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Employers shall notify the competent authority or the competent employment agency of any misconduct by a worker, including extreme violence or attempts to destroy the materials or machinery at the workplace or repeated acts of negligence or absence from work without an acceptable reason. Termination of contracts of employment of young persons 26. The contracts of employment of young persons may be terminated if it is established by a medical certificate issued under the provisions of section 22 of this Act, that the young person is not fit to work. (5) The Minister or his delegate may, after consultation with the Committee, prohibit the employment of young persons under the age of 15 years in industries and establishments to be specified by a ministerial order. (6) In observance of the provisions of sub-paragraph (5), it shall be prohibited to employ any young person under the age of 15 years unless he/she lives with his/her guardian in the area of his/her work. (...) The contract of employment shall be drawn up in three copies and shall be signed by the two parties who shall keep a copy each, and the third copy shall be kept with the Employment Agency. (2) The contract drawn up under sub-paragraph 1 shall be valid only after it is read by the worker who shall sign it by writing his name, using his fingerprint or a stamp imprint. (...) Advanced payments 37. (1) Employers may pay advances to workers provided that: (a) such advances are without any interest; however, the employer may request the worker to pay him a reduced percentage of the expenses relevant to the advanced payments; (b) the periodical cuts from the worker's wage to pay off the advanced payment shall not exceed 15 per cent of the basic salary; (2) In observance of the provisions of paragraph (b) of sub-paragraph (1), the worker shall pay back the installments of the advanced payment on the termination of his/her contract of employment as provided for in the contract of such payment or by using other legal means. (3) The courts shall not rule in any case submitted by the employer against a worker in relation to the reimbursement of an advanced payment unless such payment was granted under a written contract. (4) There shall be no interests on the advances granted to a worker.
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Score: 1340216 - http://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/docs/WEBTEXT/49122/65103/
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RESTRICTED GENERAL AGREEMENT ON W.7/5 TARIFFS AND TRADE 3 October 1952 Limited Distribution WORKING PARTY 2 ON THEREDUCTION OF TARIFF LEVELS The Principal Points for Examination by the Working Party Suggestions by the Chairman The first and principal task of the Working Party, in preparing a report for the Contracting Parties at the Seventh Session, isto examine the report of the Sub-Group which we appointed a year ago. (...) In accordance with the recomendation of the Intersessiornal Committee, as approved by the Contracting Parties on 2 October, our task now is to consider the technical questions which would arise from the possible applicationof the French plan to countries other than those which participated in the Sub-Group so as to avoid unduly prolonging our work .by re-discussing technical points which have already been considered in detail by the Sub-Group. (...) Possibly this part of the Sub-Group's report could be taken over for incorporation in the Working Party's report to the Contracting Parties; in that event the members who were not on the Sub-Group may wish to add their views on some of the questions discussed, namely: (a) Division by sectors b) Fiscai duties (a) Excluseion of iteme originating principally in non-GATT countries (d) Other proposed exclusion (e) Other adjustments suggested (t) Inclusion of preferential duties (g) Special treatment of low tariffs (h) Levelling-off of high tariffs (i) Remarks on the computation of demarcation lines (j) Implementation of the 30 per cent reduction contemplated (k) Binding effect of the commaitments
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Score: 1321138.4 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91850225.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - 05.Philipp Kriegbaum.FRA.pptx Smart Security – German Version ICAO Symposium on Innovation in Aviation Security Montreal, 22 October 2014 Philipp Kriegbaum Slide 2 Share of Accountabilities as per German Aviation Security Act (Luftsicherheitsgesetz LuftSiG) § 9 LuftSiG§§ 2, 3, 5 LuftSiG § 8 LuftSiG AirlinesFederal Police Airport Operator Slide 3 Supervision and Implementation of Aviation Security Related Tasks in Germany § 9 LuftSiG§§ 2, 3, 5 LuftSiG § 8 LuftSiG AirlinesFederal Police Airport Operator implemented by Federal Police (passenger and baggage screeening to contracted companies) Local Supervision: State Ministries of Transport. Implemented by Airport Operator, services partly sub- contracted. Supervision: Federal Ministry of Transport through Federal Aviation Authority. Implemented by Air Carriers, services partly sub- contracted National Civil Aviation Security Program, issued by Ministry of the Interior Project Organisation Involves Regulator and Stakeholders Based on Parity Seite 4 Review Board Head of Department BMI Managing Director BDL Steering Committee Heads of next level BMI Airline Managers Airport Managers Project Management Project Manager BMI Project Manager Industry Project Team Process Coordinator Federal Police Process Coordinator Industry WG 1 Passenger Information Working Groups 1 – 4 Four Coordinators Federal Police Four Coordinators Industry WG 2 Flight Scheduling and Contracts WG 3 Passenger Guidance and Preparation WG 4 Screening Process and Infrastructure Project Coordination Consulting Company WG members Federal Police and Industry based on parity Identification of To Dos in 2014, Operational Testing in 2015 Seite 5 • First of three two-day workshop sessions per working group completed in September 2014 • Over 600 ideas consolidated to 168 potential activities for improvement alongside the process chart and allocated to 20 clusters • Sessions two and three to follow in 2014 • Steering Committee Meeting after each session • Evaluation and prioritization according to an agreed method • Operational testing in 2015 Vielen Dank für Ihre Aufmerksamkeit!
