The decision will go into effect starting June 15 and will be in place till September 15, the authority said.
On Wednesday, the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (Mohre) announced a three-month midday break for outdoor workers.
Under the decision, all work performed under the sun and in open places is banned between the peak hours of 12.30 pm and 3 pm.
“The ministry likes the essential organization with the private area in embedding the choice and accomplishing its destinations,” it added.
Under the choice, day by day working hours, for the first part of the day, evening or the two movements, are not to surpass eight hours.
If a labourer surpasses such eight hours inside 24 hours, the additional time will be considered extra time, for which the specialist is to be paid, as per the arrangements of the Federal Law concerning the Regulation of Labor Relations.
Any foundation that doesn’t follow the terms and states of the choice will be fined Dh5,000 per labourer, and a limit of Dh50,000 on the off chance that few specialists are utilized during the boycott.
Moreover, the penetrating foundation will have its record suspended or its status minimized in the Mohre grouping framework embraced by the Ministry, because of how grave the break is.
As per the arrangements of the choice, businesses should put a timetable of the day by day working hours in a noticeable site in the working environment, and notwithstanding Arabic, the timetable should be written in the language, which labourers comprehend.
The choice likewise expects businesses to give suitable defensive gadgets that shield labourers from the wounds they may have because of utilizing the machines and different instruments and to follow the wide range of various techniques for insurance, given in the Labor Law and its executing Ministry choices.
Labourers should adhere to the guidelines that target shielding them from the threats and quit submitting any demonstration that is probably going to obstruct the execution of the directions.
The Ministry asked local area individuals to report any infringement by calling the complementary number, 80060, which is accessible 24 hours every day in four distinct dialects.