Businesses will make 50% of employees work from their residences for public health safety
The Executive Bureau of the Solidaritatea Sanitara Federation on Tuesday decided to initiate the procedure regarding the organisation of large-scale protests and established the calendar of the first actions of this type, according to a press release sent to AGERPRES.
After an inspection ordered by the Supreme Administrative Prosecutor's Office 5092 breaches of construction safety regulations were found in the country only in December. The inspection was provoked by an incident at a construction site in near the Dimitar Petkov market in Sofia, where one worker died and several others were injured.
The Supreme Court of the Russian Federation clarified that trade enterprises have the right to refuse service at the checkout to a buyer who does not use personal protective equipment (PPE). This court decision stated that this would be the case if regional authorities have established mandatory use of such masks.
The World Day for Safety and Health at Work is celebrated anually on 28 April. For the first time, the International Labor Organization (ILO) celebrates this day in 2001.
According to ILO figures, each year, 2.2 million workers worldwide die because of work-related accidents and occupational diseases. Losses account for 4% of global gross domestic product.
Seven tonnes of medical protective equipment, consisting of 100 thousand protective masks type FFP2 and FFP3, are being brought to the country from Turkey on Wednesday with a C-27J Spartan aircraft of the Romanian Air Force, informs a statement from the Ministry of National Defense (MApN).