Public Health Protection

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258/2000 Coll.


LAW
Dated July 14, 2000

On the protection of public health and amending certain related laws

Change: 254/2001 Coll., 274/2001 Coll.

Change: 86/2002.

Change: 13/2002 Coll., 120/2002 Coll.

Change: 76/2002 Coll., 320/2002 Coll.

Change: 274/2003 Coll.

Change: 274/2003 Coll. (Part)

Change: 274/2003 Coll. (Part), 356/2003 Coll., 167/2004 Coll.

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Change: 267/2015 Coll.

Parliament has passed this Act of the Czech Republic:
PART ONE


RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF PERSONS AND STATE ADMINISTRATION IN PROTECTION OF PUBLIC HEALTH

TITLE
I


GENERAL PROVISIONS
§ 1
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This Act incorporates the relevant regulations of the European Union ^ 1) and governs
further to the directly applicable European Union regulations ^ 62)

A) the rights and obligations of natural and legal persons in the protection and promotion of public health
,

B) the system of public health authorities, their scope and
power

C) tasks of other public authorities in the areas of protection and promotion of public health and
assessment and reduction of noise from the long-term average noise burden
environment.

§ 2


Definition of Terms
(1) Public health is the health status of the population and its groups.
This health status is determined by the sum of natural, living and working conditions and
way of life.

(2) The protection of public health is a summary of activities and measures to create
and protection of healthy living and working conditions and preventing the spread
infectious and epidemic diseases, health threats
work related, creation of work related diseases and
other significant health disorders and supervision over preserving.
Health hazard is a condition in which the population or
his group exposed to danger from which load rate
risk factors of natural, living or working conditions exceeds
generally acceptable level and poses a significant risk of damage | || health.

(3) Promoting public health is a summary of activities contributing to natural persons
maintain and improve their health and increase control over the factors affecting health
. Includes activities to ensure social, economic and environmental
conditions for the development of individual and
public health, state of health and healthy lifestyles.

(4) health risk assessment is to assess the degree of seriousness of a burden
population exposed to risk factors of living and working conditions and
way of life. The basis for the assessment of health risks is
qualitative and quantitative estimate of risk [§ 80 paragraph. 1 point. l)].
The outcome of health risk assessment is the basis for management
health risks, which means the decision-making process in order to reduce health risks
. Risk assessment in the field of health and safety at work and
employers' obligations in the prevention of risks to safety and
Health at Work provides for specific legislation. ^ 2)

(5) infectious diseases means the flag and
symptomless disease caused by an infectious agent or its toxin, which occurs in
due to the transmission of the agent or toxin from infected physical

Person, animal or inanimate substrate to a susceptible individual.

(6) Isolation means separation of individuals who became ill
infectious disease or show signs of disease, from other natural persons
. Conditions isolation, having regard to the nature of transmission of infection
prevent its transmission to other individuals that might
infectious diseases continue to spread.

(7) quarantine measures are

A) the quarantine, which means separating the healthy individuals who were
during the incubation period in contact with infectious diseases or
stayed at the focus of infection (hereinafter referred to as "natural person suspected of being infected
") from other individuals and medical investigations such
individuals to prevent the transmission of infectious diseases in the period
where would the disease could spread

B) medical supervision in which the natural person suspected of being infected
obliged by the dates specified interim measures
provider of healthcare services or the decision of the competent authority
protection of public health experience to the doctor for tests or examinations | || undergo, or watch the instruction of the competent authority
protection of public health for a specified period of their state of health and at the discovery
a set of clinical symptoms to notify the competent
doctor or the competent authority to protect public health,

C) increased medical supervision, which is the medical supervision of physical
person suspected of being infected, which is suspended business activities or modification
working conditions to limit the potential spread of infectious diseases.

(8) Juveniles for the purposes of this Act, a natural person who
completed the fifteenth year did not exceed the age of eighteen.

(9) A family member for purposes of this Act
husband (wife) or type (mate), partner (partner)
under the Act on Registered Partnership (hereinafter referred to as "partner"), children, adoptive children
placed in foster care or guardianship, court children entrusted into personal care
other individuals and parents businessmen (entrepreneurs)
his wife (her husband) and second (partner) or partner.

(10) the introduction of product-4a) on the market means the moment when the product is on the market
European Union for the first time against payment or free of charge
offered to be supplied for distribution or use, or when it | || first transferred ownership rights, unless
directly applicable European Union law or special legislation provides otherwise. ^ 4b) for
placed on the market are regarded as products produced or imported for operational needs
^ 4) when you own your own business manufacturers or importers.

(11) manufacturer for the purposes of this Act, a person who manufactures a product or
has designed and ordered a product that
intends to place on the market or into circulation ^ 4c) under his own name, as well as a person whose
manufacturer shall provide to the product his company name or name and surname
individuals, trade mark or other distinctive mark,
or the person who reconditions the product for placing on the market or
circulation unless directly applicable legislation of the European Union or
special legislation provides otherwise. ^ 4b)

(12) canceled

(13) the importer for the purposes of this Act, a person who enters
on the market or into circulation a product from a non-Member State of the European Union
or putting such a product on the market or into circulation conveys, || | unless special legislation provides otherwise. ^ 4b)
TITLE II


CARE OF LIVING AND WORKING CONDITIONS
Section 1


Water and products coming into direct contact with water, chemicals and chemical mixtures
Water Technologies, swimming pool and sauna

§ 3

Hygienic requirements for water

(1) Potable water is all water in its original state or after treatment, which
is intended for drinking, cooking, preparing food and drinks, water used in
food, water, which is designed to care for body, to clean
objects which by design come into contact with food or
human body, and for other purposes of human consumption, regardless of its origin
, state, way of delivering. ^ 5)
hygienic requirements for safety and purity of drinking water (hereinafter
"drinking water quality") is determined hygienic limits for microbiological,
biological, physical, chemical and organoleptic characteristics,

Which are regulated by the implementing legislation, or are allowed
or designated pursuant to this Act, the competent authority to protect public health
. Occupational exposure limits are set as the maximum limit value, the limit
values ​​and recommended values. Recommended values ​​are non-binding values ​​
drinking water quality indicators, which sets minimum desirable or acceptable
concentration of the substance or the optimum concentration range of the substance
. For drinking water is not a natural healing source and
natural mineral water, which has been certified in accordance with a special legislative
. ^ 6)

(2) The public water supply ^ 6a) is obliged to ensure
to drinking water was supplied drinking water quality in accordance with paragraph 1.
obligation under the first sentence are, unless otherwise provided below, and
owner of the public water supply, which is the bearer of rights and obligations
operator ^ 6) a person who provides spare
drinking water supply, a person who produces drinking water from an individual source
as part of its business for
whose performance must be used in drinking water, and the person who supplies drinking water
for public use. Per person, which supplies drinking water for public use
is considered

A) operators of water systems in which the average daily production of less than 10 m3
, or the number of individuals using permanent water supply is less than 50
if the water supply runs as part of their business or as
part of activities other legal persons

B) the person supplying drinking water as part of their business or other activities
legal persons from vending machines, storage tanks
in air, water and land vehicles,

C) the operator of the public wells, which was identified as a source of drinking water
,

D) the person supplying drinking water from an individual source
public buildings (such as schools, medical equipment, catering services
).

(3) Hot water supplied as part of a business entity or other activities
legal entity must meet hygienic limits
microbiological, biological, physical, chemical and organoleptic
quality indicators, which are regulated by the implementing || | regulation; for the fulfillment of this obligation is a manufacturer of hot water
. Hot water supplied to the hot water pipe or water pipe inner
^ 6a), which are structurally interconnected mixer with
water supply pipe of drinking water, the manufacturer may produce only from potable water.
If a breach of the hygiene limit hot water due to internal
vodovodem-6a) or maintenance and is a building in which hot water is delivered to the public
, the manufacturer of hot water, and other subscriber
persons in similar position similarly under § 4 para. 5 sentences fourth and fifth.

(4) At the request of the persons mentioned in paragraph 2, the competent authority may
protection of public health permit for a limited period of use water that does not meet the limit values ​​
indicators of drinking water, with the exception
microbiological indicators. Public Health Authority
permits issued when the drinking water supply can not be ensured otherwise and will not
danger to public health. If it is a pointer to the upper limit value,
except for microbiological parameters, the competent authority may
protection of public health at the request of the person referred to in paragraph 2, except
persons referred to in point b) give such permission if the supply of drinking water
not provide otherwise, it will not be jeopardized public health
corrective actions are sufficient to resolve the issue within 30 days and failure
hygienic limit any indicator highest limit
lasted the last 12 months longer than the 30 days.

(5) An application under paragraph 4 must contain a pointer, which
non-compliance concerns, reasons for non-compliance with hygienic limit including
evaluate the possibility of further securing the supply of drinking water, the draft
corrective measures, including the timetable for the work and an estimate costs
supply area and population served, the proposal duration
permit an overview of non hygienic limit any indicators
over the past 12 months, the assessment of health risks and the proposed
scope and frequency of inspections of drinking water quality.

(6) The authorization referred to in paragraph 4 of the competent authority to protect public

Health determines the maximum value of the indicators and for the removal
fault.

§ 3a

(1) If the person referred to in § 3 para. 2, with the exception of persons listed in
§ 3 para. 2 point. b) that corrective measures can not be
compliance indicators with the upper limit value, except for microbiological
indicators achieved by the process according to § 3 para. 4, third sentence, or in the case
authorization has already been issued, but failure to comply with hygiene
time limit is longer than 30 days during the last 12 months ,,
may ask the competent authority to protect public health by determining
lenient hygiene limit than in the implementing legislation.
Authority to protect public health can, for a limited period of time to determine
lenient hygiene limit indicators with the upper limit value, except
microbiological indicators, where the use of water quality such
after a specified period of time does not lead to risks to human health and
drinking water is not possible to provide any other appropriate manner. Determining lenient
hygienic limit restricts the competent authority for public health protection
shortest period not exceeding 3 years. At the request of the person
mentioned in the first sentence that period may be extended by a maximum at
next three years.

(2) Before the expiry of the period for which he was lenient hygiene limit pursuant to paragraph 1
limited, the person referred to in paragraph 1 shall justify
competent public health authorities whether and to what extent the
rectified. The competent public health protection authority verifies the fact that
.

(3) In exceptional circumstances the competent authority to protect public health
[§ 80 paragraph. 1 point. f)] at the request of the person referred to in paragraph 1
filed not later than five months before the deadline extended in accordance with paragraph 1
authorize a further extension lenient hygiene limit, and
for a maximum period of 3 years.

(4) The authorization referred to in paragraph 3, the competent authority to protect public health
issued only if an extension lenient hygiene limit
authorizes the Commission of the European Union on a request filed on behalf of the Czech Republic
competent public health authorities [§ 80 paragraph. 1 point. F)].

(5) In the procedure pursuant to paragraphs 1, 3 and 4 and § 3 para. 4 and 5
competent authority to protect public health also take into account risks to human health
which could cause interruption of drinking water
limiting its use.

(6) A request under paragraphs 1 and 3 must contain the elements specified in paragraph 7
point. a) to e) and health risk assessment pursuant to § 2.
fourth Against the refusal to renew lenient hygiene limit
under paragraph 3 can not be appealed.

(7) The competent public health protection authority in determining lenient
hygienic limit and its extension under paragraphs 1 and 3

A) an indicator that the authorization, the results of the quality of drinking water
previous period, the maximum allowed value of this indicator and
time, which is determined milder hygienic limit

B) the geographical area, the quantity of water supplied per day, the extent of the affected population
and information on whether the authorization applies to companies in the field
production and circulation of food

C) scheme controls the quality of drinking water, as required
with increased frequency

D) a summary of the plan for the necessary remedial action, including a timetable
work, costing and revisions

E) justification.

(8) persons referred to in § 3 para. 2 are required promptly to reasonable
fully informed about the permit under § 3 para. 4 of the first and second sentences and
its terms, the determination lenient hygiene limit and
extension, as well as the decisions of the authority to protect public health,
which under this Act prohibits or restricts the use of drinking water
[§ 84 para. 1 point. e)] and its terms, the customer-6a)
and other persons in similar positions covered by the measure. If those
actions or decisions of the authority to protect public health implications for certain groups of the population
possible health hazards, the persons referred to in
§ 3 para. 2 obliged to include information and procedure to protect health.
In addition, the persons specified in § 3 para. 2
obliged to immediately ensure the supply of drinking water for customers excluded or limited in
water supply.

(9) The procedure pursuant to paragraphs 1, 2 and 7, and under § 3 para. 4 and 5, the relevant

Public health protection authority shall immediately inform the superior authority
public health.

§ 3b

(1) The Ministry of Health is always within two months
obliged to inform the Commission of the European Union on the measures under § 3a, concerning
water pipes and other sources of drinking water with an average consumption of 1,000 m3 per day
or used by more than 5,000 individuals. The information
data indicate the extent specified in § 3a par. 7 point. a) to e).

(2) Every three years the Ministry of Health will prepare a report on the quality
drinking water, indicating at least information of all individual sources of drinking water
referred to in paragraph 1. The report shall publish within one calendar year after
the end of the three-year period in its headquarters on the site
universally accessible and in a manner allowing remote access
. The message sent by the Ministry of Health within two months of its publication
Commission of the European Union.

§ 4

Obligations of persons in control of drinking water, drinking water supply conditions

(1) The persons listed in § 3 para. 2 are obliged under the conditions laid
implementing regulation ensure that the holder of a certificate of accreditation
^ 4), the holder of a certificate of good laboratory practice ^ 4c)
or an authorization holder (§ 83c)

A) sampling of drinking water and their laboratory to check whether water has
quality of drinking water, at least in the scope and frequency determined
implementing regulation, and using a method adapted implementing
regulation or authorized by the competent authority to protect public health
under paragraph 9; for indicators for which no method of implementing legislation
modified or allowed to proceed according to methods
which meets the requirements laid implementing regulation, and

B) Protocol on the acquisition of control in electronic form;
Protocol are obliged to immediately transmit electronically to the competent authority
public health.

(2) Protocol pursuant to paragraph 1. b) the persons referred to in § 3 para. 2
obliged to retain for a period of 5 years from the date of sampling of drinking water.
Particulars Protocol form of his electronic form and data interface
a method of determining sampling points drinking water is brought
implementing legislation.

(3) The persons referred to in § 3 para. 2 are obliged to develop operational rules,
which will indicate the place of collection of raw or potable water, basic
data on water treatment technology used chemicals and || | chemical mixtures terms of maintenance, inspection plan operation and technical condition
tap water or other facilities for drinking water supply,
method for determining the location of sampling drinking water, scope and frequency of inspections and supplied
number of people. Operating Procedure and amendments presented before their adoption
to the appropriate public health authorities. Furthermore
persons specified in § 3 para. 2, with the exception of persons providing
alternative drinking water supplies and persons supplying drinking water
as part of their business or other activities, legal entities
in the air, water and land vehicles,
required to ensure that subscribers-6a) and others, which supply drinking water
been available to date information on the quality of drinking water supplied
and the substances used in water treatment.

(4) The competent authority to protect public health, the extent and frequency of inspections
drinking water set by the implementing legislation

A) ex officio expand indicators whose value is close
maximum limit value or limit value or other parameters
whose occurrence can be assumed due to geological composition, accident or other emergency
events, as well as increase the frequency of checks
drinking water

B) at the request of the person referred to in § 3 para. 2 reduced in case
demonstrably constant and satisfactory values ​​of the indicators of the quality of drinking water supplied and
its resources

And terminate those measures. In the procedure referred to in point b) may
public health protection body for selected indicators of an abridged analysis
in a certain area of ​​supply frequency control
revised the implementing legislation to reduce, if it can be reasonably assumed that there will be no deterioration
drinking water. The lowest allowable frequency control
but shall not be less than 50% of the number of samples specified in the implementing legislation

Prescription. For microbiological parameters and microscopic image
can reduce the frequency of inspections only if the petitioner is shown
that meet all of their indicators. For selected indicators
comprehensive analysis, with the exception of enterococci indicators and indicators that are subject
abridged analysis, the authority to protect public health
specific area of ​​supply frequency control revised implementing regulation
reduced if it has considers that the present indicator
occur in drinking water at levels that could lead to failure
adequate sanitary limit, and can reasonably assume that
no deterioration of the quality of drinking water; Public Health Authority
in that case may issue measures for more than two years and
resources referred to in § 3 para. 2 point. a) for a period longer than 3 years.

(5) Failure to comply with the maximum limit value or limit any
indicators, provided the implementing regulation or permitted
or designated pursuant to this Act, the competent authority to protect public health
is obligated person referred to in § 3 . 2 immediately investigate
determine the cause and take effective corrective measures. These facts
shall immediately inform the competent authority
protection of public health. Public health authorities in the investigation progresses
causes of failures of the parametric values ​​of drinking water quality and determine
change or corrective action under § 82 and 84. If the highest failure
limit values ​​or limit values ​​for indicators of drinking water due to | || internal vodovodem-6a) or the maintenance, the person referred to in § 3.
2 shall inform the customer-6a) and other persons in
similar position, which supplies drinking water; the information shall also
possible corrective measures that would reduce or eliminate the risk
that the water supply will not be met the hygienic limits. If it is in this case
a building in which water is supplied to the public, customers have ^ 6)
and others in a similar position, which is supplied drinking water
after receipt of the information by the fourth sentence of duty
promptly investigate and determine the cause of non-compliance with the parametric values ​​of drinking water quality and
take effective corrective measures.

(6) If there is a supply area for the suspected presence of other substances or microorganisms
unadjusted implementing regulation,
person referred to in § 3 para. 2 immediately detects the concentration or amount of the substance or
microorganism and notify the competent authority
public health. The notification shall set apart
filing requirements set by the Administrative Code provisioned area, the quantity supplied
water per day, population served, the sampling point at which
a substance or a microorganism is detected, substance or organism, which
the report concerns the results of all analyzes
origin of the substance or organism, if known, and a corrective action plan.
Authority to protect public health on the basis of notification of the person or own
investigation will determine the health limits for the occurrence of such substances or microorganisms
if the water contained in a concentration or quantity
which does not endanger public health. The person referred to in § 3 para. 2
is required to monitor the compliance with the hygienic limit the frequency laid down
implementing regulation for the occurrence of other indicators of drinking water
unless the competent authority to protect public health procedure under sentence
third differently.

(7) A person referred to in § 3 para. 2 is obliged to check the conditions
determined by the decision of the competent authority to protect public health and
water, which has drinking water quality and which can no longer allow another extension
lenient hygiene limit, but is included
consumers; the supply of such water is the person referred to in § 3 para. 2
obliged to inform consumers.

(8) The request pursuant to paragraph 4. b) have addition to the requirements set
administrative regulations contain a proposal to amend the scope and frequency of inspections
drinking water on the ground, marking a supply zone
amount of water delivered per day and the population served, proof of permanent water quality and | || satisfactory values ​​in question drinking water quality indicators and
its source and the results of checks for the last 2 years;
if the number of analyzes for this period is less than 6, the application must contain

Results of previous years, so that was demonstrated continuous series of 6
results.

(9) The competent public health protection authority to authorize the use of other methods of laboratory testing
water than in the implementing legislation,
if the petitioner proves that the results obtained are at least as reliable as
results obtained using
method laid down by the implementing regulation.

§ 5

Products coming into direct contact with drinking, hot and raw water,
chemicals and chemical mixtures, water treatment and water supply technology

(1) A manufacturer or importer of a product intended for direct contact with drinking, hot or raw
water-6a) in their collection, abstraction, transport,
treatment, distribution, collection, measurement, supplies and other similar | || purposes (hereinafter referred to as "the product coming into direct contact with water") and
manufacturer or importer of a chemical or chemical mixture intended to modify
water for drinking or hot water are required to ensure that their composition
and labeling on the package label, the accompanying documentation or instructions for use
match the hygienic requirements laid
implementing legislation. Products that do not meet these requirements
hygiene, not distributor-4a) to distribute.
Manufacturer or importer of products coming into direct contact with water are also required
ensure that the surface treatment product complies with the hygiene requirements laid
implementing regulation.

(2) The manufacturer or importer of products coming into direct contact with
water is required before it can be placed in secure holders
accreditation certificate-4a) or the holder of the authorization (§ 83c) by
this Act and, in the case of construction products for persons authorized by
special legal regulation, 4a) in the manner provided in the implementing legal regulation
verifying that there are no undesirable effects on drinking or hot water
; Verification is required to have a record. Evaluation method of verifying
and the manner and extent of verification record in the implementing legislation.

(3) The manufacturer and importer of the product must come into direct contact with
water and a chemical or chemical mixture that would
of improper use could cause damage to the health of individuals or devalue
drinking, hot or raw water always equip
instructions for use and, if necessary, and how to delete
consequences of improper use. The instructions must be in Czech or Slovak language
. Distributor-4a) is required to distribute such product or
chemical product consumer or other user always
instructions for use, optionally with instructions for removing the consequences of improper use.

(4) Otherwise, when assessing the safety of products coming into
direct contact with water, which is under special legislation
construction product ^ 8) by a special legal regulation
. ^ 4) | ||
(5) At the request of the manufacturer or importer by the competent authority to protect public health decisions on


A) admissibility, content, or migration limits for substances that are not regulated
in the implementing regulations for products coming into
direct contact with water; this does not apply if the products referred to in paragraph
4

B) admissibility of chemicals or chemical mixtures used for water treatment
on drinking or hot water, not provided for in the implementing regulations.

(6) An application under paragraph 5 shall include
addition to the requirements laid down by administrative rules indicate the type of product, chemical substances or chemical mixtures
their trade name and chemical composition, purity
proof of chemical or chemical the mixture according to the relevant technical standards
brief description of the production technology and a list of all ingredients and additives
, including data on decomposition products originating
in the production, processing or aging, data on the concentration of chemical substances or
chemical mixtures, an indication of the concentration of active ingredient in the chemical
mixtures, an indication of the expected mode of use of the product, chemical
or chemical mixture method of determining proposed additives and impurities including
product interactions and decay, on foreign | || documentation on whether the product proposed substance, chemical substance or mixture of chemical
were permitted in other states and for what use, data on the toxicity of the proposed
drugs, chemicals or chemical mixtures instructions

Product use, chemicals or chemical mixtures, as well as in terms of
request pursuant to paragraph 5. b) a detailed description of the technology
water treatment, an indication of the maximum proposed application rate
chemicals or chemical mixtures, proof of health safety of treated water during
long-term enjoyment of a method for checking the functioning and efficiency of the technology
during normal operations.

(7) The competent public health protection authority shall issue an authorization under paragraph 5
if the applicant proves that there is no negative impact on the quality
drinking or hot water.

(8) persons referred to in § 3 para. 2, in treatment of raw water
^ 6a) using only water supply technology
modified implementing regulation, and chemicals and chemical mixtures prepared by the implementing regulation
or authorized under paragraph 5. b).

(9) At the request of the person referred to in § 3 para. 2 the competent authority
protection of public health shall decide on the admissibility of the water supply technology
not addressed in the implementing regulations. The application must
addition to the requirements laid down by administrative regulations include the designation of the type of technology
or its trade name, description and purpose of the technology
justify its use, instruction manual, a detailed description of the technology
including water treatment equipment used and the exact composition of chemical
substances and chemical mixtures, when added to water part
technology, proof that the used equipment, chemicals and chemical mixtures
meet the requirements laid implementing regulation, data
changes in the quality of treated water, and microbiological, chemical and physical
including side and decomposition products occurring as a result of the application
proposed technology, evidence that they met
hygiene standards set for drinking water quality, control methods || | functionality and efficiency of the technology during normal operations, evidence
medical safety of treated water during its long-term enjoyment
if it is a technology that assumes the change
physical properties of water or the input of chemicals not regulated by the implementing || | regulation in the water and available foreign documentation on whether
and under what conditions the technology has allowed for drinking water
other states. The competent public health protection authority to use
Water Technologies shall issue a permit if the applicant proves that
water technology leads to respecting the quality of drinking water and will not
its negative influence.

