Article 4 sets out the responsibilities of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, including ensuring that the recruitment, recruitment and placement of domestic workers under this Agreement complies with applicable laws, rules and regulations; ensure that the well-being and rights of domestic workers are promoted and protected; guarantee the authenticity of the employment contract, which includes the rights and obligations of employers and workers, as well as minimum working and employment conditions; ensure the implementation of the treaty; facilitate the opening of a bank account by the employer under the name of the domestic worker for the purpose of paying his or her salary; the establishment of a 24-hour support mechanism for workers; Facilitate the settlement of labour disputes and the issuance of exit visas for the repatriation of workers. Any provision of a contract or agreement in which the craftsman waives any right founded in his favour under the provisions of this Act is null and void, even if such a provision was made before the date of entry into force of this agreement. However, if the number of workers is less than fifty, the employer must make available to the workers an auxiliary medical cabinet which must be kept in good condition and containing the bandages, medicines and antiseptics to be defined by the Minister of Labour, in agreement with the Minister of Health, to provide first aid to the workers. Any person who, through any of the means referred to in the last paragraph of the preceding article, incites or attempts to stop his activities by an agreement between him, or encourages him or attempts to cease such work, shall be liable to a term of imprisonment of between one year and three years or to a fine of 5,000 to SR 10,000; Or both. A copy of the arbitration agreement shall be filed with the office of the competent primary commission of the region, and the arbitrators, the arbitral award shall be registered at the Office of the said Commission within one week of its issue. A Joint Committee is set up to review, evaluate and regularly monitor the implementation of the Agreement, organise consultation meetings and exclude recommendations on the settlement of disputes arising from the application or interpretation of the Agreement (Article 6). The purpose of this agreement is to protect the rights of Saudi employers and domestic workers from the Philippines and to regulate the contractual relationship between the two (Article 2). Without prejudice to the conditions laid down in concession agreements and other agreements and provisions relating to training, training and scholarships, any employer who employs a hundred or more workers must train a number of his Saudi workers in technical occupations representing at least 5% of the total number of his workers, in accordance with a training program to be prepared by the Ministry of Labour. (b) For the visits to be distributed during the week, a programme must be prepared in advance, in consultation with the labour inspectors, and in the newspaper Um Al-Qura No. 2339 of 17.Rajab 1390 H. (18).