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  1. Ghana - Occupational safety and health - Miscellaneous (circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc.)

    Comprehensive National HIV and AIDS Strategic Plan 2016-2020. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-07 | GHA-2016-M-103986

  2. Ghana - Occupational safety and health - Miscellaneous (circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc.)

    Ghana AIDS Commission National HIV-AIDS Policy (2007). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2007 | GHA-2007-M-92296

    1. Introduction
    2. The Policy Framework
    3. Implementation Strategies
    4. Research
    5. Legal and Ethical Issues
    6. Institutional Framework
    7. Conclusion

  3. Ghana - Occupational safety and health - Miscellaneous (circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc.)

    National Tripartite Committee and Ghana Aids Commission (GAC), National Workplace HIV/AIDS Policy [2004]. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2004-12 | GHA-2004-M-92295

    1.0 INTRODUCTION
    2.0 BACKGROUND
    2.1 HUMAN RIGHTS AND HIV/AIDS
    2.2 The Gender Dimensions of HIV/AIDS
    2.3 Existing Labour Policies and Legislation
    3.0 POLICY GOAL
    4.0 POLICY OBJECTIVES
    5.0 GUIDING PRINCIPLES
    5.1 Recognising HIV/AIDS as a workplace issue
    5.2 Ensuring non-discrimination
    5.3 Recognising gender equality
    5.4 Promoting healthy work environment
    5.5 Promoting social dialogue
    5.6 Prohibiting screening for purposes of exclusion from employment or work processes
    5.7 Ensuring confidentiality
    5.8 Ensuring continuation of employment relationship
    5.9 Preventing new infections
    5.10 Providing care and support
    6.0 APPROACHES TO ACHIEVE OBJECTIVES
    6.1 Objective 1: Provide protection from discrimination in the workplace, to people living with HIV/AIDS;
    6.2 Objective 2: Prevent HIV/AIDS spread amongst workers;
    6.3 Objective 3: Provide care, support and counseling for those infected and affected.
    7.0 SPECIFIC ROLES OF SOCIAL PARTNERS
    7.1 The Role of Government
    7.2 The Role of Workers Enterprises
    7.3 The Role of Employers' Enterprises
    8.0 CONTROLS

  4. Ghana - Occupational safety and health - Miscellaneous (circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc.)

    Ghana AIDS Commission (GAC), National HIV/AIDS and STI Policy [2004]. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2004-08 | Date of end of application: 2007 | GHA-2004-M-92294

    1. Introduction
    2. The Policy Framework
    3. Implementation Strategies
    4. Research
    5. Legal and Ethical Issues
    6. Institutional Framework
    7. Conclusion

  5. Ghana - Occupational safety and health - Law, Act

    Atomic Energy Commission Act, 2000 (Act 588). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2000-11-27 | GHA-2000-L-88536

    AN ACT to amend and consolidate the law relating to the establishment of the Atomic Energy Commission and for related matters.

    The Atomic Energy Commission Act, 1963 (Act 204), as amended by the Atomic Energy Commission Act, 1963 (Amendment) Decree, 1966 (N.LC.D. 114), the Atomic Energy Commission (Amendment) Decree, 1974 (N.R.C.D. 296) and the Atomic Energy Commission (Amendment) Law, 1993 (P.N.D.C.L 308), is repealed.

    Subsidiary legislation made under that Act and in force on the coming into force of this Act shall continue in force until regulations are made under section 13.

  6. Ghana - Occupational safety and health - Law, Act

    The Environmental Protection Agency Act, 1994 - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1994-12-30 | GHA-1994-L-39863

    Establishes the Environmental Protection Agency; provides for the powers, the function and the governing body of the Agency; the establishment of a committee to be known as the Hazardous Chemical Committee, and of a fund to be known as the National Environmental Fund. Empowers the Board to create such departments or divisions in the Agency as it may consider necessary. Repeals the Environment Protection Council Decree, 1974, and the Environment Protection Council (Amendment) Decree, 1976.

  7. Ghana - Occupational safety and health - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Radiation Protection Instrument (No. 1559 of 1993)

    Adoption: 1993-01-05 | GHA-1993-R-33764

    Provides for rules in respect of membership of Radiation Protection Board, functions and meeting of the board, committees of the board, control and use of radiation sources, application of ionizing radiation to person, notification of sale of irradiating device or radioactive material, exemptions, application for and issue of licence, duties of licensees, radiation safety officer, chief radiation protection officer, power of radiation protection officer, appeals, offences and penalties. Made under the Atomic Energy Commission Act, 1963.

  8. Ghana - Occupational safety and health - Law, Act

    Factories Offices and Shops (Amendment) Act (No. 275 of 1991)

    Adoption: 1991-08-06 | GHA-1991-L-29278

    Amends various amounts listed in the Factories, Offices and Shops Act (No. 328 of 1970). Related sections of the Factories, Offices and Shops Act (Amendment) Act (No. 66 of 1983) are repealed.

  9. Ghana - Occupational safety and health - Law, Act

    Factories, Offices and Shops Act (No. 328 of 1970) - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1970-05-12 | Date of entry into force: 1970-04-01 | GHA-1970-L-5120

    Deals with registration of factories (including indication of the numbers of male and female employees and of the welfare facilities provided), notification of occupational accidents and illnesses, health and welfare standards (lighting, ventilation, dust, noise, etc.), safety measures, complaints in relation to dangerous conditions and practices, offences and legal proceedings, administration of the Act, duties of persons employed and prohibition on deductions from wages. Repeals the Factories Ordinance (No. 33 of 1952).


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