On The Convention On Labour Statistics

Original Language Title: o Úmluvě o statistikách práce

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144/1988 Coll.



DECREE



Minister of Foreign Affairs



of 18 May. August 1988



Labour Statistics Convention (No. 160)



On 25 April. June 1985 was on 71. meeting of the General Conference

The International Labour Organisation adopted the Convention on labour statistics (No.

160). Ratification of the Convention was the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic

written on 25 April. February 1988 by the Director of the International Office

work with the fact that the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic, in respect of

Part II of the Convention, accepting commitments only to articles 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13 and 14.

According to article 20, paragraph 3, of the Convention for the Czechoslovak

Socialist Republic entered into force on 25 September 2004. February 1989.



Czech translation of the Convention shall be published at the same time.



Minister:



Ing. Chňoupek v.r.



CONVENTION



on the statistics work



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

the Administrative Council of the International Labour Office in Geneva, and there met on 7 December.

June 1985 at its 71. the meeting,



rozhodnuvši accept some proposals concerning the revision of the Convention (No. 63)

Statistics of wages and hours of work, 1938, which are the fifth point of the rules

agenda of the meeting,



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

on 25 April. June 1985 this Convention, which will be referred to as the Convention on the

labour statistics, 1985.



(I).



General provisions



Article 1



Each Member State which ratifies this Convention undertakes to

regularly collect, compile and publish basic statistics

the work, which will be gradually expanded, taking into account its springs

on the following areas:



and the economically active population), employment, where appropriate,

unemployment and underemployment figures prominently, if possible,



(b)) the composition and the breakdown of the working population, economically, in order to

perform detailed analyses and to make it available by default (stranded)

data,



(c)) the average wage and the average working time (hours actually

worked or hours paid) and, if time wage rates and

the usual working hours,



(d)) the composition and breakdown of wages,



e) labour costs,



(f) the) consumer price indices



g) household expenditure or, where appropriate, the expenditure of families and, where appropriate,

household income or, where appropriate, the income of families,



h) accidents at work and occupational diseases, if possible,



I) labour disputes.



Article 2



When developing or changing the concepts, definitions and methodology used in the

collection, compilation and publication of the statistics required under

This Convention, Member States are to take account of the final standards and guidelines

established under the auspices of the International Labour Organisation.



Article 3



When developing or changing the concepts, definitions and methodology used in the

collection, compilation and publication of the statistics required under

This Convention is the need to hear the representative organizations of employers and

workers, if they exist, in order to take into account their

needs and to ensure their cooperation.



Article 4



This Convention does not imply the obligation to publish or communicate information that

allow to discover information about individual statistical unit, such as

for example, any person, household, or business.



Article 5



Each Member State which ratifies this Convention undertakes to communicate to the

The International Labour Office as soon as practicable, statistics

compiled and published by the Convention and the information of their publication,

in particular, the



and information about) suitable how were extended (names and

referral numbers for print publications or the corresponding descriptions for data

distributed in any other way),



(b)) the last date or the period in respect of which are available in different

types of statistics and data on their publication or distribution.



Article 6



Detailed descriptions of the used sources, concepts, definitions and methodology in

collection and compilation of statistics referred to in this Convention, to be



and made and maintained by) the last State to point

significant changes,



(b) communicated to the International Labour Office) as soon as possible,



c) published the national competent authority.



II.



Basic labour statistics



Article 7



Regular statistics on the economically active population, employment,

where appropriate, unemployment benefits, and, if possible, the obvious partial employment

to be prepared for the entire country.



Article 8



Statistics of the composition and structure of the economically active population should be

built for the entire country, so that it was possible to perform detailed analyses and

have the default (pramennými) data.



Article 9



1. The normal average wage statistics and working time (hours actually

worked or hours paid) to be compiled for all

significant group of employees and for all of the major sectors of economic

activities and for the whole country.



2. Where appropriate, the statistics are to be compiled in time wage

tariffs and the normal working time for relevant occupations or groups of

occupations in the major sectors of economic activity and for the whole country.



Article 10



The composition and structure of wages statistics are to be compiled for a significant

sectors of economic activity.



Article 11



Labour cost statistics are to be compiled for major industries

economic activity. If possible, these statistics are to be in accordance with the

details of employment and working time (hours actually worked or

hours paid) to the same extent.



Article 12



Consumer price indices are calculated in order to measure the

the time changes in the prices of items that are representative of the consumer

practices of the major population groups, or the entire population.



Article 13



Statistics on household expenditure or, where appropriate, of expenditure

families and, if possible, about household income or, if it is

appropriate, on the incomes of families, are to be compiled for all groups and

the size of the private households or families, and for the whole country.



Article 14



1. statistics of occupational accidents are to be compiled for the whole country and

If possible, for all sectors of economic activity.



2. If possible, to be compiled by the statistics of occupational diseases for

all sectors of economic activity and for the whole country.



Article 15



Labor disputes statistics are to be compiled for the whole country and if

possible for all sectors of economic activity.



III.



Acceptance of undertakings



Article 16



1. each Member which ratifies this Convention shall on the basis of

General obligations that are the subject of part I, to accept commitments

arising out of the Convention in respect of one or several articles (II). part.



