Law No. 31 Of 22 March 1991 Laying Duration Of Work Time Under Eight Hours A Day For Employees Working In Harmful Conditions, Special-Heavy Or Dangerous

Original Language Title:  LEGE nr. 31 din 22 martie 1991 privind stabilirea duratei timpului de muncă sub 8 ore pe zi pentru salariaţii care lucrează în condiţii deosebite - vătămătoare, grele sau periculoase

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LAW No. 31 of 22 March 1991 on employment duration time setting under eight hours a day for employees working in special conditions-heavy or dangerous contaminants, ISSUING the PARLIAMENT Published in MONITORUL OFICIAL NR. 64 of 27 March 1991, the Romanian Parliament adopts this law.


Article 1 (1) Employees performing effectively and permanently work in jobs with special conditions-harmful, heavy or dangerous — benefits from reducing the duration of work time under eight hours a day, under the conditions laid down in this law.
  

(2) reduction of the length of time the job under the present law does not affect the salary and length of service.
  

(3) in the sectors of activity in which the work is organised in the Rook, Rook or other form of organisation of working time, the duration of exchanges will be established to ensure that employees who work for special conditions-hazardous or harmful, heavy-maintenance of health and restoration work capacity.
  


Article 2 (1) the determination of categories of personnel, activities and places of work for that length of time is reduced by less than 8 hours per day is based on the following criteria: nature of nuisances) — physical, chemical or biological — and their action mechanism on the body;
  

b) intensity of nuisances or Association of those factors;
  

c exposure) the duration of action of nuisances;
  

d) the existence of conditions which involve a big physical effort, under adverse conditions of microclimate, intense noise or vibrations;
  

e) existence of working conditions involving a particular request very nervous, tense and multilateral attention or intense concentration and intense pace of work;
  

f) existence of working conditions involving nerve overload, caused by a higher risk of injury or illness;
  

g) structure and the level of morbiditatii in relation to the specifics of the job;
  

h) other harmful working conditions, heavy or dangerous, which can lead to premature wear and tear of the body.
  

(2) the length of time the job will be reduced due to the factors referred to in (b). a)-h) on health and work capacity and the extent to which the consequences of the actions of these factors can be reduced or eliminated by the reduction of the exposure time.
  


Article 3 (1) the existence of special conditions-heavy, hazardous or harmful-to employment shall be fixed, for each unit, the territorial State inspectorates for the protection of labour, on the basis of determinations made by personnel employed in specialized units of the Ministry of health of the resulting overrun the limits laid down by national rules for the protection of labour. Territorial State inspectorates for labour protection are required to verify at the time of the determinations have been applied all measures to normalise the conditions of work and protection of plants if labor operates normally.
  

(2) the duration of work time reduction and normalizing staff benefiting from the program for work less than 8 hours per day shall be determined through negotiations between employers and trade unions or employees ' representatives.
  

(3) the Ministry of national defence and the Ministry of the Interior to make determinations and confirmations by the competent bodies involved in labour protection of these ministries.
  


Article 4 maintenance personnel, repair and construction, as well as other categories of employed persons working full working hours under the same conditions with the length of time recipients reduced employment, have the same job program, established under the conditions laid down in article 21. 3 of this Act.


Article 5 for the purposes of this law, through the establishment of the autonomous administrations, companies, profit-making organisations, public institutions, associations of any kind and State bodies.


Article 6 (1) the provisions of this law shall enter into force on the 60th day following its publication in the Official Gazette.
  

(2) on the same date shall repeal the provisions relating to the determination of the length of time of less than 8 hours work per day for employees who work in special conditions, of the regulatory acts listed in annex II to this Act, and any other provisions to the contrary.
  

