955] (No. 54).



1994-03-30JPN-1994-R-38236
Japan 
Ordinance of the Ministry of Labour amending Regulations made under the Industrial Safety and Health Law [Law No. 57 of 1972]. No. 20.
Kampoo, 1994-03-30, No. 58, pp. 27-34

Includes accidents involving the breaking of wires and the collapsing of cranes to the list of accidents that must be reported to the authorities.

Basic text(s):
1972-06-08 (JPN-1972-L-27779)
Industrial Safety and Health Law (Law No. 57 of 8 June 1972) as amended.



1994-03-24JPN-1994-R-38716
Japan 
Cabinet Order amending Cabinet Order No. 368 of 1952 made under the Law concerning Remuneration etc. of Employees in the Defence Agency [Law No. 266 of 1952]. No. 62.
Kampoo, 1994-03-24, No. 5, p. 5

Pay for overtime work and work on rest days by Defence Agency employees shall be the same as that for national public employees in the regular service.
Date of entry into force: 1994-06-01




1994-03-16JPN-1994-R-38237
Japan 
Notification of the Ministry of Health and Welfare on Nursing Standards made under the Health Insurance Law [Law No. 70 of 1922]. No. 63.
Kampoo, 1994-03-16, No. 2, pp. 84-96

Consolidates standards regarding Nursing, Food and Sleeping Facilities, standards on other aspects of Nursing, and standards on the Working Conditions of Nurses. Covers general standards of nursing in wards, such as the number of nurses per ward and night shift, and the frequency of night shifts per month.
Date of entry into force: 1994-04-01




1994-03-11JPN-1994-R-38233
Japan 
Ordinance of the Ministry of Labour amending Regulations on Labour Standards for Women No. 3 of 1986, made under the Labour Standards Law [Law No. 49 of 1947]. No. 8.
Kampoo, 1994-03-11, No. 1357, p. 8

Raises the maximum number of weekly hours of overtime for women, for work which is not considered heavy, from six to nine hours. However, the yearly limit remains 150 hours. Does not apply to managers or employees in such professions as law, medicine, journalism, engineering, etc.).
Date of entry into force: 1994-03-11

Basic text(s):
1947-04-07 (JPN-1947-L-27776)
Labour Standards Act (Act No. 49 of 7 April 1947).
Amended text(s):
1986-01-27 (JPN-1986-R-2353)
Ordinance concerning Labour Standards for Women made under the Labour Standards Law (Ministry of Labour Ordinance No. 3 of 1986).



1994-02-04JPN-1994-L-38717
Japan 
Law to amend the Election to Public Office Law [Law No. 100 of 1950]. No. 2.
Kampoo, 1994-02-04, No. 3, pp. 5-34

Changes the electoral system for members of the House of Representatives from a medium-sized electoral district system to a combination of a minor electoral system (274 seats) and a proportional representation system (226 seats). A party that currently occupies three or more seats in the Diet or has won three or more seats in the previous election is eligible to participate in proportional representation elections. A person may be a candidate under both systems at the same election.

Amending text(s):
1996-06-26 (JPN-1996-L-46009)
Act to amend the Election to Public Office Act [Act No. 100 of 1950] (No.102)
Amended text(s):
1994-12-11 (JPN-1994-R-27222)
Cabinet Order concerning provisional measures relating to working hours made under the Labour Standards Law [Law No. 49 of 1947] [Cabinet Order No. 397 as amended through Cabinet Order No. 2 of 4 January 1994].



1994-01-04JPN-1994-R-45792
Japan 
Cabinet Order Stipulating the Minimum Rate of Increased Wages for Overtime Work or Work on Rest Days under Paragraph 1 of Article 37 of the Labour Standards Law (Cabinet Order No. 5 of 4 Januray 1994).
Labour Laws of Japan, 1990, Ministry of Labour, Institute of Labour Administration, Tokyo, Japan, 7th ed., ISBN: 4-8452-5115-9, p. 115

Sets rates of pay for overtime work and work on rest days.
Date of entry into force: 1994-04-01

Basic text(s):
1947-04-07 (JPN-1947-L-27776)
Labour Standards Act (Act No. 49 of 7 April 1947).



