Convention On The Compensation Of Occupational Accidents In Agriculture

Original Language Title: o Úmluvě o odškodňování pracovních úrazů v zemědělství

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437/1990 Coll.



The COMMUNICATION FROM the



the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs



The Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs communicates the 12 October. November

1921 was on 3. meeting of the General Conference of the international organization

adopted the Convention on compensation for work accidents in agriculture (No.

12) and 10 June. June 1925 was on 7. meeting of the General Conference

The International Labour Organisation adopted the Convention on the compensation of working

accidents at work (No. 17). The ratification of the conventions of the Czechoslovak Republic were written

on 12 June 2006. June 1950 Director General of the International Labour Office.

According to its articles 3 and 13 of the Convention have entered for the Czechoslovak

Republic in force on 12 March 2005. June 1950.



English translations of the conventions shall be published at the same time.



Convention No. 12



Convention on the compensation of occupational accidents in agriculture



The General Conference of the International Labour Organization, which was convened

The Administrative Council of the International Labour Office in Geneva, and there met the day

on October 25, 1921, at its third meeting,



rozhodnuvši will accept some proposals concerning the protection of

agricultural workers against accidents, which are the fourth point of the rules

agenda of the meeting, and



stanovivši, that these proposals will take the form of an International Convention,



accepts this Convention, which will be referred to as the Convention on compensation for

accidents at work (agriculture), 1921, to it, the Member States of the international

Labour Organization ratified pursuant to the provisions of the Constitution of the international

Organization of work:



Article 1



Each Member State of the international labour organisation which ratifies this

the Convention, undertakes to extend to all the job workers in

Agriculture, the benefits of the laws and regulations for the provision of compensation to persons

who have suffered an accident at work or in the employment context.



Article 2



The formal ratifications of this Convention shall be subject to the conditions laid down in the Constitution

The international labor organization reported to the Director-

The International Labour Office and written by him.



Article 3



1. this Convention shall become effective when the Director-General

The International Labour Office, writes the ratification of two Member States

The International Labour Organisation.



2. this Convention undertakes to only those Member States whose ratification was

registered at the International Labour Office.



3. For each Member State, this Convention shall become effective after the

its ratification was registered with the International Labour Office.



Article 4



Once at the International Labour Office registered the ratification of two

the Member States of the International Labour Organisation, shall notify the General

the Director of the International Labour Office to all Member States of the international

the Organization of work. They shall notify the registration of all ratifications, which he

members of the organisation shall notify the.



Article 5



Subject to the provisions of article 3, each Member State which ratifies

This Convention agrees that begins to apply the provisions of article 1

by 1. January 1924 and shall take the necessary measures to ensure that this

the provisions came into effect.



Article 6



Each Member State of the international labour organisation which ratifies this

the Convention, undertakes that it will perform in its colonies, possessions and

protectorates, in accordance with the provisions of article 55 of the Constitution of the international

the Organization of work.



Article 7



Each Member State which has ratified this Convention may denounce it after the

the expiry of 10 years from the date on which this Convention entered into force for the first time,

written notice to the Director-General of the International Labour Office, which

It writes. Denunciation shall take effect one year after the date on which it was registered

at the International Labour Office.



Article 8



Always, if deemed necessary, the Governing Board of the International Office

work shall submit to the General Conference a report on the implementation of this Convention, and

examine whether it is advisable to put on the agenda of the General Conference

the question of its full or partial revision.



Article 9



French and English texts of this Convention are equally authentic.



Convention No. 17



Convention on the compensation of work-related accidents



The General Conference of the International Labour Organization, which was convened

The Administrative Council of the International Labour Office in Geneva, and there met the day

May 19, 1925 at their seventh meeting,



rozhodnuvši will accept some suggestions relating to compensation for

accidents at work, which are the first point of the agenda of the session, and



stanovivši, that these proposals will take the form of an International Convention,



accepts 10 June. June 1925 this Convention, which will be referred to as

Convention on the compensation of work-related accidents, 1925, to it the Member States

Ratify the International Labour Organization according to the provisions of the Constitution

International Labour Organisation:



Article 1.



Each Member State of the international labour organisation which ratifies this

the Convention, undertakes to ensure that the persons who have sustained an accident at work

or dependent on them, the person will be compensated under conditions equaling

at least those laid down in this Convention.



Article 2.



1. National laws or regulations relating to compensation for accidents at work will be

apply to workers, employees and apprentices, employed by a public or

private enterprises, plants or plants.