2. each Member State shall designate in its ratification of the article or articles II.

parts in respect of which it accepts the obligations of the Convention.



3. each Member which has ratified this Convention may later

notify the Director-General of the International Labour Office that it accepts

obligations arising from the Convention concerning one or more of articles II.

the parts that were not already in its ratification. These notifications will be

have the efficiency of ratification as from the date of their communication.



4. any Member State which has ratified this Convention shall indicate in its

reports on the implementation of the Convention submitted under article 22 of the Constitution

The International Labour Organisation, the status of their legislation and practice, if

as to the areas covered by articles II. part of the respect of which is assumed by the commitments

arising from the Convention, and to what extent performs or intends to perform the provisions of

the Convention, with regard to these areas.



Article 17



1. each Member State may initially limit the scope of the statistics referred to in

Article or in articles II. parts in respect of which took over the obligations under this

the Convention, to certain categories of workers, some sections of the national

economy, certain branches of economic activity or some

the geographical area.



2. each Member State, which will limit the scope of the statistics referred to in paragraph 1

of this article, shall be indicated in its first report on the implementation of the Convention,

submitted under article 22 of the Constitution of the International Labour Organisation, article

or (II) articles. parts, which are subject to restrictions, and communicate the nature and

the reasons for these restrictions and in their subsequent reports lays out, in which

the range was meant to or intends to apply the provisions of the Convention to other

Group of workers, the sections of the national economy, sectors of economic

of activity or geographic area.



3. After consultation with the representative organisations

employers and workers each year, each Member State may in

declarations communicated to the Director-the International Labour Office in

month following the date on which the Convention came into force, originally

Additionally limit the obligations with regard to the statistics referred to in article or

articles II. parts in respect of which took over the obligations of the Convention. Such

the Declaration shall take effect one year after the record. Each Member State,

that will introduce such restrictions, it shall, in its reports on the implementation of the Convention,

submitted pursuant to article 22 of the Constitution of the International Labour Organization,

the information referred to in paragraph 2 of this article.



Article 18



This Convention revised Convention concerning statistics on wages and working hours, 1938.



IV.



Final provisions



Article 19



The formal ratifications of this Convention shall be communicated to the Director-


The International Labour Office and written by him.



Article 20



1. this Convention undertakes to only the Member States of the international organization

labour, whose ratification has been registered by the Director General.



2. Shall take effect twelve months after the date the Director writes

the ratification of the two Member States.



3. For each Member State, this Convention shall take effect twelve

months from the date on which its ratification has been registered.



Article 21



1. each Member which has ratified this Convention may denounce it

After the expiration of ten years from the date on which this Convention first acquired

the effectiveness of written communication, the Director General of the International Office

work that is writes. Denunciation shall take effect one year after the date on which the

It was registered.



2. each Member State that has ratified this Convention and which does not apply

rights to terminate her under this article during the year following

the expiry of the period of ten years, as indicated in the previous paragraph, the

bound by the Convention for the next ten-year period and then it will be able to terminate

on the expiry of the 10-year period, under the conditions laid down in this

article.



3. After consultation with the representative organisations

employers and workers, each Member State that has ratified this

the Convention, it may, after the expiration of five years after the date on which the Convention first acquired

the validity of the Declaration addressed to the Director General of the international

the Labour Office to appeal the takeover of the obligations arising from the Convention on the

one or more of articles II. under the condition that remains bound to the

at least one of these articles. This statement of withdrawal shall take

efficiency of up to one year after its registration.



4. each Member which has ratified this Convention and which during the

one year after the expiration of the period of five years, as stated in paragraph 3

This article does not use the rights provided for in this paragraph, will be bound

articles II. parts in respect of which the obligations of the Convention, took over on the next

the five-year period and then can appeal the takeover of these commitments after the expiry of

each five-year period, under the conditions laid down in this article.



Article 22



1. the Director General of the International Labour Office shall notify all Member

States, the International Labour Organisation the ratification of, and writing all the testimony,

members of the Organization shall communicate to him.



2. When the Member States of the Organization to communicate to write the second

the ratification was announced to him, General Manager notifies Member

States of the Organization to the date when this Convention enters into force.



Article 23



Director General of the International Labour Office shall notify the

the Secretary-General of the United Nations for registration in accordance with article 102 the Charter of the United

Nations full particulars of all ratifications and denunciations that enrolled

under the provisions of the preceding articles.



Article 24



The Administrative Council of the International Labour Office, at any time it deems

necessary, 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 25



1. the General Conference adopt a new Convention revising all or

partly this Convention and does not appoint a new Convention:



and the new Convention revising) the ratification by a Member State will result ipso jure

immediate denunciation of this Convention, notwithstanding the provisions of article 21,

with the proviso that the new revising Convention enters into force,



(b)), from the time when the new revising Convention enters into force, this Convention

Member States shall cease to be open to ratification.



2. This Convention shall remain in force in its form and content for those

Member States which have ratified it, and that have not ratified the revising

the Convention.



Article 26



The English and French texts of this Convention are equally authentic.

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