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Score: 1320844.8 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...05.Philipp%20Kriegbaum.FRA.pdf
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The Cuban Delegation also indicated that it was the intention of the Cuban Government that the rates on those tariff items be bound at a level consistent with the legitimate requirements of the domestic textile industry, if such action were approved by the CONTRACTING PARTIES. 3. (...) The Working Party took note of the report of the two delegations on the exploratory conversations and suggested that they make one more effort to agree on a mere limited list of items for which Cuba would be afforded a temporary waiver of obligations and on the temporary compensation to which the United States would be entitled, if the waiver were granted by the CONTRACTING PARTIES. At the request of the Cuban representatives for an indication of what such a list might include, the United States representatives said that a temporary waiver could be granted an those types of cotton and rayon fabrics which are produced in Cuba, which are included in 11 tariff sub-items, with the understanding that if the preliminary results of the technical enquiry showed the need for a temporary waiver on additional sub-items or products, the United States would give sympathetic consideration to a request by the Cuban Government for a longer waiver list, this additional waiver to become effective immediately after successful negotiation with Cuba without reference back to the Working Party or the CONTRACTING PARTIES, if the CONTRACTING PARTIES approved of that procedure. 6. (...) This proposal was acceptable to the United States Delegation but the Government of Cuba indicated that this procedure would be acceptable only if, before the end of the session, the CONTRACTING PARTIES authorized the Cuban Government under the provisions of Article XXV 5(a) to take some emergency measures to meet the immediate requirements of the Cuban textile industry, pending the outcome of the enquiry.
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Score: 1314889.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/dispu_e/gatt_e/49textil.pdf
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Urges Contracting States to develop and further strengthen regional and sub-regional cooperation and, whenever feasible, partnership initiatives with other States, industry, air navigation service providers, financial institutions and other stake holders to strengthen safety oversight capabilities in order to foster a safer international civil aviation system and to better discharge State responsibilities; 9. (...) Directs the Council to continue to implement an Implementation Support and Development (ISD) Programme based on: a) transparency and sharing of safety-critical information; b) promotion of the establishment of regional safety oversight systems and assistance to States; c) safety information analysis and exchange; and d) partnership with Contracting States, industry and other stakeholders for coordinating and facilitating the provision of financial and technical assistance to States in need for the purpose of rectifying deficiencies identified through the ICAO USOAP; 2. (...) Directs the Council to support enhancements to the Flight Safety Information Exchange (FSIX) database for the purpose of facilitating the sharing of safety-critical information as appropriate among Contracting States, industry and other stakeholders; 5.
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Score: 1291200.4 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...%2036th%20Session/wp289_en.pdf
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In addition, the existing COSCAPs in various regions of the world represent a vehicle in implementing regional and sub-regional initiatives in the near term. 3.6 Encouraging regional initiatives for fostering cooperation in civil aviation safety oversight is widely supported by States and the industry. (...) ACTION BY APIRG 4.1 The Meeting is invited to: a) note the information in the paper; b) implement a unified strategy based on the principles of increased transparency, cooperation and assistance; c) urge States to share with other Contracting States critical safety information which may have an impact on the safety of international air navigation and to facilitate access to all relevant safety information; and c) request States to provide tangible support for strengthening and furtherance of regional safety oversight organizations. — — — — — — — — APIRG/15-WP/8 Appendix A APPENDIX A UNIFIED STRATEGY TO RESOLVE SAFETY-RELATED DEFICIENCIES (Assembly Resolution A35-7) A35-7: Unified strategy to resolve safety-related deficiencies Whereas a primary objective of the Organization continues to be that of ensuring the safety of international civil aviation worldwide; Whereas ensuring the safety of international civil aviation is also the responsibility of Contracting States both collectively and individually; Whereas in accordance with Article 37 of the Convention on International Civil Aviation each Contracting State undertakes to collaborate in securing the highest practicable degree of uniformity in regulation, standards, procedures and organization in relation to aircraft, personnel, airports, airways and auxiliary services in all matters in which uniformity will facilitate and improve air navigation; Whereas the improvement of the safety of international civil aviation on a worldwide basis requires the active collaboration of all stakeholders; Whereas the Convention and its Annexes provide the legal and operational framework for Contracting States to build a civil aviation safety system based on mutual trust and recognition, requiring