Enforcement Decree Of The School Health Act


Published: 2010-12-29

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CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS
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 Article 1 (Purpose)   print
The purpose of this Decree is to prescribe matters delegated by the School Health Act and matters necessary for the enforcement thereof.
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 Article 2 (Standards for Installation of Health Care Room)   print
(1) The standards for installation of a health care room under Article 3 of the School Health Act (hereinafter referred to as the "Act") shall be followings:
1. Location: It shall be located in a place easy to use so that emergency treatment, etc., can be given to students and teaching staff swiftly, and shall be a well-ventilated and well-lighted place;
2. Area: It shall be not less than 66 square meters: Provided, That the Minister of Education, Science and Technology (only applicable to universities and colleges under Article 1 of the Regulations for the Establishment and Operation of Universities and Colleges) or the Superintendent of an Office of Education (hereinafter referred to as the "Superintendent of an Office of Education") of the Special Metropolitan City, a Metropolitan City, a Do or a Special Self-Governing Province (only applicable to schools under Article 2 of the Regulations for the Establishment and Operation of Schools of the Grades not Higher than High Schools) may relax the requirements for such area within the extent not detrimental to the health care of students and teaching staff, taking the number of students, etc. into consideration.
(2) A health care room under paragraph (1) shall be furnished with equipment and apparatuses required for school health referred to in the following subparagraphs:
1. Equipment and apparatuses required for the health care and emergency treatment, etc. of students and teaching staff;
2. Apparatuses required for inspection of school environmental sanitation and food sanitation.
(3) Specific standards for equipment and apparatuses to be furnished in the health care room under paragraph (2) shall be prescribed by Ordinance of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology in cases of the national schools under Article 3 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, and schools under the subparagraphs of Article 2 of the Higher Education Act, and by the Rules of Education of the Special Metropolitan City, a Metropolitan City and a Do (hereinafter referred to as the "City/Do") in cases of the public or private schools under Article 3 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act.
CHAPTER II ESTABLISHMENT OF SCHOOL ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION AND CLEANUP ZONE
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 Article 3 (School Environmental Sanitation and Cleanup Zones)   print
(1) When the Superintendent of an Office of Education establishes a school environmental sanitation and cleanup zone (hereinafter referred to as "Cleanup Zone") under Article 5 (1) of the Act, he/she shall establish a Cleanup Zone sub-classified into an absolute Cleanup Zone and an relative Cleanup Zone; and the absolute Cleanup Zone shall be an area of up to 50 meters at a perpendicular line from the gate of a school (in cases of the land reserved for the establishment of a school, referring to a place where the gate of a school is to be built), and the relative Cleanup Zone shall be an area of up to 200 meters at a perpendicular line from the boundary line of a school or of the land reserved for the establishment of a school excluding the absolute Cleanup Zone from the area.
(2) When the Superintendent of an Office of Education has established the Cleanup Zone pursuant to paragraph (1), he/she shall notify the matters concerning the establishment to the head of a Si (including the head of an administrative Si), the head of Gun, or the head of Gu (referring to the head of an autonomous Gu), and make notification of the date and zone of the establishment.
(3) When the Superintendent of an Office of Education makes notification of the Cleanup Zone pursuant to paragraph (2), he/she shall include the following matters in the notice, and disclose its contents to the public by making use of bulletin boards or the Internet, etc.:
1. A location and area of the Cleanup Zone;
2. A land registration map in which the Cleanup Zone is indicated.
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 Article 4 (Supervision of Cleanup Zone)   print
(1) The Cleanup Zone established under Article 3 shall be supervised by the head of the relevant school for which the Cleanup Zone has been established: Provided, That in cases of the land reserved for the establishment of a school, any person who has established the Cleanup Zone shall supervise it before a school is open.
(2) Where the Cleanup Zone overlaps between schools, the overlapped zone shall be supervised by the head of a school falling under the following subparagraphs:
1. Where the Cleanup Zone overlaps between a school of higher grade and a school of lower grade each other, the head of a school of lower grade shall supervise the overlapped zone: Provided, That where a school of lower grade is a kindergarten, the head of a school of higher grade shall supervise the overlapped zone;
2. Where the Cleanup Zone overlaps between schools of the same grade as each other, the head of a school which has more students shall supervise the overlapped zone.
