Night Work Conventions
Night Work Conventions C4, C6, C20, C41, C79, C89, C171 Signed 1919, 1925, 1934, 1946, 1948, 1990 Effective 1921-1995 Condition 2 ratifications Depositary Director-General of the International Labour Office Languages French and English
Night Work Conventions are International Labour Organization Convention conventions regulating the rights of of night workers. They were specifically aimed at young persons, women or people in specific types of employment (industrial, non-industrial or bakeries) and conceived between 1919 and 1948. A more general instrument (not addressing young people however) was signed in 1990.
An overview of ILO conventions and ratifications is shown below:
ILO code Field conclusion date entry into force closure for signature Parties
revising convention(s) text and ratifications C4 Women 28 November 1919 13 June 1921 N.A. 27 31 C41, C89 Text, ratifications C6 Young persons in industry 28 November 1919 13 June 1921 N.A. 50 9 C90 Text, ratifications C20 Bakeries 8 June 1925 26 May 1928 N.A. 9 8 Text, ratifications C41 women (revised) 19 June 1934 22 November 1936 27 February 1951 15 23 C89 Text, ratifications C79 young persons (non-industrial) 29 October 1946 29 December 1950 20 0 Text, ratifications C89 women (revised) 9 July 1948 27 February 1951 46 21 Text, ratifications C90 young persons (industrial) (revised) 10 July 1948 12 June 1951 51 0 Text, ratifications C171 general 26 June 1990 4 January 1995 11 0 Text, ratifications
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