(10) Persons producing hot water (§ 3 para. 3) may modify this at
water use only chemicals and chemical mixtures prepared
implementing regulation or permitted pursuant to paragraph 5. b).

(11) The collection, abstraction, transport, treatment, distribution, collection and measurement
crude supplies, drinking water and hot water and for similar purposes may
persons mentioned in § 3 para. 2 and 3 and subscribers ^ 6a) use only products that
meet hygiene requirements under paragraphs 1 to 3 or
were authorized under paragraph 7.

Natural and artificial swimming pools and saunas

§ 6
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(1) In this Act means

A) a natural swimming pool construction allowed for the purpose of bathing or swimming tank to
where the bathing water varied in a controlled inflow and outflow
drinking water or continuous inflow and outflow
chemically untreated groundwater or surface water ^ 8a), or building allowed for the purpose of bathing
equipped with a system of natural water purification process to
bathing (hereinafter "bathing building") or surface water-8a) in
which offers a service operator swimming ,

B) an artificial swimming pool, bath pool,
infants and toddlers wading pool.

(2) The swimming under paragraph 1 shall not be
spa and therapeutic pools and water used for medicinal purposes.

§ 6a

(1) A natural or artificial swimming pool or sauna
is obliged to ensure that bathers individuals not exposed
health risks from pollution of water for bathing, showering
or cooling. Operator means a person who provides
sauna or swimming in natural or artificial pool.
To fulfill obligations under the first sentence, the operator

A) artificial swimming pool or sauna shall ensure that bathing water,

Showering or cooling suit
hygienic limits for microbiological, physical and chemical indicators of quality

B) the natural swimming pool is obliged to monitor the quality of water for bathing or showering
providing laboratory control pollution indicators
pursuant to paragraph 3. a) and c) implementation of visual pollution control
bathing waters macroscopic algae or waste and pollution assessment
bathing waters in terms of possible health effects
bathers individuals; a similar obligation has
regional hygiene station in surface waters, bathing list referred to in paragraph 6 g
§. 1 point. a) does not have this obligation
operator or person referred to in § 6d.

(2) The obligation under paragraph 1. a) or b) in providing water for showering
operator of natural or artificial swimming pool or sauna
no, if the water comes to showering procedure under § 3 para. 3rd

(3) Pollution of water for bathing or cooling means

A) exceeding the hygienic limit microbiological quality indicators
water to swim in or exceeded hygienic limit
physical indicators of bathing water in the tank for bathing or
in construction allowed for the purpose of swimming equipped with the natural way
water purification,

B) exceeded hygienic limit microbiological, physical and chemical indicators
bathing water quality in the artificial pool or in the sauna
cooling,

C) limit value indicators proliferation of cyanobacteria in the water
to swim in; cyanobacterial proliferation
means an accumulation of cyanobacteria in the form of a bloom, mat or scum, or

D) the occurrence of waste or macro-algae to the extent that affects
bathing water quality in natural swimming pool and poses a risk to bathers' health
individuals.

(4) Contamination of water for showering will be assessed under hygienic limits
indicators of the quality of bathing water in case of natural or artificial
swimming pool or in the health indicators of water for cooling
case a sauna.

(5) exposure limits indicators of the quality of bathing water in artificial
swimming pool and sauna in cooling down the limit values ​​or
maximum limit values. The limit is the value whose exceeding
signals the failure of any indicators or hygiene requirement
which can lead to danger to bathers' health individuals.
The maximum limit is the value above which are endangered
bathers' health.

(6) Limit maximum and minimum values ​​of microbiological, physical and chemical parameters
bathing water quality in the artificial pool and sauna
cooling, hygienic limits for microbiological and physical
indicators of water quality in natural swimming pool,
indicators and limit values ​​for proliferation of cyanobacteria, the rules on monitoring of cyanobacteria rules
visual control of water pollution and water quality monitoring rules
in natural swimming pool, the rules for the assessment, evaluation and classification and
way the terms and scope of information to the public
natural swimming adjust the implementing legislation.

§ 6b

(1) If the water pollution of bathing or showering, a natural swimming
operator is obliged to inform the public
fact, during the entire duration of the contamination. Information
must be placed on all the ticket offices at the entrance to the swimming pool, and if there are
, near the swimming pool in a visible place, it must be easily legible
in indelible form and shall contain data other than || | concerning water pollution. If the limit value
indicators proliferation of cyanobacteria in the water to swim in,
operator shall conduct further supplementary immediately
chemical and organoleptic tests, the quality of bathing water to the extent determined
implementing regulation.

(2) The artificial swimming pool or sauna is required in case
limit is exceeded indicators of water quality for bathing, showering or cooling
to check compliance with the requirements stipulated by this law to undertake
artificial swimming pool or sauna.
If you exceed the limit indicators of water quality for bathing, showering
or cooling is required to operate or detachable part

Operation of artificial swimming pool or sauna until removal of defects
stop.

(3) The artificial swimming pool or sauna is obliged to stop the operation
artificial swimming pool or sauna, or parts thereof, for the duration
water pollution inform the public; for the design and location information
paragraph 1 shall apply mutatis mutandis second sentence.

(4) Water pollution in natural or artificial pool or sauna,
which led to the procedure under paragraph 1, the first sentence or paragraph 3,
operator shall immediately inform the competent authority
protection of public health. The notification shall set apart filing requirements set
administrative regulations reason for the procedure under paragraph 1, the first sentence or paragraph 3
adopted measures and expected duration.

§ 6c

(1) A natural or artificial swimming pool or sauna is also obliged


A) ensure that the holder of an accreditation certificate issued under the Act on
technical requirements for products ^ 8), the holder of a certificate of good laboratory practice
issued under the Water Act-8a) or the holder of the authorization issued
under this Act (§ 83c) water sampling to
bathing, showering or cooling, including additional and supplementary
samples and laboratory testing by implementing legal
regulation and monitoring by the calendar (§ 82a) goes if water quality
bathing in natural swimming pool on the surface waters where swimming
offers a service operator in accordance with § 6a, or surface waters used for bathing
according to § 6d; in terms of water for showering,
operator has the obligation, if water is supplied according to the procedure §
3 paragraph. 3,

B) ensure that the person referred to in subparagraph a) issuance of the report on the outcome
laboratory water quality control in electronic form,

C) keep a log of the results of laboratory quality control of water
period of 5 years from the date of its execution,

D) transmit electronically report on the results of laboratory water quality control
competent authority to protect public health,

E) meet the hygiene requirements for breakdowns, equipment and operation
natural or artificial swimming pool or sauna,

F) develop operational rules, stating the business name or a
seat, if it is a legal entity, or name and registered office, if
of a natural person, identification number, if assigned,
location of natural or artificial swimming pool or sauna,
method of providing water for showering, water treatment method bathing, showering
or cooling, if water is treated, description of the sampling sites
water, handling of linen, if the consumer lending
within the service, a way of cleansing the environment, and in the case of artificial swimming pools and saunas
method of checking compliance with the fundamental principles of hygienic behavior
visitors

G) submit for approval a draft operational rules by the letter f) and
changes to the competent authority to protect public health.

(2) methods, rules, frequency, timing and extent of laboratory testing
water for bathing, showering or cooling periods handover
about the outcome of laboratory testing water quality requirements, forms and data interface
electronic protocol pursuant to paragraph 1. b)
hygiene requirements on the structure, equipment and operation of natural or artificial
swimming pool or sauna adjust the implementing legislation.

§ 6d

Person who under the Trade Act ^ 60)
buildings or facilities that are on land used for bathing
individuals in connection with surface waters,

A) operates sports and athletic facilities or equipment used for regeneration
or recondition

B) provides physical education or sports services, or

C) operates a catering activity, within which are provided
accommodation services or accommodation services in youth hostels,
camps, instant settlements or similar accommodation establishments,
and offer their services to consumers, or advertising expressly provides
swimming or use of these surface waters has
obligations set out in § 6a sect. 1 point. b) § 6b paragraph. 1 and § 6c paragraph. 1 point. a)
d).

§ 6e

Competent public health protection authority to authorize the use of other methods of laboratory testing
water than in the implementing legislation, if

Applicant proves that the results obtained are equivalent
results obtained using the methods and rules of their use
set in the implementing legislation. Way to demonstrate the equivalence of methods and rules
in the implementing legislation.

§ 6f

(1) The artificial swimming pool or sauna is also obliged

A) in selecting the source of water to assess its strength, quality, the possibility of his
adjustments and perform laboratory analyzes of water resources

B) water for bathing, showering or cooling disinfect
edit, varied and hygiene conditions at
recirculation system, its facilities and intensity recirculation

C) check the operation of water treatment including disinfection equipment and
carry out checking of the quality of bathing water

D) comply with the hygiene requirements for material properties equipment
artificial swimming pool or sauna, features equipment that come into contact with water
bathing, maintenance and storage, and in the case of traffic
pool for infants and toddlers, as well as hygiene requirements for clothing
infants and toddlers in bathing

E) monitoring bathing water quality indicators in the determined
on the spot and characterize operational efficiency and load pool
disinfection and to check the water temperature in the pool and on the basis
adhere to the requirements that the temperature-related,

F) indicate the data on the measured temperature of the bathing water and air temperature
artificial pool and publish it in a visible place in the area to
swimming

G) observe hygienic requirements for microclimate of artificial
pools or saunas and their measurement,

H) keep running diary and records of the results of sampling and measurement
made pursuant to subparagraphs c), e) and g) and keep them for a period of 1 year.

(2) If the operator is in the water for bathing, showering or cooling
occurrence of substances not listed in the implementing regulation, which
may affect public health, is obliged to submit an application for a permit and determination
the conditions of its occurrence or traffic
artificial swimming pool or sauna, or their parts to stop. The request shall
substance and its quantity or concentration in water, hygienic proposal to limit
evaluation of health risks of this substance and its limit and
manner, extent and frequency of checking compliance with the proposed hygienic
limit. The competent authority to protect public health occurrence substances
permit decision if the proposed concentration or amount
does not endanger public health. If the applicant is issued a permit is required to operate
artificial swimming pool or sauna halt. If the competent authority
public health protection on the basis of new knowledge and information
substance or its concentration affects public health, authorization of
ex officio amend or withdraw it.

(3) Hygienic requirements on coverage, quality, preparation and laboratory analysis
source of water for artificial swimming pools and saunas, disinfection, treatment, and temperature variation
bathing water, hygienic requirements recirculation system
, its facilities and the intensity of the recirculation properties aids and materials
equipment artificial swimming pools and saunas, maintenance and
store, clothing infants and toddlers in bathing, climatic conditions
artificial swimming pools and saunas and their measurement is adjusted | || implementing legislation. The method and extent of control the water quality
bathing essentials logbook and the extent
records of the results of inspections and measurements in an operating journal adjusted
implementing legal regulation.

§ 6 g

(1) The Ministry of Health each year to 31 March
assembled in cooperation with the Ministry of Environment and the Ministry of Agriculture
list, stating

A) natural pools on surface waters, which offers a service
bathing operator under § 6a, surface water used for bathing
according to § 6d and other surface waters, where it can be expected that they will be in | || bathe a large number of individuals and not for them
issued by a competent authority to protect public health permanent bathing prohibition (hereinafter referred to as "another
surface bathing water"); Natural swimming in surface waters
which offers a service operator swimming under § 6a
surface water used for bathing under § 6d in this section will move
only if it can be expected, that will bathe in them big

Number of individuals and not to have been issued by the competent authority
protection of public health permanent bathing prohibition or permanent advice against bathing
; a large number of individuals are assessed with regard to density
settlements, infrastructure, local significance bathing place and measures taken to support
swimming

B) a natural pool of local importance in surface waters, which offers a service
bathing operator under § 6a or used
bathing under § 6d for which it was issued by a competent authority
protection of public health permanent ban swimming

C) the bathing season.

(2) the bathing season in each natural swimming
usually means the period from 30 May to 1 September or the period during which you can
expect a large number of bathers individuals.

(3) The list referred to in paragraph 1 shall make available to the Ministry of Health
period of 10 calendar days upon its official board and official boards
regional health authorities and the regional offices of the public for comments
; per day, which starts to run from this period is considered
day on which the list was posted at the latest. List
modified on the basis of evaluation applied publish comments
Ministry of Health on the notice board at its headquarters on official boards in
seat of the regional health authorities and Public Administration Portal.
Ministry of Environment will present a list of bathing waters
according to paragraph 1. a) annually before the start of the bathing season
European Commission, stating the reasons for the changes, if they occurred
compared to the previous year.

(4) The Ministry of Environment in collaboration with the Ministry of Health
also submit to the European Commission by 31 December
calendar year for the preceding bathing season
report on the results of monitoring and assessment of surface water quality specified in the list | || pursuant to paragraph 1. a) along with information on the suspension of the monitoring calendar
and the reasons and describing significant
measures in accordance with this Act and the Water Act ^ 8a)
taken by the competent administrative authorities to control the quality of bathing water.

(5) The Ministry of Health also inform the European Commission about
permit under § 6e to perform microbiological analysis of water for bathing
list referred to in paragraph 1 point. a)
including assessment of equivalence methods and rules laid down by the implementing legal regulation
.
Section 2


Conditions for education and recovery of children and adolescents
conditions of the internal environment of the building and sanitary requirements
outdoor playing area for children's games

§ 7

Hygiene requirements for premises and operation of schools and educational institutions,
social education activities, facilities for children requiring immediate assistance
, childcare services in a group of children and trades
designed to care children

(1) Schools and school facilities ^ 9) registered in the Register of Schools ^ 10), with the exception
facilities for further education of teachers,
school advisory facilities and school canteens, and equipment
social and educational activities and facilities for children requiring immediate assistance
^ 10a) (hereinafter "facilities for training and education")
are obliged to ensure that they meet the hygiene requirements laid
implementing regulation on the spatial conditions, equipment, operation,
lighting, heating, climatic conditions, water supply, cleaning and waste
linen. Obligation stated in the first sentence has
person engaged in a trade of business, the goal of which is to care for children under 3 years of age or
education, teaching or extracurricular education for children over 3 years of age
pre-school, private school or equipment designed
training, not included in the register of schools and school
equipment and service provider of child care in the children's group if
is a group of more than 12 children's children.

(2) mode of taking into account age and physical distinctions
children and adolescents, conditions of physical education and toughening conditions
training and teaching practices, including drinking regime catering
mode adjusts the facility for training and training in working order.

(3) To prevent the occurrence and spread of infectious diseases is a device for

Education and training required to ensure separation of the child or young person
who show signs of acute illness from other children and adolescents
and provide for them, supervising adult individuals.

§ 7a

Food business operator is not at school or school
facilities registered in the Register of Schools ^ 89) offer for sale or sell food
^ 90), which are inconsistent with dietary requirements
healthy nutrition of children, pupils and students. Requirements for food that
match the nutritional requirements of healthy nutrition of children, pupils and students
and can be offered for sale and sold in schools and educational establishments
provides another legal regulation on requirements for foods for | || advertising which is permitted and which can be offered for sale and sold in
schools and school facilities.

§ 8
Recovery actions


(1) recreational activities is organized stay 30 or more children under the age of 15 years
longer than five days, the purpose of which is to strengthen children's health,
increase their physical fitness, or even acquire specific knowledge
or skills.

(2) A person who has adopted children to recovery action (hereinafter "the organizing
Person") is obligated to provide its location, water supply and
disposal of garbage and sewage in accordance with hygiene
requirements governed by the implementing legislation.
Organizing entity is also obliged to comply with the hygiene requirements for spatial and functional division
buildings and facilities, equipment and lighting, accommodation,
cleaning, catering and day mode, which adjusts the implementing legislation.
Implementing legislation stipulates that food must not organizing
person to serve recreational activities or use for food preparation, unless the conditions are met
covered by the implementing legislation.

(3) The organizing entity is required one month before the recovery
events notified to the competent public health authorities

A) date and place of the meeting,

B) the number of children participating in recreational activities,

C) the security of drinking water and

D) the manner of providing meals subscribers recreational events.

(4) As part of the notification pursuant to paragraph 3, the person organizing the event
that drinking water is not secured by the persons mentioned in § 3.
2 protocol on reduction analysis of drinking water quality.
Extent of an abridged analysis of the quality of drinking water in the implementing legislation.
Protocol must not be older than 3 months.

§ 9

Conditions for participation of children in school in nature and recreational activities

(1) The school may at outdoor school to send only child who

A) is medically fit to participate in it and underwent set
regular vaccination or a document that is immune against infection or that
can not undergo vaccination for permanent contraindication

B) signs of acute illness (eg fever or diarrhea), and

C) in 14 calendar days before leaving for school trips
not come into contact with an individual sick or infectious disease
suspected of being infected or not he ordered quarantine measures.

(2) The organizing entity may also recreational activities to adopt a child who
meets the requirements set out in paragraph 1

(3) Medical fitness of the child to participate in school trips or recreational event
examine and report issues registering
provider of health services in practical medicine for children and adolescents ^ 11).
The medical service provider in the report also indicate whether the child is undergoing
established regular vaccination or a document that is immune against infection
or she can not undergo vaccination for permanent
contraindication. Pattern opinion adjust the implementing legislation.
Opinion on medical fitness of the child shall be valid for one year from date of issue
if during that time there was no change
medical eligibility child. The facts stated in paragraph 1. b) c)
confirmed in a statement the legal guardian of the child ^ 12)
or natural person who is for the child's legal representative authorized in writing;
This certificate may not be older than one day.
Opinion on the medical eligibility of a child and a written statement from the legal representative or
natural person who is on the child's legal representative authorized in writing

Organizing person or the sending school for the purposes of § 11 para. 1
point. b) e).

(4) A school that sends children to school in nature, is obliged to report
competent public health authorities one month before the commencement
data in the scope pursuant to § 8. 3 and to provide the evidence || | pursuant to § 8. 4th

§ 10

Conditions for participation of individuals employed by the school in nature and recovery action


(1) Natural persons active in schools in nature or recreational event as
surveillance or paramedic must be medically fit this activity.

(2) medical fitness report assesses and publishes registering
provider of health services in general practice medicine
^ 11) This opinion is valid for 2 years from date of issue, unless
during this time there was no change medical individuals.
Report on fitness transmit natural persons employed by the school
in nature or recreational activities, with the exception of teachers ^ 13) and
health workers ^ 14) sending school or organizing
person for the purposes of § 11 paragraph. 1 point. b) e).

(3) Natural persons employed in the food must meet the requirements
required for the performance of activities epidemiologically important (in § 19 para. 2 and Article
. 3 first sentence). When examining the knowledge necessary to protect
public health, the competent public health protection authority
according to § 19 paragraph. 3rd

§ 11

Obligation to school that sends children to school in nature, and organizing people


1) The school, which sends children to school in nature, and the organizing entity is required to ensure


A) basic health care for all participants for the duration of recovery
events or school trips, checking compliance with hygiene requirements
established by this Act and the implementing regulation and control
principles of personal hygiene natural persons listed
in § 10 paragraph. 3 competent natural person (healthcare professional); as eligible for
purposes of this Act, a natural person qualified to
medical profession of doctor, dentist, general
nurses, midwives, paramedics or
medical assistant, a natural person, who completed a course in first aid
focusing on medical activities at the school in nature or
recovery action, and student of general medicine or dental medicine
after successful completion of the third year; filling first course
help adjust the implementing legislation

B) participation only to natural persons who fulfill the conditions set out in § 10;
Medic participation in monitoring the health cards of individuals
listed in § 10 paragraph. 3, on receipt of reports and statements in accordance with § 9
paragraph. 3 and § 10 paragraph. 2, in the compilation diet and daily regime;
Medic availability 24 hours a day throughout the duration of
recreational events or school trips; an extract of opinions on medical
(§ 9 par. 3 and § 10 paragraph. 2) clinician;
medic in a statement shall report conclusions and the provider of health services
report issued

C) recovery opinions on fitness after school trips or recreational events
legal guardians of children and individuals active
at school in nature or recreational event

D) equipment kits for school trips or recreational event
according to the type of action; minimum content of first aid kits for schools and recreational
action modifies the implementing legislation

E) maintaining medical journal and list of participants, according to a statement §
9, paragraph. 3 sentence of the fifth, extracts from the reports on the fitness of children and
individuals employed at a school in nature or recreational event and
subsequent storage of these documents for a period of 6 months from the end of the school
in nature or recreational events,

F) inform the person who has the care of the child to health problems, which
child during school trips or recreational events experienced, and
about possible contact with the infection.

(2) The organizing entity is also obliged to ensure that all briefing
individuals active in recreational activities, with the exception of health care professional about
hygienic requirements for such actions and to prevent the emergence and spread of infectious diseases
and other damage health
including basic first aid, if such instruction has yet to appear.


§ 11a

The recovery action is regarded as educational and recreational camp for children
, 10a ^), even if it is involved juveniles.
In organizing educational and recreational camps are subject to conditions provided for organizing
recreational activities in § 8 to 11 Obligations of organizing people perform
authorized person who set up camp, ^ 10a).

§ 12

Other similar events for children

When children stay organized in a number smaller or shorter time than
provides § 8. 1, with the exception of events for children in the ratio
family and similarly, the person who organizes the event, ensuring hygienically
harmless condition of equipment, provision of drinking water in the event
extent determined by the implementing legislation for recreational events and participation
only individuals who meet the conditions set out in § 10 paragraph. 1
third

§ 13

Internal building environment and hygiene requirements for outdoor playing surfaces


(1) Users construction equipment for training and education, universities, schools
nature, buildings for recreational events, buildings
medical facilities, social services, accommodation facilities, buildings for trade and
gathering more people are required to ensure that the internal environment
residential rooms-15) in such buildings
match hygienic limits of chemical, physical and biological
indicators covered by implementing legislation. This does not affect the obligation
owner of the building under special laws
keep the building in good condition,. ^ 16)

(2) The outdoor play area designed for children to play
is obliged to ensure that the sand used for games of children in the sandbox was
microbiologically and chemically contaminated and infestations of hygienic limits
modified implementing regulation. Operating conditions such
playing area with sandpit, maintenance mode and means of ensuring hygiene limits set
operator adjusts the operating rules.

§ 14

Exceptions to the hygiene requirements provided for in § 7 para. 1, it is possible
permit only if they do not compromise the protection of public health. About
exemption shall decide on the request of the competent authority
protection of public health.
Section 3


Hygiene requirements for the operation of medical facilities and some social service facilities


§ 15

(1) The provider of health services or social services provider
in weekly care centers, homes for people with disabilities
retirement home or a home with special regime, (hereinafter "the person providing care
" ) are required to take hygienic and anti-epidemic
measures to prevent the spread of infection associated with health care
. Infections associated with health care means
illness or pathologies related to the presence of an infectious agent
or its products in association with residence or carried
person providing care in a medical facility in the weekly ward
, a home for people with disabilities, homes for the elderly
or in special homes, in appropriate incubation period.

(2) A person providing care shall establish measures pursuant to paragraph 1
in working order. Health service providers, which include
is a home for children under 3 years of age are required in the operating rules
adjusted mode of taking into account age and physical traits of children and
eating regime. Draft operational rules and change the operating rules
approves the decision of the competent authority to protect public health. For
health service providers by the competent authority to protect public health
decision shall specify for what form or type of health care
, majoring in health care and provision of the service order is issued, or name
health services for which the operating rules published.

(3) The provider of health care services providing acute, or subsequent
long-term inpatient care is obliged to cooperate
authority to protect public health, which made him study conducted
prevalence of infections associated with health care [§ 82 . 2 point. with)].

§ 16

(1) A person providing care in the incidence of infection associated with health care
suspected or its incidence is obliged to immediately determine its
causes and sources, the originator of the transmission method and implement appropriate

Infection control measures to prevent its further spread.