(3) Where the absolute Cleanup Zone and the relative Cleanup Zone overlaps each other between schools, the head of a school for which the absolute Cleanup Zone has been established shall, notwithstanding paragraph (2), supervise the overlapped zone.
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 Article 5 (Zone where Restriction is Relaxed)   print
"Zone prescribed by Presidential Decree" in the proviso to the part, other than the subparagraphs of Article 6 (1) of the Act means the relative Cleanup Zone under Article 3 (1) (where a billiard room pursuant to Article 6 (1) 14 of the Act is installed, referring to the whole Cleanup Zone including the absolute Cleanup Zone).
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 Article 6 (Other Acts and Facilities Prohibited)   print
"Acts and facilities prescribed by Presidential Decree" in Article 6 (1) 20 of the Act shall be as the following subparagraphs: Provided, That in cases of the Cleanup Zone of a kindergarten pursuant to subparagraph 2 of Article 2 of the Early Childhood Education Act, and of schools pursuant
to the subparagraphs of Article 2 of the Higher Education Act, facilities referred to in subparagraphs 2 and 4 through 6 shall be excluded:
1. Turkish baths among special public baths;
2. Comic book reading rooms;
3. Dance schools and dancing halls pursuant to attached Table 1 of the Enforcement Decree of the Installation and Utilization of Sports Facilities Act;
4. Facilities of singing practice room business under subparagraph 13 of Article 2 of the Music Industry Promotion Act;
5. Cigarette vending machines;
6. Facilities of video product viewing room business and video products watching mini-theater business under subparagraph 16 (a) and (b) of Article 2 of the Promotion of the Motion Pictures and Video Products Act.
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 Article 7 (Establishment of School Environmental Sanitation and Cleanup Committee)   print
(1) A school environmental sanitation and cleanup committee (hereinafter referred to as the "Cleanup Committee") shall be established under the control of the Superintendent of an Office of Education or any person entrusted by the Superintendent of an Office of Education in order to deliberate on matters concerning the affairs of school environmental sanitation and cleanup.
(2) The Cleanup Committee shall be comprised of not less than 13 but not more than 17 members including one chairperson and one vicechairperson.
(3) The chairperson and vice-chairperson shall be elected from among its members, and the chairperson shall preside over the affairs in a meeting, and represent the Cleanup Committee.
(4) The chairperson shall convene a meeting of the Cleanup Committee and preside over the meeting.
(5) The Superintendent of the relevant Office of Education or any person entrusted by the Superintendent of the Office of Education shall appoint or commission persons who have profound learning and experience from among the staff under his/her control, public officials of the related agencies, and parents of students or relevant experts of a community to members, and parents of students who are the members of a school operational committee shall account for 1/2 or more of the total number of the members.
(6) The Cleanup Committee shall hold a meeting by the attendance of a majority of the incumbent members and make a resolution with the consent of 2/3 or more of the members present.
(7) A term of office of members and matters necessary for the formation and operation of the Cleanup Committee, other than the matters prescribed in paragraphs (1) through (6) shall be determined by the Superintendent of an Office of Education.
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 Article 8 (Request for Measures)   print
(1) The head of a district Office of Education may, pursuant to Article 6 (1) of the Act, request the head of the administrative agency concerned to take measures against the prohibited acts and facilities or to issue an order to remove such facilities pursuant to Article 6 (3) of the Act.
(2) Where the head of the administrative agency concerned who received a request pursuant to paragraph (1) has taken measures requested or issued an order to remove such facilities, he/she shall notify the head of the district Office of Education concerned of the results thereof.
CHAPTER III ASSESSMENT OF EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT
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 Article 9 (Preparation of Assessment Report)   print
(1) Any person who falls under the subparagraphs of Article 6-2 (1) of the Act (hereinafter referred to as "selector of a site for a school") shall prepare documents (hereinafter referred to as "assessment report") referred to in the following subparagraphs required for the assessment of educational environment:
1. A summary of an assessment report of educational environment;
2. An outline of a project related to selection of a site for a school;
3. Data for inspection of the assessment of educational environment by object and the present status thereof.
(2) Where the selector of a site for a school selects a site for the establishment of a kindergarten pursuant to subparagraph 2 of Article 2 of the Early Childhood Education Act, he/she may omit a part of the assessment report, as prescribed by Ordinance of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology.
