Oman’s Minister of Labour announces to Omanisation of 2 professions

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Muscat: His Excellency Dr. Muhad bin Saeed bin Ali Ba’owain Minister of Labour issued Ministerial Decree No. 7/2021 to regulate the practice of some professions.

The decision was based on the Labor Law issued by Royal Decree No. 25/2008, and the Royal Decree No. 9/2020 to establish the Ministry of Labor, define its functions, and approve its organizational structure, and based on what the public interest requires.

Article 1, stipulates that practicing the following professions in private sector establishments shall be restricted to Omanis:

1: Fuel Station Manager
2: Professions related to the activities and business of optics and the sale of glasses

While the second article stipulates that non-Omani manpower recruitment licenses and work permits issued for the professions specified in Article 1 of this decision shall be valid until their expiry date.

And Article Three stipulated the cancellation of all that contradicts this decision, or contravenes its provisions.

Article 4: This decision shall be published in the Official Gazette and shall be enforced from the day following the date of its publication.



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