(2) A person providing care is also obliged to notify the competent authority
public health cases associated infections
health care, in the case of mass occurrence, severe injury or death of a patient
; the method and content of reports shall be laid down
regulation.

§ 17

(1) A person providing care is required to comply with the hygiene requirements for
income individuals to a medical facility or equipment
social services referred to in § 15 para. 1, their care,
water supply, cleaning and power and control disinfection, sterilization and disinfection
higher degree modified implementing regulation.

(2) Disinfection is a set of measures for the disposal of microorganisms
by physical, chemical or combined procedures have
interrupt the infection route from source to sensitive natural person.

(3) higher degree of disinfection are measures that provide
killing bacteria, viruses, fungi and certain bacterial spores
do not guarantee killing of other microorganisms (eg
highly resistant spores) and development stages of health
major worms and their eggs.

(4) Sterilization is a process which leads to the killing of all microorganisms
capable of reproduction, including spores, to irreversible inactivation of viruses and killing
disabled important worms and eggs.

(5) to perform sterilization and its result is the person providing the care
obliged to keep records within the scope regulated by the implementing regulation.
Another way to sterilize a person providing care to use only
approval of the competent authority to protect public health.
The request for authorization the person providing the care and sterilization method
proof of its effectiveness.

§ 18

(1) A person providing care for a person operating a laundry service are required
medical linen-17a) from the medical facility or facilities
social services referred to in § 15 para. 1 store depending on the nature
pollution, transport, wash him and treat him accordingly adjusted
implementing regulation. The person operating the laundry room, in which medical
washes linen-17a) from a health facility or institution
social care is required to furnish this laundry manner laid
implementing regulation.

(2) A person providing care is required in a medical facility and
social service facilities referred to in § 15 para. 1 using water that has
quality of drinking water if the type of care required or
does not allow the use of other water quality. To use a different water quality, unless
of hot water under § 3 para. 3 shall require authorization by the competent authority
public health. The request caregivers indicate
microbiological, biological, physical, chemical and organoleptic indicators
water, their values ​​and way of ensuring respect for values ​​
these indicators with regard to the way water use.

(3) For the operation of the pool or sauna as part of medical rehabilitation
care or spa treatment rehabilitation care provided by the person providing the care
apply § 6a § 6b paragraph. 2 and § 6c paragraph. 1 point. a)
d) if they provide hygienic requirements for artificial swimming pool or sauna
similarly. This does not apply if the person referred to in the first sentence brings
into the pool water from a natural source of healing. When using water from
natural source of healing the person mentioned in the first sentence
ensure compliance with the hygiene limits for microbiological, physical and chemical
quality indicators set by the implementing legislation;
Quality control of this water shall apply § 6c paragraph. 1 point. a) to d)
analogy.
Section 4


Hygiene requirements for the performance of activities epidemiologically and accommodation services


§ 19

Requirements for performance of epidemiologically

(1) The activity is considered epidemiologically serious operation
catering services (§ 23), food production, ^ 18)
putting food into circulation ^ 18) the manufacture of cosmetics, operation of water treatment plants and || | waterpipes ^ 6), running a barber shop, beauty salon, pedicure, manicure,
tanning salons, beauty, massage, regeneration and reconditioning
services, business operation, during which it violated the integrity of the skin.


(2) Individuals coming in work activities in
catering services (§ 23) in food production or marketing of foodstuffs on the market
^ 18) into direct contact with food, dishes
device utensils or surfaces that are in contact with food or food
, individuals arriving at the work in
treatment plants and in the operation of water-6a) in direct contact with water and
individuals coming in work activities
other activities referred to in paragraph 1 into direct contact with cosmetic products or ingredients
their body consumers (hereinafter "
natural persons performing activities epidemiologically serious") must have a health certificate
and knowledge necessary to protect public health.
Medical certificate before commencing operations in the first sentence issued by the registering
provider of health services in general practice or in the field
practitioner for children and adolescents ^ 11) or a provider of services of occupational
^ 61). Issue of medical certificate does not replace
initial medical preventive checkup.

(3) The knowledge required to protect public health in accordance with paragraph 2
adjust the implementing legislation. This knowledge is for individuals
performing activities epidemiologically serious entitled to the exercise
public health surveillance to verify the competent authority to protect public health
. If the decision by the public health authorities
natural person has the knowledge, he can not carry out activities epidemiologically serious,
and until passing an examination before a commission established by the competent authority
public health. The competent authority to protect public health
shall enable the natural person taking the examination within 15
calendar days from the day the request was for individual examination
delivered. Composition of the Commission, the specimen certificate of successful completion
tests and the conditions of the test is adjusted implementing legislation.

§ 20

Obligations natural persons performing activities epidemiologically serious

Natural person performing activities epidemiologically serious is obliged

A) submit to the cases covered by implementing legislation or
decision of a competent public health body
medical examinations and examinations which makes registering
health services provider or the provider of occupational services ^ 11) || | stipulated by the law on specific health services ^ 61)

B) to inform healthcare providers under a)
about the type and nature of their work

C) carry a medical card and invited him to submit to the authority of protection
public health

D) apply for the work skills necessary to protect public health and
observe the principles of personal and operational hygiene
to the extent provided in the implementing regulation.

§ 21

Operating conditions epidemiologically

(1) A person carrying epidemiologically serious action is required

A) to observe the principles of hygiene adjusted operating
implementing legal regulation-19a) as well as the principles of personal hygiene
modified implementing regulation, 19a ^) if it participates in the activities referred to in
§ 19 paragraph . 2 first sentence,

B) ensuring that the knowledge and principles of personal and operational hygiene
according to § 20 point. d) employees and cooperating family members and


C) ensure that the performance of activities epidemiologically
avoid danger or injury to individuals or other infectious diseases
.

(2) The performance of activities epidemiologically important is a person who is
operates obliged to use only potable water, unless a special legal regulation stipulates otherwise
or type of activity does not need or can not use
other water quality. To use a different water quality, unless the hot water
under § 3 para. 3 shall require authorization by the competent authority
protection of public health. Those operating in epidemiologically serious
application for authorization to use such water shall microbiological,
biological, physical, organoleptic and chemical indicators of water
their values ​​and way of ensuring respect for the values ​​of these indicators with regard
the manner of use of water. Beauty products used for the performance

Epidemiologically important activities must meet the requirements laid
directly applicable regulation in the European Union.

(3) A person operating a barber, hairdresser, manicure, pedicure,
cosmetic, massage, recovery and reconditioning services and activities, while
which violated the integrity of the skin, is obliged to provide first aid medical kit equipped
according to the nature of the service and develop
operating procedure. The operating rules of the state operating conditions, the use of machines,
instruments and other devices, the principles of prevention
infectious and other diseases, which could be improperly granted
service, including terms disinfection and sterilization, the principles of personal | || staff hygiene and consumer health protection, treatment of
linens and environmental cleanup facility.

(4) The code referred to in paragraph 3 and amendments thereto shall submit
person referred to in paragraph 3 prior to their approval by the competent authority
protection of public health. The approved operating rules be posted at the start of the
establishment. Operating Regulations of the person referred to in paragraph 3 is required to change
always changing conditions for performing epidemiologically important.

§ 21a
Accommodation


Person providing accommodation in hotels within her
run hostelry trade and the person providing accommodation
trade services ^ 8b), with the exception of persons providing accommodation in residential buildings,
in houses and buildings for individual recreation
are obliged to draw up operational rules. The operating rules indicate the terms
activity, the principles of prevention of infectious and other diseases
way of dealing with the laundry and the way environmental cleanup accommodation.
If accommodation establishments in the first sentence of
a period longer than two months in a period of six consecutive months, indicating
person mentioned in the first sentence in running order as the number and surface of accommodation units
including the highest number of accommodated
natural persons equipped accommodation units toilet, showers and
space for cooking or heating food, heating method
accommodation units and indoor air temperature in the heating season, as well as how
ensuring flowing drinking water and hot water in the accommodation units.
Operating Procedure and amendments thereto shall submit prior to their approval by the competent authority
public health. Operating Procedure is obliged to change
always changing conditions for the provision of services.

§ 22

Ban on performance

Person operating cosmetic, massage, recovery and reconditioning
service, hairdresser, barber, pedicure, manicure, solarium and activities
at which violated the integrity of the skin, can not perform procedures on sick skin
manipulation with scars and birthmarks, performances mucous membranes,
ocular conjunctiva and cornea.

Other conditions of the restaurant business

§ 23

(1) Boarding manufacture, preparation or distribution of food
food business operator in order to make them in the context of trade
catering activity ^ 20), in the school cafeteria ^ 21), the Refectory, the
group of children ^ 75) in the diet of persons performing active military service
, individuals in custody, imprisonment and security detention
, within health and social services, including
spa treatment rehabilitation care when eating employees
providing snacks and meals to feed as part
accommodation services and tourism services.

(2) dishes the food, including beverages, kitchen
treated with cold or hot route or treated so that it can be directly or after heating
made for consumption within the food service.

(3) catering services, a person who operates it, providing only
a facility that meets the hygienic requirements on location,
building design, spatial layout and arrangement
supply water, heating, lighting , sewage disposal, ventilation and equipment
modified directly applicable regulations of the European Union in the field
food law.

(4) The food business operator operating a catering service
shall ensure that a natural person with disabilities
was allowed to enter the premises of eating in the company of a guide or

Assistance dog. A natural person with a disability is obliged to request
food business operator operating
catering service, its employees or other individuals who performs the operation
premises for this operator to provide proof of training
dog.

(5) The food business operator operating a catering service
is required no later than the day of its opening
writing to the competent public health authorities on the opening day of activity, its subject and
size and location of establishments, a significant change in
subject or scope of activity later in the day for this change, as well as day shutdown
catering services. Legal entity in the notice shall also state
business name, registered office and legal form; natural person authorized to conduct business under special legislation
business name and address.

§ 24

(1) The food business operator operating a catering service is also obliged


A) to produce and prepare meals using only materials, raw materials, semi
and foods that meet the requirements of special legal regulations
^ 23) or under the laws issued decision
public health body ; materials, raw materials, semi-finished and
foods should be stored under conditions determined by special legal
regulations

B) comply with the conditions laid down by the implementing legislation for the production
preparation, distribution, transportation, labeling, storage and marketing of food to
circulation

C) ensure that served meals have appropriate sensory properties
and meet the nutritional demands by consumer groups for which they are intended
,

D) followed for the collection and storage of samples of dishes procedure laid
implementing regulation,

E) ensure compliance with the ban on smoking within the range specified by a special legal regulation
^ 27).

(2) The food business operator operating a catering service
which used to manufacture or prepare food wild edible mushrooms
from his own collection, must have a certificate proving knowledge hub by
special legal regulations 27a) or under the terms of these special
legislation to appoint a representative who has a certificate proving
knowledge hub.
SECTION 5


Hygiene requirements for items of common use

§ 25

Definition of commonly used

Objects of common use for the purposes of this Act mean

) Materials and articles intended to come into contact with food prepared
directly applicable EU regulation on materials and articles intended to come into contact with
food-27b)

B) cosmetic products covered by the directly applicable regulation
European Union on cosmetic products ^ 63) and

C) products for children under the age of 3 years, with the exception of those listed in
a) and b), toys and food.

§ 26

Obligations of the manufacturer, importer, seller and distributor of objects of common use


(1) A manufacturer or importer of objects of common use specified in § 25 paragraph
. Point 1. a) and c) is required if a directly applicable regulation
European Union provides otherwise, to ensure that it manufactured or imported
objects of common use have been placed on the market safe-26a) in particular to


A) under normal or foreseeable conditions commonly
not cause injury to individuals or to adversely affect the food or food
,

B) comply with the implementing legislation provided
hygienic requirements for their composition, properties and microbiological purity;
Hygienic requirements for the composition and properties of products and materials
specified in § 25 point. a) and c) the producer or importer is obliged
tested and evaluated with the terms stipulated by the
regulation and the implementation and results of specified tests and evaluation
keep documentation

C) have been packed if the character requires in safe-26a)
packaging

D) have been due to their nature and method of use marked and equipped
written statement and instructions for use, or operation and cleaning.
In marking the subject of common use must also specify the data covered
implementing regulation in a way that this regulation governs
. Range of commonly used equipment written statement

And instructions and requirements shall be provided in the implementing legislation.

(2) If a directly applicable regulation of the European Union provides otherwise, the importer
no obligation to test and evaluate the composition and characteristics of the products
listed in § 25 point. a) and c) and to keep the documentation referred to in paragraph 1
point. b) the obligation to furnish a subject of common use
written declaration under paragraph 1. d) subject to the following conditions:

A) the obligation to test and evaluate the composition and characteristics of the products, led by the
documentation and provide a written statement to the extent fulfilled by
this Act and the implementing legislation manufacturer abroad and

B) the importer shall ensure for control purposes at the request of the competent authority
protect public health, submission of test and evaluation
composition and properties of these products within scope and the language specified by the competent authority
public health and equip the specified products
verified Czech translation of the declaration pursuant to paragraph 1. d)
issued by the manufacturer abroad.

(3) Distributor ^ 4a) must not distribute the objects of common use
according to § 25 point. c) put on the market which do not comply with this Act
labeled and accompanied by a written statement, an instruction manual, or
operation and cleaning. If not the manufacturer or importer
current use referred to in § 25 point. a) and c) determine
responsible for fulfilling the obligations under paragraph 1 distributor-4a).
Distributor is obligated to the extent provided for by the implementing legislation to ensure
marking the subject of common use, which is wrapped in packaging intended
consumers and is packed at the point of sale at the request of the consumer.
Objects of common use with expired best before date is
vendor-29a) must place separately and clearly marked with the indication of
expiration of minimum durability; These products may be sold only
are safe-26a).

(4) Hygiene requirements referred to in paragraph 1 shall also apply to subjects
normal use specified in § 25 point. c) on the second hand.
These objects of common use do not apply the requirements referred to in paragraph 1
point. b) the passages of the semicolon and point. d). Only products that meet these requirements
seller can-29a) to sell to consumers.
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§ 27
Cosmetics


(1) Requirements for the construction, commissioning or delivery to the market of cosmetic products
determined directly applicable legislation of the European Union in the field of cosmetics
^ 63). The manufacturer, importer or distributor shall ensure that, when
available on the market were in the label of a cosmetic product information
according to the directly applicable EU-64)
given in Czech language.

(2) Cosmetic products which are not pre-packaged, are packaged
at the point of sale at the purchaser's request, or are pre-packaged for immediate sale
, marks seller information by
directly applicable regulations of the European Union cosmetic products ^ 63) on the outer
immediate packaging of cosmetic product or in the accompanying leaflet.

§ 28


Canceled
§ 28a


Canceled
§ 29


Canceled PART 6


Protection against noise, vibration and nonionizing radiation
Noise and vibration


§ 30

(1) A person who uses or operates machinery that
are a source of noise or vibrations, airport operator, ^ 31), manager, or the owner
roads ^ 32), the operator, or | || owner of the track-32a), a person who is an organizer of public music production
and can not determine the organizer, the person to hold public
music production provided the building, equipment or land and
by the operator and other objects whose operation causes noise
(hereinafter referred to as "noise or vibrations") are obliged technical, organizational
and other measures to ensure that noise does not exceed hygienic limits
modified implementing regulation for
protected outdoor space, sheltered interior spaces of buildings and sheltered outdoor spaces
buildings and to prevent the transmission of vibrations to overdeliver
individuals in the protected inner space of the building.
Compliance with the obligation to protect against noise from road traffic or railways
in protected outdoor space structures is also considered as meeting this

Obligations in the protected inner space of the building.

(2) noise means a sound that may be harmful to health and the hygiene limit
pollution in the implementing legislation.
Vibration is transmitted means the solid-body vibration on the human body, which can be
harmful to health and the hygiene limit laid down by a
regulation. Noise under the first sentence does not sound emitted by voice
manifestation of a natural person, unless it is part of a public music production in
building, vocal expression of the animal, the sound of music production
operated in the open air, the sound of acoustic
warning or a warning signal associated with security measures ^ 76), the sound emitted by
dressing surface water through water works serving for water use
sound work in direct connection with activities related to saving human life
, health or property, resolving incidents
preparation of solutions or actions or carrying out security
extraordinary military action ^ 76). For vibration under the second sentence shall not be
vibration caused by the overflow of surface water through the water used to work
water handling and vibration caused in direct connection with the activities
related to the rescue of human life, health or property solutions || | emergency preparation and implementation of solutions
security event or incident to military action ^ 76).

(3) Protected outdoor area means undeveloped land that
are used for recreation, health care and medical rehabilitation teaching, with the exception
forest and agricultural land-32b) and outdoor workplaces.
Protected outdoor area of ​​buildings is the space within 2 m
front part of the building envelope, significant in terms of penetration
noise outside the protected interior space of residential houses,
houses, buildings for preschool and school education and training,
buildings for health and social purposes, as well as functionally similar structures.
Protected interior space of buildings means a residential room ^ 77)
construction equipment for training and education, health and social purposes and
functionally similar projects and living room ^ 77) in all buildings.
Recreation for the purposes of the first sentence includes the use of the land on the basis
ownership, tenancy or podnájemního
rights associated with ownership of residential or house, the lease or sublease an apartment in
them. What is considered an important area in terms of noise penetration,
in the implementing legislation.

§ 31

(1) When in use, or sources of noise and vibration, with the exception
noise from air traffic can not be serious reasons hygienic
limits observed, a person source of noise or vibrations operate only
the permit issued on the request of the person competent authority
public health. Public health authorities limited
shall issue a permit if the person proves that the noise or vibration will
limited to reasonably achievable level. Reasonably achievable rate is
means the ratio between the cost of noise or anti-vibration measures and
their contribution to reducing noise and vibration burden individuals
determined with regard to the number of individuals exposed to overdeliver
noise or vibration. This authorization shall not be granted if its release
replaced by a process in a procedure on issuing an integrated permit pursuant
Act on integrated pollution prevention and control, the integrated
pollution register and amending some laws (Act on integrated
prevention).

(2) An application under paragraph 1 shall be in addition to the administrative formalities laid down
Regulations contain a description of the source of noise or vibration, noise levels measured in reference
checkpoints or at those points
calculated noise levels in protected areas referred to in § 30. 3 or
measured values ​​of vibration in protected indoor buildings, the estimate
number of individuals exposed to overdeliver noise or vibration
reason hygienic limit is exceeded, the design limit values ​​of noise or vibration
and duration of a permit, survey undertaken and proposed
noise and vibration measures
Framework timetable for their implementation, assessment of their effectiveness and facts proving restrictions
noise or vibration at a reasonably achievable level. reference control

Point is the location that was assessed by measurement or calculation
as the most affected by the noise source.

(3) When exceeding noise limits of air traffic at airports
providing annually more than 50,000 takeoffs or landings and
military airports, the airport operator is obliged to propose issuance
general measures in accordance with the Administrative Procedure
establishment of a protective noise zone. General measure to establish a noise protection zone issue
Civil Aviation Authority in agreement with the regional health
station or the Ministry of Defence, if it is a military airport.

(4) For residential buildings, houses, buildings for preschool and school
education and training, buildings for health and social purposes and
functionally similar structures located in the noise protection zone is the operator of the airport on
based on expert opinion drawn up at its expense
obliged to gradually carry out or arrange for a noise
measures to the extent that they are at least inside buildings
hygienic noise limits are respected. For buildings referred to in the first sentence, which would
according to expert opinion, noise measures
failing to ensure compliance with hygienic limits, the competent administrative authority to initiate proceedings
change in building use or for its removal.

§ 32


Canceled
§ 32a

Measurement of noise in the human environment under this Act may be carried out only by the holder
accreditation certificate-4a) or holder
authorization pursuant to § 83c.

§ 33

In the protected inner space of buildings must be installed
machinery and equipment of the fundamental frequency 4 to 8 Hz.
Person can install such a machine or device in the vicinity of residential buildings, houses,
buildings for pre-school and school education and to health and social
purposes, as well as functionally similar buildings only if based | || studies on the transmission of vibrations to the competent authority to protect public health
proves that there is no transfer of vibration to overdeliver individuals
in these buildings.

§ 34

(1) The implementing regulation also stipulates hygienic limits for noise and vibration
daytime and night time, their measurement and evaluation.

(2) Night time is for the purpose of checking compliance with the obligations
protection against noise and vibration means the period between 22.00 and 6.00 pm.
Non-ionizing radiation


§ 35

(1) Non-Ionizing Radiation For the purposes of this Act
electric and magnetic fields and electromagnetic radiation with a frequency in Hz 1,7.1015

(2) A person who uses or operates a machine or device
which is a source of non-ionizing radiation, including lasers (hereinafter "
source of non-ionizing radiation") is required

A) make technical and organizational measures to ensure that exposure
individuals within the scope regulated by the implementing legislation
do not exceed the maximum levels of non-ionizing radiation

B) the identification and assessment of exposure of individuals and non-ionizing radiation levels
proceed in the manner specified in the implementing legislation
regulation

C) before the use or operation of stationary sources of non-ionizing radiation
electronic communications networks in residential buildings
prepare documentation, which will be demonstrated by calculation or measurement
compliance with the maximum permitted levels of non-ionizing radiation in terms
potential exposure of individuals, and to provide this documentation
competent public health authorities,

D) in the cases determined by the implementing legislation
warning label sites (areas, zones) where exposure of people
non-ionizing radiation may exceed the permitted limit.

(3) If a fault occurs sources of non-ionizing radiation, which could
lead to exposure of individuals exceeding the permitted limit
person referred to in paragraph 2 shall immediately stop its operation.
This does not affect its obligations under special legislation.

(4) The operator of a service, which is used for body care
source of non-ionizing radiation, is obliged to keep records, identifying for each
source of non-ionizing radiation, the length of time during which the
open every day; records shall be kept for the lifetime
sources of non-ionizing radiation. After exhausting period traffic sources

Non-ionizing radiation, intended or recommended by its manufacturer, is
person mentioned in the first sentence is required to operate sources of non-ionizing radiation
quit.

§ 36

Laser manufacturer and importer is obliged to ensure

A) classification laser class manner stipulated by the implementing legal regulation
and marking laser tag, with the inclusion,

B) the measures included in the laser class 1M and higher warning text and
laser class 3B and 4 operation indicator,

C) an indication of the data necessary for health protection in the implementing regulation
in the technical documentation attached to each laser.
Section 7


Health at Work

§ 37
Categorization works


(1) The rate of occurrence of factors that can affect the health
employees and their risk for health work classified into four categories
. Criteria, factors and limits for the classification of work into categories
in the implementing legislation; risk assessment and minimum protection measures
determined by special legislation. ^ 33b) In the category
not include the work carried out at workplaces buildings used provisionally
trial operation, which exceed one year.

(2) The inclusion of work in the third or fourth category
decided by the competent authority to protect public health if special legal regulations 33a)
provides otherwise. Request submitted by a person who employs individuals
in labor or similar labor relations (hereinafter
"employer"), within 30 calendar days from the date of commencement of work
. Work into the second category, it places the employer unless a special
law provides otherwise, ^ 33a) within 30 calendar days from the date of commencement
their performance, changes in the conditions justifying the inclusion of labor
into the second category, or up to 10 days from the date on which the decision
public health body issued under paragraph 5. Other
work at the employer's workplaces, which have not been included, the deemed
work first category.

(3) The employer of an application for inclusion in the category of work shall

A) designation labor

B) the name and place of work where that work is carried out

C) the results of the evaluation of exposure of individuals performing the work
several important factors working conditions
characteristic inning, including duration of exposure

D) the length of shifts; u vícesměnného operation mode shift change,

E) the design category in which work is to be included,

F) the number of employees performing the work, of which the number of women

G) measures taken to protect the health of workers engaged
work

And attached to the application protocols for measuring or testing factors
working conditions conducted in accordance with § 38.

