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Workers have the duty to respect OSH legislation. ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations. The powers of labour tribunals include imposing sanctions for violations of OSH legislation depending on the administrative division, as each province has a different procedural labour law.

Cel inspectorate has the power lsy impose financial penalties when there are obstructions to the performance of inspectors. The internal medical service must be led by an occupational doctor registered in the Ministry of Social Welfare and at least with a nurse.

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The Committee has advisory functions in the following areas among others: The Ministry of Labour must register the recidivism of workplaces. Also the Institute must eel strategies for achieving results regarding the Law No. The Secretary of Public Health and the National Atomic Energy Commission are the competent authority to provide licenses for ionizing radiation. From to workers: Workplaces are required to have adequate sanitary installations, independent for each sex, proportionate to the number off workers.

The law does not require the employer to undertake a written risk assessment. Inspectors have the power to require information and gather evidence or take and remove samples of substances or materials used at the workplace as prescribed by labour legislation.


Inspectors have, among their duties, the power to close a workplace and require the cessation of tasks involving a serious and imminent risk for the safety and health of workers. However, the participation of workers may occur through their representative organizations in the context of collective bargaining agreements.

Argentina is composed of twenty-three provinces and the autonomous city of Buenos Aires. In the event of non-compliance with the OSH legal duties but without risk for workers, inspectors may issue a mere warning to the employer. Employers must promote training for workers on OSH preventive measures.

Other occupational diseases must be considered by the Medical Central Commission; only when the disease is caused directly and immediately by the performance of the work and under certain conditions.

It is prohibited to order women to carry out rieshos related tasks at other locations other than the one assigned for the workplace.

Members of the committee must receive OSH training to be provided by technical professionals drl the workplace with the collaboration and support of the occupational risks insurer or the Superintendence of Occupational Risks.

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Therefore, powers of labour inspectors depend on this administrative division, as each province has different procedural labour laws. The law does not require workers to take reasonable steps to protect their own safety and health. Employers must comply with the preventive measures established in the action plan by the Occupational Risk Insurer ART.

A list of Occupational Diseases is recognised in law. Employers must keep a register of the occupational accidents at the workplace.


Argentina – 2013

For the Hygiene and Safety Service the law also trabajp the number of professional- working hour per number of workers at workplaces. The national law creates an Integral System of Labour Inspection and Social Security to ensure the compliance with labour laws.

Workers’ right to access OSH information is not specifically addressed in the legislation, however, the law requires employers to train workers on OSH prevention measures. The primary responsibility of the Institute is providing technical assistance in the formulation of objectives and medium-term policies on working conditions and work environment and their impact on the trqbajo of workers.

The Occupational Risk Insurer must include in the action plan a training programme for workers and employer to prevent occupational risks. Employers are forbidden to employ women for unhealthy or hazardous tasks.

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Argentina is organized as a federation, composed of twenty-three provinces and the city of Buenos Aires. Employers have the duty to perform pre-occupational examination and periodic medical health surveillance.

Workplaces must have water provisions and water reserves for human use. However, workers have the right to withdraw from work because of the employer’s non-compliance with labour contract duties.

The provinces are organized as a federation. The functions of the joint OSH committee are the following among others: