Additional CIRCULAR Cadmium Poisoning, occupational diseases occupational diseases due to whole-body vibration, HIV infection caused by occupational risk of accident on the list of occupational diseases are covered and guide the diagnostic criteria, the assessment _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ the labor code base on 23/6/1994; Law on amendments and supplements to some articles of the labor code on 02/4/2002; Law on amendments and supplements to some articles of the labor code on 29/6/2006;
Pursuant to Decree No. 06/CP dated January 20, 1995 and Decree No. 110/2002/ND-CP dated December 27, 2002 by the Government on the amendments and supplements to some articles of Decree No. 06/CP dated December 20, 1995 the Government detailing a number of articles of the labor code on occupational safety Labor hygiene;
Pursuant to Decree No. 188/2007/ND-CP on December 27, 2007 of the Government functions, tasks, powers and organizational structure of the Ministry of health and the Decree No. 22/2010/ND-CP dated 9/3/2010 the Government's additional amendment article 3 of Decree 188/2007/ND-CP on December 27, 2007;
After the opinion of the Ministry of labor, invalids and Social Affairs in no. 1865/LĐTBXH-on 10/6/2011 SUBJECT and of social insurance in Vietnam no. 1624/BHXH-CSXH on 25/4/2011;
Proposal of the Director of environmental health management, article 1. Supplements the list of occupational diseases is additional insurance 08 occupational diseases on the list of occupational diseases are entitled to insurance regimes: 1. occupational Cadmium Poisoning Disease (diagnostic criteria and assessment criteria provided for in annex 1 of this circular);
2. Occupational disease due to whole-body vibration (diagnostic criteria and assessment criteria specified in Appendix 2 of this circular);
3. HIV risk of occupational accidents (diagnostic criteria and assessment criteria specified in Appendix 3 of this circular).
Article 2. The mode for the occupational disease the employee was assessed as diseases as defined in article 1 of this circular are entitled to insurance regimes prescribed in the labour code and other legal documents guiding the implementation of The labor law.
Article 3. Responsible for enforcing The he The Chief, Chief Inspector, Chief of environmental management of health and heads of Service, Bureau, Agency administration, Ministry of health, heads of subdivisions, the Ministry of health, Director of the provincial health department, central cities, the health sector heads and the heads of the relevant units responsible for implementation Information This investment.
Article 4. Effective enforcement of this circular is effective from September 15, 2012.
In the process, if there are obstacles, suggest the Unit reports to the Ministry of health (environmental health administration) to consider and resolve.