(4) The employer is obliged to immediately notify the competent authority
public health work, which ranked the second category, and
decisive data for such inclusion, and simultaneously submit reports on
measurement or examination of factors working conditions made pursuant to §
38th

(5) In the event of changes to conditions of employment, which has an impact on its
inclusion in the second category of risk (§ 39), third or fourth is
employer is obliged to immediately submit to the competent body for protection of the public
health requests that the particulars referred to in paragraph 3. the inclusion
risk work into different risk category or retirement from work
risk work carried out by the competent authority to protect public health
new management, which will issue a new decision.

(6) The competent public health protection authority may ex officio
decide to work first or second category to category
risk work (§ 39).

§ 38
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Measurement and inspection work for inclusion in the second, third or fourth
category or changes in classification of work into these categories which are
needed for risk assessment, the employer may make only
through the holder of a certificate of accreditation ^ 4a) or holder
authorization (§ 83c) to the respective measurement or examination, if the field
measurement or investigation authorization or accreditation legislation
adjusted, unless he so qualified.

§ 39

Risk work


(1) high-risk work, which for the purposes of this Act work
at which the risk of occupational disease or other illness
work-related work is classed as third and fourth and || | Additional work included in the second category, which follows a decision by the
public health authority or as determined by a special legal regulation
^ 33a).

(2) The employer is required to determine the cause of exceeding the limit
values ​​of biological exposure tests and ensure its
removal; these facts shall immediately inform
employees. The results of biological exposure tests under the first sentence,
broken down by departments, the employer is obliged to immediately disclose
competent authority to protect public health.

(3) Exceeding the limits of biological exposure tests
shall notify the employer immediately
provider of occupational services. It is a provider of occupational services
obliged to observe the confidentiality of the test results of individual employees. For
assessment of the extent of workers' exposure factors working conditions through
biological exposure tests performed provider of occupational
Services sampling of biological material under conditions laid down by the implementing regulation
.

(4) Limit values ​​of biological exposure tests and the conditions for their implementation
adjust the implementing legislation.

§ 40
Evidence
risk work

Employer on whose workplaces are performed hazardous work is also obliged


A) for each employee of the award-risk work to keep records

First the name, surname and personal identification number,

Second the number of shifts worked at risky work, except
risk of infectious diseases

Third the dates and types carried out preventive medical examinations and
their conclusions on specific vaccinations related activities
employer's workplace or immunity (resistance) to the disease

Fourth Data on the results of the monitoring body loading factors
employees' working conditions and measured values ​​of intensity and concentration
factors of working conditions and the nature and type of biological agent, with the exception
data on the health status of employees

B) to store the records pursuant to letter a) for a period of 10 years from the completion
exposure, and if it is a work

First chemical carcinogens or mutagens set
special legal regulation

Second asbestos

Third the risk of fibrogenic dust and

Fourth with biological agents that can cause latent diseases
diseases, which have a very long incubation period of the disease or cause
which repeatedly show remissions or may have serious consequences
,

For 40 years after the end of exposure,

C) records of work referred to in point b) points 1-4 to pass on his
termination without a legal successor, yet expired when the period referred to in subparagraph
b) the competent authority to protect public health,

D) notify the appropriate public health authorities all
facts that could affect the increase of workers' exposure
factors working conditions.

§ 41

The use of biological agents and asbestos

(1) The employer shall notify the competent authority
protection of public health, they will be first used biological agents of groups
2-4, regulated by specific legislation, and changes in performance such
work and such work that they are or may be
workers exposed to asbestos. Reports employer is obliged to take at least 30 days before the start
work and whenever there is a change in working
conditions that are likely to result in increased exposure
asbestos dust or dust from materials containing asbestos;
Requirements for reporting by the implementing legislation. The obligation to report
work with asbestos exposure by the first and second sentences employer does not have
case of working with rare and short-term exposure to asbestos-33d).
Work with rare and short-term exposure to asbestos and procedures for determining
sporadic and short-term exposure to asbestos adjusted
implementing legal regulation.

(2) The employer or a person designated by him must, when determining the risk
biological agent and asbestos proceed in the manner specified
special legislation.


(3) The employer is obliged to measures to prevent and limit risks
related to the use of biological agents in groups 2 to 4, and
measures to prevent and reduce risks related to exposure to asbestos
be discussed with the respective public health authorities.

(4) In the case of laboratories performing diagnostic service
biological agents Group 4, the employer shall notify the competent authority
protection of public health, only the intention to use these biological agents ^ 65).

§ 41a

Hot water for personal hygiene of staff

(1) Employers that from an individual source produces hot water for personal hygiene purposes
employee is obliged to ensure that the water
not exceeded hygienic limits for microbiological, physical, chemical and organoleptic
indicators
modified implementing regulation.

(2) If you can not from an individual source to produce hot water quality
referred to in paragraph 1, the employer's request the competent authority
public health permit an exception. In the request, the employer shall
microbiological, biological, physical, chemical and organoleptic indicators
water, their values, proof that no harm
workers due to the use of this water, and the method of securing the values ​​
proposed indicators. Decision authority can protect public health
subject to conditions.

(3) Compliance with hygienic limits of the indicators listed in paragraphs 1 and 2
employer is obliged to control the frequency and extent provided for a reduced
analysis depending on the number of supplied natural persons
revised the implementing legislation for drinking water.
In the event of an accident or other emergency, the competent authority
protection of public health ex officio frequency and scope of inspections decisions
expand. In the case of demonstrably constant and satisfactory indicators
quality of the produced water, the competent authority for public health protection
employer's request, the frequency and scope of inspections reduced.

§ 42

Costs associated with the provision of occupational health
under this Act shall be borne by the employer unless a special law provides otherwise
.

§ 43


Canceled
§ 44

The provisions of this Act shall not affect the obligations of employers
established under special laws.
PART 8


Disposal of hazardous chemical substances and mixtures

§ 44a

(1) The management of hazardous chemical substances and mixtures is
their manufacture, import, distribution, sale, use, storage,
packaging, labeling and internal transport.

(2) When handling hazardous chemical substances and mixtures
legal entities and natural persons are obliged to protect the health of individuals
people and the environment and observe the warning symbols of danger,
standard of special risk
and hazards and standard instructions for safe handling by chemical
Law-35a) and directly applicable European Union regulations on chemical substances and chemical
mixtures ^ 78)

(3) Natural and legal persons must not offer, give, sell or deliver
otherwise, leave or get hazardous chemicals and
chemical mixtures classified as highly toxic-35a) or substances and mixtures according
directly applicable EU regulations on chemical substances and chemical
mixtures ^ 78), which are assigned
class and hazard category acute toxicity category 1 or 2
(hereinafter referred to as "hazardous chemicals and chemical mixtures classified
as highly toxic ") other natural or legal persons, unless such persons are authorized
for handling in accordance with paragraph 6

(4) Legal and natural persons must not offer, give, sell or otherwise
deliver or procure leave for a person under 18 years of age or
person whose legal capacity was limited by the court, hazardous chemical
chemical substances and mixtures classified as toxic-35a)
substances and mixtures under the directly applicable EU regulations on chemical substances and chemical
mixtures ^ 78), which are assigned the class or classes
category or categories of danger acute toxicity category 3
or toxicity for specific target organs following single or repeated exposure
category 1 (hereinafter referred to as "hazardous chemicals and

Chemical mixtures classified as toxic "), as well as chemicals and chemical mixtures
classified as corrosive-35a) or substances and mixtures according
directly applicable EU regulations on chemicals and chemical mixtures
^ 78) which are assigned the class and category
corrosion hazard category 1 hazard statement
H314 (hereinafter "hazardous chemicals and chemical mixtures
classified as corrosive").

(5) Legal entities and individual entrepreneurs must sell
hazardous chemicals and chemical mixtures classified as highly
toxic, toxic or corrosive in vending machines and brought
containers.

(6) Legal persons and enterprising natural persons are allowed to handle
dangerous chemicals or chemical mixtures
classified as highly toxic only when handling these chemicals
substances and chemical preparations is guaranteed by a natural person
professionally competent according to § 44b Sec. 1, unless special legislation
^ 20). Individual activities within the handling of these chemicals and chemical products
can also perform employee, whom physical
competent person trained demonstrably. Repeated
training is conducted at least once every two years. The training and training must be
written record, which is a legal entity or natural person authorized to do business
shall retain for a period of 3 years.
Provisions of this paragraph shall not apply to the operation of special protective
disinfection, insect and rodent control (§ 58).

(7) A legal entity or natural person is obliged to provide for
workplace where are loaded with hazardous chemicals or chemical mixtures
classified as highly toxic, toxic, corrosive
, carcinogenic category 1 2 or mutagenic category 1 or 2
toxic for reproduction category 1 or 2 and further substances and mixtures
which are assigned the category or categories of danger
carcinogenicity category 1A or 1B, germ cell mutagenicity || | category 1A or 1B, and reproductive toxicity category 1A or 1B
written rules on safety, health and environmental
environment when working with them. The rules must be freely available
employees in the workplace and must contain information on
hazardous properties of substances and mixtures mentioned in the first sentence, the
which employees handle, guidelines for health, safety and environmental
environment, guidelines for first aid and
procedure in an accident. The text of the rules is a legal entity or natural person
obliged to discuss with the public health authorities
competent by place of work.

(8) Legal entities and individual entrepreneurs are obliged to store
hazardous chemicals and chemical mixtures classified as highly toxic
in rooms that are lockable, secure
against burglary and unauthorized entry. During storage must be excluded
confusion and mutual harmful effects of stored chemicals and chemical mixtures
and prevent their infiltration into the environment and health hazards
individuals.

(9) Legal persons and enterprising individuals who manage
dangerous chemicals or chemical mixtures
classified as highly toxic, are obliged to keep records of these chemicals
and chemical mixtures. The records are kept for each hazardous chemical substance and chemical
mixture separately and accounting records must contain
data on received and delivered quantity of stocks and
name and surname of the person (or company name), which were issued.
Registration records are kept for at least five years after reaching the zero inventory
hazardous chemicals or chemical mixtures.
The provisions of this paragraph shall not apply to the operation of special protective disinfection,
insect and rodent control and record keeping
chemicals and chemical mixtures that are explosive ^ 79).

§ 44b
Competence


(1) A natural person qualified to handle hazardous
chemical substances and mixtures classified as highly toxic are considered


A) graduates who

First They obtained a university degree in an accredited masters
study program of general medicine, dentistry or

Dentistry, pharmacy, or in accredited master's degree programs
in veterinary medicine and hygiene or protection
public health

Second holds degrees in chemistry,

Third They received higher education in the field of teaching disciplines
focusing on chemistry, or

Fourth They received higher education and have proof of completion
lifelong learning in the field of toxicology, @ 35f)

Fifth received university education in an accredited master's degree program
phytosanitary or plant protection, or in
Lifelong Learning Programme in this field, @ 35g)

B) natural persons who have different education than those specified in subparagraph
a), and underwent a successful test of proficiency and have
certificate in accordance with paragraph 5 of professional competence in handling
chemical substances and mixtures classified as highly toxic
.

(2) The Commission for proficiency
for handling hazardous chemical substances and mixtures classified as highly toxic
(hereinafter "test site") establishes a competent authority
public health. The Ministry of Health provides the implementing regulation
way of establishment of the commission and its composition, content and form
application for the exam, basic contents and the conditions of the test and
model certificate of professional competence.

(3) The test may register at any of the test sites
person over 18 years old who has permanent residence in the Czech Republic
or residence, if a natural person who sustained || | stay in the Czech Republic has (hereinafter the "applicant").
Invitation to test candidates deliver a test site at least 30 days before the date
exam.

(4) public health authorities will issue candidates who successfully passed the exam
within 30 days of the exam
certificate of professional competence for handling hazardous chemicals and chemical mixtures
classified as highly toxic.
For issuing certificates are paid an administrative fee. ^ 35h) The certificate is valid for 5
years from the date of its issuance.
TITLE III


Preventing and spread of infectious diseases
Section 1


Vaccination and cooperation of public health authorities with health services providers


§ 45

(1) To prevent the creation, dissemination, and to reduce the incidence of infectious diseases
collaborate with healthcare providers
authorities to protect public health and the measures foreseen by this law
or under a law the competent authority to protect public health .
Costs associated with such activities that are not covered by health insurance
, paid by the state to the extent determined by the implementing legal regulation
through the administrative authority which granted permission to
provision of health services under the Act on health services ^ 11).

(2) Healthcare providers are required to provide and implement
regular, special and extraordinary vaccination, by accidents, injuries
, healing wounds and before some medical procedures,
or passive immunization of individuals which are in the care
[for example, the administration of other immunological products ^ 36)] to the extent
modified implementing regulation or international treaty
which the Czech Republic is bound.

(3) Upon the occurrence of infectious diseases specified in the implementing legal regulation
or suspected occurrence of such infectious diseases
healthcare providers are obliged to enact isolate always
infectious department or department of tuberculosis or
department of Dermatology and Venereology provider of inpatient care. If he does not
medical service provider is established, such a separation is required to provide health services
natural person from a different provider
health services and transport the patient to the provider.
In other cases, the insulation is done according to provisional measures
healthcare provider or the relevant authority
public health at the medical service provider or
place of residence of the individual.

§ 46

(1) A natural person who has the Czech Republic permanent residence,

Alien who has been granted permanent residence, an alien who is authorized to
permanent residence in the Czech Republic, and the stranger, who was
granted temporary residence in the Czech Republic for more than 90 || | days or is entitled to the Czech Republic for a period longer than
90 days are required to submit, in the implementing regulation
treated cases and deadlines set
kind of regular vaccination. Routine vaccinations are carried out to prevent the occurrence and spread
severe infectious diseases with a high risk of further spread of the epidemic
in the community, and life-threatening infectious diseases, with
regard to the recommendation of the World Health Organization and the European Centre for the Control
diseases. Implementing regulation set
natural persons and natural persons to be included on workplace with
higher risk of infectious diseases, they are required to undergo
specified range specified type of special vaccination.

(2) Before making regular and special vaccination is an individual
obliged to undergo in the cases covered by the implementing legislation
examination of state immunity (resistance). Regular and special vaccination
fails when it detects immunity to infection or determine
medical condition that prevents the administration of the vaccine (permanent contraindications). About
these facts the medical service provider issues the natural
receipt to the person and the reason for abandoning vaccination
entry in the medical documentation.

(3) If a competent authority to protect public health, the minor
individual lawful vaccination or examination pursuant to paragraph 2, and
case of a minor natural person who has chosen provider
health services in practical medicine for children and adolescents,
down her decision to submit to vaccination or
this examination at a designated healthcare providers.

(4) In the case of a natural person who has not reached the fifteenth year of his age,
responsible for fulfilling the obligations under paragraphs 1-3 of its legal representative
^ 12), foster parent or a natural person to whom the court
entrusted to the personal care ^ 80). In the case of individuals who have not attained
fifteenth year of age in care facilities for children requiring immediate assistance
based on court decision-10a) placed in orphanages
for children under 3 years of age in school facilities for institutional care or protective custody
^ 81), to social service facilities providing residential services
^ 82), and similar equipment has been ordered by the court
institutional or protective upbringing responsible for compliance
obligations under paragraphs 1-3 of the equipment.

(5) The public health authorities who issued a decision pursuant to paragraph 3
, ask a designated healthcare providers to
vaccination or examination performed. Designated medical service provider is obliged
request.

(6) The implementing regulation also stipulates classification of vaccination and conditions
vaccination, methods of investigation immunity workplaces with higher
risk of infectious disease and the conditions under which they may be
context of a particular vaccine physical persons included in the workplace
with a higher risk of acquiring infectious diseases.

§ 47

(1) For regular, special and extraordinary vaccination may
provider of health services use only vaccines according to the antigenic composition
vaccines provided by the Ministry of Health according to § 80 paragraph
. Point 1. E). This does not apply in the case of routine immunization and physical
person asks for his execution for other registered vaccine.

(2) Every made vaccination writes a provider of health services in
scope regulated by the implementing legislation to
vaccination certificate or a health certificate and vaccination of the child and young person who issues
at first vaccination and medical documentation vaccinated.
At each subsequent immunization vaccinated is obliged to submit a certificate of vaccination or
health and vaccination certificate of the child and adolescent to carry
record.

§ 47a

(1) Routine vaccination of children at health service providers
in practical medicine for children and adolescents, with the exception of vaccinations
HBsAg-positive mothers of newborns against hepatitis B, which

Performed at maternity hospitals and neonatal units of these doctors
department. Vaccination against tuberculosis in children with a higher risk of acquiring this infection
carried out at workplaces kalmetizačních medical specialists
pneumoftizeologové. Regular vaccination of adult individuals
by providers of health services in general practice
medicine; This vaccine may also perform medical institutes. For people
stationed at health providers,
in social services and similar establishments carry out vaccination under this Act
by doctors these devices.

(2) Special and emergency vaccination carried
providers of health services in the fields of practical medicine for children and adolescents or general
practical medicine, providers of occupational health services and
Constitution.

(3) Vaccination against tetanus as wounds and healing wounds
carried out by healthcare providers who are caring ,,
injury or non-healing wound, or providers of health services in
practical medicine for children and adolescents
or general practice medicine or providers of occupational services. Vaccination against rabies after an injury
animal suspected of being infected with rabies carried
doctors rabies centers in selected departments of infectious diseases
hospitals.

§ 47b

(1) Public Health Protection Authorities in the performance of duties under this Act
in preventing the emergence and spread of infectious diseases utilize


A) the reference data from the basic register of the population-36a)

B) data from the agenda information system of civil registration

C) data from the foreigners information system.

(2) used by information under paragraph 1. a)

) Name,

B) the name or names,

C) address of residence,

D) citizenship, or multiple citizenships.

(3) used by information under paragraph 1. b)

A) name, surname or change thereof, maiden surname
,

B) address of permanent residence,

C) citizenship, or multiple citizenships,

D) onset of permanent residence or date of withdrawal
information on the place of residence or date of termination of permanent residence in the Czech Republic
.

(4) used by information under paragraph 1. c)

A) the name or names, changing them at birth,

B) citizenship, or multiple citizenships,

C) the type and address of residence,

D) start of residence, or date of termination of residence.

(5) Data that are kept as reference data in the basic register
population, the use of agenda information system
residents or foreigners information system only if they are in the shape
previous status quo.

(6) From the data provided in a particular case can only use
data that are necessary to fulfill the task.

§ 48

(1) The Ministry of Health forwarded the information provided to him by
§ 47b, providers of health services to carry out their tasks in the field
prevention and spread of infectious diseases through
request. Request the medical service provider and data transmitted
Ministry of Health on the basis of this request are forwarded
manner allowing remote access.

(2) An application under paragraph 1 shall be in addition to the administrative formalities laid down
Regulations contain the name, or names and other identifying information available
subject about which data is to be transmitted, or information needed to
found the data, the extent
data on this subject, the purpose for which data are required, and
recognized electronic signature of a person authorized to act on behalf
providers of health services.

(3) The Ministry of Health will verify the applicant in the register maintained by him
health providers, assesses the validity of the request and justification
desired range of data and in case of positive evaluation
transmit the required data. If the Ministry of Health
evaluates the request as unfounded or restrict the scope of the required data
shall notify the medical service providers.

§ 49


(1) The state budget pays for vaccines and special
extraordinary vaccination.

(2) The state budget also pays for vaccines
regular vaccination of individuals who are not insured under the Act
regulating public health insurance.

§ 50

Service provider of child care in the children's group ^ 75) and
legal entity or natural person who operates a shop
trade or in the case of a legal person, also another activity in which content is
care for children under 3 years of age or kindergarten, except
equipment specified in § 46 para. 4, second sentence, and the facility where the
attendance is compulsory, they can only accept a child who has undergone
established regular vaccination, a document that is immune against infection
or unable to undergo vaccination permanent contraindication.

§ 51

(1) The provider of medical services is required to the competent authority to protect public health


A) immediately notify unusual reactions after vaccination and the name and batch number
vaccine used,

B) upon his request to the personal data of individuals who have in their
records, and the name, surname, identity number and permanent residence, type and
date vaccinations, permanent contraindication or immunity to infection ,

C) allow for control and prevention of the spread of infectious diseases
employee public health authorities
looking into medical documentation and sourced from excerpts.

(2) Health insurance companies are obliged to communicate to the Ministry of Health
immunized insured breakdown
vaccination calendar for regular vaccinations provided
implementing legal regulation, and April 30 of each calendar year for the past | || calendar year. In this term we are also obliged to communicate to the Ministry of Health and
data on the number of insured persons vaccinated against seasonal flu
.

§ 52


Canceled
Measures against the spread of infectious diseases by individuals who secrete germs


§ 53

(1) Natural persons after infection caused by the human immunodeficiency virus,
individuals excluding the germs of typhoid fever and paratyphoid
and individuals with chronic diseases viral hepatitis B and C,
if they or their legal guardians of this fact was communicated to the doctor
(hereinafter referred to as "carriers") are obliged

A) to undergo treatment, medical survey, necessary laboratory examination
protiepidemickým and other measures;
obligation to undergo treatment does not apply to an individual after infection caused by the human immunodeficiency virus
in a state of severe disease

B) comply with the doctor's instructions regarding the protection of other individuals against
transmission of the disease, which is a carrier,

C) to not perform activities which would be due to their carriage
endanger the health of other people,

D) to inform the doctor before any examination or any therapeutic procedure and upon
admissions about his carriage; if the carrier should
consciousness, do so as soon as possible after his his health allows

E) disclose its carriage providers of health services in general practice
who prepares the report before closing
contract for the provision of residential services in the social services
by special legislation, 82) || |
F) notify the registering providers of health services in
general practice or in practical medicine for children and adolescents
, personal data (name, surname, date of birth, place of permanent and temporary residence
) , data on employment and changes in the data.

(2) Carrier typhoid and paratyphoid A, B and C may be for carriage
holds a medical certificate. If he has a medical certificate issued,
shall, immediately after he was told by your doctor that the carrier
surrender his medical service providers referred to in paragraph 1
point. F). That his medical license back once
longer grounds for his resignation.

(3) The competent public health protection authority ex officio
decide on the extent of anti-epidemic measures pursuant to paragraph 1. a), with the exception
treatment, and outlines actions pursuant to paragraph 1. C);
may also be an individual decision to determine which health providers

Services measures pursuant to paragraph 1. a) performs.
Appeal against a decision of a public health body has no suspensive effect.

(4) public health authorities who issued a decision pursuant to paragraph 3
, ask a designated healthcare providers to
measures pursuant to paragraph 1. a) performed.
Designated provider of medical services is required to satisfy the request.

§ 54

(1) The provider of health services treating carrier is obliged to report
competent authority immediately to protect public health and personal information
changes in the data, the fact that the carrier has changed the job if he
this fact known and the termination of compulsory isolation.

(2) If the media before the release of the facility providing inpatient care
shown excretion of the pathogen, a provider of health services
inform the competent authority
protection of public health.
Section 2


Protective disinfection, insect and rodent control

§ 55

Disinfection, insect and rodent control is an activity aimed at
protect the health of individuals and to protect the living and working conditions before
agents and carriers of infectious diseases, noxious and epidemiologically important
arthropods, rodents and other animals.
Is divided into

A) routine disinfection, insect and rodent control, which as part
cleaning and common technological and working procedures
directed towards prevention of infectious diseases and the presence of harmful and
epidemiologically important arthropods, rodents and other animals ,

B) special protective disinfection, insect and rodent control, which is
professional activity aimed at the destruction of infectious agents and carriers
diseases and increased incidence of harmful and epidemiologically important
arthropods, rodents and other animals.

§ 56

Person who performs a protective disinfection, disinfection and disinfestation,

A) only use the products supplied to the market in accordance with directly applicable
EU regulation on biocidal products 37a ^)

B) may use products and procedures only to the extent necessary so that
purpose of disinfection, insect and rodent control has been achieved and
living and working conditions are not threatened or harmed

C) is required to check its effectiveness.

