DECRETO 5825 DE 2006 PDF

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Codicil no 1 to the Social Security Convention of 28 Mar. Convention between France and Niger respecting the movement of persons [Art. Le Titre III porte sur les conventions collectives. Version initiale parue au Journal officiel du 15 novembre En annexe: tableau des travaux interdits aux femmes. Ministerial Decision No. Chapter I: Definitions and General Provisions. Chapter II: Approving the Report.

Chapter V: Administrative Penalties. Ministerial Order No. This Order Establishes the "Omani Committee for International Humanitarian Law", The committee, which has an initial term of three years, will be headed by the minister of foreign affairs. The committee is functioned to define the principles of international humanitarian law and the dissemination of its culture within the Sultanate, proposing measures and studies to implement the rules of international humanitarian law at the national level.

The other functions of the committee include making the necessary proposals to harmonize national legislation with the rules of international humanitarian law, and the provisions of international conventions to which the Sultanate has acceded.

Sultanate Decree No. Chapter I: Definitions. Chapter IV: General Provisions. Order No. Regulates the qualification, training and licensing procedures for Omani seamen on board non-seagoing Omani ships. No sailor is allowed to work on an Omani ship, unless he gets a sailor identity certificate. Candidates for the identity should be above 18 years and certified fit by a medical establishment approved by the Ministry, the should have certificates and qualifications issued or approved by the Marine authorities.

The Sailors Identity Certificate is valid for five years from its issuance. The Order states that a part-time Omani worker may be employed where his daily working hours should not exceed more than four hours, and should not exceed 25 hours in a week.

The part-time work is limited for Omanis and at a minimum hourly wage of RO3. It allows those aged 15 to 18 to work part time. The work hours should be within 6am to 6pm. Provides the rules and procedures for licences to recruit non-Omani manpower to the camel breeding profession. Chapter V: Ships Manning. Chapter VI: Administrative Sanctions. Medical employees and medical assistants working in government health institutions, will work for eight hours per day and a minimum of 56 hours per week.

Chapter IV: Recognition of Certificates. Chapter VI: Disciplinary Offenses. The Order provides a list of jobs that juveniles workers are permitted to do. The employer must obtain written approval form from the person responsible for the juveniles care and upbringing. Amends Articles 20 and 24 and template no. Amends Article 2 of Ministerial Order No. Sultani Decree No. Broadcasting or publishing any news or information or rumours targeting the prestige of the State's authorities or aimed to weaken confidence in them or incite to that or facilitate that for others by any means.

Obstructing the implementation of projects that are carried out by the State or its establishments or inciting to that or facilitating that for others. Insulting any official or public employee by words or deeds or hinting or allusion or aggressing a public official or public employee while that person is performing the duties or tasks of his job, or when he is acting in his official capacity at any venue.

Chapter II: Forbidden Practices. Chapter IV: Penalties. Chapter V: Final Provisions. Chapter II: Consumers' Rights. Chapter IV: Regulating Violations.

Chapter V: Penalties. Chapter VI: Final Provisions. Repeals Sultani Decree No. Chapter V: Sanctions. Chapter II: Civil Rights. Chapter IV: Social Rights. Chapter V: Educational Rights. Chapter VI: Cultural Rights. Chapter IX: Criminal Accountability. Chapter X: Child Protection. Chapter III: Granting financial assistance for damages caused by natural disasters.

Repeals Ministerial Order No. Chapter 1: Definitions and General Provisions. Chapter 2: Medical and Paramedical Professions Regulation. Chapter 3: Personnel Administration Committees. Chapter 4: Appointments. Chapter 5: Job Performance Evaluation Reports. Chapter 6: Promotions. Chapter 9: Internship, Fellowships and Scholarships. Chapter Working Hours and Leaves. Chapter Work Injuries. Chapter Termination of Employment. Chapter Termination of Employment Benefits.

Chapter Transitional Provisions. The amendments include: - Increasing the accrual factor to calculate pension from 2.

Amends Sultani Decree No. Article No. Chapter IV: Insurance Eligibility. The part time worker must be an Omani national and a person who is a job seeker.

Those who are 16 years of age may work part time but only between the hours of 6 am and 6 pm. The maximum daily hours shall be 4 hours per day. The minimum hourly salary shall be 3 OMR per hour. There are 14 listed activities in which employers may employ part time workers. These include retail, hotels and restaurants, travel and tourism, money exchanges, medical services, education services, and drivers.

Schedule No. Article 1: Paragraph No. This Sultani Decree has wide-ranging implications for all forms of business in Oman dealing with issues such as rights and obligations, contracts, tort, unjust enrichment, joint and several liability, sales contracts, loans, compromise, leases, building contracts, agency, guarantees, assignment and charges.

It also covers personal issues such as inheritance and wills. The minimum wage in the private sector is increased to Omani Reyals a month. Sections 13,14,15,16,17 of Ministerial Order No. The amended Sections stipulates that a Committee shall be established to facilitate the negotiation procedures. They also provide timelines for settlement of collective labour disputes by the Committee.

Outlines sanctions for private sector enterprises which breach the provisions of the Labour Law. The sanctions include rejection of applications for labour clearances for expatriates, the issue and renewal of work permits and update or amending the establishment's registered information.

Degree No. Royal Decree No. The Council has jurisdiction to: 1. Set policies governing the exercise of its powers. Set, in collaboration with other specialized councils, general policies for education in its different forms and levels and ensure compliance with the State's overall policies and requirements for comprehensive development - in order to accomplish the Sultanate's cultural, social, economic and scientific goals.

It must also follow up on policy implementation. Develop, in collaboration with concerned authorities, a strategy for education in line with overall state policy and follow up on implementation. Evaluate the quality of education in its different forms and levels and take any measures necessary to ensure the quality of its outcomes. Develop education policies, plans and programs which can cope with continuous social change and reflect overall State policy.

Develop policies and mechanisms for achieving the continuity of educational outcomes at all levels, including practical, technical, and vocational training. Link the Sultanate's education programs and specializations to the demands of the labour market.


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