This law was adopted by the Senate at its meeting on 18 March 1991.
Academic SENATE PRESIDENT ALEXANDRU BÂRLĂDEANU this law was adopted by the Assembly of deputies at its meeting on 18 March 1991.
The PRESIDENT of the ASSEMBLY of DEPUTIES MARTIAN D under article 13. 82 lit. m) of Decree-Law No. 92/1990 to elect the Parliament and President, promulgăm Law laying down the duration of work time under eight hours a day for employees working in harmful conditions, heavy special-or dangerous-and we have its publication in the Official Gazette of Romania.
ROMANIAN PRESIDENT ION ILIESCU Annex 1 LIST of laws whose provisions relating to the determination of the length of time of work less than 8 hours a day for employees working in the special conditions shall repeal 1. H.C.M. nr. 907/18 v. 1956 laying down the duration of working time under eight hours a day for certain occupational categories, with subsequent additions.
2. H.C.M. nr. 348/29. III. duration of work in 1950 on "Battery".
3. H.C.M. nr. 2613/14 12th 1956 laying down the duration of working time for certain activities.
4. H.C.M. nr. 1365/27. VIII. 1957 concerning the determination of the duration of working time for medical staff radiology services.
5. H.C.M. nr. 208/1959 concerning the determination of the duration of the working time of certain categories of workers from the factory "Nivea".
6. H.C.M. nr. 741/15. XI. 1961 for duty with nuclear radiation sources.
7. H.C.M. nr. 205/65 laying down the duration of working time for certain categories of staff within the regional electricity enterprises.
8. H.C.M. nr. 1960/1965 laying down the duration of the working time of workers at manufacturing furfurolului and other products, as well as for operators working on analytical computing machines with punched cards.
9. H.C.M. nr. 905/1957 concerning the determination of the duration of working time in certain categories of workers from the Ministry of economic enterprises tutelate the armed forces.
10. H.C.M. nr. 475/1960 concerning the determination of the length of time for some categories of radioactive ores.
11. H.C.M. nr. 2486/68 laying down the duration of work time to some employees at a chemical Factory in Craiova and Braila-based artificial fibers.
12. H.C.M. nr. 25/1971 laying down the duration time of work at the petrochemical cianuril chloride in Pitesti.
13. H.C.M. nr. 789/1971 laying down the duration of time at certain categories of employees of industrial chemistry at Martinsville.
14. H.C.M. nr. 1438/1971 laying down the duration of work time to some employees of antibiotics.
15. H.C.M. nr. 695/1972 laying length of time at certain categories of employees from the tar distillery within steel industrial complex.
16. H.C.M. nr. 1061/1972 laying length of time at certain occupational categories.
17. H.C.M. nr. 1214/1972 laying length of time at certain occupational categories.
18. H.C.M. nr. 1417/1972 laying length of time at certain categories of employees from industrial chemical fiber Venkata Nagineni.
19. Decree No. 416/9.x. 1953 relating to the duration of the working time of crew of civil aviation professional R.P.R.
20. Decree No. 112/1965 on the duration of working time of employees sent to work in countries with climate unbearable.
21. Decree No. 326/13. IX. 1977 approving further working time 6 hours per day for personnel employed at some installations of the Industrial Plant of inorganic products Martinsville.
22. Decree No. 282/1. VIII., 1978 for the establishment of measures for exploitation of Underground activity.
23. Decree No. 344/30 XII. 1978 approving the technical and economic documentation and realization of investment objectives.
24. Decree No. 315/28. VIII. 1979 laying down the duration of work time under eight hours a day for hardworking staff who work in special conditions of work at some plants from chemical industry.
25. Decree No. 52/23.1980 approving the further duration of the working time of 6 hours per day for the staff worker employed at some installations of inorganic products of Martinsville.
26. Decree No. 410/29. XII. 1980 laying down the working time for personnel working at the plant for the production of petrochemical industrial complex Gamacidului B of the Borzesti.
27. Decree No. 378/15. XII. 1981 laying down the duration of working time under eight hours a day for the processing of tar within coke-chemical Plant of steel industrial complex.
28. Decree No. 295/17. VIII. 1982 concerning certain rights are granted to the staff worker at the Slatina carbunoase products.
29. Decree No. 12/17 i. 1984 approving the order Notes and measures for the achievement of objectives.
30. Decree No. 88/5. IV. 1989 approving the order Notes and measures for the achievement of objectives.

31. The Romanian Government Decision No. 188/1990 concerning granting rights to the enterprise "Carbosin" Mombasa and in the manufacture and packaging of black smoke within the petrochemical complex in Pitesti.
32. The Romanian Government Decision No. 236/1990 on the programme of work of the staff of mining units.
33. The Romanian Government Decision No. 266/1990 on the programme of work of the staff in the mining of oil and gas.
34. The Romanian Government Decision No. 267/90 concerning the working time of personnel working underground.
35. The Romanian Government Decision No. 314/1990 on measures for improving geological activity and granting rights of geologic activity.
36. The Romanian Government Decision No. 407/1990 concerning the regulation of rights shall be granted to employees of the research, exploration and processing of raw materials.
37. The Romanian Government Decision No. 453/1990 for the purpose of determining the duration of time at six hours per day for hardworking staff who work in special conditions at some places of employment within the undertaking non-ferrous metallurgical Baia Mare, subordinated to Ministry of chemical and Petrochemical Industry.
38. The Romanian Government Decision No. 459/1990 on the programme of work of the whole staff of the enterprise of refractory products "9 may" Turda.
39. The Romanian Government Decision No. 513/1990 on the working time of personnel within the plants and enterprises in metallurgy neferoasa.
40. The Romanian Government Decision No. 582/1990 on the granting of rights to individuals working in the construction of Subway tunnels and executed by units of the Ministry of transport.
41. The Romanian Government Decision No. 674/9. VI. 1990 on reducing work time under eight hours a day for employees working in harmful conditions, special-heavy or dangerous.
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