(3) Objects subject to assessment of educational environment pursuant to paragraph (1) 3 means a location, size, external shape, configuration of the ground, soil environment, air environment, surrounding harmful environment and public facilities in the land reserved for the establishment of a school, standards for the assessment by object of the assessment shall be prescribed by Ordinance of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology.
(4) Methods of the preparation of assessment reports by item and other matters necessary for the preparation of assessment reports shall be determined and notified by the Minister of Education, Science and Technology.
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 Article 10 (Presentation and Examination of Assessment Report)   print
(1) The selector of a site for a school shall submit an assessment report of the site for a school, which he/she intends to select, to the Superintendent of an Office of Education.
(2) Where an assessment report presented has not been prepared pursuant to Article 9, the Superintendent of an Office of Education may have the selector of a site for a school supplement it.
(3) The Superintendent of an Office of Education shall refer the assessment report presented pursuant to paragraph (1) to discussion of a City/Do School Health Committee pursuant to Article 17 (1) of the Act.
(4) Where the Superintendent of an Office of Education intends to refer the assessment report to discussion of a City/Do School Health Committee pursuant to paragraph (3), he/she shall inspect whether there are acts and facilities prohibited pursuant to Article 6 (1) of the Act by means prescribed by Ordinance of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, and may request the competent Cleanup Committee to examine it.
(5) The presentation of assessment reports pursuant to paragraph (1) and a report of the results of examination of assessment reports pursuant to Article 11 shall be made when a plan for the establishment of a school or a development plan is formulated, however, where it is inevitable, the presentation of assessment reports and a report of the results of examination of the assessment report may be made before they are determined by the urban management planning pursuant to Article 43 (1) of the National Land Planning Utilization Act.
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 Article 11 (Report of Results of Examination of Assessment Report)   print
(1) The Superintendent of an Office of Education shall examine the assessment report presented to him/her pursuant to Article 10 (1) and report whether the site for a school is appropriate, etc., within 30 days from the date he/she receives the assessment report from the selector of a site for a school.
(2) When the Superintendent of an Office of Education reports whether a site for a school is appropriate, etc., pursuant to paragraph (1), where it is inappropriate for a site for a school, he/she shall make an alternative plan or conditions.
(3) The selector of a site for a school who has received an alternative plan, etc., pursuant to paragraph (2) shall present the results which reflect the alternative plan or conditions to the Superintendent of an Office of Education.
(4) If a selector of a site for a school has an objection to the alternative plan or conditions proposed by the Superintendent of an Office of Education pursuant to paragraph (2), he/she may raise an objection to the Superintendent of the relevant Office of Education, and the Superintendent of the Office of Education shall examine the appropriateness of the objection raised and report the results thereof to the selector of a site for a school within 30 days from the date the objection is raised.
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 Article 12 (Reexamination of Assessment Report)   print
If any changed matter falling under any of the following subparagraphs exists after the selector of a site for a school has completed an assessment of educational environment pursuant to Articles 10 and 11, he/she shall present an assessment report to the Superintendent of an Office of Education again:
1. Cases where any change occurs in a location of infrastructure, such as roads, etc. lying adjacent to a site for a school, of a residential site or a commercial site;
2. Cases where an area of the land reserved of a site for a school increases or decreases by not less than 10/100.
CHAPTER IV REARRANGED AREA STUDY ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION COMMITTEE
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 Article 13 (Functions of Rearranged Area Study Environment Protection Committee)   print
A Rearranged Area Study Environment Protection Committee (hereinafter referred to as the "Protection Committee") pursuant to Article 6-3 (1) of the Act shall perform the affairs referred to in the followings subparagraphs:
1. Deliberation on important policies formulated by the Superintendent of an Office of Education in order to protect school health, sanitation and study environments, etc., when a school or the Cleanup Zone is designated and announced as an area rearranged pursuant to subparagraph 1 of Article 2 of the Act on the Maintenance and Improvement of Urban Areas and Dwelling Conditions for Residents;
2. Examination on the contents inspected by the Superintendent of an Office of Education pursuant to Article 20;
3. Advice and suggestions on questions about matters for the protection of study environments submitted by the Superintendent of an Office of Education.
