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ORDER OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA

of November 29, 2016 No. 1282

About approval of Sanitary regulations about procedure for investigation and establishment of the diagnosis of occupational disease (poisoning)

(as amended of the Order of the Government of the Republic of Moldova of 18.12.2017 No. 1090)

In pursuance of provisions of article 23 of the Law No. 756-XIV of December 24, 1999 on work accident insurance and occupational diseases (The official monitor of the Republic of Moldova, 2000, Art. No. 31-33, 192), with subsequent changes and amendments, article 6 of the Law No. 10-XVI of February 3, 2009 on the state supervision of public health (The official monitor of the Republic of Moldova, 2009, No. 67, the Art. 183), with subsequent changes and amendments, DECIDES: the Government

1. Approve Sanitary regulations about procedure for investigation and establishment of the diagnosis of occupational disease (poisoning) it (is applied).

2. The sanitary regulations about procedure for investigation and establishment of the diagnosis of occupational disease (poisoning) are applied to all physical persons and legal entities, irrespective of property type.

3. To the Ministry of Health, work and social protection in 3-month time after entry into force of this resolution to develop and approve model of monitoring of health of persons with occupational diseases (poisonings).

4. To impose control of execution of this resolution on the Ministry of Health.

Prime Minister

Paweê Phillip

Countersign:

Minister of Health

 

Ruksanda Glavan

Ministry of Labour, Social Protection and Family

Stele Grigorash

 

Approved by the Order of the Government of the Republic of Moldova of November 29, 2016, No. 1282

Sanitary regulations about procedure for investigation and establishment of the diagnosis of occupational disease (poisoning)

I. General provisions

1. The sanitary regulations about procedure for investigation and establishment of the diagnosis of occupational disease (poisoning) (further – Regulations) establish requirements for identification, investigation of cases of suspicion of occupational diseases (poisonings), the notification, registration and the message on professional incidence for the purpose of application of medical measures, and also prevention of impact of factors of professional risk (the chemical, physical, physical and chemical, biological and other factors arising in the course of work) on human health.

2. In these Regulations the used terms have the following value:

1) acute occupational disease (poisoning) – disease which resulted short-term (during one working shift) from impact of harmful production factors on the health of person leading to temporary or permanent loss of working capacity by profession;

2) chronic occupational disease (poisoning) – the disease which resulted from long impact of the harmful factors connected with labor activity on the health of person leading to temporary or permanent loss of working capacity by profession;

3) the act of investigation of case of suspicion of occupational disease (poisoning) – the medical document establishing availability/lack of communication between working conditions of person and the established diagnosis of disease;

4) the notice on case of suspicion of occupational disease (poisoning) or change of the preliminary diagnosis – the medical document for initiation of the procedure of investigation of case of suspicion of occupational disease (poisoning);

5) the notice on case of occupational disease (poisoning) – the medical document confirming the diagnosis of occupational disease (poisoning).

3. Establishment of suspicion of occupational disease (poisoning) is within the competence of the chairman of medical commission (the doctor specializing in area of professional pathologies) responsible for performing routine medical examinations of persons which are affected by professional risk factors.

4. Responsibility for investigation of cases of suspicion of occupational diseases (poisonings), their registration and the message to the National agency of public health, and also the recommendation of measures for improvement of working conditions are born by specialists of the centers of public health of the National agency of public health.

5. Responsibility for establishment of the diagnosis of occupational disease (poisoning) according to the List of occupational diseases (appendix No. 1) specialists of the Republican center of occupational diseases bear. This list can be changed by the Ministry of Health in the presence of scientific and medical reasons, with its subsequent publication in the Official monitor of the Republic of Moldova.

6. The diagnosis of occupational disease (poisoning) can be cancelled or changed by Republican council on occupational diseases in case of its contest if it is proved that it is wrong in parts or in full.

7. The employer or injured person (their representatives) within 15 calendar days of the date of receipt of the notice on case of occupational disease (poisoning) has the right to appeal the established diagnosis of occupational disease, with statement of reasons, in Republican council on occupational diseases.

8. Republican council on occupational diseases considers appeal and passes the final decision within 30 calendar days from the date of its obtaining which goes the Republican center of occupational diseases to person which directed appeal.

9. Materials of investigation of occupational diseases (poisonings) are stored within 50 years in the National agency of public health within the territorial center of public health and the public/private medical and sanitary institutions which established suspicion of occupational disease (poisoning) and then destroyed.

10. All documents relating to investigation and establishment of the diagnosis of occupational disease (poisoning) are confidential and are subject to processing in the conditions established by the legislation on personal data protection.

II. Notice on case of occupational disease (poisoning)

11. The notice on case of suspicion of occupational disease (poisoning) or on change of the preliminary diagnosis (further – the notice on suspicion case) is filled in with the consent of injured person, according to appendix No. 2 to these Regulations, the chairman of medical commission of the public/private medical and sanitary institution which established suspicion of occupational disease (poisoning) or in the direction of the family doctor.

12. The notice on case of suspicion goes on paper and electronically responsible the center of public health of the National agency of public health and to the employer (on the last place of employment of injured person) within 24 hours from the moment of establishment of suspicion of occupational disease (poisoning).

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