PLEA NEGOTIATIONS AND AGREEMENTS ACT, 2010

INDEX TO SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

Plea Negotiations and Agreements Act (Commencement) Order, 2010

PLEA NEGOTIATIONS AND AGREEMENTS ACT (COMMENCEMENT) ORDER, 2010

[Section 1]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Commencement of Act No. 20 of 2010

SI 57 of 2010.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Plea Negotiations and Agreements Act (Commencement) Order, 2010.

 

2.   Commencement of Act No. 20 of 2010

The Plea Negotiations and Agreements Act, 2010, shall come into operation on the date of publication of this Order.

CHAPTER 217 - PNEUMOCONIOSIS ACT SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

INDEX TO SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

Pneumoconiosis (Charges and Fees)Regulations

Pneumoconiosis (Forms) Regulations

PNEUMOCONIOSIS (CHARGES AND FEES) REGULATIONS

[Section 96]

Arrangement of Regulations

   Regulation

   1.   Title

   2.   Interpretation

   3.   Transport of employed miners for prescribed examinations

   4.   Charges for transport of persons other than employed miners

   5.   Employed miner to be paid basic wages when absent for prescribed examination

   6.   Prescribed fee

Act 13 of 1994,

GN 152 of 1951,

GN 36 of 1956,

GN 209 of 1957,

GN 330 of 1962,

GN 285 of 1963,

SI 124 of 1965.

[Regulations by the Minister]

 

1.   Title

These Regulations may be cited as the Pneumoconiosis (Charges and Fees) Regulations. (As amended by No. 209 of 1957)

 

2.   Interpretation

In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires—

“employed miner”means a person actually in lawful employment as a miner.

 

3.   Transport of employed miners for prescribed examinations

Where an employer is required by the Act to present an employed miner to the Bureau for a prescribed examination and where the Chairman of the Board requires any miner to attend at his office for interview in connection with compensation, the Bureau shall provide transport from the place of employment to the Bureau and return for every such examination or interview.

[As amended by No. 36 of 1956]

 

4.   Charges for transport of persons other than employed miners

   (1) An employer shall pay to the Bureau the charges set out below, in respect of every person, other than an employed miner, who is presented by such employer to the Bureau for a prescribed examination and who travels to and from, or to or from, the Bureau for such purpose in transport provided and paid for by the Bureau.

CHARGES

 

 

Fee units(a

Mufulira Copper Mine . . . . . . . . 

20(b

Roan Antelope Copper Mine . . . . . . 

20(c

Nchanga Copper Mine . . . . . . 

20(d

Bancroft Copper Mine . . . . . . 

25(e

Chibuluma Copper Mine . . . . . . 

10(f

Chambishi Copper Mine . . . . . . 

10

   (2) All moneys received by the Bureau by virtue of the provisions of this regulation shall be paid into the general revenues of the Republic.

[As amended by 36 of 1956; 330 of 1962; 285 of 1963; 124 of 1965 and Act 13 of 1994.]

 

5.   Employed miner to be paid basic wages when absent for prescribed examination

Where an employer is required by the Act to present an employed miner to the Bureau for a prescribed examination and so presents such miner and where the Chairman of the Board has required any miner to attend at his office for interview in connection with compensation and such miner has so attended, the employer shall pay to such miner the basic wages he would normally have earned during the period he is necessarily absent from work for the purpose of undergoing such examination or attending for such interview.

[As amended by 36 of 1956.]

 

6.   Prescribed fee

The prescribed fee payable under subsection (6) of section 39 of the Act shall be 63 fee units.

[Am by GN 330 of 1962 and Act 13 of 1994.]

PNEUMOCONIOSIS (FORMS) REGULATIONS

[Section 96]

Arrangement of Regulations

   Regulation

   1.   Title

   2.   Prescribed forms

      SCHEDULE

GN 208 of 1957,

GN 331 of 1962,

GN 284 of 1963,

GN 497 of 1964,

SI 124 of 1965,

SI 229 of 1965.

