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Three-month mid-day work ban from June 15 in Saudi Arabia

Three-month mid-day work ban from June 15 in Saudi Arabia

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Employees won't work under the sun from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. during the three-month time frame finishing on September 15. 

The Ministry of Labor and Social Development declared on Sunday that a three-month late morning open air work restriction will come into power from Saturday, June 15. Under the boycott, the private part organizations and foundations are not permitted to give their representatives a chance to work under the sun from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. during the three-month time frame finishing on Sept. 15. 

Khaled Abal Khail, representative of the service, said the sum total of what businesses have been told to guarantee their laborers avoid sun for three hours during the period, the Saudi Press Agency revealed. He said the service is excited about ensuring the wellbeing and soundness of laborers in the private segment and giving them a safe workplace, away for presentation to any wellbeing risks. 

 

As per Abal Khail, there will be exception for open air work boycott in certain districts of the Kingdom in perspective on low temperatures in those territories. "The parts of the service are organizing with the governorates of those areas concerning taking a choice whether to boycott work under sun or not," he said including that the work boycott won't be pertinent to laborers of oil and gas organizations or those occupied with crisis support works. 

Abal Khail asked Saudi natives and ostracizes to contact the service's client administration No.19911 or visit the 'Together with Rasd' entryway (https://rasd.ma3an.gov.sa) for any questions or hotel of protests about any infringement.

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