1248 violations reported against the decision of banning work under the sun. The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development announced today (Thursday) that it has seized 1248 violations of the decision banning work in the sun.
1248 violations reported against banning work under the sun
The ministry explained that the fine amounts to 3 thousand riyals, and varies according to the number of workers, if it is proven that the employer has employed the worker underexposed sunlight, or in bad weather conditions without taking the necessary precautions, in the cases or times and periods specified by the Minister’s decision.
Ministry indicated that the ministerial decision prohibits the employment of workers under the sun from 12 noon until 3 pm during the period between June 15 and September 15 of each calendar year.
Source: Akhbaar, 2020
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