1993-12-03JPN-1993-L-36528
Japan 
Law (No. 94) amending the Basic Law on measures for physically and mentally disabled persons (Law No. 84 of 1970)
Kampoo, 1993-12-03, No. 1293, pp. 2-4

Promotes disabled persons' independence and participation in activities in any field such as community affairs, the economy and culture. The Government shall formulate the Disabled Persons' Basic Plan and the protectorates and municipalities shall endeavour to formulate plans of their own. Replaces the words "physically and mentally disabled person" with the words "disabled person" and renames the Law to be the Disabled Persons' Basic Law.
Date of entry into force: 1993-12-03

Amended text(s):
1970-05-21 (JPN-1970-L-67690)
Basic Law on Persons with Disabilities (No. 84 of 1970).



1993-11-19JPN-1993-R-36526
Japan 
Ordinance for Enforcement of the Act on Improvement, etc. of Employment Management for Part-Time Workers (Ordinance of the Ministry of Labour No. 34 of November 19, 1993).
Kampoo, 1993-11-19, No. 1284, p. 2
Legislation on-line, Japanese Law Translations, Ministry of Justice, Japan (PDF of Ordinance in English) (consulted on 2014-02-13)

Provides that employers shall appoint part-time employment managers.
Date of entry into force: 1993-12-01

Basic text(s):
1993-06-18 (JPN-1993-L-36529)
Act on Improvement, etc. of Employment Management for Part-Time Workers [Act No. 76 of 18 June 1993].



1993-11-17JPN-1993-R-36524
Japan 
Cabinet Order (No. 366) to fix the date of enforcement of the Law respecting the improvement of employment management of part-time workers (Law No. 76 of 1993)
Kampoo, 1993-11-17, No. 1282, p. 2

Fixes the date of entry into force of the Law respecting the improvement of employment management of part-time workers (Law No. 76 of 1993) to be 1 December 1993.
Date of entry into force: 1993-11-17

Basic text(s):
1993-06-18 (JPN-1993-L-36529)
Act on Improvement, etc. of Employment Management for Part-Time Workers [Act No. 76 of 18 June 1993].



1993-11-17JPN-1993-R-36525
Japan 
Cabinet Order (No. 367) to designate a deliberative Council under paragraph 4 of Article 5 of the Law respecting the improvement of employment management of part-time workers (Law No. 76 of 1993)
Kampoo, 1993-11-17, No. 1282, p. 2

Designates the Deliberative Council for Women's and Minors' Questions as the deliberative council provided for in paragraph 4 of Article 5 of the Law respecting the improvement of employment management of part-time workers (Law No. 76 of 1993).
Date of entry into force: 1993-12-01

Basic text(s):
1993-06-18 (JPN-1993-L-36529)
Act on Improvement, etc. of Employment Management for Part-Time Workers [Act No. 76 of 18 June 1993].



1993-07-02JPN-1993-L-33405
Japan 
Temporary Measures Law on the Promotion of the Reduction of Working Hours [Law No. 90 of 1992]
Labour Laws of Japan, 1995, Ministry of Labour, Institute of Labour Administration, Tokyo, Japan, 7th ed., pp. 116-129

The purpose of this law is to promote a smooth reduction of working hours and thereby to contribute to a more comfortable life for workers and to the balanced development of the national economy through special measures, including the establishment of the Promotional Plan for Reduction of Working Hours by the State.

Amending text(s):
2003-10-22 (JPN-2003-R-66275)
Ordinance of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare Amending a Part of the Implementation Rules of the Labour Standards Law as well as the Promotion of Reduction of Working Hours Law (Ordinance No. 163 of 2003).