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 Article 14 (Organization of Protection Committee)   print
(1) The Protection Committee shall be comprised of not more than 25 members, including one chairperson and one vice-chairperson.
(2) The Superintendent of an Office of Education shall appoint or commission members of the Protection Committee from among persons falling under any of the following subparagraphs, and the chairperson and vicechairperson shall be elected from among its members:
1. Public officials in the director general class in charge of the affairs of school health, school establishment or school facilities from among the public officials of the agencies under the control of the Superintendent of an Office of Education (if no public official in the director general class exists from among the public officials of the agencies under his/her control, public officials in the direct subordinate class);
2. Public officials in the director general class in charge of the affairs of urban planning, etc. of a City/Do;
3. Persons recommended by the Special Metropolitan City Mayor, a Metropolitan City Mayor, a Do Governor and the Governor of a Special Self-Governing Province from among the public officials under the control of the head of a Si/Gun/Gu in a district over which he/she has jurisdiction;
4. Persons who have profound knowledge and substantial experience in an educational environment or urban planning as members of the council of a local government, professors, lawyers, parents of students, etc., and persons recommended by non-profit, non-governmental organizations under Article 2 of the Assistance for Non-profit, Non-Governmental Organizations Act.
(3) A term of office of members commissioned pursuant to paragraph (2) 3 and 4 shall be two years, and they may be reappointed: Provided, That the term of office of a member filling a vacancy shall be the remaining period of the term of office of his/her predecessor.
(4) The Protection Committee shall employ one executive secretary to conduct the affairs of the Committee by order of the chairperson and the Superintendent of an Office of Education shall appoint the executive secretary from among the public officials under his/her control.
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 Article 15 (Duties of Chairperson)   print
(1) The chairperson of the Protection Committee shall convene a meeting where any of the following occurs, and preside over the meeting:
1. Cases where the Superintendent of an Office of Education requests him/her to convene a meeting;
2. Cases where not less than 1/3 of the incumbent members requests him/her to convene a meeting;
3. Other cases deemed necessary by the chairperson for the protection of study environments of students and the assessment of educational environment, etc.
(2) A meeting of the Protection Committee shall be held by the attendance of a majority of incumbent members, and resolutions shall be made with the consent of a majority of the members present.
(3) When the chairperson cannot perform his/her duties by any inevitable reason, the vice-chairperson shall perform the duties on his/her behalf.
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 Article 16 (Subcommittees)   print
(1) Subcommittees by certain region may be established in the Protection Committee for the efficient operation of the Protection Committee.
(2) Subcommittees shall deliberate on and examine matters requested by the Protection Committee among the matters of deliberation by the Protection Committee.
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 Article 17 (Hearings of Opinions of Experts)   print
(1) The Protection Committee and subcommittees may, if necessary, hear opinions of relevant experts.
(2) The Protection Committee and subcommittees may, if necessary, request the relevant public official to present the relevant materials or to attend a meeting to answer, and the relevant public official shall comply with the request of the Protection Committee or subcommittees unless there is extraordinary circumstance.
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 Article 18 (Allowances and Travel Expenses)   print
Allowances, travel expenses and other necessary expenses may be paid to members of the Committee or the relevant experts, etc., attending a meeting of the Protection Committee within the extent of budget: Provided, That this shall not apply to cases where a public official attends a meeting of the Committee in direct connection with his/her affairs.
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 Article 19 (Detailed Rules for Operation)   print
Matters necessary for the operation of the Protection Committee and subcommittees, other than matters prescribed in the Decree shall be determined by the chairperson following a resolution of the Protection Committee.
CHAPTER V PROTECTION OF EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT IN REARRANGED AREA
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 Article 20 (Inspection of Study Environments)   print
(1) Where a school or the Cleanup Zone pursuant to Article 6-3 (1) of the Act is designated and publicly notified as an area rearranged pursuant to subparagraph 1 of Article 2 of the Act on the Maintenance and Improvement of Urban Areas and Dwelling Conditions for Residents, the Superintendent of an Office of Education shall examine whether it harms or is apprehended to harm the health, sanitation and study environments of students.
