• Subject of the issue: Occupational risk assessment at the workplace of a thermal insulation installer (on the construction site)
    Each employer is obliged to carry out an occupational risk assessment. It is a fundamental tool for the safety and health of workers in the workplace. By conducting it on a regular basis, the employer creates safe working conditions in the enterprise and controls the state of threats in the workplace. We present a comprehensive risk assessment at the workplace of a thermal insulation fitter with a detailed description and characteristics of the factors of the working environment.
  • Change of employment conditions at the employee's request - further changes to the Labor Code
    The new provisions of the Labor Code will enable an employee who has been employed for at least 6 months to apply to the employer for improvement of his situation by, for example, changing the contract, position or type of work. The employer will have to take into account the will of the employee or explain why he cannot do so.
  • Safety instructions in a few simple steps
    Work instructions build and maintain knowledge within the company. When the way an activity is done is communicated orally, there is room for interpretation and human error. Knowledge of how to most effectively complete the task will be lost when the employee leaves the company and takes the knowledge with him. A good work instruction avoids this. How to write good health and safety instructions?
  • Registration of the inspection of workplaces by the National Labor Inspectorate in practice
    The PIP inspector is the body controlling the issues of work safety in workplaces. The inspector's control consists of two successive phases. The first and very key is to establish the facts. During such arrangements, the inspector has the right to use video or sound recording devices. In practice, the above entitlement of an inspector may raise significant doubts, which, unfortunately, are not resolved by the regulations.
  • Referring an employee for early preventive examinations
    The doctor conducting the examination may appoint a shorter period for the next preventive examination. It cannot be ruled out that the employer will refer the employee for preventive examinations before the date specified by the doctor conducting the examination. Learn the rules of early preventive examinations.
  • Tasks of the health and safety service - handing over of construction objects for use
    The health and safety service is a single or multi-person organizational unit separated within the structures of the workplace. It is primarily responsible for consultancy and control in the field of occupational health and safety. One of its tasks is to participate in the handing over of buildings for use.
  • Necessary content for each initial OSH training
    In what form is the initial OSH training carried out? Is the content of the initial OSH training clearly defined? What to talk about in the initial OSH training in the general part of the training? These are the most frequently asked questions regarding the proper organization of training. Well-organized training does not have to be perceived by employees as a waste of time, but it can be a great showcase of the workplace. So what is the essential content of each initial OSH training? These and other questions are answered in this article.
  • Mobile work tools - how to organize an office workplace
    Office workers perform work in specific conditions of the working environment. In their case, it is more difficult to find an accident that is possible in a worker position, especially when performing particularly dangerous work. However, office positions have specific risks, e.g. related to the use of mobile work tools. Find out how to prevent them.
  • How to organize safe work at height
    Particularly dangerous works are understood as works referred to in Section IV, Chapter 6 of the Labor Code and works specified as particularly dangerous in other provisions on health and safety at work or in the manuals for the operation of devices and installations, as well as other work involving increased risk or performed in difficult conditions, considered by the employer as particularly dangerous. One of the most frequently performed particularly dangerous works is work at height - especially by cleaning staff. What should the employer remember when organizing work at height?

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