1997-03-31 (JPN-1997-L-47948)
Act amending the Temporary Measures Act to promote the Reduction of Working Hours [Act No. 90 of 1992] No. 17.

1993-07-01 (JPN-1993-L-36578)
Law (No. 79) amending the Labour Standards Law (Law No. 49 of 1947) and the Temporary Measures Law for the Promotion of Reduction of Working Hours (Law No. 90 of 1992)
Amended text(s):
1947-04-07 (JPN-1947-L-27776)
Labour Standards Act (Act No. 49 of 7 April 1947).
Implementing text(s):
1992-08-28 (JPN-1992-R-33865)
Cabinet Order to fix the date of enforcement of the Temporary Measures Law on the Promotion of the Reduction of Working Hours [Law No. 90 of 1992]. No. 289

1992-08-28 (JPN-1992-R-33866)
Ordinance of the Ministry of Labour respecting enforcement of the Temporary Measures Law on the Promotion of the Reduction of Working Hours [Law No. 90 of 1992]. No. 26
Related text(s):
1992-10-16 (JPN-1992-M-33867)
Notification of the Ministry of Labour respecting establishment of the Promotional Scheme for Reduction of Working Hours. No. 97



1993-07-01JPN-1993-L-36578
Japan 
Law (No. 79) amending the Labour Standards Law (Law No. 49 of 1947) and the Temporary Measures Law for the Promotion of Reduction of Working Hours (Law No. 90 of 1992)
Kampoo, 1993-07-01, No. 107, pp. 2-6

Amendments to the Labour Standards Law include fixing weekly working hours at 40 hours, regulating overtime payment and shortening the qualifying period for annual leave from 1 year to 6 months. Amends the Temporary Measures Law for the Promotion of Reduction of Working Hours by providing that the Minister of Labour may appoint staff to the Aid Center for Reduction of Working Hours. The functions of the Aid Center include investigation and study, collection and dissemination of information on the reduction of working hours, and payment services for allowances for employers who reduce working hours.
Date of entry into force: 1994-04-01

Amended text(s):
1993-07-02 (JPN-1993-L-33405)
Temporary Measures Law on the Promotion of the Reduction of Working Hours [Law No. 90 of 1992]

1985-07-05 (JPN-1985-L-27785)
Law for Securing the Proper Operation of Worker Dispatching Undertakings and Improved Working Conditions for Dispatched Workers (Law No. 88 of 5 July 1985)

1947-04-07 (JPN-1947-L-27776)
Labour Standards Act (Act No. 49 of 7 April 1947).



1993-06-18JPN-1993-L-36529
Japan 
Act on Improvement, etc. of Employment Management for Part-Time Workers [Act No. 76 of 18 June 1993].
Labour Laws of Japan, 1995, Ministry of Labour, Institute of Labour Administration, Tokyo, Japan, 7th ed., pp. 266-276
Legislation on-line, The Japan Institute for Labour Policy and Training, Japan (PDF of Act as amended to Act No. 72 of 2007) (consulted on 2012-05-16)

Enables part-time workers to display their full talents and thereby further their welfare by taking measures for securing appropriate working conditions, education and training, and enhancement of fringe benefits. The Law also provides for a definition of part-time workers, measures to be taken by employers, the state and local governments for the improvement of employment management of part-time workers, and for the establishment and functions of the Part-time Work Aid Center. Basic policy measures for part-time workers are to be established by the Ministry of Labour and published.

Amending text(s):
2007-06-01 (JPN-2007-L-76563)
Law to Amend the Law Concerning the Improvement of Employment Management etc. of Part-Time Workers (Law No. 72 of 2007).
Amended text(s):
1985-07-05 (JPN-1985-L-27785)
Law for Securing the Proper Operation of Worker Dispatching Undertakings and Improved Working Conditions for Dispatched Workers (Law No. 88 of 5 July 1985)
Implementing text(s):
2007-10-01 (JPN-2007-M-95140)
Guidelines for the Measures, etc. concerning the Employment Management Improvement, etc. for Part-Time Workers to Be Taken by Business Operators (Public Notice of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare No. 326 of October 1, 2007).

