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Occupational Health Training

Persons in charge of enterprises, occupational health management personnel, and employees are organized to accept training on laws and regulations and technical standards in respect of occupational health, so that they understand laws and regulations on occupational health, and enterprises fulfill its corporate social responsibility and practically protect occupational health of employees. 

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In accordance with the requirements of the Law on the Prevention and Control of Occupational Diseases, the person in charge of an enterprise shall be primarily responsible for the prevention and control of occupational diseases and shall master and understand the knowledge of laws and regulations on occupational health; employees have less awareness of occupational health laws and regulations and lack expertise on occupational health. We provide persons in charge of enterprises, occupational health management personnel, and employees with occupational health training, to popularize occupational health knowledge and enhance their awareness of occupational disease prevention. 

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Persons in charge of enterprises, occupational health management personnel, and employees are organized to accept training on laws and regulations and technical standards in respect of occupational health, so that they understand laws and regulations on occupational health, and enterprises fulfill the corporate social responsibility and practically protect occupational health of employees. The training mainly includes the following:
1. Laws, administrative regulations, and rules of the State on the prevention and control of occupational diseases. 2. Basic knowledge of prevention and control of occupational hazards and requirements and measures for occupational health management in combination with industry characteristics.
3. Occupational health management system and implementation thereof.
4. Major factors of occupational hazards and prevention and control measures in key industries.
5. Management and use of labor protection supplies.
6. Notification and warning signs of occupational hazards.
7. Establishment of occupational health archives.
8. Procedures for occupational health examination as well as diagnosis and appraisal of occupational diseases; and
9. Declaration of projects with occupational hazards.