On February 19, 2016, the Ministry of Labor amended the “Regulations Governing Occupational Safety and Health”, broadening the scope of the rule requiring certain enumerated enterprises to establish a management system for occupational safety and health.  Under the new regulation, Class A enterprises (such as electronic parts and components manufacturers, water transportation companies, warehousing companies) with more than 200 workers, and Class B enterprises (such as hotels, medical goods manufacturers, hospitals and clinics) with more than 500 workers, are required to establish a management system for occupational safety and health.