1993-12-01 (JPN-1993-M-36527)
Guidelines for Employers on Improving, etc. Employment Management of Part-Time Workers [Ministry of Labour Notice No. 118 of 1 December 1993]

1993-11-19 (JPN-1993-R-36526)
Ordinance for Enforcement of the Act on Improvement, etc. of Employment Management for Part-Time Workers (Ordinance of the Ministry of Labour No. 34 of November 19, 1993).

1993-11-17 (JPN-1993-R-36524)
Cabinet Order (No. 366) to fix the date of enforcement of the Law respecting the improvement of employment management of part-time workers (Law No. 76 of 1993)

1993-11-17 (JPN-1993-R-36525)
Cabinet Order (No. 367) to designate a deliberative Council under paragraph 4 of Article 5 of the Law respecting the improvement of employment management of part-time workers (Law No. 76 of 1993)



1993-05-05JPN-1993-M-39513
Japan 
Notification of the Ministry of Justice No. 141 of 1993 respecting guidelines regarding migration control in the technical intern training program.
Kampoo, 1993-04-03, Vol. 52, p. 1

Determines the purpose and the object of the Technical Intern Training Programme. Includes implementing rules and other conditions thereof. According to this Programme, foreigners admitted in Japan as trainees may be employed for "On the Job" training for a certain period after the conclusion of their training course.




1993-04-19JPN-1993-R-39514
Japan 
Ordinance of the Ministry of Justice No. 54 of 1981 respecting enforcement of the Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act [as amended through Ordinance No. 20 of 1993].
Photocop y, 183 pp.

Consists of 62 sections and 84 annexes. Regulates in detail the conditions for obtaining entry permits, residence permits, work permits and matters related thereto. Work permits are normally employer specific.
Date of entry into force: 1981-10-28. Initial text

Basic text(s):
1951 (JPN-1990-L-38859)
Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act (Cabinet Order 319 of 1951).



1993-04-05JPN-1993-M-36530
Japan 
Official Announcement of the Basic Management Policy of Promotional Projects of the Skill Training System
Kampoo, 1993-04-05, No. 52, pp. 12-14

The Skill Training System provides trainees from developing countries with training consisting of lectures and skill training at workplaces. The Basic Policy provides, for the purpose of the system, the qualification of trainees and the functions of the Japan International Training Co-operation Organization.
Date of entry into force: 1993-04-05




1993-04-01JPN-1993-M-36531
Japan 
Notification of the Ministry of Labour (No. 40) respecting the basic policy of employment measures for disabled persons
Kampoo, 1993-04-01, No. 50, pp. 20-22

The basic policy is formulated pursuant to Articles 2-6 of the Law respecting employment promotion of disabled persons, etc. (Law No. 123 of 1960). Includes employment trends of disabled persons, basic measures for comprehensive vocational rehabilitation, employment management measures taken by employers and measures for employment promotion and stability of disabled persons.
Date of entry into force: 1993-04-01

Basic text(s):
1960-07-25 (JPN-1960-L-27786)
Law for Employment Promotion of the Disabled [Law No. 123 of 25 July 1960 as amended through Law No. 38 of 22 June 1994]



1993-03-26JPN-1993-R-36579
Japan 
Cabinet Order (No. 63) amending the Cabinet Order (No. 397 of 1987) respecting provisional measures relating to working hours, etc. under paragraph 1 of Article 32 of the Labour Standards Law (Law No. 49 of 1947)
Kampoo, 1993-03-26, No. 46, pp. 7-8

Fixes weekly working hours at 46 hours for certain enterprises (with fewer than 100 employees) in the manufacturing, mining, construction, and transportation industries.
Date of entry into force: 1993-04-01

Amended text(s):
1994-12-11 (JPN-1994-R-27222)
Cabinet Order concerning provisional measures relating to working hours made under the Labour Standards Law [Law No. 49 of 1947] [Cabinet Order No. 397 as amended through Cabinet Order No. 2 of 4 January 1994].

