The Occupational Safety and Health ACT of 2007: Health ProvisionPosted on 2015-01-09 03:58:04
THE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT of 2007 Part XI: Health, Safety and Welfare - Special Provision. Section 103: Subsection 2; " Regulations made under this section may require the medical surveillance to be carried out by persons registered by the Director, and may prescribe the qualifications and other conditions which are to be satisfied in order to be registered for the purpose of this section." Section 103: Subsection 3 (a); " Medical examination of the employees before they are employed, during their employment and after the termination of their employment; and" Section 103: Subsection 3 (b); " regular or individual examinations or survey of health conditions from the point of view of industrial medicine and industrial hygiene." Section 103: Subsection 4; " The cost of the examination referred to in subsection (3) shall be paid by the employer." Section 103: Subsection 5; " An employer shall ensure that the examination specified in this section shall take place without loss of earnings for the employees and if possible within normal working hours during their employment." Section 103: Subsection 6; " An employee and former employee of the employer under this section shall be under an obligation to undergo examination in accordance with the regulations." Section 103: Subsection 7; " A person who contravenes the provision of this section or any regulation made there under commits an offence and shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand shillings or to imprisonment for a team not exceeding three months or to both."
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