Muscat: Oman’s Human Rights Commission has issued a guide for non-Omani manpower, citing their duties while living in the country.
The duties which also stipulated in the labour laws of Oman require expatriates who enter the country for work to have a legal permit and a
valid labour card
Expatriates are also required to work for the institution featured in the contract and for the same stated number of hours, preserving the means and tools of production and refraining from using them for individual purposes or outside the establishment without permission.
They have also required to comply with the health and safety procedures, refrain from working for another employer and
maintain work secrecy.
Respecting Islam and the laws, customs and traditions and avoiding any activities that might harm the security of the country are also listed among other duties.