§ 57

(1) common protective disinfection, insect and rodent control is required
carry out, every person as part of a regular cleaning
technology and workflows.

(2) Special protective disinfection, insect and rodent control is required
as needed in its premises provide any natural person who is
entrepreneur, legal person or any person in liquidation
zoonotic diseases, increased the occurrence of harmful and epidemiologically important
arthropods, rodents and other animals. If it is a living room, a room
residential and commercial buildings not used for business, has
obligation under the first sentence of the property owner or community
owners and real estate owned by the Czech branch
state or contributory organizations that belong to the management of it.

§ 58

(1) Special protective disinfection, insect and rodent control, except
special protective disinfection carried
provider of health services in their premises, as well as special protective disinfection,
insect and rodent control in food and agricultural operations ,
can perform natural person who

A) reached the age of 18 years

B) completed a professional course or otherwise acquired professional knowledge and practical skills
within the scope regulated by the implementing legal regulation
^ 37c)

C) it has a valid certificate of professional competence.

(2) Special protective disinfection, insect and rodent control in
food or agricultural operations can be performed only under the supervision and management
individuals who

A) completed a special master course or otherwise acquired
professional knowledge and practical skills within the scope regulated by the implementing legal regulation
^ 37c)

B) holds a valid certificate of professional competence.

(3) Special protective disinfection, insect and rodent control, in which
used hazardous chemicals and chemical mixtures classified as highly toxic
toxic or may be performed by a natural person who


A) reached the age of 18 years

B) completed a professional course for working with these substances and mixtures
or otherwise acquired professional knowledge and practical skills in the range
modified implementing regulation ^ 37c)

C) it has a valid certificate of professional competence.

(4) To manage and supervise the carrying out of special protective disinfection, insect and rodent control
in which the use of substances or mixtures
mentioned in paragraph 3, the natural person who is qualified in accordance with paragraphs 2 and || | 3rd

(5) The prerequisite for admission to the course pursuant to paragraph 2. a)
attending a vocational course pursuant to paragraph 1. b)
or a valid certificate of professional competence within the scope of paragraph 1 point. c)
5 years of experience in special protective disinfection, insect and rodent control.
Prerequisite for admission to the course pursuant to paragraph 3. b) the completion
vocational course pursuant to paragraph 1. b) or a valid certificate of professional competence
the extent specified in paragraph 1 letter. C).

§ 59

(1) A legal entity or natural person who operates
course to gain knowledge to perform the special disinfection, insect and rodent control
is required to ensure the content and scope of courses according
implementing legislation.

(2) The implementing regulations shall specify the number of hours of theoretical and practical
teaching courses to gain knowledge for the performance of special protective disinfection, insect and rodent control
their professional content, separately for each
vocational courses (§ 58 para. 1 and 3) and a special master course
(§ 58 para. 2).

§ 60

(1) The Commission for proficiency in accordance with § 58 para. 1-4
establishes a competent authority to protect public health. To perform the test
proficiency serves natural person competent authority
protection of public health application, the details of which adjusts
implementing legal regulation.

(2) The certificate of professional competence issued by the body to protect public health
individual who successfully passed the exam before the commission by
paragraph 1. The certificate of professional competence is valid for 5 years from the date of its issuance
.

(3) The implementing regulation also stipulates the composition of the commission, basic contents and conditions
perform proficiency tests and the model certificate of professional competence
.

§ 60a


Canceled
§ 61

(1) A person who is authorized to carry
special protective disinfection, insect and rodent control, is obliged

A) record the products used, the type, quantity, time, place and purpose of use
; store such records for a period of 5 years

B) inform the person concerned about the intention to carry out a large-screen (
municipality or city district) special protective insect and rodent control.

(2) The competent public health protection authority decision, may perform
special protective disinfection, insect and rodent control order if
threatening spread of the disease, increased incidence of infectious disease vectors
or spread of harmful and epidemiologically important arthropods,
rodents and other animals.

(3) If a person authorized to operate a special protective disinfection, insect and rodent control
intends to implement special protective disinfection, insect and rodent control
hazardous chemicals or chemical mixtures
classified as toxic or highly toxic, it is obliged
notify in writing the authority to protect public health and
municipal authority competent according to the place of the operation, and it
48 hours before the commencement of this activity. This notification must be given
precise indication of the place where the
special protective disinfection, insect or rodent performed, the type and approximate quantity
used chemicals or chemical mixtures, the version, the opening day of work
and the anticipated duration of the work, name and registered office
respective company and the name and surname and links to the responsible
worker. The 48 hours do not count working days and
off work. For performing special protective disinfection, insect and rodent control
hazardous chemicals or chemical mixtures
which can jeopardize bees, fish, wildlife, and some other
non-target organisms, specific regulations apply. ^ 37b)

(4) The competent public health protection authority to protect the public health
for the performance of special protective disinfection, disinfection or

Rodent notified under paragraph 3 to determine the conditions of its
execution.
Section 3


To determine the incidence of infectious disease

§ 62

Reporting of infectious diseases and the treatment of biological material

(1) A person providing care, including healthcare providers,
conducting laboratory investigations of biological material (§ 15
par. 1), which detects infectious diseases, such
suspected illness or death to them excretion zoonotic infectious diseases
or of such facts, shall report this finding
forthwith, in the manner and to the extent provided in an implementing regulation
competent authority to protect public health. While ensuring
according to the type and scope of health care provided to her immediately perform
first steps necessary to prevent the spread of diseases, including sampling
biological material and its examination. Other measures carried out by the instruction
public health authorities. If it is necessary to
implement measures to protect public health, require a person
providing care or public health protection authority
cooperation of the Police of the Czech Republic.

(2) The person referred to in paragraph 1 shall also be obliged to report to the competent authority
protect public health, positive microbiological findings
infectious agents by the implementing legislation
and markers of viral hepatitis and positive serological tests to || | infectious diseases.

(3) A person referred to in paragraph 1 shall also be obliged

A) the collection of biological material and the examination to follow
hygiene requirements governed by the implementing legislation,

B) requisition of tests on biological material fill in the details about the name,
or names and surname of the patient, his place of residence or domicile
if they have no permanent residence in the Czech Republic, the number of the insured
under the law on public health insurance and other data
modified implementing regulation,

C) ensure that the biological material for the collection, transportation, processing
laboratory, decontamination and disposal of treated so
not to jeopardize the health of individuals coming into direct contact with
.

§ 62a
Epidemiological investigation


Competent public health authorities are authorized to perform
epidemiological investigation focused particularly on verification of diagnosis and detection of disease outbreak
(§ 65 par. 2). Persons are required to notify the competent authority
public health challenge in his circumstances
important in the interest of the epidemiological investigation.

§ 63

Cooperation administrative authorities to contain the disease

(1) The Ministry of Defense and Ministry of Interior in its scope
immediately inform the occurrence of severe sporadic and epidemic infectious diseases occurring
competent authority to protect public health
.

(2) The bodies of public health and veterinary authorities have
each other immediately report the occurrence of infections transmitted from animals to humans
. Veterinary authorities to public health authorities
reports and death of an animal to such an infection.

(3) When implementing measures against infections transmitted from animals to humans
cooperate with public health authorities with authorities
veterinary administration.

§ 64

Measures which are required to undergo a physical person

Natural person who became ill infectious disease or is suspected of being infected
, according to the nature of infectious diseases especially obliged

A) submit to isolation, submission of specific immunological preparations
or anti-infectives, necessary laboratory examination, medical
inspection and quarantine measures,

B) comply with the restriction or prohibition of the use of water sources
food and other products suspected of containing the originator
disease

C) ensure the implementation of the regulation focal disinfection, insect and rodent control
,

D) refrain from actions that could lead to the further spread of infectious diseases
, and if it is a normal part of life, carry it to the
reduce the risk of spread.

§ 65

Performing focal disinfection, insect and rodent control

Focal disinfection, insect and rodent control activity is

Towards protecting the health of individuals and the protection of living and working conditions before
agents and carriers of infectious diseases
harmful and epidemiologically important arthropods, rodents and other animals in the
outbreak. Outbreak is the place where the
spreading infection. There is or has been a source of infection, individuals suspected of being infected
ingredients and their environment.

§ 66

Measures which are required to undergo natural persons and legal entities


(1) A natural person who is an entrepreneur, a legal person
are required to submit, by the nature of infectious diseases
protiepidemickým measures, which are particularly

A) prohibiting operation of equipment, operations or other activities

B) ban on transporting certain means of transport

C) limitation of production, suspend sales and a ban on the use of water, food and
other products suspected of contamination.

(2) A natural person who is an entrepreneur, a legal person are also obliged to ensure implementation
focal disinfection, insect and rodent control
and sanitation (sanitation) water, land and other sites and products
suspected of containing the causative agent.

§ 67

Determining the type and method of implementation of anti-epidemic measures in the focus of infection


(1) public health authorities according to the place of occurrence of infectious diseases
decide on the type and method
anti-epidemic measures in the outbreak. The appeal does not have suspensive effect
.

(2) The provider of health services, if it detects the occurrence of infectious diseases
or suspected, the individual in order
type and method of implementation of anti-epidemic measures in the focus of infection according to §
64th When ordering the medical service provider such as anti-epidemic measures
quarantine natural person who is insured
sickness insurance applies to standard form, which releases
Czech Administration of Social Security in agreement with the Ministry of Health.

(3) Measures referred to in paragraph 2 shall be binding from the date of his transfer
demonstrable physical person. Record of the regulation of this measure is part
medical documentation of individuals.

(4) If a natural person who has been ordered pursuant to paragraph 2
anti-epidemic measures, that is incorrect may submit
within 3 working days from the day of its demonstrable handover proposal to || | reviewing medical service providers, which measures issued.

(5) If a petition for review of the measures submitted after the expiry
pursuant to paragraph 4, the medical service provider proposal aside.
This fact in writing, by an individual who petition for review filed
measures. When revealing the reasons for which an individual objective
prevented the submission of the proposal within the prescribed period, the provider of health services
missed the deadline for filing a petition pardons.
Proposal to review the measure does not have suspensive effect.

(6) Should the medical service provider
proposal to review the measures in full measure immediately canceled, and if it is on the basis of facts
necessary, issue a new measure.
Record of the repeal of the measure, or regulation of the new measure is part
medical documentation of individuals.

(7) If the medical service provider
proposal to review the measure does not comply in full, in advance within 3 working days of its receipt
file with the proposal for review, including
documents needed for review and action its opinion, the competent authority
protection of public health.

(8) The provider of medical services immediately notify in writing the physical
person who petition for review filed a measure that the proposal to review the measures
fully complied, issued new measures or assigned
proposal to review measures to the competent authority
protection of public health. If the provider of health services to review the draft measures
fully complied with or taken new measures will present a communication by the first sentence
fact that it led to this.

(9) The competent public health protection authority, which was in accordance with paragraph 7
proposal submitted,

A) rejects the contested measure and confirm or

B) contested measure to revoke or amend.

(10) against the decision of the competent authority to protect public health

Issued under paragraph 9 can not be appealed.

(11) The body of public health jurisdiction pursuant to paragraph 1
if necessary, to ensure the anti-epidemic measures in the focus of infection
according to § 64 point. a) the decision of an individual to determine
healthcare providers who implement them.
Appeal against a decision of a public health body has no suspensive effect.

(12) The public health authorities who issued a decision pursuant to paragraph 9
, ask a designated healthcare providers to
anti-epidemic measures according to § 64 point. a) performed.
Designated medical service provider is required to satisfy the request.

§ 68

Implementation of measures against the introduction of infectious diseases from abroad

(1) Protective measures against the introduction of highly contagious infectious disease
foreign states and of their termination decision
Ministry of Health. A person who has ownership, management or
use of facilities, equipment or land on which to be
protective measures are implemented, it is required to the extent necessary to provide
competent authority to protect public health cooperation in organizing
and the implementation of conservation measures. The type and method of implementation
anti-epidemic measures, which are subjected to physical person decides
and healthcare providers, which makes a decision
determined locally competent public health protection authority.
Local jurisdiction public health authorities are governed by the place where the
individual at the time of detection of the relevant facts resides.

(2) Natural persons are obliged to submit to the call of the competent authority
certificate of vaccination or prophylaxis prescribed. Determining to what
disease, the authorities may require a certificate of vaccination or prophylaxis is part
protective measures mandated by paragraph 1 first sentence.

(3) Safeguard measures referred to in paragraph 1 first sentence and termination
published on border crossing regional health authority in whose
administrative district the border crossing is located.
Publication of protective measures at the border crossing is at least trilingual, in Czech
language, the language of the country from whose territory the state border is crossed, and the
English.

§ 69

Emergency measures in the epidemic and the risk of its occurrence

(1) Extraordinary measures in epidemic or the threat of its formation are


A) prohibition or restriction of production, treatment, storage, transport, import, export,
sale and other handling of food and other products, which can be
spread of infectious disease, or ordering their destruction | ||
B) prohibition or restriction of contact groups of individuals suspected of being infected
with other individuals, particularly travel restrictions on some
areas and traffic restrictions between certain areas, banning or limiting
festivals, theater and film performances, sports and other
Assembly and markets, the closure of health facilities
day or inpatient care facilities, social services, schools, educational institutions,
recreational activities and accommodation businesses and establishments catering services or
restrictions on their operations

C) prohibition or restriction of production, treatment, transportation and other handling
drinking water and water used for purposes in accordance with § 6a-6d,
ban on the use of water from wells, springs, reservoirs, ponds, streams
and rivers

D) an order to set aside beds in medical facilities,

E) an order to perform focal disinfection, insect and rodent control in
around the affected area; focal disinfection, insect and rodent control
a healthcare institution (§ 86 par. 1), if so provided
decision of the competent authority to protect public health. The cost of this focal
disinfection, insect and rodent control made
Institute of Health are paid from the state budget

F) command-warning label objects, which were
infectious diseases, and the text of the sign

G) emergency vaccinations and preventive administration of other drugs (prophylaxis)

H) command to allocate an object owned by the state, county or municipal
isolation of individuals or quarantine

I) a prohibition or regulation other specific actions to liquidate epidemics or
risk of its occurrence.

(2) Extraordinary measures pursuant to paragraph 1 within the necessary orders

Range and decide on the termination of the competent authority to protect public health
. If it is necessary to implement measures to protect public health
, require a medical service provider or institution
protection of public health cooperation of the Police of the Czech Republic.
Jurisdiction of local public health authorities is governed by the occurrence of infectious diseases
. Appeals against the decision of the competent authority
protection of public health does not have suspensive effect. Persons are required to submit
extraordinary measures.

§ 70

Treatment of infectious diseases

(1) To prevent the emergence and spread of infectious diseases and to reduce their occurrence
natural persons are obliged to undergo treatment of an infectious disease
set out in the implementing regulation.

(2) If a body of public health, the natural person
lawful treatment of infectious diseases in accordance with paragraph 1, provides her decision
healthcare providers who provide such treatment
. Responsible for decisions is public health protection authority in
place where the individual resides. An appeal against this decision
no suspensory effect.

(3) If a person who has not reached the fifteenth year of his age,
responsible for fulfilling the obligations under paragraphs 1 and 2 of her legal representative. ^ 12)

(4) public health authorities who issued a decision pursuant to paragraph 2
, ask a designated healthcare providers about
ensure treatment. Designated medical service provider is obliged
request.
Section 4


Conditions investigation of infection caused by the human immunodeficiency virus

§ 71

(1) For blood donors, tissues, organs and semen is made mandatory
investigating the human immunodeficiency virus at every donation. For
donors breast milk are mandatory investigations for the human immunodeficiency virus
once, before starting the donation. Without
test for human immunodeficiency virus donation is not permissible.

(2) Without the consent of the individuals it is possible to test for the virus human immunodeficiency


A) in pregnant women

B) the natural person who has an impairment of consciousness, and for whom testing for human immunodeficiency virus
is important in terms of differential diagnosis and treatment
without completing this examination may lead to damage to her health
, || |
C) for individuals who were charged with the crime of endangering
venereal diseases, including diseases caused by the human immunodeficiency
or a criminal offense, which could occur during transmission
this disease to other physical persons

D) the natural person who is forcibly treated for venereal disease (§ 70).

(3) In other cases, testing for human immunodeficiency virus
done only with the consent of the individual.

§ 72

(1) Laboratory investigations for human immunodeficiency virus may
perform medical service provider is subject to permission of the competent authority
public health. The permit issued
if the medical service provider meets the following conditions:

A) a workplace where laboratory investigations are carried out
manner specified in the implementing legislation and placed on equipment and
material equipment,

B) laboratory manager has

First university education with a biological focus and specialization in the field
investigative methods in clinical biochemistry or examination methods in medical microbiology
^ 39) or higher education
specializing in the field of hematology and transfusion service ^ 40) and | ||
Second proof of training at the National Reference Laboratory for
infection caused by the human immunodeficiency virus
established by the Ministry of Health.

(2) The competent public health protection authority shall withdraw the authorization
medical service providers, which fulfills the conditions of paragraph 1.


(3) Number of tests for the human immunodeficiency virus in a month and their
results reported by the medical service provider by the tenth day of the following month
funded organization or organizational unit
state created to perform tasks within the jurisdiction of the Ministry
health ^ 41) to fulfill the tasks of investigation
infection caused by the human immunodeficiency virus Ministry of health determines
(hereinafter referred to as "designated organization"). Name of designated organizations publish

The Ministry of Health in the Ministry of Health Bulletin.

§ 73

(1) Upon request by the Ministry of Health or designated organization
medical service provider who has been issued a permit (
§ 72 par. 1) is obliged to participate in external quality assessment system
diagnosis of human immunodeficiency virus . If this assessment
quality of the human immunodeficiency virus diagnosis and substandard
medical service provider fails to promptly
remedy the competent authority to protect public health
permit issued pursuant to § 72 para. 1 decision to withdraw .

(2) A permit issued pursuant to § 72 para. 1, the competent authority
protection of public health also withdraw if the

A) medical service provider repeatedly fails to report the number of examinations
according to § 72 par. 3,

B) to attend medical service provider in accordance with paragraph 1
external quality diagnostics.

§ 74

(1) In the case of a reactive test result for the virus human immunodeficiency
obtained in the screening (search) test
medical service provider is always obliged to deliver biological material
to perform a confirmation (confirmatory) test.
Confirmatory test can only be performed by the National Reference Laboratory for infection caused by a virus
human immunodeficiency virus.

(2) A natural person is considered infected by the human immunodeficiency
up in case of confirmation of a reactive test result
confirmatory test.

(3) The provider of health services, which was informed of the positive result
confirmatory test, communicate via an authorized physician
fact that an individual infected with the human immunodeficiency
and, in the case of natural persons minors or individuals
deprived of legal capacity or whose eligibility for
legal capacity was limited, their legal representatives and ensure
special care by a specialist. The communication must be accompanied by instructions on
prevent the spread of infection caused by the human immunodeficiency virus.

(4) health service providers informing individuals about
positive result of the confirmation test is required to ensure that
individual was given a detailed explanation of the extent of the obligation to act
so that other individuals did not exhibit risk of
infectious diseases. The contents of such instruction entered into the medical records
individuals and the natural person or his legal representative
sign a statement that they were so informed. In the event of denied signing
medical service provider that fact and the reasons for refusing
signature indicating the medical records of individuals.

§ 75

Without the consent of the individual or his or her representative may
Health Institute, National Institute of Health, identified the organization as well as
medical service provider who has authorization to operate in accordance with §
72 para. 1, used her blood taken for other purposes, for testing for the human immunodeficiency virus
only cross-sectional study of infection
human immunodeficiency virus; but must in all operations undertaken to
this study and in this study to ensure and preserve the anonymity of physical
person.

§ 75a

System of epidemiological vigilance

(1) For infections caused by Haemophilus influenzae b, influenza, measles, whooping cough
, infection caused by the human immunodeficiency virus,
legionellosis, meningococcal disease and tuberculosis
introducing a system of epidemiological vigilance (surveillance). Range of infections may be
implementing regulation extended. Administrative authority, which
collects information in this section and transmits them to the network of the European Union
epidemiological surveillance and control of infectious diseases (hereinafter
"Community Network"), exchanging necessary information, organizes
an early warning and response system for the prevention and control and
conducted consultations, the Ministry of health.

(2) Public Health Protection Authorities referred to in § 78 para. 1 point. b) a
c) and National Institute of Health are obliged to collect data

A) of the initial or repeated occurrence of infection referred to in paragraph 1
control measures,

B) on the development of epidemic situations for which they are responsible in terms
collect information

C) on unusual epidemic facts and new infectious diseases
unknown origin


D) of all relevant facts in connection with

First infectious diseases specified in paragraph 1

Second new infectious diseases of unknown origin in countries that
not a Member State of the European Union,

E) of existing or proposed mechanisms and procedures for
prevention and control of infectious diseases, especially in cases
public health threat

F) that could help Member States of the European Union
coordinate their efforts to prevent and control infectious diseases, including any measures taken


And forward them to the Ministry of Health, which shall communicate to the network
Community.

(3) The nature and extent of measures to prevent infectious diseases
referred to in paragraph 1 shall notify the Ministry of Health prior to their adoption
to coordinate efforts to prevent and control infectious diseases
Community network and consults via network
Community with other European Union Member States and the Commission of the European Union
nature and extent of planned measures; It does not apply, if needed
protect public health is so urgent that consultation impossible.
In this case, however, the Ministry of Health informs taken
measures as soon as possible through the Community network
other European Union Member States and the Commission of the European Union.

(4) persons providing care (§ 15 para. 1) are obliged within the scope
implementing legislation to collect data on infectious diseases
covered by the system of epidemiological vigilance and report them
manner and within the period covered implementing regulation
competent authority to protect public health. When
laboratory diagnosis, epidemiological investigation and determination of the type and method
implementation of anti-epidemic measures in the incidence of infectious diseases
covered by the system of epidemiological vigilance are
provider of health services and the competent authority to protect public health obliged to proceed
by implementing legislation.
Provider of health services at the workplace is done
laboratory tests on biological material is required to send
isolated pathogenic agents, provided the implementing legislation into the national
reference laboratory to confirm the identification and further characterization
infectious disease. Implementing legislation also adjusts
basic characteristics, clinical definition and classification of infectious diseases
included in the system of epidemiological vigilance.

§ 75b

Procedure sharp injury with a contaminated object or instrument

(1) The provider of health services and social services provider
is obliged to notify the competent public health authorities
any injury or other medical specialist who
arose when handling contaminated sharp object or instrument | || used to perform medical procedures in the provision of health
care or social services, which would result in the creation
infectious disease transmissible by blood. The competent authority
protection of public health shall decide on the regulation of medical supervision
injured worker.

(2) medical service provider is obliged to proceed
laboratory diagnosis of an injured worker in accordance with the system
epidemiological vigilance for selected infection.
TITLE IV


OTHER OBLIGATIONS OF PERSONS IN PROTECTION OF PUBLIC HEALTH

§ 76

Person is in the business obliged

A) writing to inform entrepreneurs who have withdrawn from her articles on
that the preliminary injunction public health authorities were
suspended the marketing of ^ 4c) or marketing, distribution and sale of her
manufactured or imported goods and their release to market or into circulation
^ 4c) for distribution and sale, immediately after the announcement
enforceable interim measure public health authorities,

B) writing to inform entrepreneurs who have withdrawn from her articles on
that the products were released for placing on the market or into circulation ^ 4c)
for distribution and sale, immediately after the termination of a pre
measures public health authorities or the announcement
enforceable decision in the case

C) writing to inform entrepreneurs who have withdrawn from it, the goods

That the products were enforceable authority to protect public health
withdrawn from the market, circulation, distribution and sale, or has been disabled
putting them into circulation ^ 4c) or on the market, and once received | || enforceable decision of a public health body,

D) immediately after receipt of the information referred to in subparagraph a) suspend the marketing of
^ 4c) or the marketing, distribution and sale of products, up
until receipt of the information referred to in point b) or c) ;
after receiving the information referred to in subparagraph c) immediately exclude products from the market, distribution, sale or circulation
^ 4c).