1947-04-07 (JPN-1947-L-27776)
Labour Standards Act (Act No. 49 of 7 April 1947).



1993-03-25JPN-1993-R-36580
Japan 
Ordinance of the Ministry of Labour (No. 6) amending the Ordinance (No. 12 of 1947) on the enforcement of the Employment Security Law (Law No. 141 of 1947)
Kampoo, 1993-03-25, No. 1122, p. 3

Provides for standards for permission for overseas fee-charging employment services.
Date of entry into force: 1993-04-01

Amended text(s):
1947-12-29 (JPN-1947-R-89916)
Ordinance for Enforcement of the Employment Security Act (Ordinance No. 12 of 1947).



1993-03-01JPN-1993-R-36581
Japan 
Cabinet Order (No. 26) amending Cabinet Order (No. 292 of 1960) on the enforcement of the Law respecting Employment Promotion, etc. of the Disabled (Law No. 123 of 1960)
Kampoo, 1993-03-01, No. 1104, p. 2

Provides that employers shall include, in the Plan for Hiring Physically Disabled Persons, the number of physically and mentally disabled workers in part-time employment.
Date of entry into force: 1993-04-01

Basic text(s):
1960-07-25 (JPN-1960-L-27786)
Law for Employment Promotion of the Disabled [Law No. 123 of 25 July 1960 as amended through Law No. 38 of 22 June 1994]



1993-03-01JPN-1993-R-36582
Japan 
Ordinance of the Ministry of Labour (No. 3) amending the Ordinance (No. 38 of 1976) on the enforcement of the Law respecting Employment Promotion etc. of the Disabled (Law No. 123 of 1960)
Kampoo, 1993-03-01, No. 1104, p. 4

Provides that employers shall appoint Employment Promotors for Disabled Persons. The Ordinance provides standards for such appointments.
Date of entry into force: 1993-04-01

Basic text(s):
1960-07-25 (JPN-1960-L-27786)
Law for Employment Promotion of the Disabled [Law No. 123 of 25 July 1960 as amended through Law No. 38 of 22 June 1994]
Amended text(s):
1976-09-30 (JPN-1976-R-13714)
Ordinance made under the Law for the Employment Promotion of the Disabled Law [Law No. 123 of 1960]. No. 38.



1993-02-12JPN-1993-L-33873
Japan 
Ordinance of the Ministry of Labour amending the Ordinance made under the Human Resources Development Promotion Law [Law No. 64 of 1969]. No. 1.
Kampoo Gogai, 1993-02-12, No. 21, pp. 1-97

Amends provisions on types of vocational training, standards of vocational training and names of human resources centres, as a consequence of the amendment of the Human Resources Development Promotion Law.
Date of entry into force: 1993-04-01

Basic text(s):
1969-07-18 (JPN-1969-L-27221)
Human Resources Development Promotion Law [Law No. 64 of 18 July 1969].



1993JPN-1993-R-36532
Japan 
Ordinance of the Ministry of Labour (No. 10) amending the Ordinance (No. 12 of 1947) respecting enforcement of the Employment Security Law (Law No. 141 of 1947)
Kampoo, 1993-04-01, No. 1127, p. 5

Provides that employers shall notify, in advance, the Chiefs of the Public Employment Security Offices of the cancellation or withdrawal of employment contracts of school graduates.

Amended text(s):
1947-12-29 (JPN-1947-R-89916)
Ordinance for Enforcement of the Employment Security Act (Ordinance No. 12 of 1947).



