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  1. Eritrea - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    National Service Proclamation No. 82/1995. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1995-10-23 | ERI-1995-L-79562

    Provides that nationals between the ages of 18 and 50 have the duty to participate in national service in the armed forces. Provides for the fundamental rules of active national service including in the reserve army.

  2. Eritrea - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Mining Proclamation No. 68/1995. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1995-03-20 | ERI-1995-L-87837

    The Proclamation shall apply to all mining operations, i.e. acts carried out to prospect, explore and mine for minerals within the territory of Eritrea. No person may carry out any mining operations without a license granted under this Proclamation. A person applying for a right must be eligible in accordance with section 5. Certain criteria do not apply to persons wishing to acquire an Artisanal mining right (as defined in section 2). Any Eritrean may prospect without a license on land not already subject to an existing license or application for a license. The Government may designate areas reserved for or excluded form specified mining operations (sect. 6). Section 8 defines a prospecting license, whereas section 9 provide for exploitation licenses. Discoveries of existence of minerals shall be immediately notified to the Controller, i.e. a person appointed by the Licensing Authority to control mining operations (sects. 12 and 13). An Artisanal mining license may be granted in respect of a part of the surface of an area subject t an existing exploration license (sect. 14). Sections 16 and 17 deal with mining licenses. Mineral water may be used or produced in accordance with section 18. Sections 20 to 27 specify rights and obligations of licensees. The licensee may occupy land covered by the license during the term of the license. All types of licenses shall be issued by the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Water Resources acting as Licensing Authority (sect. 43). Section 45 deals with registration and representation of licensees. Section 48 concerns settlement of disputes.

  3. Eritrea - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Proclamation to promote development of mineral resources (No. 68 of 1995) (extracts).

    Adoption: 1995 | ERI-1995-L-61295

    Inter alia provides for obligations of licensee in the conduct of mining operations. Mining operations shall be conducted in such a manner as to ensure health and safety of his agents, employees and other persons, and to minimize damage or pollution to the environment. Also provides for inspection of mining operations. Section 45 establishes that the holder of a license may be required, on surrender of revocation, to fence and safeguard any pits and other works in the license area so that the health, life and property of persons may not be endangered.

  4. Eritrea - Specific categories of workers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulations on mining operations (L.N. No. 19/1995). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1995 | ERI-1995-R-61296

    Inter alia establishes obligation of holders of mining licenses to ensure health and safety at work. Section 30 provides that licensee shall provide his agents and employees with appropriate work clothing and protective equipment and shall ensure that they are properly trained or otherwise qualified for their work. Licensee is also obliged to provide appropriate health and medical facilities. Part VI deals with infractions and sanctions.


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