§ 77

(1) The public health authorities are concerned administrative authority in
decisions in matters governed by specific legislation, ^ 42)
which affect the interests protected by the public health authorities
under this Act and special legal regulations, including the assessment and management of health risks
. Public Health Authority issued in these matters
opinion. Consent may be public health protection authority
impose special conditions. The opinion is not a decision in administrative proceedings
.

(2) In the event that the applicable zoning documentation
stated intention with which it can reasonably be expected to be after putting into operation
source of noise or vibrations, particularly from road
roads or railway tracks, not to the building, which could be
by noise or vibration concern to issue a positive opinion
authority to protect public health, but it would have been taken to protect
from noise or vibration. The procedure under the first sentence shall not apply
plans, which include a public performance of music.

(3) The Building Authority will always ensure that the applicant's plan to build housing
house, a house, building or for pre-school education, construction
health or social purposes, or to functionally similar construction and
for the construction of a noise source has been in terms of protection against noise
assessed by the competent authority to protect public health.

(4) An applicant for planning permission, planning approval or
common consent to the construction in accordance with paragraph 3 to the territory loaded
noise source to the competent authority for public health purposes
opinion referred to in paragraph 1 measurement noise made under §
32a and proposal of measures for protection against noise. Has the same obligation
applicant who intends to submit a proposal for a public building office
contract and issue a joint applicant for zoning and building permits to build
pursuant to paragraph 3

(5) If the builder fails to implement sufficient measures to protect against noise,
not apply to those measures carried out by the operator, owner or manager
noise sources. This does not apply if there is a demonstrable increase
noise from the noise source; what is considered demonstrable increase in noise
in the implementing legislation.
TITLE V


Government in protecting and promoting public health
Section 1


Government in the protection and promotion of public health legislation
public health protection, privileges and duties of protection authorities
public health obligations and other controlled persons
health centers and the National Health Institute | || SECTION 1


The state government in protecting public health and their tasks

§ 78

Public Health Protection Authorities and other bodies that perform certain tasks
in the assessment and reduction of noise from the long-term average
noise pollution of the environment and in support of public health


(1) State administration in the protection and promotion of public health exercise

A) Ministry of Health,

B) regional health departments,

C) Ministry of Defense and Ministry of Interior,

D) Ministry of Transport,

E) Ministry for Regional Development,

F) Ministry of the Environment

G) regional authorities.

(2) The system of public health authorities constitute administrative offices
referred to in paragraph 1. a) to c).

§ 79

Collection and processing of personal data

(1) Public Health Protection Authorities are entitled to protect
obligations relating to the protection and promotion of public health process

A) personal details including their name, surname, identity number, if
allocated, otherwise date of birth, place of residence of individuals instead

Their business or their employer's designation, information related to the categorization
work as mandated medical examinations and preventive
personal data according to § 40 point. and); in the case of minors and
students, marking equipment for training and education or designation
home for children under 3 years of age,

B) sensitive data on the health status of individuals, including
diagnosis of disease, data on risk behaviors, compliance
obligation to undergo treatment, the number, type and conclusions
medical examinations, data on exposure of individuals and
factors of the work environment data on the epidemiology of drug addiction and
sensitive data according to § 40 point. and).

(2) The data referred to in paragraph 1 shall be public health authorities
processed in the registry of the current health status of individuals who became ill
infectious diseases, and individuals suspected of infection and
registry categorization work and exposure factors, labor and environmental
(hereinafter "the registers").
Range of processed data can be extended only in exceptional circumstances in order to fulfill the duties of
public health protection, prescribed by the law and subject to the conditions laid down
special law. ^ 43) Personal and sensitive information collected under paragraph 1
They are not set right or supplement.

(3) If the data should be from the registers used by the authorities to protect public health
, State Institute of Health and medical institutions for purposes
preparation of documents for national health policy, evaluation of the condition
protecting and promoting public health, to monitor trends
incidence of infectious diseases, epidemic diseases, threats
occupational diseases, occupational diseases and work related diseases,
must be anonymised for these purposes under the conditions stipulated by a special law
. ^ 43)

(4) Public Health Protection Authorities may delegate under the conditions stipulated by a special law
^ 43)
contributory data processing organization or a government department established to fulfill tasks
the Ministry of Health.

(5) Public Health Protection Authorities are required under the conditions stipulated by a special law
^ 43) to collect data that is
Czech Republic is obliged to forward the international organizations on the basis
international treaty by which the Czech Republic is bound . These data are
public health authorities referred to in § 78 para. 1 point. b) c)
required to submit to the Ministry of Health.
The Ministry of Health is authorized to transmit values ​​to international organizations.

(6) Public Health Protection Authorities are authorized to communicate
Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs and labor inspection authorities and the State Mining Authority
data on the incidence of work in categories
third and fourth and second category of work, determined by the competent authority
protection of public health as risky.

§ 80
The Ministry of Health


(1) Ministry of Health to protect and promote public health

A) manages and monitors the performance of government in protecting and promoting public health
responsible for creating and implementing national policy
protection and promotion of public health, including disease prevention and
manages and controls its fulfillment; once every 5 years, assess the health status of the population and its
development in terms of all aspects influencing the health status of the population and
Based on an evaluation
set out priorities to solve problems and improve the health status of the population,

B) manages and controls the regional health departments,

C) decides on appeals against decisions of regional
health stations,

D) ensures international cooperation in its field and performs tasks
stemming from international conventions on the protection and promotion of public health,

E) determined on the basis of recommendations of the National Immunization Committee, established
as an advisory body to the Ministry of Health, the antigenic composition
vaccines for regular, special and extraordinary vaccination and
publish them in the form of communication in the Official Gazette, and always to February 28
calendar year; the same procedure Ministry of Health shall publish
and also changes in the antigenic composition of the vaccine for the regular, special and extraordinary
vaccination


F) decisions on matters pursuant to § 4 para. 9, § 5 para. 5, § 6e, § 72 para.
1 and 2, § 73, § 83E paragraph. 5 and SO, rozhoduje-
about them under this Act governing body of public health;
is authorized to approve an extension of a more lenient hygiene limit under § 3a
paragraph. 3; performs tasks according to § 3a par. 4, § 3b, § 6 g, § 72 par. 3, §
75a, § 79 para. 5, § 83a par. 2, § 83c paragraph. 3 and § 83E paragraph. 6 ;
proposal on regional health authorities act under the conditions of § 37
categorization work performed at their workplaces,

G) requires extraordinary measures during epidemics and the danger of its origin and
emergency measures to protect the health of individuals in the event of dangerous
^ 26a) and Hazard suspect products and poor quality
or suspected breach of the quality of water, during natural disasters and other emergencies
if they are to be implemented nationwide or
territory of several counties, and decide on their end, including the release
products on the market or into circulation

H) provides safeguards against the introduction of highly contagious
infectious diseases, and decide on their end,

I) at the request of the regional health authorities giving permission for extraordinary
vaccination pursuant to § 69 par. 1 point. g)

J) provides for publication on its official board
other infectious disease caused by high-risk biological agents and toxins that
deemed dangerous disease pursuant to the funeral; ^ 43c)
simultaneously announce this additional infectious
disease in nationwide television and radio broadcasting ^ 43b)

K) directs the performance of government in protecting and promoting public health
conducted by the Ministry of Defense and Ministry of Interior,

L) compiles nationwide programs for protection and promotion of public health
including disease prevention and health risks;
prepares vaccination programs and programs for the prevention of infection with human immunodeficiency
and control their implementation; establish policies and procedures
assessment and management of health risks and principles of relations
monitoring of population health and environmental factors
living and working conditions and controls their implementation;
manages education to promote and protect public health

M) grants and withdraws the authority to perform authorizations, organizing and implementing
courses in health risk assessment,

N) review inspection plans drawn up by regional health
stations, which determine the priorities for action in the field of public health
supervision

O) coordinates activities and cooperation with other state and non-state
bodies and organizations, including registered civic associations, as well
social partners in areas related to the state
administration in the field of protection and promotion of public health

P) adopt measures on the basis and within the limits of the directly applicable
European Union and performs other tasks incumbent upon the Member State of
directly applicable European Union regulations in the field of food law,
items listed in current use § 25 point. a) and b)
and products that come into direct contact with water, unless this Act or
special law provides that it fulfills the regional health
station,

Q) purchases, and if there is substantial developments that significantly influences
existing noise situation updates, but no longer than once every 5 years
strategic noise maps, which include limits noise
indicators; limit noise indicators means the value
noise indicators, beyond which there is a malicious
burden on the environment, the elimination or reduction are
developed action plans

R) provides public access to the strategic noise maps drafted by
letter q)

S) implementing regulation modifies the determination of noise indicators,
their limits, basic requirements for content
strategic noise maps and action plans that include proposals
quiet area, details regarding the nature and extent of
informing the public about the strategic noise maps, on the preparation of draft action plans
and public participation in the preparation and drafted action plans
. Action plan means a plan containing measures designed
purpose is to protect against the harmful effects of noise and nuisance, including

Noise reduction set under § 34

T) to coordinate the preparation of action plans, as well as a summary of the action takes
plan based on the action plans submitted by regional authorities and
Ministry of Transport, which include quiet areas in the agglomeration
defined by regional authorities and quiet areas in open
landscape set by the Ministry of the environment. Quiet area in an agglomeration
means an area that is not exposed to noise greater than the threshold
noise indicator or until the maximum value
hygienic noise limits specified under § 34. quiet areas in open landscape | || means an area that is undisturbed by noise from traffic, industry or recreational activities
,

U) cooperate with the competent authorities of neighboring Member States of the European Union
on strategic noise mapping near borders

V) directs the management of water quality in surface waters mentioned in the list
according to § 6 grams regional health authorities, especially
determined in accordance with the conditions laid down by the European Union ^ 1)
number of bathing seasons on the based establish a regional health departments
sets of data for water quality assessment, and after informing
European Commission to the extent provided by the European Union ^ 1)

X) accepts applications by the directly applicable European Union
stretch materials and articles in contact with food for authorization of new substances
not yet included in the list of substances for use in the manufacture of materials and articles intended to
food contact is allowed, as well as requests for change
permit issued pursuant to this directly applicable regulation
EU

X) provides and coordinates processing Pandemic Plan of the Czech Republic
processes and Pandemic Plan Health

Y) adopts measures on the basis and within the limits of the directly applicable
European Union in the field of prevention of infectious diseases and perform other tasks on this stretch
Member States arising from the directly applicable European Union
communicating messages sent to the Community network
through the early warning and response system and provides
scientific and technical data that the mission of the European Centre for
disease control and prevention concern ^ 83); communicating messages and providing
scientific and technical data may designate a legal person or
a government organization established to perform tasks in their field of competence
.

(2) The noise for the purposes of the procedure pursuant to paragraph 1. q) to u)
according to § 81, 81a, 81b and 81c considers noise to which humans are exposed in
built-up areas, in public parks and quiet areas in agglomerations
, in quiet areas in open country , near schools, hospitals and other
areas and areas sensitive to noise. Not considered
behind him, the noise caused by a person who is exposed, noise
households, noise created by neighbors, noise from recreational activities, noise
workplace noise inside means of transport and noise caused by military activities
in objects important for national defense.

(3) For the performance of state health supervision by the Ministry of Health
entitled to determine the public health authorities referred to in § 78 paragraph
. Point 1. b) and c) the extent and frequency of inspections and concretization
control procedures.

(4) to resolve disputes concerning the use of methods of investigation
factors of working conditions and workload assessment body unadjusted legislation is
Ministry of Health to set a referee method
strategy involving the collection, transport, storage and processing || | sampling, analysis, evaluation and quality control measurements.

(5) If the Ministry of Health on the basis of significant evidence that
product under their state health supervision authority
protection of public health, although it complies with the requirements of EU law,
poses a danger to health ^ 43d) may temporarily prohibit the use
such a product, its marketing or undergo this product
specific conditions and decide to terminate such a prohibition.

(6) The procedure under paragraph 5 and the reasons
inform the Ministry of Health immediately inform the other Member States of the European Union and the Commission
European Union. If the EU Commission considers that the procedure under paragraph 5
is unjustified, the Ministry of Health the ban

Under conditions laid down by the directly applicable EU regulation
quits.

(7) The Ministry of Health is also authorized to provide that the products
modified directly applicable EU legislation, this Act or
special legislation under which authorities protect public health
exercised over their placing on the market , distribution or putting into circulation
government, are dangerous if they were labeled as such
institutions of the European Union, the World Health organization or
systems for the rapid exchange of information of the European Union. Duties of persons
the occurrence of dangerous goods by special legislation 26a ^)
or directly applicable regulations of the European Union.
Temporary suspension or limitation of the application of specific measures or other
directly applicable European Union regulations, set by the Ministry of Health on the basis
directly applicable European Union regulations, announced by the Ministry of Health
publication on its official board and official boards | || regional health authorities (Health station of Prague)
stationed at the headquarters of the administrative authorities and their territorial
workplaces. Determination and measures under this paragraph shall make
Health Ministry in a manner allowing remote access. This
determination and the measure is not a decision in administrative proceedings.

(8) The Ministry of Health is setting up a business instead of the main
Hygienist of the Czech Republic, which has the status of Deputy Director for Management Section
by the civil service law; in matters of protecting and promoting public health
acting chief health Czech Republic as the authority
Ministry of Health. Chief Hygienist of the Czech Republic appoints
government; on the selection, appointment and dismissal shall apply mutatis mutandis
provisions of the Civil Service Act on the selection, appointment and dismissal of the head of service
office in the central administrative office.

§ 81
Ministry of Transport


(1) The Ministry of Transport in the assessment and reduction of noise from
the long-term average noise burden on the environment
passes for the acquisition of strategic noise maps
Ministry of Health data traffic on

A) the main road, which means the road, after
which has more than three million vehicles per year, and whose
owned by the state,

B) the main railway lines, which means railways
which has more than 30,000 trains per year, including rail lines
located on the territory of agglomerations

C) the major airports, which means civil airports which have more
than 50,000 takeoffs and landings per year, with the exception of takeoffs and landings
light aircraft for training purposes, including airports located on the territory || | agglomeration.

(2) The Ministry of Transport according to data from strategic noise maps drawn up by the Ministry of Health
always takes the longest to
one year after delivery of the strategic noise maps
action plans for major roads, major railways and major
airport.

(3) The Ministry of Transport in the development and updating of action plans

A) makes a draft action plan to the public, which has every right to express
within 45 days from the date of its publication,

B) discloses a method for evaluating suggestions and opinions on the draft action plan
and publish an action plan by the Ministry of Health
separately for major roads, major railways and major airports
,

C) inform the public about the measures taken in the Action Plans

D) cooperate with the competent authorities of neighboring Member States of the European Union
in creating action plans in border areas.

§ 81a

Ministry for Regional Development

Ministry for Regional Development in the assessment and reduction of noise from
the long-term average noise burden on the environment
decree establishes a list of agglomerations. Agglomerations means
urbanized area of ​​urban character with more than 100,000 permanent residents
residents, consisting of one or more municipalities with intense economic, social and territorial
technical connections.

§ 81b

Ministry of Environment

Ministry of Environment in evaluating and reducing noise

's Long-term average noise burden of environmental
environment modifies decree quiet areas in open country. Furthermore
Ministry of Health provides information on the type of ground surface in the vicinity
transport routes.

§ 81c
Regional authorities


Regional authorities in evaluating and reducing noise in terms
long-term average noise burden on the environment in cooperation with municipalities


A) submitted to the Ministry of Health data on sources of noise
obtained in the exercise of its jurisdiction under the Act on integrated prevention and control of pollution
, the integrated pollution register and amending some laws
(Integrated Prevention Act) to the extent specified
special legislation 43b)

B) submitted to the Ministry of Health for the purpose of acquiring
strategic noise maps, data traffic on the main road
roads that own region, the main road in
owned by municipalities in the administrative district of the region and on other land | || communications, including public transport within the administrative area of ​​the region,

C) note, according to data from strategic noise maps drafted by the Ministry of Health
always more than one year from the date of transfer
strategic noise maps, action plans for roads,
runway airport and the noise source according to the letter and ) owned by the region to the agglomeration
(§ 81a) in the administrative area of ​​the region, which include
definition and publication of quiet areas in the agglomeration, and action plans for
main roads that own region, including major
roads owned by municipalities in the administrative district of the county, and it
according to data from strategic noise maps elaborated by the Ministry of health
; the development and updating of the action plan applies similarly
§ 81 paragraph. 3rd

§ 81d
Governor


Governor Approves Pandemic Plan of the treatment in accordance with § 82 paragraph
. 2 point. v), and after consulting the Commission and epidemiological
Security Council region.

§ 81e

Tasks region

Region under delegated powers

A) in collaboration with the municipalities in accordance with the national policy of protection and promotion of public health
involved in preparing support programs
public health, including the prevention of diseases and health risks
cooperates in their implementation and provides them support

B) cooperate with the regional health authority in the evaluation
population health region and its development every 5 years
discuss the state of health of the population and its development and provides
priority to solving problems and improving health status of the population.

§ 82


Regional Hygiene Station
(1) A regional health departments, whose administrative districts and headquarters
laid down in Annex no. 2 to this Act. Regional Hygiene Station
may, after prior approval of the Ministry of Health to establish or abolish
regional office. Regional hygiene stations are administrative
authorities. The regional health authority, which operates in the administrative district
capital Prague is known as the Hygiene station
capital city of Prague. The head of the regional health authorities is the director. Selection, appointment and dismissal
director of the regional health authorities are governed
Civil Service Act. Regional Hygiene Station, the accounting
units.

(2) Regional hygienic station belongs

A) issue decisions, permits, certificates and perform other tasks
state government in protecting and promoting public health, including public health
supervision, unless the competent Ministry of Health,

B) perform state health supervision of compliance with prohibitions and completing
other obligations stipulated in the directly applicable regulations of the European Union
, this Act and special regulations to protect public health
including adherence to the principles of good manufacturing practice and protection
health at work against risks arising from physical, chemical and biological factors
working conditions of unfavorable
microclimate conditions and the physical and mental stress and over
related working conditions including equipment, and
decisions or measures of public health protection authority issued on the basis of these
legislation

C) to decide on the request of the employer or ex officio in matters
categorize work


D) establish the conditions under § 37 and § 39 of precarious work and perform tasks according to § 40
point. c) and d)

E) provide for employer medical examinations after
risk work performed at his workplace, in the case of such influences
working conditions which may adversely manifest even after a long time (hereinafter
"follow medical examinations"); follow-up medical examinations of workers
ionizing radiation category A determined under the conditions laid down
special legislation 33a)

F) provide the employer or natural person performing work or providing services
outside labor relations ^ 84) method and minimum
frequency monitoring body loading factors working conditions, if it does not
special law || |
G) to carry out verification of the conditions of developing the disease for the purpose of assessing
occupational diseases ^ 45) or health changes for the purpose of assessing
risk of occupational disease

H) to establish in cases specified by law commission

I) to perform the tasks of the administrative authority under § 77

J) to exercise an opinion on zoning documentation
terms of public health, including the assessment and management of health risks

K) hear misdemeanors in the field of public health protection by
special legal regulation, 46)

L) to decide on measures to prevent the occurrence and spread of infectious diseases
and their termination; organize, manage and possibly perform
measures to prevent and avoid the spread of infectious diseases and
in this range also regulate the activity of healthcare service providers
and check it

M) impose extraordinary measures during epidemics and the danger of its origin
and emergency measures to protect the health of individuals in the event of dangerous
^ 26a) and Hazard suspect products and poor quality
or suspected breach of the quality of water, during natural disasters and other emergencies
unless
jurisdiction of the Ministry of health, and decide on their end, including the release
products on the market or into circulation. Emergency vaccination in accordance with § 69 para. 1 point. g)
determined only with prior permission of the Ministry of Health

N) set a limit factor hygienic working conditions, untreated
law and the method of its determination in working conditions;
Prescribe the minimum scope and frequency of monitoring and
measures to protect the health of workers; include working with this factor
ex officio in the category, unless special legislation provides otherwise,

O) perform state health supervision over the fulfillment of obligations on employers to ensure occupational
Services
imposed by a special law ^ 61)

P) establish anti-epidemic measures in accordance with § 68 para. 1

Q) order the food business operator operating
catering service, specimen collection and storage of meals served, if
needed to ensure the safety of meals served, or for reasons
suspected occurrence of infectious diseases from food and
determine the scope and duration of fulfilling this obligation; the procedure for specimen collection and storage of food
adjusted implementing legislation

R) conduct an epidemiological investigation in accordance with § 62a

S) to regulate the activities of persons providing care (§ 15 para. 1) in
industrial hygiene and prevention of infections associated with health care and
control it, implement provider providing acute or long-term follow
inpatient care
prevalence study of infections associated with health care,

T) to carry out the assessment and management of health risks in terms of prevention
negative influence on population health and contribute to the monitoring of relations
population health and environmental factors
environment and living and working conditions; initiate and participate
creation, management and monitoring of programs protecting and promoting public health
including disease prevention and health risks

U) to cooperate with administrative bodies and local authorities in creating
regional health policy for the protection and promotion of public health and
in the development and implementation of measures for improving health and quality of life
population of the region concerned;
provide evaluations of the effectiveness of implemented measures and programs

Protecting and promoting public health, including disease prevention and health
risk, ensuring at least once every 5 years health assessment
population of the region concerned in terms of all aspects influencing
health, and to propose to the priorities
solving problems and improving the health status of the population of the region concerned,

V) participate in the tasks of the integrated rescue system;
process in cooperation with the region and the integrated rescue system
regional pandemic plan, which sets out measures aimed at reducing the impact of pandemic
infectious diseases for the population of the region,

W) attest on forms issued by the sickness insurance authorities for the purposes of sickness insurance
^ 47a) that quarantine has been imposed or
extraordinary measures during an epidemic or the threat of its origin listed in
§ 69 par. 1 point . b) h) and quarantine or
emergency measures or duration of quarantine or emergency measures, at the request
persons affected by the quarantine measures or extraordinary
relate

X) to carry out cross-border cooperation between the state health supervision and
proceed while under the directly applicable regulations of the European Union on
cooperation in the field of consumer protection ^ 66)

S) to perform audits of risk analysis and critical control points system
under directly applicable EU regulations on official controls
^ 67) at the premises catering services.

(3) Regional Public Health is required by
mass occurrence of infectious diseases and the incidence of dangerous-26a) and Hazard
suspect products that harmed or may harm the health
individuals and absent in the market network only rarely,
immediately inform the Ministry of health.

(4) The employer shall send a copy of the written copy
final decision issued by the public health authorities in accordance with paragraph 2
. e) and § 84 para. 1 point. w)
providers of occupational services. The employer also informs imposing
subsequent medical examinations natural person to whom it was ordered, and
even if he is no longer his employee;
information in this case send the last place of residence, which he
known or place of residence, if not this individual
permanent residence in the Czech Republic. This site also communicate
providers of occupational services. Provider of occupational
services on the basis of this Communication reports on the Regulation subsequent medical examinations
authorizing provider of natural persons mentioned in the second sentence, if he
known.

(5) the audit pursuant to paragraph 2. y) to draw
authorized employee of the respective regional health departments report; when
acquisition follows the technical standards for management system auditing
^ 68).

