Women, Work, and Family in the Soviet Union

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Appendix F

7. ON APPROVAL OF A LIST OF PRODUCTION OPERATIONS, OCCUPA-
TIONS, AND JOBS WITH DIFFICULT AND DANGEROUS WORKING CONDI-
TIONS AT WHICH APPLICATION OF THE LABOR OF WOMEN IS FOR-
BIDDEN

In fulfillment of the Decree of the Council of Ministers of the USSR and the All-Union Central Council of Trade Unions of April 25, 1978, No. 320, "On Supplementary Measures for Improving the Conditions of Labor of Women Occupied in the National Economy," the State Committee of the USSR on Labor and Social Questions and the Presidium of the All-Union Central Council of Trade Unions decree:

1. To approve, with the agreement of the USSR Ministry of Health, a new List of production operations, occupations, and jobs with difficult and dangerous working conditions at which the application of the labor of women is forbidden, in accord with the Appendix.

For ministries and departments of the USSR and the councils of ministers of the union republics, on the basis of the decree of the Council of Ministers of the USSR and the All-Union Central Council of Trade Unions of April 25, 1978, No. 320, to implement the release of women from the work provided by the present list, on schedules developed jointly with the central committees and republic councils of trade unions during a period up to January 1, 1981.

2. Job placement of women released from difficult work and work with dangerous conditions of labor, and in case of impossibility of job placement in their occupations (or specialities), respecialization or training in new occupations shall be provided in accordance with the decree of the Council of Ministers of the USSR and the All-Union Central Council of Trade Unions of April 25, 1978, No. 320, by ministries and departments of the USSR, councils of ministers of union and autonomous republics, province, region, area, city, and district executive committees of Councils of People's Deputies, heads of enterprises and organizations.

The discharging of women released from performance of difficult work and work with dangerous conditions of labor, in case of their refusal of transfer to other work, shall be made on the basis of the decree of the Council of Ministers of the USSR and the All-Union Central Council of Trade Unions of April 25, 1978, No. 320 with the payment of a termination allowance.

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Decree of the State Committee of the USSR on Labor and Social Matters and the Presidium of the All-Union Central Council of Trade Unions of July 25, 1978, No. 240/P10-3. Translation from Soviet Statutes and Decisions, Fall 1979, no. 1.

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