(2) When the Superintendent of an Office of Education examines as to whether it harms the health, sanitation and study environments of students pursuant to paragraph (1), he/she shall inspect noises, vibration, scattering dust (including fine dust) owing to construction works in an area rearranged, the safety of roads to school owing to traffic, the estimated amount of sunshine, etc. of a school building (school building) owing to an adjacent building scheduled to be built.
(3) If the Superintendent of an Office of Education determines temporary closure, removal or temporary removal of a school, he/she may omit the inspection of the school, pursuant to paragraph (2): Provided, That he/she shall inspect the estimated amount of sunshine of a school building owing to an adjacent building scheduled to be built.
(4) Standards, methods and procedures of the inspection by item pursuant to paragraph (2) shall be prescribed by Ordinance of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology.
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 Article 21 (Measures for Protection of Study Environments)   print
If the Superintendent of an Office of Education deems it necessary for the protection of the health, sanitation and study environments of students as a result of an inspection pursuant to Article 20, he/she shall request the Protection Committee to examine the results of inspection.
CHAPTER VI ASSIGNMENT OF SCHOOL PHYSICIANS AND SCHOOL HEALTH COMMITTEE
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 Article 22 (Suspension of School Attendance)   print
(1) The head of a school may issue orders requiring persons falling under any of the following subparagraphs, from among the students and teaching staff pursuant to Article 8 of the Act, to suspend school attendance:
1. Patients of contagious diseases, quasi-patients of contagious diseases and carriers of pathogen of contagious diseases pursuant to Article 2 of the Prevention of Contagious Diseases Act: Provided, That persons diagnosed by a physician as not apprehended to infect others shall be excluded;
2. Persons diagnosed by a physician to have been infected by a disease with strong contagiousness as patients, other than subparagraph 1.
(2) When the head of a school orders them to suspend school attendance pursuant to paragraph (1), he/she shall clarify the reason and period concretely: Provided, That if necessary according to symptoms of a disease or aspects of the prevalence of a disease, he/she may reduce or extend such period.
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 Article 23 (School Physician, School Pharmacist and Health Teacher)   print
(1) Each school shall employ a school physician (including a dentist and a herb doctor; hereinafter the same shall apply), a school pharmacist and a health teacher as follows pursuant to Article 15 of the Act:
1. Any elementary school which has not less than 18 classes shall employ one school physician, one school pharmacist and one health teacher, and any elementary school which has less than 18 classes may employ either of one school physician or one school pharmacist, and one health teacher;
2. Any middle school or high school which has not less than nine classes shall employ one school physician, one school pharmacist and one health teacher, and any middle school or high school which has less than nine classes shall employ either of one school physician or one school pharmacist, and one health teacher;
3. Any university (referring to a college in cases of a university which has not less than three colleges), college of education, teachers' college or junior college shall employ one school physician and one school pharmacist;
4. Any high technical school, citizenship training school, citizenship training high school, special school, kindergarten, and schools of various kinds shall employ a school physician, a school pharmacist and a health teacher corresponding to the relevant school prescribed in subparagraphs 1 through 3.
(2) A school physician and a school pharmacist pursuant to paragraph (1) shall be appointed by the head of a school from among those who hold the relevant license.
