On The Compensation Of Occupational Diseases

Original Language Title: o odškodnění nemocí z povolání

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196/1932 Coll. and n.



A draft Convention



relating to the compensation of occupational diseases



On behalf of the Czechoslovak Republic



The seventh International Labour Conference was agreed this draft Convention:



(Translation)



A draft Convention



relating to the compensation of occupational diseases



The General Conference of the International Labour Organization of the League of Nations,



the Board convened in Geneva the International Labour Office and there is

shromaždivší 19 June 2006 May 1925 in their seventh meeting,



When she decided to schváliti the various proposals relating to the compensation of

profession, the questions it contained in the first section of the daily agenda of the

the session, and



When she decided to adopt these proposals take the form of a draft International Convention,



a majority today 10. June 1925 below the draft Convention, which

is předložiti to the ratification of the members of the international organization of work according to the

the provisions of part XIII. the peace treaty of Versailles and its corresponding

parts of other peace treaties:



Article 1



Each Member of the International Labour Organisation which ratifies this Convention,

undertakes to ensure for persons affected by occupational diseases or

their families compensation based on the General

the principles of its national legislation concerning compensation

work-related accidents.



The amount of this compensation let there be lower than that established in the State

legislation for damage caused by accidents at work. Subject to the provisions of this

the provisions of each Member will be off to legislation in your State

When setting the conditions governing payment of odškodněného for disease

which is it, and when you use their legislation governing compensation

accidents at work, on these diseases used the changes and deviations, which would

seemed meaningful.



Article 2



Each Member of the International Labour Organisation which ratifies this Convention,

undertakes that it will call for occupational diseases, as well as

poisoning caused by substances registered in the table below, where there are

These diseases or poisoning of employees belonging to the industrial

sectors or occupations that are in this table with them in

the context is given, and where as a result of work done in the race

detailed national legislation.



The list of diseases the list of industries

and noxious substances or similar employment



Lead poisoning, his Treatment of ores, olovnými

alloys or compounds, as well as olovným ash

with direct consequences in the zinkárnách.

This poisoning.

The old zinc and lead smelting.



Manufacture of articles of fused

of lead or alloys

containing lead.



The printing industry.



Production of lead compounds.



Production and repair of accumulators.



Preparation and application of glazes

containing lead.



Polishing lead sawdust

and olovným.



Paint work, including

preparation or treatment of

coatings, mastics or paints,

containing lead.



Mercury poisoning and its Treatment rtuťnatými ores.

amalgams and compounds,

with the direct consequences of the production of rtuťnatých compounds.

This poisoning.

Production of measuring and laboratory

instruments.



Preparation of raw materials

in the millinery.



Gilding in the fire.



The use of mercury pump

in the manufacture of light bulbs.



Production of igniters, containing

each of mercury.



The blight infection slezinnou. Contact workers, animals

infected with blight slezinnou.



The treatment of animal waste.



Loading, folding

and the transport of goods.



Article 3



The official ratification of this Convention under the conditions set out in the

XIII. the peace treaty of Versailles, and in parts of other concurring

peace treaties be sent to the Secretary-General of the Society

Nations and entered in the register.



Article 4



This Convention will enter into force as soon as the ratifications of two members

The international organization of work will be entered by the Secretary-General in

the register.



Will zavazovati only those Member States to which the ratification was registered in

Register to the Secretariat.



From there, this Convention shall enter into force for each other State member of the

the day when its ratification will be registered in the Secretariat.



Article 5



As soon as the ratifications of two members of the international organization of work will be

registered in the register of the Secretariat, the Secretary-General of the League of Nations

shall notify all members of the International Organization of work. Shall notify the

They also entered in the register of those ratifications that were sent to him

later, all the other members of the organization.



Article 6



Each Member which ratifies this Convention undertakes, subject to the

the provisions of article 4, the provisions of article. 1 and 2 carry out no later than 1 January 2006.

in January 1927, and to take measures that will be used to make this

the provisions become effective.



Article 7



Each Member of the International Labour Organisation which ratifies this Convention,

undertakes that it will implement it in its colonies, possessions and

protectorates, consistently with the provisions of article 421 the peace treaty

Versailles and the corresponding articles of the other peace treaties.



Article 8



Each Member which has ratified this Convention may, after the expiry of a period of five

years from the date on which this Convention enters into force, it vypověděti Act

the Secretary-General of the League of Nations, which this

the register writes. Such denunciation shall take effect until the expiration of the

one year after its registration, in the Secretariat.



Article 9



The Administrative Council of the International Labour Office shall, at least once

every ten years the předkládati General Conference a report on the implementation of the

This Convention and decide if you need to pojmouti for the daily show

Conference a question or revise amendments to this Convention.



Article 10



The French and English texts of this Convention shall both be authentic.



Above text is the authentic text of the draft Convention, duly adopted

General conferences of the International Labour Organisation at its seventh

the meeting, which was held at Geneva and declared closed the day

on June 10, 1925.



The conscience connected their signatures on 24. June 1925:



The President of the Conference:



Dr. Edvard Beneš



The Director of the International Labour Office:



Albert Thomas



Prozkoumavše this draft Convention and knowing that the National Assembly

the Czechoslovak Republic agrees with any endorsement of it, and

We declare that the Republic of Czechoslovakia to him by this Charter

accesses.



The conscience we have signed this sheet and the seal of the Republic

The Czechoslovak přitisknouti dali.



In Bystřičce on 6. August 30th devítistého the second one thousand years.



The President of the Republic:



T. g. Masaryk in r.



Minister of Foreign Affairs:



Dr. Edvard Beneš in r.



Is announced, adding that the ratification instrument in the Czech Republic

It was recorded in the register to the Secretariat of the League of Nations on 19 December. September

1932. That date acquired the Convention referred to in article 4 for the Republic

Czechoslovak international scope.



The Convention shall be bound by the following States:



United Kingdom (6/10 1926), Yugoslavia (1/4 1927), Finland (17/9.

1927), India (30/9/1927-ratification by the Government of India shall apply only

on the British India), Belgium (3./10 1927, subject to later

the decision as to the application of the Convention in the Belgian Congo and the mandate territory

Belgian), Swiss (16/11 1927), Irish Free State (25/11),

Luxembourg (16/4.1928), Hungary (19/4.1928), Cuba (6./8.1928),

Germany (18/9/1928), Austria (29/9.1928), Japan (8/10 1928-

This ratification does not apply to Korea, Formosa, Karafuto, hired the territory

Kouan.-Toung and mandate in the Southern Sea of Japan Islands), the Netherlands

(1/11), Portugal (27/3.1929-subject to subsequent

the decision as to the application of the Convention to a Portuguese colony), Norway (11/6.

1929), Bulgaria (5/9 1929), Sweden (15/10 1929), Latvia

(29/11 1929), France (13/8).



Dr. Edvard Beneš in r.

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