On the basis of article. 9. 3 of the Act of 27 June 1997 on occupational health service (Journal of laws of 2004, no. 125, item 1317, 2006 No. 141, item 1011 and 2008 # 220, poz. 1416 and # 234, poz. 1570) are managed as follows: § 1. Medical disciplines, necessary for the performance of medical jurisprudence in the field of occupational diseases, subject to § 2 and 3, are: 1) the occupational medicine;
2) industrial medicine;
3) medicine and tropical;
5) railway medicine;
6) medical transportation.
§ 2. Medical jurisprudence in the field of occupational diseases infectious and parasitic performs infectious disease specialist doctor or specialist doctor of occupational medicine or industrial medicine, after consulting the specialist doctor of infectious diseases and, in the case of tuberculosis, after consulting the specialist lung diseases.
§ 3. Medical jurisprudence in the field of occupational disease in respect of an employee being treated in stationary care facility due to the acute symptoms of the disease which could be an occupational disease, it performs a specialist in the field of medicine for the disease, employed in this plant.
§ 4. The regulation shall enter into force on June 28, 2010 2) Health Minister: with j. Szulc 1) Health Minister directs Government Administration Department-health, on the basis of § 1 para. 2 regulation of the Prime Minister of 16 November 2007 on the detailed scope of the Minister of health (OJ No 216, poz. 1607).
2), this regulation was preceded by a regulation of the Minister of health and social welfare of 15 September 1997 on the medical expertise necessary for the performance of case-law in the field of occupational diseases (OJ No 124, item 795 and # 161, item 1103), which is repealed with effect from the entry into force of this regulation, on the basis of article. 3 of the Act of 17 October 2008 amending the Act on the service of occupational medicine (Journal of laws No. 220, poz. 1416).