[Regulations by the Minister]

 

1.   Title

These Regulations may be cited as the Pneumoconiosis (Forms) Regulations.

 

2.   Prescribed forms

The forms set out in the Schedule are hereby prescribed for use in the cases to which they respectively refer.

SCHEDULE

FORM 1

R.Z. BUREAU NO.

M.B……………………

PRESCRIBED FORMS

MINE REGISTRATION NO

……………………..……….

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA

PNEUMOCONIOSIS MEDICAL AND RESEARCH BUREAU

APPLICATION FOR MEDICAL EXAMINATION OF THE NATURE INDICATED BELOW

1. INITIAL (Section 39). 

2. INITIAL failing which SPECIAL (Section 39 (3) (c) and 39 (4) and proviso to 39 (5)). 

3. INITIAL failing which INITIAL (RESTRICTED) to employment as..................................................... (Section 39 (3) (b) and proviso 39 (5)). 

4. BENEFITS (Section48). Not appli- cable to men in employment as miners previously examined by the Bureau, Form 2 must be used instead of this Form. Name in full (BLOCK CAPITALS) …………………………Date of examination .........................................................

Age …….Mine ............................... *Mine No ..............................*National Registration No ........................................

*Place of birth ..................................................... Address for letters …………………………………………………...

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...........

*Chief ..................................................... *Village ..........................................................................................................

*District .................................................. *Country ........................................................................................................

* Complete as required

Have you been examined and given a number by any of the Bureaux named?If so, state the number. R.Z. Bureau Number .....................................................S.A. Bureau Number .....................................................S.R. Bureau Number .....................................................

MINING SERVICE

Fill up the table below as accurately as possible, stating the years (e.g. 1926-32 or 1943-44 and 1946) during which you have worked in each place named and stating the number of months worked in each of the occupations named.

NOTE.-When this form is used for the re-examination of any man who has been previously examined by the Bureau, it is sufficient to write in the space for mining service “Service since last examined” followed by the particulars of that service only.

*Country, Name and Nature of Mine 

Dates of Service 

Surface Scheduled Service in Months 

Underground Service in Months 

Total 

 

 

Concentrator
Including Crushers, Screening and Belt Conveyors 

Other
Including Sample Crushing, Change House, Tailing Dump, Rock Drill Sharpening, Coal Plant 

Production
Including Drilling, Blasting, Lashing Rock Removal, Ore Transport 

Other
Including Pumps, Sanitation, Pipe Fitting, Survey, Tracks, Sampling, Timbering, etc. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grand Total. . . . . . 

*Country to be shown as R.Z., Zim., S.A. or “Elsewhere”. Nature of mine to be shown as “Gold”, “Asbestos”, “Coal” or “Other”. Country and nature may be omitted for R.Z. Copper Mines. Put a line after the record of service for any mine.I declare that the above statements are true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

Signature or thumb-print of person examined:   Signature of Witness: ………………………………………….

..........................................................................   ………………………………………………………................

Place of examination if not the R.Z. Bureau:

…………………………………………………

FORM 2

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA

PNEUMOCONIOSIS MEDICAL AND RESEARCH BUREAU

R.Z. BUREAU NO.

M.B. ……….…………….

MINE REGISTRATION NO.

…………………………………

APPLICATION FOR MEDICAL EXAMINATION OF THE NATURE INDICATED BELOW

1. PERIODICAL (SECTIONS 40, 41, 42). 

2. PERIODICAL Re-stricted (SECTION 43 (1) (b)). 

3. Discharge (SECTION 44). 

4. Suspect (SECTION 47). 

5. Additional (SECTION 49). Applicable only to men in employment as miners. 

6. Benefits (SECTION 48). Not applicable to men in employment as miners and if the man has not been previously examined by the Bureau, Form 1 must be used instead of this Form. 

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