that all Contracting States implement the SARPs as far as practicable and adequately perform safety oversight; Whereas the results of the Universal Safety Oversight Audit Programme (USOAP) indicate that several Contracting States have not yet been able to establish a satisfactory national safety oversight system; Whereas the ICAO Technical Cooperation Bureau (TCB) can provide the required assistance to States in need; Whereas the International Financial Facility for Aviation Safety (IFFAS) has been established to assist Contracting States in financing safety-related projects to correct deficiencies primarily identified through USOAP and for which they cannot otherwise provide or obtain necessary financial resources; Recognizing that not all Contracting States have the requisite human, technical and financial resources to adequately perform safety oversight; Recognizing that the establishment of regional and sub-regional safety oversight organizations has great potential to assist States in complying with their obligations under the Chicago Convention through economies of scale and promotion of uniformity on a larger scale; Recognizing that the assistance available to Contracting States experiencing difficulties in correcting deficiencies identified through the safety oversight audits would be greatly enhanced by a unified strategy involving all Contracting States, ICAO and other concerned parties in civil aviation operations; A-2 APIRG/15-WP/8 Appendix A Recognizing the safety enhancement contributions resulting from audits conducted by international and regional organizations such as the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) Programme and Eurocontrol ESARR Implementation Monitoring and Support (ESIMS) Programme; Recognizing that transparency and sharing of safety information is one of the fundamental tenets of a safe air transportation system; The Assembly: 1. (...) Requests the Secretary General to continue to foster coordination and cooperation between USOAP and audit programmes of other organizations related to aviation safety, and specifically with IATA and Eurocontrol; 8. Urges Contracting States to further develop regional and sub-regional cooperation and, whenever feasible, partnership initiatives with other States, industry, air navigation service providers, financial institutions and other stake holders to strengthen safety oversight capabilities in order to foster a safer international civil aviation system and to better discharge their individual responsibilities; 9.
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Score: 1282372.8 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...nts/APIRG/APIRG15/wp08_eng.pdf
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Urges Contracting States to develop and further strengthen regional and sub-regional cooperation and, whenever feasible, partnership initiatives with other States, industry, air navigation service providers, financial institutions and other stake holders to strengthen safety oversight capabilities in order to foster a safer international civil aviation system and to better discharge State responsibilities; A36-WP/324 P/37 Report on Agenda Item 12 12-5 9. (...) Directs the Council to continue to implement an Implementation Support and Development (ISD) Programme based on: a) transparency and sharing of safety-critical information; b) promotion of the establishment of regional safety oversight systems and assistance to States; c) safety information analysis and exchange; and d) partnership with Contracting States, industry and other stakeholders for coordinating and facilitating the provision of financial and technical assistance to States in need for the purpose of rectifying deficiencies identified through the ICAO USOAP; 2. (...) Directs the Council to support enhancements to the Flight Safety Information Exchange (FSIX) database for the purpose of facilitating the sharing of safety-critical information as appropriate among Contracting States, industry and other stakeholders; 5.
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Score: 1281078.3 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...%2036th%20Session/wp324_en.pdf
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Both contract enforcement and equitable pro- tection of rights thus interact at an industry level with the con- tracting intensity of the industry. (...) Thus, the quality of domestic institu- tions is a direct channel that can affect these contract-intensive industries more than less contract-intensive industries, such as undifferentiated agricultural products. (...) Having neighbors with weak contract enforcement reduces exports in contract-in- tensive industries (figure 7.3).
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Score: 1278647.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/re.../gvcs_report_2017_chapter7.pdf
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(b) A contracting party, the economy of which is in the process of development, but which does not come within the scope of sub-paragraph (a) above, may submit applications to the CONTRACTING PARTIES under Section D of this Article. 5. (...) If such action is taken, any other contracting party referred to in sub-paragraph (a) above shall be free to modify or withdraw substantially equivalent concessions initially negotiated with the contracting party which has taken the action.* Section B 8. (...) Section D 22. A contracting party coming within the scope of sub-paragraph 4 (b) of this Article desiring, in the interest of the development of its economy, to introduce a measure of the type described in paragraph 13 of this Article in respect of the establishment of a particular industry* may apply to the CONTRACTING PARTIES for approval of such measure.