1992-12-16JPN-1992-L-33872
Japan 
Law to amend the Law respecting the Salary of National General Service Staff [Law No. 95 of 1950]. No. 92.
Kampoo Gogai, 1992-12-16, No. 188, pp. 8-19

Revises the salary schedule as well as various allowances.




1992-10-21JPN-1992-R-33871
Japan 
Ordinance of the Ministry of Health and Welfare and the Ministry of Labour concerning Prefectural Nurse Centres and Central Nurse Centres made under the Law to Promote the Obtention of Competent Persons as Nurses [Law No. 86 of 1992] No. 6
Kampoo Gogai, 1992-10-21, No. 1020, p. 5

Provides for matters concerning the appointment of the Centres and the establishment of their working plans.
Date of entry into force: 1992-11-01

Basic text(s):
1992-06-26 (JPN-1992-L-33109)
Law to Promote the Obtention of Competent Persons as Nurses. No. 86.



1992-10-21JPN-1992-R-33870
Japan 
Ordinance of the Ministry of Health and Welfare made under the Law to Promote the Obtention of Competent Persons as Nurses [Law No. 86 of 1992]. No. 61
Kampoo Gogai, 1992-10-21, No. 1020, pp. 4-5

Specifies the hospitals for which those responsible for promoting the obtention of nurses shall be appointed. Establishes the qualifications that persons must meet in order to be appointed as such a promoter.
Date of entry into force: 1992-11-01

Basic text(s):
1992-06-26 (JPN-1992-L-33109)
Law to Promote the Obtention of Competent Persons as Nurses. No. 86.



1992-10-21JPN-1992-R-33869
Japan 
Cabinet Order made under the Law to promote the Obtention of Competent Persons as Nurses [Law No. 86 of 1992]. No. 345
Kampoo Gogai, 1992-10-21, No. 1020, p. 3

Provides that specified national hospitals shall be considered as special cases with regard to the application of the Law to Promote the Obtention of Competent Persons as Nurses.
Date of entry into force: 1992-11-01

Basic text(s):
1992-06-26 (JPN-1992-L-33109)
Law to Promote the Obtention of Competent Persons as Nurses. No. 86.



1992-10-21JPN-1992-R-33868
Japan 
Cabinet Order fixing the date of enforcement of the Law to Promote the Obtention of Competent Persons as Nurses [Law No. 86 of 1992]
Kampoo Gogai, 1992-10-21, No. 1020, p. 3

Fixes 1 November 1992 as the date of enforcement of the Law to Promote the Obtention of Competent Persons.

Basic text(s):
1992-06-26 (JPN-1992-L-33109)
Law to Promote the Obtention of Competent Persons as Nurses. No. 86.



1992-10-16JPN-1992-M-33867
Japan 
Notification of the Ministry of Labour respecting establishment of the Promotional Scheme for Reduction of Working Hours. No. 97
Kampoo Gogai, 1992-10-16, No. 154, pp. 1-3

Provides for the basic policy of the Scheme, measures for promotion of reduction of working hours, and a goal of 1800 working hours per year until the fiscal year 1996.
Date of entry into force: 1992-10-16

Related text(s):
1993-07-02 (JPN-1993-L-33405)
Temporary Measures Law on the Promotion of the Reduction of Working Hours [Law No. 90 of 1992]



1992-08-28JPN-1992-R-33866
Japan 
Ordinance of the Ministry of Labour respecting enforcement of the Temporary Measures Law on the Promotion of the Reduction of Working Hours [Law No. 90 of 1992]. No. 26
Kampoo Gogai, 1992-08-28, No. 984, p. 7

Provides for administrative matters regarding the Committee for Promotion of Reduction of Working Hours.
Date of entry into force: 1992-09-01

Basic text(s):
1993-07-02 (JPN-1993-L-33405)
Temporary Measures Law on the Promotion of the Reduction of Working Hours [Law No. 90 of 1992]



1992-08-28JPN-1992-R-33865
Japan 
Cabinet Order to fix the date of enforcement of the Temporary Measures Law on the Promotion of the Reduction of Working Hours [Law No. 90 of 1992]. No. 289
Kampoo Gogai, 1992-08-28, No. 984, p. 4

The effective date of the Temporary Measures Law on the Promotion of the Reduction of Working Hours shall be 1 September 1992.

