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Name: Work Places (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1986 (L.N. No. 52) (S.L. 424.09).
Country: Malta
Subject(s): Occupational safety and health
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 1986-09-02
Entry into force:
Published on: Government Gazette, Supplement, 1986-09-02, No. 14635, pp. B 319 - B 346
ISN: MLT-1986-R-2481
Bibliography: Government Gazette, Supplement, 1986-09-02, No. 14635, pp. B 319 - B 346
Legal Notice No. 52 of 1986 Legal Notice No. 52 of 1986 Occupational Health and Safety Authority, Malta PDF of Regulations PDF of Regulations (consulted on 2005-10-27)
Abstract/Citation: These Regulations, issued under the Factories Ordinance (Cap. 169), include nine parts: Safety; Health and Welfare; Health, Safety and Welfare (special provisions); Prevention and Control of Occupational Disease; General Duties; Notification of Accidents; Notices and Registers; Enforcement; Offences and Penalties. The appended Schedule lists machinery designated as dangerous in relation to the training of young persons. The Regulations contain, in particular, provisions concerning the prohibition of employment of women and young persons in certain processes (s. 34), medical examination of employees (s. 43) and inspection (ss. 56 to 60). They repeal the Factories (Health, Safety and General Welfare) Regulations, 1945 (G.N. No. 458).
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