(3) Duties of a health teacher, school physician and school pharmacist pursuant to paragraph (1) shall be as follows:
1. Duties of a health teacher:
(a) Formulation of a plan for school health;
(b) Matters concerning the maintenance, control and improvement of school environmental sanitation;
(c) Cooperation for the preparation and conduct of health examinations on students and teaching staff;
(d) Precautionary measures against all diseases and guidance on health;
(e) Cooperation for the health observation of students and teaching staff, the health consultation and the conduct of health appraisals, etc., by a school physician;
(f) Health guidance for students who have a weak constitution;
(g) Visit to students' homes for health guidance;
(h) Cooperation for health education of teachers and health education when necessary;
(i) Management of facilities, equipment and medicines, etc., of a health care room;
(j) Collection and management of materials for health education;
(k) Administration of students' health records;
(l) Medical treatment as follows (only applicable to persons holding a nurse's license):
(i) Medical treatment of patients with an external wound, etc. usually seen;
(ii) First-aid treatment to those who need emergency treatment;
(iii) Medical treatment to prevent relapse of a wound or disease;
(iv) Medical care guidance and management of patients found as a result of health examinations;
(v) Medication according to medical treatment referred to in subitems (ⅰ) through (ⅳ);
(m) Other matters concerning school health administration;
2. Duties of a school physician:
(a) Advice on the formulation of plans for school health;
(b) Advice on the maintenance, control and improvement of school environmental sanitation;
(c) Health examinations and health appraisal of students and teaching staff;
(d) Precautionary measures against all diseases and health guidance;
(e) Health consultations for students and teaching staff;
(f) Other guidance for school health administration;
3. Duties of a school pharmacist:
(a) Advice on the formulation of plans for school health;
(b) Advice on the maintenance, control and improvement of school environmental sanitation;
(c) Advice on the management of medical supplies and toxic chemicals used in school;
(d) Tests and inspection of medical supplies and toxic chemicals used in school;
(e) Other guidance for school health administration.
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 Article 24 (Functions of School Health Committee)   print
(1) The Central School Health Committee pursuant to Article 17 (1) of the Act shall deliberate on matters referred to in the following subparagraphs:
1. The mediumand long-term national master plan for improvement of health of students and teaching staff;
2. Matters concerning policies on school health and school meals submitted to a conference by the Minister of Education, Science and Technology.
(2) A City/Do School Health Committee pursuant to Article 17 (1) of the Act shall deliberate on matters referred to in the following subparagraphs:
1. The mediumand long-term master plan of a City/Do for the improvement of health of students and teaching staff;
2. Proposals for the enactment of or amendment to Municipal Ordinances of a City/Do or educational regulations related to school health;
3. Matters concerning policies on the school health, etc., submitted to a conference by the Superintendent of an Office of Education.
4. Matters concerning the assessment of educational environments under Article 6-2 (2) of the Act.
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 Article 25 (Organization of School Health Committee)   print
(1) The Central School Health Committee and a City/Do School Health Committee (hereinafter referred to as the "Health Committee") pursuant to Article 17 (1) of the Act shall have one chairperson and one vicechairperson, and the chairperson and vice-chairperson shall be elected from among its members.
(2) The Minister of Education, Science and Technology shall appoint or commission members of the Central School Health Committee from among persons falling under any of the following subparagraphs:
1. The director general in charge of the affairs of school health in the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology;
2. Public officials in the director general class designated by the Minister for Health, Welfare and Family Affairs, the Minister of Environment and the heads of other related central administrative agencies;
3. Persons who have knowledge or experience in school health and school meals.
(3) The Superintendent of an Office of Education shall appoint or commission members of a City/Do School Health Committee from among the public officials in the director general class of the relevant Office of Education and persons who have knowledge or experience in school health.
(4) A term of office of members commissioned pursuant to paragraphs (2) and (3) shall be two years, and they may be reappointed: Provided, That a term of office of a member filling a vacancy shall be the remaining period of the term of office of his/her predecessor.
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 Article 26 (Duties of Chairperson)   print
(1) The chairperson of the Health Committee shall represent the Health Committee and preside over the affairs of meetings.
(2) When the chairperson cannot perform his/her duties due to any inevitable reason, the vice-chairperson shall perform the duties on his/her behalf.
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 Article 27 (Meetings)   print
(1) The chairperson of the Health Committee shall, where any of the following occurs, convene a meeting and preside over the meeting:
1. Cases where the Minister of Education, Science and Technology or the Superintendent of an Office of Education requests him/her to convene a meeting;
2. Cases where not less than 1/3 of the incumbent members requests him/her to convene a meeting;
3. Other cases deemed necessary by the chairperson in order to deliberate on the matters for the protection and improvement of the health of students and teaching staff.
(2) A meeting of the Health Committee shall be held by the attendance of a majority of incumbent members and resolutions shall be made with the consent of a majority of the members present.