§ 82a

The tasks of the regional health authorities in the field of management of bathing water quality
in natural pools and other surface waters included in the list


(1) In managing the quality of bathing in natural pools on
surface waters, which offers a service operator swimming
according to § 6a, surface waters used for bathing under § 6d and other surface
bathing waters in accordance with § 6 grams regional health

A) in accordance with the rules of monitoring surface water quality of bathing waters and
according to § 6d goes to May 1 of the calendar year of monitoring
calendar and in the monitoring calendar will determine the frequency of sampling of water, their distribution
at the time the bathing season and the location of the sampling water from
additional surface water for bathing,

B) decide ex officio on the suspension of the monitoring calendar
reasons for the exceptional situation and its sequel,

C) provides for the temporary or permanent ban on the use of water for bathing, if
hear about the unexpected situation or if the bathing water is polluted, and
exit ban

D) directs the collection and testing of an additional sample of bathing water in case
suspension of the monitoring calendar or short
water pollution or other sample of water in case of possible threat
bathers' health,

E) according to the instructions of the Ministry of Health issued pursuant to § 80 paragraph. 1
point. v) based on the results of monitoring surface water quality to

Bathing list referred to in § 6 grams establish a set of quality data
these waters, performs their assessment and classification and informs
surface water quality bathing the public on its web site
; Waters included in the list under § 6 g paragraph. 1 point. a)
inform at the same time on the notice board located near
bathing places; for further assessment of pollution of surface waters for bathing
apply § 6a sect. 3 point. a), c) and d) analogy.

(2) For the purposes of management of bathing water quality means

A) monitoring point other surface waters for swimming and water by
§ 6d place where it is expected most of the bathers, or the place where the
by water profiles compiled by the Water Act ^ 8) | || expects the greatest risk of water pollution,

B) exceptional circumstances an event or combination of events impacting
bathing water quality at the location concerned and not expected to occur
more than once every four years,

C) unexpected situations situation which has or which could reasonably
assume that it will have an adverse impact on bathing water quality
or on bathers' health,

D) short-term water contamination, microbiological contamination, which has
clearly identifiable causes, is not normally expected to affect water quality
for more than approximately 72 hours after the occurrence of the first
influence ,

E) additional specimen sample, which replaces an outstanding sample
by monitoring calendars

F) a further sample sample taken because of the potential health threat
bather,

G) permanent ban ban lasting for at least one whole bathing season.

(3) The regional health authority may pursuant to paragraph 1. c)
issue a permanent ban on the use of water for bathing only if in 5 consecutive
following years, water has been classified as substandard or
before the end of the five-year period is reason to believe that achieving water classification
as acceptable is not feasible or would be prohibitively expensive
.

(4) Regional hygiene stations are obliged to inform the Ministry of Health
suspension of the monitoring calendar and its reasons and
of other important measures taken in the area of ​​water quality management
bathing. Furthermore, the regional health authorities are obliged to annually
31st Oct. pass administrators basin materials necessary for assembly
review and update profiles of surface water for bathing
included in the list under § 6 g paragraph. 1 point. a) the extent provided by law
water-8a).

(5) exposure limits for microbiological indicators of water quality
other surface waters for swimming, indicators and thresholds
proliferation of cyanobacteria, the rules on monitoring of cyanobacteria rules
visual control of water pollution macroscopic algae and waste
method for evaluation of water pollution in other surface waters for swimming,
processing rules for monitoring calendar and rules
monitoring surface water quality of bathing
rules for assessing water quality criteria and classification method,
terms and extent of informing the public adjusts
implementing legal regulation.

§ 83

Ministry of Defense and Ministry of Interior

(1) The tasks of government in protecting and promoting public health, including
public health surveillance in the armed forces, the Ministry of Defence and
within its competence established by state organizational units and contributory organizations and
above them used ^ objects 47a)
exercised under this Act, the Ministry of Defence.
Specialized activity for the purposes of public health surveillance in the Ministry of Defence
performs Central Military Medical Institute.

(2) The tasks of government in protecting and promoting public health
including public health surveillance in security corps-47b)
with the exception of the Czech Prison Service, the Interior Ministry and government components
and contributory organizations established in its scope, including
they use buildings and facilities established by the Ministry of the Interior
special Act 47c)
exercised under this Act, the Ministry of Interior. Specialized activities for public health surveillance
the Ministry of Interior performs
government department set up by him.


Authorization

§ 83a

(1) Authorization for the purposes of this Act, a process initiated at the request
natural person who is an entrepreneur, government departments
regions or municipalities or legal persons on the basis of a certificate issued
that the person is qualified to perform a limited range

A) sampling and testing the quality of drinking water and hot water (§ 3 para. 1
3) water in the artificial or natural pools and water resources
artificial swimming pool or sauna (§ 6) | ||
B) the detection and measurement of concentrations and intensity of factors of internal environment of buildings
(§ 13 para. 1)

C) sampling and measuring chemical and microbial parasite
pollution sand in sandboxes outdoor playgrounds (§ 13 para.
2)

D) verification of the products that come into direct contact with water, with the exception
construction products ^ 8) in accordance with § 5 para. 2

E) the control of disinfection and sterilization (§ 17)

F) taking samples and examining the wholesomeness of food [§ 24 para. 1
point. e)]

G) measuring the intensity of noise, vibrations and non-ionizing radiation in municipal
and working environment (§ 30-35)

H) detection and measurement of light intensity and micro-climatic conditions and
concentrations of dust and chemical pollutants in working environments

I) biological exposure tests and examinations in the field of genetic
toxicology, physiology and psychology of work,

J) visual detection of load factor for evaluation purposes
working conditions.

(2) The Ministry of Health entrusts the implementation of the authorization
legal entity or a state organizational unit established to fulfill tasks in the field
the Ministry of Health (hereinafter referred to as "the authorizing person").
This authority is not transferable. Authorisations are issued by
conditions laid down for each area referred to in paragraph 1
Ministry of Health. Mandate authorizing persons and withdrawing
this commission published by the Ministry of Health in the Journal
Ministry of Health.

§ 83b

(1) authorizing person shall issue to the government, regions or municipalities,
legal entity or natural person who is an entrepreneur, at her request
certificate of authorization. This certificate shall be issued if the applicant meets
authorization conditions are

A) professional competence with respect to the proposed area of ​​authorization pursuant
conditions laid down by the Ministry of Health on the basis of § 83a par.
2

B) equipment for technical and administrative activities and access to
facilities for special investigation

C) the necessary number of employees with professional training,
knowledge and skills

D) the existence of the commitment of employees to maintain confidentiality of facts which they learn
persons performing the authorization,

E) the absence of financial or other interests that could affect
results of activity of the person performing the authorization,

F) the integrity of the applicant for authorization.

(2) The absence of financial or other interests pursuant to paragraph 1. e)
is proving affidavit.

(3) A person of integrity for the purposes of this Act who have been
convicted of a criminal offense whose merits are related to the subject
business. In order to substantiate the applicant's integrity (
physical and legal persons) a request by the authorizing person
special legal regulation 47d) extract from the criminal records.
Request for an extract from the Criminal Register and the extract from the Register
records shall be submitted in electronic form, in a manner allowing remote access
. A natural person is further demonstrated integrity
similar documents, such as a criminal record check, issued by the states in which
in the past three years, resided continuously for more than three months.
These documents must not be older than 3 months; proof of good character can be replaced
proof of eligibility to the profession or activity, if
demonstrates the fulfillment of the conditions of integrity.
Integrity of a legal person shall be demonstrated by all members of the statutory body;
for the organizational component of the state, county or municipality at its head.

(4) The application for a certificate of authorization, the applicant shall, in addition
formalities laid down by administrative rules
data demonstrating compliance with the conditions referred to in paragraph 1. The request shall be submitted to the authorizing person.

§ 83c


(1) Certificate of Authorization defines the subject matter, scope and terms of
and the period for which it was issued. Costs associated with the authorization including
certificate of authorization shall be borne by the applicant. The price is determined by
special law.

(2) Authorization is not transferable to any other person, shall be granted for a maximum period
5 years from the date of grant. Authorization can be extended for another 5 years
. Application for renewal of a certificate of authorization, the person
issued a certificate of authorization (hereinafter "the holder
authorization") authorizing a person to file at least 6 months before the expiry of the certificate
. Costs associated with the renewal of a certificate of authorization
borne by the applicant. The price is determined by a special legal regulation
.

(3) The list of authorization holders including the business name, registered office and
identification number according to § 83b paragraph. 4, as well as changes in these
be published by the Ministry of Health in the Bulletin of the Ministry of Health
. Such information to the Ministry of Health authorizing
person.

(4) The authorization holder is obliged to comply with the conditions of authorization and
participate in scope and time stipulated by the person authorizing
interlaboratory tests. Evidence of the results of interlaboratory tests
authorization holder is stored for a period of 5 years.
Costs associated with interlaboratory tests shall be borne by the authorization holder.

(5) authorizing person shall supervise compliance with the conditions of authorization
and the results of interlaboratory tests. For this purpose
entitled to enter the premises of an authorization holder, to verify the fulfillment
authorization conditions and request submission
including the results of interlaboratory tests. To check the authorizing person may
invite an expert for the area. Where the authorizing person
drawbacks, depending on the seriousness of deficiencies suspend the validity of the certificate
or withdraw it. Similarly, the authorizing person progresses in case
authorization holder is stated in the application for the certificate is incorrect or incomplete information
that were relevant to the issue of the certificate.
Removing the certificate authorization expires.

§ 83d

(1) Authorisation next due in accordance with § 83c paragraph. 5 also terminated

A) the expiration of the period for which it was granted unless it was based on
request authorization holder to its extension

B) renunciation of the certificate of authorization; waiver certificate shall become effective
day when it was delivered authorizing person

C) for individuals death or declaration authorization holder
dead

D) dissolution of the organizational state, county or municipality or legal
person who is the holder of the authorization,

E) the decision on bankruptcy or rejecting the insolvency petition because
assets holders to cover the costs of the insolvency proceedings, or entering
authorization holder into liquidation.

(2) authorizing person in cases under subsection 1. a) and §
83c paragraph. 5, the authorization holder or its heirs, successors
legal entity or its liquidator, in the cases referred to in paragraph 1
point. b) to e) are obliged to inform the Ministry of Health for
purposes under § 83c paragraph. 3 of the expiry date of the authorization.

§ 83E

(1) Implement a health risk assessment under this Act are entitled
only natural persons who hold a certificate of authorization
. Legal entity or natural person who is an entrepreneur
can evaluate the health risks only when her
this activity provides a natural person who is the holder of the authorization.

(2) The authorization granted at the request of a natural person authorizing person (§
83a par. 2) on the basis of passing a proficiency test.
The test can log natural person who is older than 23 years
unimpeachable, has the proficiency and confirm
solemn declaration of the absence of financial or other interests that could affect
results when assessing health risks. During the test must
individual demonstrate knowledge set out in the implementing legal regulation
^ 37c). The implementing regulation also modifies the composition of the commission and
conditions for carrying out proficiency tests.
Model certificate of authorization by the implementing legislation.

(3) For irreproachable is considered a natural person who has not been lawfully
convicted of an intentional criminal offense or an offense that is related to

Activities, whose task was the assessment of environmental and labor
environment and assessing their impact on human health, committed out of negligence
. Physical integrity of a person is proved similarly under § 83b
paragraph. 3rd

(4) Professional competence is demonstrated by documentation of completed
higher education in medicine or natural sciences, or
certificate of successful completion of the course in the assessment of health risks
graduating in the state organizational unit or contributory || | organization authorized by the Ministry of health if it
natural person for the purpose of obtaining expertise participated, and
least five years of experience in the field of health and living conditions.

(5) In practice in the field of health and welfare is considered
occupation, whose task was the assessment of environmental and
working environment and assessing their impact on human health, and confirmation by
or the employer presented the results of such assessments
. Until the practice does not count basic, spare and civil
service period of maternity and parental leave. The recognition practice
whose power was interrupted for more than 5 years, decided on the request of a natural person
Ministry of Health.

(6) Name the state organizational unit or contributory organization entrusted
organizing and implementing courses in health risk assessment publish
Ministry of Health in the Ministry of Health Bulletin.

(7) The application for a certificate of authorization for assessment of health risks
natural person shall, in addition to the formalities laid down by administrative rules
educational attainment and field of study and academic degrees. The application connects
documents certifying the facts referred to in paragraphs 2 to 5.


(8) In order to grant a certificate of authentication, authorization and validity
its extension to the negotiation and payment authorization and its price
extension, as well as for monitoring of compliance with the terms
authorization and withdrawal certificate of authorization is valid § 83c.

(9) The authorization expires

A) revocation of the certificate of authorization under the terms of paragraph 8 and § 83c paragraph.
5

B) the expiry of the period for which it was granted unless it was based on a request
natural person who holds a certificate of authorization for its
extension

C) death of an individual who holds a certificate of authorization or a declaration that
dead.

§ 83f


Canceled
§ 84

Public health surveillance

(1) In the performance of state health supervision authorities to protect public health
in scope

A) supervise whether the person fulfills the obligations laid down to protect public health
directly applicable EU legislation, this Act
special regulations and decisions, general measure
or other mandatory measures to protect public authority health
issued under these laws

B) may suspend the activity, if it were violated when
obligation to protect public health, until elimination of defects

C), the time required to perform public health surveillance
prohibit the placing or making available on the market, circulation, distribution, sale, sale or display
product, if there is a reasonable information that the product
is dangerous-26a); may order the withdrawal from the market
recall or withdrawal from distribution and sale of products that
do not comply with this Act, a special legal
law or applicable regulations of the European Union and on the basis of the issued
decision or measure of a
protection of public health or prohibit making available or putting into circulation ^ 4c) or
market

D) may be examined knowledge by § 19 par. 3 and decide that
natural person performing activities epidemiologically serious
has the knowledge required to protect public health,

E) may prohibit or restrict the use of poor quality drinking water, hot water
or other water quality (§ 18 par. 2, § 21 para. 2 and § 41a) and
until the fault correction as well as to determine the purpose for which such
can use water or require greater frequency of inspection of water quality other
according § 21 para. 2; may determine the corrective measures in case of non
quality of drinking water, hot water or other water quality covered by this

Law or amend the corrective action, and until removal
defects; to monitor water quality, which has the quality of drinking water and can not be
already allow a further extension lenient hygiene limit may
person referred to in § 3 para. 2, which adds a water store
frequency and scope of inspections of qualified persons referred to in § 4 para. 1 and
event of a public health emergency of such water
prohibit or restrict its use and decide on the termination of these measures

F) may require greater frequency of checking the water in the pool operated
according to § 18 par. 3, the sauna, the construction of bathing or artificial
pool, where the water quality does not guarantee compliance with the requirements laid down or
authorized pursuant to § 6f paragraph. 2, and the implementation period
such controls,

G) may prohibit the use of water in the building bathing in the pool
operated according to § 18 par. 3, the artificial pool or sauna, and even
just for certain groups or prohibit the use of water resources
artificial swimming pool or sauna when water is for bathing, showering or
cooling polluted, and until the fault correction

H) may prohibit the use sandpit outdoor play area designed for children
games if they are not adhered to hygienic limits or rules of operation
(§ 13 para. 2), and until the fault correction || |
I) may order the person operating the natural or artificial swimming pool or sauna
, as well as the person referred to in § 6d, taking measures to protect public health
against health hazards arising from water pollution
bathing, cooling or showering, or to amend the measures adopted for this purpose
person engaged in natural or artificial swimming pool or sauna
or person referred to in § 6d,

J) may require adjustment of the operating rules under § 4 para. 3, § 6c paragraph. 1
point. cf), § 7 para. 2, § 13 para. 2, § 15 para. 2, § 21 par. 3 and § 21a
if the conditions mentioned therein do not lead to the protection of public health, and save the removal
defects found in compliance with operating rules,

K) may set conditions for organizing school trips, recreational events
or other similar events for children (§ 12) and in case of threats to public health
school trips, recreational activities or other similar event for children | || prohibit

L) may withdraw the authorization issued under § 4 para. 9, § 5 para. 5-9,
§ 6e, 6f § paragraph. 2, § 14, § 17 para. 5, § 18 par. 2 , § 21 para. 2, § 31 paragraph
. 1 and § 41a paragraph. 2, if a person does not fulfill the conditions under which
authorization was granted, or if the danger to public health;
withdrawal permit issued by the Ministry of Health must be pre
discussed with the administrative office

M) may suspend the operation or use of a source of noise, vibration or
sources of non-ionizing radiation, if it is necessary to protect public health
, and until the fault correction

N) may be longer than necessary to perform public health surveillance
prohibit the use of materials, raw materials, semi-finished product or foodstuff destined for
manufacture or preparation of food suspected of being
not meet the requirements for safety and cleanliness
determined by special legislation ^ 23), directly applicable regulations of the European Union or a decision
public health authorities; may
decision to ban the use of substances, raw materials, semi-finished foods or for the production or preparation of food
unless they comply with the requirements of health
safety, quality, purity and labeling laid down by special legal regulations
^ 23) or a decision of a public health or
not stored under prescribed conditions, as well as to order the
sanitation or change the technological process or preparation
food,

O) may provide divergent way of dealing with the laundry from medical
facility or social services facility referred to in § 15 para. 1
if necessary to prevent the emergence and spread of infectious diseases

P) may require the identification and measurement of factors of living and working conditions
to determine if there is danger to public health or to determine the cause
injury or the objectification of the real extent of the burden that has
or may affect health employees or natural persons carrying
activity or providing services outside labor relations ^ 84)

Q) can be imposed to ensure the processing of health risk assessment person,

Whose activity it is or may be the source of such risks

R) may order the immediate closure of the establishment from the moment of finding
infringement, which could result in danger to life or health
,

S) may order to protect the health of employees or individuals
conducting activities or providing service outside labor relations
^ 84), implement measures to reduce the risks arising from physical,
microclimate, chemical or biological factors working
conditions, physical or mental stress and the associated work
conditions; may order a change in the measures taken by the employer or
natural person conducting activities or providing service outside labor relations
^ 84) under a special law to protect
Health at Work

T) can to protect the health of the employer to establish stricter maximum permissible values ​​
risk factors working conditions than specified
special legislation, if present in the workplace at the same time more
harmful factors at high physical loads
workers exposed to harmful workplace factors when crossing
limit values ​​of biological exposure tests, or if it is necessary
to protect the health of adolescent employees, students
cooperating juvenile family members or pupils
students during practical training or practical training that are part
their preparation for future occupation

U) in finding that food, raw materials, semi-finished products or food for their
manufacture or preparation other than safe or finding that
food placed in circulation ^ 48) other than safe, can order
their impairment or disposal, at the expense of the inspected person
who is bound manner and finish the impairment or disposal body
public health demonstrate

V) may impose on infection control reasons or
to determine the health status of individuals performing activities
epidemiologically serious medical examination and necessary laboratory and other tests
necessary to prevent the emergence and spread of infectious diseases
,

W) to prevent risks to health in connection with the work performed may
employer or natural person performing work or providing services
outside labor relations ^ 84) order an extraordinary
preventive medical examinations and their content and adjust the range
deadlines and monitoring of risk factors;
extraordinary preventive medical examinations of workers to ionizing radiation category A
determined by the competent authority to protect public health under the conditions laid
special legislation 33a)

X) may require an individual who eliminates germs, but not
carrier according to § 53 par. 1 measures the extent pursuant to § 53 paragraph
. Point 1. a) and c), with the exception of treatment

S) may, in the event of a finding of infringement under Regulation
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 2006/2004 ^ 69), which is controlled
person committed on the territory of a Member State of the European Union or
another state of the European economic area and which
harms or may harm the collective interest of consumers ^ 70)
decision to prohibit such behavior.

(2) In cases under subsection 1. b) e), g), h), j) and m)
is a person who has the remedy imposed immediately,
obliged to inform the competent public health protection authority to rectify the problem and
, spočívá- If the defect is, in fact, that can be measured or perform its
laboratory tests, and submit evidence of compliance with the obligations laid down
directly applicable European Union regulations and laws
regulations or imposed on the basis of decision of the competent body for protection
public health. For the purpose of this evidence, the person may
measurements and laboratory tests carried out only through the holder
authorization (§ 83c), the holder of the certificate of accreditation-4a) or persons
holding a certificate of compliance with the principles of Good Laboratory Practice issued | || ^ according to chemical Act 35a) for a given field of measurement and investigation
if the relevant field measurements investigation and authorization, accreditation or certification
edition legislation modified if it is not itself follows

Qualified. Determination and measurement of factors of living and working conditions
pursuant to paragraph 1. p) can be done only through the holder
authorization (§ 83c), the holder of the certificate of accreditation-4a) or persons
holding a certificate of compliance with the principles of Good Laboratory Practice issued by the Chemicals Act
^ 35a) for the relevant field measurements and investigations
if the relevant field measurements investigation and authorization, accreditation or certification
edition legislation adjusted. Second and third sentences are
not apply if provided for in this Act for the respective measurement otherwise (§ 32a).

(3) An employee public health body issued a decision pursuant to paragraph 1
. r) au) in place and notify them verbally controlled person
and a member of the statutory body of the controlled person, its employees
or other person who performs or ensures activities
controlled by people related to the subject of public health surveillance .
The oral announcement of the decision employee of an authority to protect public health
spot will issue a written confirmation;
decision in writing without delay deliver to the party afterwards.
Oral delivery of a decision pursuant to paragraph 1. r) au) has the effects of the notification.
Appeal against the decision under paragraph 1. r) au) can be made up to 3
days of receipt of the written decision. The appeal does not have suspensive effect and
appellate authority shall decide on it immediately.
Open an establishment can be up to putting into harmless condition and only with the approval of the competent authority
protection of public health that decision under paragraph 1
point. r) issued; Bob's act in accordance with Part Four of the Administrative Code.
Consent must be issued immediately, but not later than 15 days from the date on which
been proven detrimental situation.

(4) State health supervision exercised by the regional health authorities
control plans, which determine the priorities for action in this field
protection of public health.

(5) In performing the tasks under this Act and special regulations are
public health authorities within its sphere of competence
take action on the basis and within the limits of the directly applicable
European Union.

(6) The General Directorate of Customs shall provide on request of the competent authority
public health protection for the state health surveillance
products that have been released for free circulation or export
following information: | ||
A) the identity of the declarant, and the name or names and
surname, place of residence or registered office, business name, or
name and address of the addressee

B) a description, including the trade name and type of product as classified in the Combined Nomenclature
listed in Annex I to Council Regulation (EEC) No.
2658/87 ^ 71)

C) the country of departure and country of origin of the product

D) the quantity expressed in volume, weight or number of units.

(7) Provision of data referred to in paragraph 6 is not a breach of confidentiality by
tax code.

(8) The competent public health protection authority upon request
customs office will issue statements in the case of reasonable suspicion that the shipment does not match the presented certificate
^ 72) or a certificate, or in the case
suspension of the release products over which authorities
protection of public health, carry out state health supervision, for free circulation.
SECTION 2


Legislation in the field of public health

§ 85

(1) Extraordinary measures in epidemic and danger of its formation and further
emergency measures to protect the health of individuals in the event of dangerous
^ 26a) and Hazard suspect products and poor quality
and breach of suspicious quality water during natural disasters and other emergencies
and their termination, including the release of products on the market or into circulation
can be made for the administrative district of the regional health authorities
or part of the law of the regional hygiene station.
Legal regulation of the regional health authorities can to protect public health
order also large version (the municipality or borough)
special protective disinfection, insect and rodent control.

(2) Regional Public Health indicating the intention to issue a regulation pursuant to paragraph 1
Ministry of Health.

(3) The legislation referred to in paragraph 1 shall become entitled to Regulation

Regional health departments. Regulation, the regional health authorities must
be published. Announcement is made so that the regulation
published on the official board of the regional health authorities for at least 15 days.
Day of the announcement is the first day of its posting on the notice board of the regional health
station. This method of publication is a condition of validity of Regulation
county health officers. Regulation shall enter into force on the fifteenth day
following the date of its publication, unless it is otherwise provided.

