OBLIGATIONS OF THE EMPLOYER IN THE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY LAW

In accordance with the Occupational Health and Safety Law, which imposes important obligations on employers, all workplaces must appoint an Occupational Health and Safety Representative, make a risk assessment, an emergency action plan, and have all employees receive occupational health and safety training. Administrative fines will be imposed on employers who do not do or do not do these.

In workplaces with fifty or more employees for more than six months of permanent work, the employer; Establish an “Occupational Health and Safety Board” to work on Occupational Health and Safety. All workplaces with more than 50 employees are obliged to work a workplace doctor and occupational safety specialist.

Occupational safety experts with (A) class, dangerous (B) class, less dangerous (C) class certificate should be employed in very dangerous workplaces. In addition, workplaces in all hazard classes will employ a workplace doctor or outsource.

Examining the information, laws, statutes and regulations on the website of the Ministry of Labor and Social Security in order to protect and obtain your rights related to the subject; We recommend that you seek help from accountants, financial advisors, occupational health and safety units and our law firm.

Lawyer Senem YILMAZEL

Paylaş

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