Fishery

Fishery

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Fishery

No. 1 specified skills foreigners who accept in the field of fisheries are required to engage in work requiring skills that require considerable knowledge or experience, as specified in Article 1 (1) of the Order of the Specified Skills Standards Ministry, You must be mainly engaged in the work (fishery or aquaculture) described in this Schedule which requires the skills identified by passing the tests described in this Schedule.

Foreigners do not engage in fishing or aquaculture mainly, but understand the instructions of the supervisors such as the master or the chief of the fishery, or while making their own judgment under the overarching instructions of the supervisor, I am engaged in the work of aquaculture work.

In addition, as described in the field-specific operation guidelines, it is acceptable for them to be engaged in related work in which Japanese people who are engaged in the work are usually engaged.

In addition, considering the circumstances of the fishing village area where fishery production can not be expected throughout the year, such as the time of the fishery, in view of the characteristics of the fishery, the scope of the fishery related business that specific skilled foreigners can engage in is flexible. For example, the following can be assumed to be applicable to related tasks.

(Note) It is not permitted to engage solely in related business.

(Operation policy 5 (1) relations according to field: When engaged in duties of fishery)

・Inspection and replacement of fishing gear and fishing machinery

・Repair and cleaning of the ship ・Cleaning of fish storage, fishing gear storage, and barn

・Feeding of fishing boats, ice, fuel, foodstuffs, daily necessities and other operation and living materials

・Loading

・Cooking, drudgery to affect fishing

・Farming and other incidental aquaculture of harvested fish and animals

・Transportation, display, sale of in-house products

-Production using in-house products or by-products of the production as raw materials or parts of materials

・Processing and transportation / display of the products / worked products

・Sale

・Sorting and sorting of fish at fish market and landing port

・Support for the capture of fish and animals carried by passengers during experience-based fishing

・Internal and external training

(Operation policy 5 (1) relations according to field: When engaged in duties of aquaculture business)

・Inspection of fishing gear and fishing machinery

・Remodeling

・Repair of the hull

・Cleaning

・Fish storage, fishing gear storage

・Cleaning of the guardhouse

・Feed for fishing boats, ice, fuel, food, daily necessities and other operations

・Charge of life materials

・Loading

・Cleaning, disinfection, management, maintenance of machines, equipment, tools for aquaculture

・Prevention of feeding damage to farm animals such as extermination, repayment, protection nets and tensions for birds and animals

・Collection of fishery animals and animals and juvenile fish for culture and other fishery to be fed for cultured fishery animals and plants

・Transportation of in-house products

  • display

・Sale

-Production using in-house products or by-products of the production as raw materials or parts of materials

・Processing and transportation of the products / processes

  • display

・Sale

・Fish market

・Selection of catch at landing port

・Sort

・Support for the capture of fish and animals carried by passengers during experience-based fishing

・Internal and external training

Specific skills employment contracts must conform to the provisions of the Labor Standards Act (Law 49, 1948) and other labor laws, as specified in Article 1 of the Ordinance of the Ministry of Specific Skills Standards. With regard to the fishery, the provisions of the Labor Standards Law, etc. for working hours, breaks and holidays are exempted as in the case where Japanese people are engaged, but No. 1 specific skilled foreigner has a healthy and cultural life. In order to maintain the efficiency at work for a long period of time, while taking into consideration the intentions of No. 1 specific skill foreigners and referring to the standards based on the Labor Standards Law etc., appropriate to avoid excessive work hours You must manage working hours and set breaks and holidays appropriately

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