Basic text(s):
1993-07-02 (JPN-1993-L-33405)
Temporary Measures Law on the Promotion of the Reduction of Working Hours [Law No. 90 of 1992]



1992-08-24JPN-1992-R-33864
Japan 
Ordinance of the Ministry of Labour amending Ordinance No. 32 of 1972 made under the Industrial Safety and Health Law [Law No. 57 of 1972]. No. 24
Kampoo Gogai, 1992-08-24, No. 129, pp. 1-8

Consequential amendments due to amendment of the Industrial Safety and Health Law, concerning the duties of Safety and Health Advisors, and setting out the circumstances in which construction plans should be made and their contents.
Date of entry into force: 1992-10-01

Amended text(s):
1972-09-30 (JPN-1972-R-29235)
Ordinance on Industrial Safety and Health (Ordinance of the Ministry of Labour No. 32 of September 30, 1972).



1992-07-15JPN-1992-R-35085
Japan 
Cabinet Order amending Cabinet Order No. 318 of 1972 made under the Industrial Safety and Health Law (Law No. 57 of 1972). No. 246
Kampoo Gogai, 1992-07-15, No. 105, p. 2-3

Employers shall appoint Operations' Chiefs for the following additional operations: construction and dismantling of upper bridges.
Date of entry into force: 1992-10-01

Basic text(s):
1972-06-08 (JPN-1972-L-27779)
Industrial Safety and Health Law (Law No. 57 of 8 June 1972) as amended.



1992-07-01JPN-1992-M-33407
Japan 
Notification of the Ministry of Labour respecting Guidelines on Labelling of Dangerous and Toxic Chemical Substances (No. 60)
Kampoo Gogai, 1992-07-01, No. 942, pp. 5-6

The purpose of the Guidelines is to promote the prevention of industrial accidents caused by chemical substances as well as to deepen the understanding of employers, workers and others concerned by stipulating the content of labelling regarding the dangerous and toxic nature of chemical substances. Those transferring or providing such substances must provide a safety datasheet and appropriate labelling.




1992-07-01JPN-1992-M-33406
Japan 
Notification of the Ministry of Labour respecting Guidelines on Measures that Employers shall undertake in order to establish a Comfortable Working Environment [No. 59]
Kampoo Gogai, 1992-07-01, No. 942, pp. 4-5

Provides for management of the working environment, improvement of manner in which work is performed, and establishment and arrangement of facilities and equipment to alleviate the mental and physical fatigue of workers.

Basic text(s):
1972-06-08 (JPN-1972-L-27779)
Industrial Safety and Health Law (Law No. 57 of 8 June 1972) as amended.



1992-06-29JPN-1992-R-33107
Japan 
Ordinance of the Ministry of Labour amending Ordinance No. 38 of 1976 made under the Law for Employment Promotion of the Disabled (Law No. 123 of 1960). No. 20.
Kampoo, 1992-06-29, No. 940, pp. 4-5

Provides for definition of "part-time severely mentally retarded", and establishes grants for renovation of work facilities for the disabled.
Date of entry into force: 1992-07-01

Basic text(s):
1960-07-25 (JPN-1960-L-27786)
Law for Employment Promotion of the Disabled [Law No. 123 of 25 July 1960 as amended through Law No. 38 of 22 June 1994]



 « First  « Previous |  Next »  Last »
  
 

  
 ^ top 
  
Last updated: Monday - 20th October 2014