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Name: Law amending the Industrial Safety and Health Law [Law No. 57 of 1972]. No. 45.
Country: Japan
Subject(s): Occupational safety and health
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 1999-05-21
Entry into force:
Published on: Kampo Gogai, 1999-05-21, Vol. 1/2, No. 95, pp. 5-7
ISN: JPN-1999-L-54633
Bibliography: Kampo Gogai, 1999-05-21, Vol. 1/2, No. 95, pp. 5-7
Abstract/Citation: Provides that a night worker may submit to the employer a document certifying the opinion of a medical expert that night work is harmful to that individual's health. The employer shall, if necessary, take measures to ensure the health of the worker, including transfer of the worker to another job. Also requires suppliers of substances which may be harmful to workers to inform the recipient of the name, ingredients, and physical and chemical properties of the materials in question.
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