What is the Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999?

Regulations on music at work

Article 132, section XVI of the Federal Labor Law establishes the employer’s obligation to install and operate factories, workshops, offices, premises and other places where work is to be performed, in accordance with the provisions set forth in the regulations and the official Mexican standards on safety, health and work environment, in order to prevent accidents and occupational diseases, as well as to adopt the preventive and corrective measures determined by the labor authority.

In addition, Section XVII of this law establishes the obligation of the employers to comply with the regulations and the official Mexican standards regarding safety, health and work environment, as well as to have available at all times the medicines and healing materials necessary to provide timely and effective first aid.

Article 134, sections II and X of the aforementioned law also establishes the following obligations of the workers: to observe the provisions contained in the regulations and the official Mexican standards on safety, health and work environment and those indicated by the employers for their personal safety and protection, and to submit to the medical examinations provided for in the internal regulations and other standards in force in the company or establishment, to verify that they do not suffer from any incapacity or work-related, contagious or incurable disease.

Occupational health and safety law spain

TopicsHome / Topics / Health and SafetyShareI do not shareHealth and SafetyOccupational health and safety provisions and regulations have the mission to prevent accidents and occupational diseases, while recognizing the relationship between the health, adequate rest and safety of the worker, the workplace and the environment outside the workplace.

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Here you can check if the person who makes you requirements of a labor, social security or health and safety nature in the workplace is a Labor Inspector of the Labor Directorate.

Here you can verify if the person who makes documentary requirements of a labor nature in the context of a remote Administrative Claim of Conciliation is a Conciliator of the Labor Directorate.

In the event that the worker has more than one employer, the obligation to contract the insurance will be simply joint for all of them, that is to say, both employers will be responsible for contracting the insurance for the worker.

Federal Regulations on Occupational Safety and Health

Resolution of December 22, 1998, of the Secretary of State for Social Security, determining the criteria to be followed in relation to the compensation of costs provided for in article 10 of the Order of April 22, 1997, regulating the operating regime of the Mutual Insurance Companies for Occupational Accidents and Occupational Diseases of the Social Security, in the development of activities for the prevention of occupational risks.

Article 32 of Law 31/1995, November 8, 1995, on the Prevention of Occupational Risks, establishes that the Mutual Insurance Companies for Occupational Accidents and Occupational Diseases of the Social Security may perform the functions corresponding to the prevention services for the companies associated with them.

Article 22 of Royal Decree 39/1997, dated January 17, 1997, which approves the Prevention Services Regulations, stipulates that the activities of mutual insurance companies as prevention services will be carried out under the same conditions as those applicable to outside prevention services, taking into account the provisions contained in the specific regulations applicable to these entities.

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Rd216 1999

The Occupational Risk Prevention legislation provides for mechanisms to ensure that workers in temporary employment relationships, fixed-term employment relationships or temporary employment agencies enjoy the same level of health protection as other workers in the company in which they provide services (LPRL art. 28.1).

The Law on Occupational Risk Prevention and Royal Decree 216/1999, on minimum occupational health and safety provisions in the field of temporary employment agencies (ETT), have established the following mechanisms: