ISSN 1452-6662
Više od 180 osnovnih i prečišćenih tekstova propisa Republike Srbije prevedenih na engleski jezik.
Grupa: COMPANIES, BUSINESS
Izdanje: OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH LAW
Published in the Službeni glasnik RS, Nos. 101/05 of 21 November 2005, 91/15 of 5 November 2015 and 113/17 of 17 December 2017 (other law)
Sekcija: I. BASIC PROVISIONS

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  • Article 1

    The present Law shall govern the implementation and advancement of occupational safety and health of the persons taking part in work, as well as of the persons who happen to be in the working environment, for the purpose of preventing injuries at work, occupational diseases and work-related diseases.
    The Occupational Safety and Health Office shall be established under and its competence be provided by the present Law, as an administrative authority in the framework of the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Policy for the purpose of performing certain government administration duties in the field of occupational safety and health.

  • Article 2

    The rights, duties and liabilities of employers and employees, competences and measures the application or implementation of which provide for occupational safety and health, shall be exercised in conformity with the present Law and the regulations enacted on the basis of law * .

    The present Law shall not be applied to the performance of specific military services at the Serbian Armed Forces as well as performance of police and protection and rescue duties, within the scope of the responsible state authority, as well as the performance of protection and rescue duties which are carried out by other entities in conformity with a separate law, within which the issues of safety and health when performing such services and duties are regulated by a separate law and regulations passed pursuant to such law.

  • Article 3

    The rights, duties and liabilities related to occupational safety and health, as laid down by the present Law, shall be governed in greater detail by collective agreements, employers’ general rules and employment contracts.