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1. What is a health inspection for occupational sickness prevention?

  1. In order to protect an insured person’s health, the Bureau of Labor Insurance holds health inspections for occupational sickness prevention. Such inspections are held to help discover occupational sickness at an early stage, so that such sickness can be treated as early as possible.
     
  2. The present targets and services of health inspections for occupational sickness are within the 31 especially dangerous operations set forth in the “Labor Health Protection Rules”. Workers who participate in the foresaid operations shall have at least one year consecutive seniority of coverage from the most recent enrollment of overage to the application day. Such workers may apply for the health inspection once a year.
     
Last Update:2019-08-20
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