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Class A Occupational Safety Specialist13.11.2018

Who is given the CLASS EXPERT CERTIFICATE?

A CLASS OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY SPECIFICATION certificate;
1) Class (A) occupational safety certificate of occupational safety certificate (B), which has been in effect for at least four years. ,
2) Occupational health and safety inspectors who are at least five years of inspections, engineers, architects or technical staff, labor inspectors, who worked as a specialist for at least five years or technical staff, the General Directorate and affiliated units as engineers, architects or technical personnel who have served for at least a decade (A) for the occupational safety experts who are successful in the exam to be made by the Ministry.

WHAT ARE THE CLASSES AND WORKING HOURS OF THE Class A EXPERT?

Hazard classes in which class A occupational safety specialists may operate;

· Less hazardous work,

· Dangerous Jobs,

· Very Dangerous Jobs.

Class A Safety hours according to hazard classes of occupational safety experts;

According to the Labor Law No. 4857;
DANGER GROUP NUMBER OF WORKERS WORKING PERIOD
AZ DANGEROUS WORKS Less than 2000 Less than 6 minutes per month
2000, fullMain Full Time
HAZARDOUS WORKS Less than 1500
More Than 1500 Full Days
MOST DANGEROUS WORKS Less than 1000 Workers per month 12 minutes
More Than 1000 Days

Esi If a part-time employment contract is made with more than one workplace, the periods between these workplaces cannot be counted as weekly.

WHAT ARE THE SECTORS OF THE CLASS A OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY EXPERT?

a) Less Dangerous Jobs

1) Mushrooms, reeds and straw baskets etc. production of goods

2) Newspaper, office management places, works in publishing houses

3) Timber and all kinds of construction materials and window glass wholesale

4) All kinds of spare parts for machinery and vehicles

5) All kinds of metal and glassware, electrical equipment and devices, radio, refrigerator and similar goods wholesale

6) Home and office furniture and carpets, etc. wholesale of floor coverings

7) Mensucat, clothing and footwear wholesaler

8) Wholesale of food, beverages, tobacco and cigarettes

9) Pharmaceuticals, toiletries, paper, books and stationery, optical materials, toys and sports articles, jewelery, wholesale and export of other products not covered by one of the above groups

10) All kinds of foodstuffs

11) Pharmacies and toiletries

12) Fabrics, clothes, shoes and other apparel-selling stores and workplaces, and selling goods

13) All kinds of furniture and furnishings, stoves, radio, refrigerator, washing machine and similar household goods and musical instruments sale

14) Sale of small hand tools, paint, kitchenware, porcelain and glassware, small electrical appliances and materials

15) Sale of spare parts by car, bicycle, motorcycle and other transportation vehicles in retail

16) Sale of wood, coal, tobacco, ice, books and stationery, flowers, jewelery and ornaments, cameras, toys and sports articles

17) Banks, money and bond exchanges and all kinds of credit, bank and money transactions in associations and cooperatives and institutions

18) All kinds of insurance works on life, fire, transportation, accident, life and property

19) Real estate agents, brokers and real estate brokers

20) Shipping brokerage and transport agency

21) Non-profit scientific research works

22) Works in religious organizations, churches and synagogues

23) Work in the chambers of commerce and industry, trade s and similar organizations

24) Works in museums and libraries

25) Political organizations and works carried out in various associations and similar organizations not classified above

26) Notary, lawyer, bar and legal consultation office work

27) Commercial consultants, accountants, accounting agencies and similar services

28) Works carried out in engineer and architect offices

29) Within the scope of information technologies, software, system management, network management, web designer etc. works

30) Tailoring (Special sewing)

31) Clothing, articles and umbrellas not counted in other classes

32) Repair of all types of watches

33) Production of brooms and brushes

34) Other craftsmanship in the form of artificial floristry, embroidery, crafting and similar ornamentation

35) Ink and pencils, ruler board, bumper and similar office equipment

36) All kinds of goods and items are sold in large stores

37) Cargo transportation with animal carriages and animals

38) Services facilitating road transport such as terminals, parking lots and garages

39) Made in non-machine sea transport vehicles (barges, shafts, etc.)

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