2. each Member State may, however, in their national legislation

provide for exceptions, as it deems necessary, if it is:



and the person executing) casual work that is not related to

the subject of business of the employer,



(b)) of the manual workers, domesticated



(c) members of the employer's family) who work exclusively on his account

and live in his household,



(d)) of the manual workers not earning exceeds limit

set by national law.



Article 3.



This Convention shall not apply:



1. seafarers and fishermen, for whom it will contain provisions later

the Convention,



2. the beneficiaries of special legislation whose conditions are

at least the same as those laid down in this Convention.



Article 4.



This Convention shall not apply to agriculture, which remains in effect

Convention on the compensation of occupational accidents in agriculture, adopted by the International

Labour Conference at its third session.



Article 5.



The compensation payable to workers or persons dependent on it when

injuries, which result in his permanent incapacity or

death, will be paid out in the form of periodic payments. However, this

compensation may be paid wholly or partly in the form of principal,

If the competent authority will be given a guarantee that she will be judiciously used.



Article 6.



When the incapacity will be awarded not later than

on the fifth day after the accident, whether the employer, will be paid by the competent

accident insurance or sickness insurance fund.



Article 7.



In addition to the benefits shall be granted in cases where the work

the inability of an accident at work is of such a nature that affected

the person requires a permanent assistance of another person.



8.



The national legislation provides for control measures, as well as ways to

a review of the compensation as it deems necessary.



Article 9.



The person utrpěvší a work accident will have the right to medical assistance and to

such assistance surgical and pharmaceutical, which will as a result

these injuries recognised as necessary. This assistance will be provided on

the cost of either the employer or accident, sickness or disability

insurance companies.



Article 10.



1. the persons utrpěvší a work accident will have the right to take them

the employer or the insurer has provided and redefined the prosthesis and

orthopedické AIDS, whose use will be considered appropriate. However,

national laws or regulations may, exceptionally, to provide and

renewal of prostheses and AIDS orthopedických has been replaced by

utrpěvší injury to the person confesses the additional damages, whose amount shall be

conform to the probable load associated with granting and renewing

These utilities and will decide about it at the time of its designation, or

review.



2. the national legislation provides for such control measures

are necessary to ensure that, as regards the renewal of equipment, prevent

its abuse or to ensure that the supplementary compensation is used

for this purpose.



Article 11.



National laws or regulations shall contain provisions that, in view of

to national circumstances will be considered the most appropriate to ensure that

with at all times in the event of insolvency of their employer

ensure the payment of compensation to the insurer or to the persons utrpěvším

an accident at work or in the event of the death of persons dependent on them.



Article 12.



The formal ratifications of this Convention shall be subject to the conditions laid down in the Constitution

The international labor organization reported to the Director-

The International Labour Office and written by him.



Article 13.



1. this Convention shall become effective when the Director-General

The International Labour Office, writes the ratification of two Member States

The International Labour Organisation.



2. this Convention undertakes to only those Member States whose ratification was

registered at the International Labour Office.



3. For each Member State, this Convention shall become effective after the

its ratification was registered with the International Labour Office.



Article 14.




Once at the International Labour Office registered the ratification of two

the Member States of the International Labour Organisation, shall notify the General

the Director of the International Labour Office to all Member States of the international

the Organization of work. They shall notify the registration of all ratifications, which he

members of the organisation shall notify the.



Article 15.



Subject to the provisions of article 13 each Member State which ratifies

This Convention agrees that begins to execute the provisions of articles 1, 2,

3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11, by 1. January 1927 and take

the necessary measures to ensure that these provisions come into effect.



Article 16.



Each Member State of the international labour organisation which ratifies this

the Convention, undertakes to implement it in its colonies, possessions and

protectorates, in accordance with the provisions of article 35 of the Constitution of the international

the Organization of work.



Article 17.



Each Member State which has ratified this Convention may denounce it after the

a period of five years from the date on which this Convention entered into force for the first time,

written notice to the Director-General of the International Labour Office, which

It writes. Denunciation shall take effect one year after the date on which it was registered

at the International Labour Office.



Article 18.



Always, if deemed necessary, the Governing Board of the International Office

work shall submit to the General Conference a report on the implementation of this Convention, and

examine whether it is advisable to put on the agenda of the General Conference

the question of its full or partial revision.



Article 19.



French and English texts of this Convention are equally authentic.

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