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Score: 1270752.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...17_e/gatt1994_art18_gatt47.pdf
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Council to further develop practical means to facilitate the sharing of safety information among Contracting States. Council to develop a procedure to inform all Contracting States, within the scope of Article 54 j) of the Chicago Convention, in the case of a State having significant compliance shortcomings with respect to ICAO safety-related SARPs. (...) Secretary General to: a) urge all Contracting States to share with other Contracting States critical safety information which may have an impact on the safety of international air navigation and to facilitate access to all relevant safety information; States: To share critical safety information with other States b) encourage Contracting States to make full use of available safety information when performing their safety oversight functions, including during inspections as provided for in Article 16 of the Convention; States: To make use of available safety information when performing safety oversight functions c) develop, for approval by the Council, practical means to facilitate the sharing of such safety information among Contracting States; To note Resolution 16/1 (16-3 to 16-5, WP/342 and Plenary Action Sheet No. 1) [A35-7] d) urge Contracting States of the need for surveillance of all aircraft operations, including foreign aircraft within their territory and to take appropriate action when necessary to preserve safety; States: To do surveillance of all aircraft operations, including foreign aircraft within their territory 1 The A35 Resolution number (as designated in Resolutions adopted by the 35th Session of the Assembly — Provisional Edition, October 2004) is shown in square parentheses. APIRG/15 – WP/28 2 APPENDIX EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Suggested follow-up action Resolution1 Subject Preliminary action approved by Council (C-WP/12316 Revised, C-DEC 173/1) ANC Secretary General PIRGs/States e) develop, for approval by the Council, a procedure to inform all Contracting States, within the scope of Article 54 j) of the Chicago Convention, in the case of a State having significant compliance shortcomings with respect to ICAO safety-related SARPs; To note f) promote the concept of regional or sub-regional safety oversight organizations; PIRGs: To promote the concept of regional/ sub-regional safety oversight organizations g) continue to foster coordination and cooperation between USOAP and audit programmes of other organizations related to aviation safety, and specifically with IATA and Eurocontrol; To note h) urge Contracting States to develop regional and sub-regional cooperation and, whenever feasible, partnership initiatives with other States, industry, air navigation service providers, financial institutions and other stakeholders to strengthen safety oversight capabilities in order to foster a safer international civil aviation system and to better discharge their individual responsibilities; States: To develop regional and sub-regional cooperation and to strengthen safety oversight capabilities Resolution 16/1 (16-3 to 16-5, WP/342 and Plenary Action Sheet No. 1) [A35-7] (continued) i) encourage States to foster the creation of regional or sub-regional partnerships to collaborate in the development of solutions to common problems to build their individual safety oversight capability; States: To foster the creation of regional/ sub-regional partnerships 3 APIRG/15 – WP/28 APPENDIX EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Suggested follow-up action Resolution1 Subject Preliminary action approved by Council (C-WP/12316 Revised, C-DEC 173/1) ANC Secretary General PIRGs/States j) encourage all States able to do so to participate in, or provide tangible support for, the strengthening and furtherance of regional safety oversight organizations; States: To provide tangible support for strengthening and furtherance of regional safety oversight organizations k) invite Contracting States to use the services of the ICAO Technical Cooperation Bureau (TCB) to resolve deficiencies identified by the USOAP; To note l) invite Contracting States experiencing difficulties in financing measures necessary to correct safety- related deficiencies identified through USOAP to take advantage of the funding opportunity offered by the International Financial Facility for Aviation Safety (IFFAS); States: To take advantage of IFFAS if experiencing difficulties in financing measures to correct safety-related deficiencies: m) implement a unified strategy based on the principles of increased transparency, cooperation and assistance; PIRGS/States: To implement a unified strategy Resolution 16/1 (16-3 to 16-5, WP/342 and Plenary Action Sheet No. 1) [A35-7] (continued) n) foster, where appropriate, partnership among States, users, air navigation service providers, industry, financial institutions and other stakeholders to analyse causes, establish and implement sustainable solutions in order to assist States in resolving safety-related deficiencies; PIRGS/States: To foster partnership among States, users, air navigation service providers, industry and financial institutions to analyse causes in resolving safety-related deficiencies APIRG/15 – WP/28 4 APPENDIX EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Suggested follow-up action Resolution1 Subject Preliminary action approved by Council (C-WP/12316 Revised, C-DEC 173/1) ANC Secretary General PIRGs/States o) adopt a flexible approach for the provision of assistance through the ICAO Regional Offices to support regional and sub-regional organizations responsible for safety oversight tasks and to implement an efficient system to monitor implementation of the unified strategy; To note p) investigate ways in which the identification of measures may be undertaken at national and regional levels to support States' development of ATM safety oversight capabilities and procedures; and To note Resolution 16/1 (16-3 to 16-5, WP/342 and Plenary Action Sheet No. 1) [A35-7] (continued) q) develop ways in which all relevant information from the Audit Findings and Differences Database (AFDD) could be made available to all Contracting States through the use of the ICAO secure website.
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Score: 1242067.6 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...nts/APIRG/APIRG15/wp28_eng.pdf
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