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 Article 28 (Subcommittees)   print
(1) Subcommittees by special field may be established in the Health Committee.
(2) Each subcommittee shall deliberate on matters delegated by the Health Committee among the matters of deliberation by the Health Committee.
(3) The Minister of Education, Science and Technology shall determine the assignment of the members of the Central School Health Committee to each subcommittee and the Superintendent of an Office of Education shall determine the assignment of the members of a City/Do School Health Committee to each subcommittee.
(4) Each subcommittee shall have one chairperson, each of whom shall be elected from among its members.
(5) Article 27 shall apply mutatis mutandis to a meeting of a subcommittee.
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 Article 29 (Executive Secretary and Clerk)   print
(1) The Health Committee shall have one executive secretary and several clerks.
(2) The executive secretary and clerks of the Central School Health Committee shall be appointed by the Minister of Education, Science and Technology from among the public officials under his/her control, and the executive secretary and clerks of a City/Do School Health Committee shall be appointed by the Superintendent of an Office of Education from among the public officials under his/her control.
(3) The executive secretary shall conduct the administrative affairs of the Committee by order of the chairperson, and clerks shall assist the executive secretary.
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 Article 30 (Request for Cooperation)   print
The Minister of Education, Science and Technology or the Superintendent of an Office of Education may request any non-profit corporation on the school health sanitation, non-profit medical institution, or national or public health and medical institution to render necessary cooperation for the protection and improvement of students and teaching staff.
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 Article 31 (Operation of Health Committee)   print
The provisions of Articles 17 through 19 shall apply mutatis mutandis to the operation of the Health Committee and subcommittees.
CHAPTER VII SUPPLEMENTARY PROVISIONS
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 Article 32 (Delegation of Authority)   print
(1) The authority of the Superintendent of an Office of Education to establish cleanup zones pursuant to Article 5 (1) of the Act shall be delegated to the head of each District Office of Education pursuant to Article 5 (5) of the Act.
(2) The Superintendent of an Office of Education may delegate the authorities in Article 20 (1) through (3) to the heads of district Offices of Education in accordance with Article 6-3 (3) of the Act, as prescribed by Municipal Ordinance. <Amended by Presidential Decree No. 22232, Jun. 29, 2010>
ADDENDA
Article 1 (Enforcement Date)
This Decree shall enter into force on the date of promulgation.
Article 2 (Transitional Measures concerning Existing Facilities)
Facilities approved by the Superintendent of an Office of Education or any person designated by the Superintendent of an Office of Education pursuant to the following subparagraphs before this Decree enters into force shall be deemed facilities approved by the Superintendent of an Office of Education or any person designated by the Superintendent of an Office of Education pursuant to the proviso to Article 6 (1) of the Act following the deliberation by the Cleanup Committee in accordance with this Decree:
1. Paragraph (3) of Addenda to the amended Enforcement Decree of the School Health Act, Presidential Decree No. 10481;
2. Paragraph (2) of Addenda to the amended Enforcement Decree of the School Health Act, Presidential Decree No. 13214;
3. Paragraph (2) of Addenda to the amended Enforcement Decree of the School Health Act, Presidential Decree No. 13982;
4. Paragraph (2) of Addenda to the amended Enforcement Decree of the School Health Act, Presidential Decree No. 15607.
Article 3 (Relationship with other Acts and Subordinate Statutes)
Where the provisions of the Enforcement Decree of the School Health Act are cited in other Acts and subordinate statutes at the time this Decree enters into force, if the provisions corresponding thereto exist in this Decree, the corresponding provisions in this Decree shall be deemed to have been cited in place of the previous provisions.
ADDENDA<Presidential Decree No. 22075, Mar. 15, 2010>
Article 1 (Enforcement Date)
This Decree shall enter into force on March 19, 2010. <Proviso Omitted.>
Article 2 Omitted.
ADDENDUM<Presidential Decree No. 22232, Jun. 29, 2010>
This Decree shall enter into force on September 1, 2010.
ADDENDA<Presidential Decree No. 22564, Dec. 29, 2010>
Article 1 (Enforcement Date)
This Decree shall enter into force on December 30, 2010. <Proviso Omitted.>
Articles 2 through 8 Omitted.