The Occupational Safety Ordinance
The Occupational Safety Ordinance is a document by which the employer determines the organization of the implementation of occupational safety, the rules for the protection of the rights, obligations and responsibilities of its authorized representatives and workers, in the part in which these issues are not regulated by the Occupational Safety Act and the regulations adopted on its basis and by the collective agreement. and employment contract. The basis for the creation of this rulebook is a preliminary assessment of risks at workplaces and in the working environment.
The employer is obliged to adopt a regulation on occupational safety if he employs 20 or more workers.
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