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Post by claud39 on Wed Mar 06, 2019 6:24 am

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 Reduce the working hours of 26 jobs to 7 hours per day




06/03/2019





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Economy News Baghdad



The Economist News on Wednesday obtained a document that limits daily working hours to a number of "dangerous, burdensome and harmful" jobs.
The document, signed by the Minister of Labor and Social Affairs in the name of Abdul Zaman, states that "the daily working hours stipulated in the document shall be 7 hours per day in accordance with the regulations issued by the Center for Occupational Health and Safety and shall be counted among the hours of daily work."
The document also stipulates the abolition of the «Instructions to identify harmful and arduous acts No. (14) of 1988».
As for the occupations specified in the document, they are as follows: "Installation and maintenance of electrical systems, transmission and distribution lines of energy, mines, quarries, quarries, diving, closed and confined spaces, drilling, extraction and refining of oil and cutting of marble, granite and stone."
The document shows that the other functions are "installation of structures and bridges, high elevations, mixing and preparation of chemicals and exposure to them and the manual method and dyeing spray and paint ponds and tanning and coating mirrors in non-mechanical laboratories and workshops Almbdiat."
The rest of the jobs include "sewage and sewerage systems, the tightening and transfer of metal parts from the kiln to the oil basins, the isolation of waste and landfill, incinerators, and the carrying of heavy weights, and the furnaces in the brick factories, plumbing, smelting, carpentry, welding and cutting tobacco to produce sugar and mining."
The latest jobs are as follows: "Tiredness in the silo, milling and removal of asbestos from old systems and exposure to ionizing radiation and acts causing viral infection, bacterial and fungal printing and the use of inks and printing materials."
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