(4) Regulation regional health departments are in addition obliged to fly
on its official board of the municipality specified in the regulation.
SECTION 3


Health Institutes and the National Health Institute

§ 86
Heading left


(1) The investigation and measurement components of living and working conditions
products for the investigation of biological material and implementation
biological exposure tests for performance
state health surveillance and for monitoring indicators of population health , monitoring
relationship of population health and environmental factors
environment and living and working conditions, preparing documents for
assessment and management of health risks and for the Institution
protection of public health as a component of the integrated rescue system, the
participation in the implementation of local programs of health protection and promotion, as well as
education to promote and protect public health and to provide
consulting services and other services in the field of public health to establish
health Institute Usti nad Labem and Ostrava.
The health institutes are subsidized organizations;
function of their founder fulfills the Ministry of Health. Health institutes may
main activities continue to provide occupational medicine services
specialized diagnostic and outpatient care in areas
microbiology, immunology, allergy and parasitology, perform
genotoxikologická and cytogenetic laboratory testing, testing anti
-HIV antibodies, reference activities, clinical trials
effects of drugs, vaccines and medical devices and focal
disinfection, insect and rodent control.

(2) To prepare documents for national health policy for the protection and promotion
health, providing methodological and reference activities in the area
protection of public health monitoring and research into the relationship of living conditions and health
, to international cooperation to control the quality of services provided
protecting public health, graduate
education in medical fields of health protection and promotion and health education of the population
establishing the National health Institute in
Prague. State Health Institute is an organization;
function of its founder fulfills the Ministry of Health. State Health Institute may
principal operations continue to perform scientific and research activities in
health protection and promotion, notification activity, the activity specified in paragraph 1
and activities for the exercise of this law otherwise provides
The conditions of authorization or accreditation.

(3) Health Institutes and the National Health Institute
providers of health services. Health institutions and the State Health Institute
are authorized to process to prepare the ground for the creation of state
health policy and monitor long-term trends in the incidence of infectious and
other epidemic diseases data on the health of natural
persons in connection with prevention of occurrence and spread of infectious diseases
, risk of occupational disease and other health damage from
work, exposure to harmful substances in individuals working and living environment and epidemiology
drug addiction and transmit them to the authorities to protect public
health.

(4) The statutory body health institutes and the National Public Health Institute
is a director who is appointed and dismissed by the proposal
Main Hygienist of the Czech Republic Minister of Health. Other tasks
health institutes and the National Public Health Institute set by the Ministry of Health
status.

(5) Health Institutes, referred to in paragraph 1 may carry out activities
for the pursuit of this Act lays down conditions for the authorization or accreditation
only if they fulfill this condition.

§ 87


Canceled SECTION 4


The rights and obligations of employees of public health authorities and responsibilities
controlled and others

§ 88


(1) Employees of public health authorities when performing tasks
public health protection and enforcement authority under this Act
directly applicable European Union regulations and special legal regulations
show a service card whose pattern
adjust the implementing legislation. Service card is for employees protection authorities
Public Health authorized to perform public health surveillance (
hereinafter referred to as "controlling") the mandate to control under a special legal regulation on the control
^ 85). If there is a spread of the disease, increased incidence
carriers of infectious diseases and harmful or
epidemiologically important arthropods, rodents and other animals and to detect outbreaks of disease
to regulation, execution and control of anti-epidemic measures
employees can body public health emergency
special cases entering the dwellings of natural persons
. The auditors are authorized to enter the dwelling individuals
to identify the source of noise and vibration, which was exceeded in protected areas
provided for in § 30 paragraph. 3 hygienic limit the noise or vibration
and to identify sources of non-ionizing radiation, which
was the site accessible to individuals exceeded the maximum value
non-ionizing radiation. Individuals must provide them with the input
allow and tolerate or implement measures ordered under this Act for
prevent the emergence and spread of infectious diseases.

(2) State health supervision that is exercised over compliance
hygienic limits for noise, vibration, non-ionizing radiation, sand
used to kids games in the sandbox and water quality, it launched the first act of the previous inspection
providing information about the controlled person
initiation of public health surveillance. Part of the information is a list
controlling.

(3) In cases where the breach may result
risk to life or health, the inspected person deemed
informed of the initiation of public health surveillance submitting
service card required person. Controlling the transmit and report on
check, drawn on the spot; This transfer has the effect of delivery
inspection protocol to the inspected person.
Against audit findings mentioned in the inspection report audited person may file objections
within 3 days of receipt of the inspection report. The deadline for objections
assessment leading control group or controlling
is 3 days from the date of receipt of complaints.

(4) The public health authorities are entitled to invite
performance of state health supervision in order to achieve its purpose
employee health department or the Public Health Institute;
If this is not possible, invite other professionally qualified individual.

(5) The auditors may, in justified cases, invite the person
to the specified time limit came into office
body for protection of public health or zoning office and presented there
documents necessary for the state health supervision ;
inspected person is obliged to obey this call, unless it proves a serious obstacle to
prevent the fulfillment of this obligation within the prescribed period.

(6) Employees of public health authorities in the performance
other tasks under this Act and special regulations, unless the
performance of state health supervision, are entitled to enter any land, premises
, buildings and other areas, if it is necessary for the performance
authorization, and are entitled

A) carry out measurements and collect samples and materials needed to perform the tasks
public health authorities; for sampling and measurement
buying Protocol

B) take pictorial documentation of the findings,

C) inspect the documents, other documents and records data from
make copies and extracts them and obtain written or oral explanations

D) to the extent necessary for the exercise of statutory authority to inspect
medical records provider of health services including medical documentation
employees led
provider of occupational services and to make copies of it and listings.

(7) A person who is fulfilling tasks of public health protection by
paragraph 6 applies is required to allow employees to protection authority

Public health to enter the land, premises, buildings and other
space and create additional conditions for fulfilling the tasks of
protection of public health, in particular the obligation to provide adequate cooperation
authorized staff of the public health by
paragraph sixth

(8) The public health authorities are entitled to invite
perform the tasks referred to in paragraph 6, in order to achieve their purpose
employee health department or the Public Health Institute, and if this is not possible
another expert competent natural person (hereinafter referred to as "invited person").
Public health authorities will issue an invited person commission and instruct
it of its rights and obligations when participating in the fulfillment of tasks by
first sentence. Invited persons have rights and obligations of the institution's staff
protection of public health within the scope of authority issued by the authority
protection of public health. Persons involved in the fulfillment of tasks of protection
public health concerns, are obliged to allow them to exercise authority in
scope of authority. Invited persons are obliged to maintain confidentiality of individual data
relating to individuals and business
secrets, which are proceeding under this Act
directly applicable regulations of the European Union or a special regulation
learned.

§ 88a

(1) Only workers with professional qualification to perform medical profession
doctors, health workers and other personnel with
competence to perform the profession ^ 51)
can perform the tasks of public health authorities, referred to in § 78 para. 1 point.
A) to c)

A) in the performance of state health supervision in the area of ​​prevention and
spread of infectious diseases and the fulfillment of obligations
providers of health services,

B) whose object is to determine the health of individuals, including
access to medical documentation

C) when assessing health risks

D) in the professional management of the business equipment executing
occupational services and streamlining operations
providers of health services in protection against infectious diseases including
hospital infections, diseases of contingent labor and other threats to the health of
work

E) when issuing vaccines

F) when carrying out checks of working conditions for the purposes of assessing
illnesses.

(2) pursuant to paragraph 1 doctor of medical staff and other
specialist with expertise for their
medical profession does not break the power of the medical profession
^ 51).

(3) Physicians, health care workers and other personnel with
professional qualifications for the medical profession, performing
action under paragraph 1 are obliged to pursue lifelong learning in
extent and under the conditions of a special regulation ^ 51).

(4) Recognition of qualification for the medical profession governed by specific legislation
^ 51).

§ 89

(1) Employees of public health authorities are obliged to maintain
confidentiality of individual data relating to individuals
and trade secrets, which are proceeding under this Act
directly applicable European Union regulations , a special regulation governing
health at work and the special laws governing
scope of public health authorities learned.
Breach of confidentiality is not, if such data
to the necessary extent communicated

A) upon written consent of the individual whom the information relates directly
,

B) public health authorities,

C) doctors in the provision of other necessary healthcare services

D) persons close ^ 52) and persons who have been during the incubation period in
contact with infectious diseases or resided in the outbreak case
about health data that are necessary for protection
public health

E) health insurance premiums for assessment and management of compensation and damages
District Social Security Administration to establish the margin

F) providers of occupational services authorized under a special legal regulation
61) to recognize an occupational illness or a medical condition
for assessing the risk of occupational disease,


G) labor inspection authorities ^ 53) in connection with an investigation of working
injury

H) authority child protection in relation to health
children and adolescents

I) the Ombudsman in connection with the investigation under special
Act.

(2) At the request of the public prosecutor and after the application
also Chairman of the Senate are public health authorities authorized to communicate
personal data relating to individuals and business
secrets, which are in the process of this law learned.

(3) On request of the Labour Office - regional branches or affiliates for major
City of Prague (hereinafter "the regional branch of the Labour Office")
authorities are entitled to protection of public health, in the case of accommodation services in accordance with §
21a of the third sentence, communicate personal data relating to natural persons
, which are proceeding under this Act learned and pass
regional branch of the Labour Office for the management of benefits in material need
required information. For these purposes, further protection authority
public health shall promptly forward the regional branch of the Labour Office in its
administrative district a copy of an enforceable decision imposing a fine or
corrective action under § 84 person specified in § 21a of the third sentence and
inform the regional office of the Labour Office to resume if
that was enforceable authority to protect public health by
§ 84 par. 1 point. b) refuse to provide accommodation service according to §
21a of the third sentence.

(4) The obligation to report certain facts stored in special legal regulations
not affected.

§ 90

(1) Admission to buildings, premises, rooms, buildings and equipment at
fulfillment of tasks in protecting public health and the cost of acquisition and transfer
protocols under § 4 para. 1 and § 6c paragraph. 1 point . d) § 6d, § 18 par. 3
public health authorities reimbursed. Public Health Authority
pay inspected person under control sample product taken
for purposes of public health surveillance, with the exception of the water sample and the sample
sand from sandboxes compensation, if it inspected person requests within a period of
6 months from the date on which it was made aware of the fact that
product has met the statutory requirements, a decision or measure
public health authorities. An amount equal to the price, however
public health protection authority granted in the case of a product that
does not meet the statutory requirements, a decision or measure
public health authorities.

(2) The control sample product taken for the purpose of verifying the conditions of developing the disease
assessment of occupational disease or validate changes
health status assessment of occupational disease
pay for public health protection authority employers or physical a person who
performs activities or provides services outside labor relations ^ 84)
where the sample was removed by an amount equal to the price-53a) at which these products are issued by
persons if a refund request within
within 6 months from the date on which they were familiar with the fact that it was
provider of occupational services relevant to a medical opinion or
enforceable decision of the competent administrative authority determined that
workplace employers or individuals,
which carries out activities or services outside labor relations ^ 84)
occupational illness or occupational disease risk avoidance.

(3) An amount equal to the price provided for in paragraph 2 public health protection authority
granted in accordance with a medical report issued by the provider of occupational
services relevant to a medical opinion about
occupational illness or occupational disease risk
or enforceable decision of the competent administrative authority was an occupational disease or
risk of occupational disease recognized.

§ 91


Canceled Section 2


Administrative offenses and offenses
Imposition of fines


§ 92

Offenses in the area of ​​occupational health and provision of occupational services


(1) A natural person as an employer commits an offense that

A) comply with the obligation to categorize the works according to § 37 para. 2, or 5

B) failed to record or does not give notification pursuant to § 37 para. 4

C) does not fulfill the obligation in connection with the crossing of biological
exposure test under § 39 par. 2,


D) fails to comply with the obligation to register hazardous work according to § 40

E) does not fulfill the obligation in connection with the use of biological agents or asbestos
according to § 41

F) fails to comply with the arbitration method specified by § 80 paragraph. 4

G) fails in connection with a subsequent medical examination ordered
obligation pursuant to § 82 para. 4

H) fails way or the minimum frequency monitoring body loading factors
employees working conditions imposed pursuant to § 82 para. 2
point. f)

I) when working with a factor of working conditions not governed by legal regulations
remiss) when working with a factor pr imposed under §
82 par. 2 point. n)

J) fails to comply with an obligation imposed pursuant to § 84 para. 1 point. p) or in a), or

K) fails to fulfill an obligation under the directly applicable European Union
section of registration, authorization and restriction of chemicals
allow employees to access information on the chemical or chemical mixtures
which uses or is exposed ^ 78).

(2) A natural person as an employer commits an offense that
fulfill the obligation imposed to protect health according to § 84 para. 1 point. s) or
w).

(3) A natural person as an employer commits an offense that
in violation of the law on securing other conditions for safety and health at work
in the field of occupational health

A) fails to ensure that the workplace or working conditions for employees
match the set hygienic requirement

B) ensuring that a machine, technical equipment, transport means or tools were
health at work suitable for the job
equipped, maintained or adjusted to suit the ergonomic
request | ||
C) fails to set out the procedure for identifying risk factor
working conditions, assessment of its health risk or exposure employee
risk factor

D) take action to reduce the risk factors specified minimum
measures to protect the health,

E) fails to set measurement of risk factors,

F) fulfill the obligation to identify or check the value
risk factor

G) does not ensure that risk factor were eliminated or at least limited
to the lowest reasonably achievable,

H) does not detect the cause of exceeding the hygienic limit risk factor

I) fails to inform the employee that the incidence of biological agents
groups of 2, 3 or 4 can not be removed or exceeding
risk factor can not be reduced below a specified maximum value,

J) does not disable the source of the risk factor of traffic or stop work
if it is not possible to ensure protection of health workers

K) fails to work with asbestos, chemical carcinogens or
biological agent or work process with the risk of chemical carcinogenicity
was performed in a controlled area,

L) controlled Gaza does not mark or fails so do not enter it
employee that it does not perform work, repair, maintenance,
examination, revision control, surveillance or further work needed to protect
health

M) does not keep records about the controlled zone or employees who do
controlled zone enters or has held job

N) violates the ban on the performance of work or fails to comply with the ban
work or activities in controlled areas

O) does not reserve a special space for an activity that is in the controlled zone
banned or

P) as the contractor fails to submit documentation on the risk arising from the
selected operation or technological process or as another person
fails to submit information on the circumstances which could in activity on the site
endanger life or damage health.

(4) A natural person as an employer commits an offense that
against the labor law in the field of occupational health

A) comply with the obligation systematically seek dangerous agents and processes
working environment and working conditions not determined the cause or source
,

B) fails to comply with the obligation to periodically check the level of the risk factor
working conditions

C) fails to comply with the obligation to comply with the established method or the method of determination or evaluation
risk factor

D) does not find documentation or evaluation
risk factor or adopted measures to minimize the risk

E) fails to comply with the obligation to carry out such measures to work classified as

Risk could be categorized as a lower

F) fails to comply with the obligation to adjust the measures adopted to minimize the risk
altered facts

G) fails to undertake compliance monitoring measures to minimize
risk

H) does not maintain personal protective working means consumable status

I) failing to provide employees with personal protective work means to him or
provide personal protective agent which does not set
requirement

J) Provide security personnel break

K) fails to comply with the obligation to provide employees on workplace safety
beverage

L) fails to fulfill the obligation in relation to the occurrence of occupational disease,

M) failure to protect the health of individuals staying with her knowledge
at his workplace against the risks for health,

N) allows the employee to perform prohibited work or work
whose demands would be inconsistent with his fitness,

O) informs employees what category it was performed work included
,

P) fails to work in a given case, it had only
employee who has a valid health card or submitted
special vaccination or have evidence of resistance to infection,

Q) informs employees that service provider of occupational him
provides occupational medicine services, or what kinds of vaccinations, which
preventive examinations or investigations related to work performance
is obliged to undergo,

R) to allow employees to undergo prescribed or imposed preventive
inspection or examination or fixed vaccination

S) fails on receipt of the employee, his conversion, transfer or
change in working conditions, change in employment status or type of work
introduction of new technology or change in production or working
means, technological change or workflow or, in the case
which has or may have a significant impact on health at work
, its employees or employees of agencies, which was
temporarily assigned to the employer, information or advice on health protection
or fails to ensure that the employee received another employer
information or advice on health, or informs the employee
exposure or risk factor necessary measures to protect its
health or the health of her child,

T) fails on receipt of the employee, his conversion, transfer or
change in working conditions, change in employment status or type of work
introduction of new technology or change in production or working
means, technological change or workflow or, in the case
which has or may have a significant impact on health at
job training its employees on the risks arising from physical, chemical or biological
factor working conditions of unfavorable microclimate conditions
, physical or mental
load

U) fails to keep documentation for information, instruction or training

V) fails to comply with the ban on smoking in the workplace,

W) conclude an agreement to coordinate the implementation of measures to protect the health of workers
several employers or employer agreement authorized
coordinate the implementation of measures to protect the health
employees

X) employs a pregnant employee, an employee who is breastfeeding or
employee-mother to the ninth month after childbirth
work or work to which those workers prohibited

Y) employ a juvenile employee works or in the workplace that
minors are forbidden to employees, or to comply with condition under which
juvenile employee may exceptionally perform this work because of the preparation
to profession, or || |
Z) leads the list of young employees.

(5) A natural person as a user, to which he is seconded
temporary agency worker, or an employer to which the employee is posted
employer in a Member State of the European Union,
commits an offense by not ensuring that employees health at work
against the risks arising from physical, chemical or biological factor
working conditions of unfavorable
microclimate conditions, physical or mental stress, although the
it has an obligation under the code work.

(6) A natural person as an employer commits an offense that

Conflict with the specific health services ^ 61)

A) fails to conclude a contract for the provision of occupational services

B) fails to perform occupational examinations of providers of occupational
service provider or registering
employees or jobseekers

C) fails conclude a new or existing written contract with
provider of occupational services when changing the classification of work into
category or activity changes of occupational services that have
unwanted

D) when engaging employees to work does not follow the conclusions of the medical
report on fitness or

E) does not send the employee who made the request for extraordinary examination of occupational
.

(7) For an offense to be fined up

A) 3,000,000 CZK, in the case of an offense under subsection 1. a), h), i)
or j) to paragraph 3. d), e), f), g), h), j), k), l), n) or p)
to paragraph 4. a), b), n), x), or y) or paragraph 5

B) 2,000,000 CZK, in the case of an offense under subsection 1. c), d) or e
), para 3. a) or b) or to paragraph 4. e), f), h), i)
j), k), l), m), p), or r)

C) 1,000,000 CZK, in the case of an offense under paragraph 2, para 3.
C), m) or) to paragraph 4. g), paragraph 6

D) CZK 500,000 in the case of an offense under subsection 1. g) or
to paragraph 4. w)
e) 100 000 CZK in the case of an offense under paragraph 1

Point. f) or k), para 3. i) to paragraph 4. c), d), o), q)
s) t) u) or v)

F) CZK 50 000, in the case of an offense under subsection 1. b) or to paragraph 4
. from).

§ 92a

Administrative offenses in the area of ​​product safety

(1) Manufacturer, importer, person responsible ^ 63), distributor or retailer
products coming into direct contact with water, subject
normal use or chemicals or chemical mixtures used for water treatment
drinking or hot water commits an administrative offense by

A) fails to comply with the notification obligation pursuant § 76 point. a)

B) does not fulfill the obligation under § 76 point. b) or

C) give or deliver a product on the market, into circulation, distributes, offers
issues or sells a product in contradiction with the decision pursuant to § 84 par. 1
point. C).

(2) The manufacturer or importer of products coming into direct contact with water or
manufacturer or importer of a chemical or chemical mixture
intended for water treatment for drinking or hot commits an administrative offense
that

A) fails composition as defined in § 5 para. 1 or authorized under § 5, paragraph
. 5

B) failing to label the product according to § 5 para. 1, or

C) equips product instructions pursuant to § 5. 3rd

(3) The enterprise-27b), the manufacturer or importer
normal use specified in § 25 point. a) commits an administrative offense by

A) comply with the obligation imposed in a decision issued on the basis
directly applicable EU regulations governing the performance of official controls
^ 86)

B) contrary to § 26 par. 1 or the applicable regulations of the European Union in the field
materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs ^ 87)

First or shall deliver to the market a product which is not safe, or perform
good manufacturing practice

Second comply with the obligation to test or evaluate compliance with the requirements laid down
composition or characteristics of the product

Third Documentation does not test or evaluation of compliance with the requirement to set
composition or characteristics of the product, or it does not result in
given range

Fourth not recall the product, stating

Fifth fails to pack the product in a safe container

6th or shall deliver to the market a product that does not set
data

7th to meet the requirement on labeling, advertising or presentation
product or

8th not ensure traceability, or

C) fails to comply with any other obligation under the directly applicable European Union
in the field of materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs ^ 87)
than those referred to in point b).

(4) Responsible ^ 63), the manufacturer, importer or distributor object
current use referred to in § 25 point. b)
or legal person or a natural person who accepted credentials as a responsible person
^ 63), commits an administrative offense by

A) contrary to § 27 para. 1 or a directly applicable regulation
European Union on cosmetic products ^ 63)


First or shall deliver to the market a product which is not safe,

Second comply with the obligation for the safety assessment of the product

Third complying with their obligations in relation to the product information file,

Fourth comply with the notification obligation in bringing the product to market
or content of nanomaterials in products,

Fifth fails to comply with good manufacturing practice

6th failing to perform the collection or analysis of a sample of the product

7th fails information or notification obligation if the product
poses a risk to human health in relation to the serious adverse event
product

8th violates the ban in relation to tests on animals

9th or shall deliver to the market a product that does not set
data

10th during labeling, presentation or delivery to market or advertise a product
uses text, name, trademark, images, or other character that attaches
product features or functions that do not,

11th fails to comply with the obligation to label the product in Czech language

12th in the case of justified does not take immediate corrective measures necessary to
the product into compliance with the stipulated requirements or withdraw it from the market or
circulation

13th does not work with public health authorities to its request for
measures to eliminate the risk caused by the product or

14th fails public health authorities at the request
information or documentation to demonstrate product compliance with specified requirements,

B) fails to comply with an obligation imposed by a decision issued on the basis
directly applicable EU regulations on cosmetic products ^ 63), or


C) fails to comply with another obligation under the directly applicable regulations of the European Union
on cosmetic products ^ 63) than that specified in subparagraph a).

(5) The manufacturer, importer or distributor of commonly used
referred to in § 25 point. c) commits an administrative offense by
in conflict with § 26 par. 1 and 3

A) indicate to market or distribute a product which is not safe, or

B) fails to fulfill the obligation to indicate the product or be fitted with a declaration or
instructions.

(6) Distributor of products coming into direct contact with water,
chemicals or chemical mixtures used for water treatment for drinking or hot
commits an administrative offense by

A) distributes the product coming into direct contact with water or
chemical or chemical mixture intended for water treatment for drinking or hot water
that does not meet sanitary requirement set
under § 5 para. 1, or authorized under § 5 para. 5, or

B) distributes the product coming into direct contact with water or
chemical or chemical mixture intended for water treatment for drinking or hot
without instructions pursuant to § 5. 3rd

(7) Distributor ^ 63) of the object of common use referred to in § 25 point. b)
commits an administrative offense if it conflicts with the requirements under
directly applicable EU regulations on cosmetic products ^ 63)

A) delivers to the market a product for which it has reason to believe that it is not in accordance with the established
requirement

B) fails to set storage or transport conditions of the product

C) gives the market a product in which the sign is not fixed figure

D) fails to comply with another obligation under the directly applicable regulations of the European Union
on cosmetic products ^ 63) than those listed in subparagraphs
a) to c).

(8) A legal or natural person commits an administrative offense by
, to market the subject of normal use specified in § 25
point. b) without specifying the person responsible.

(9) The manufacturer or importer of products coming into direct contact with water
commits an administrative offense if it fails verification in accordance with § 5, paragraph
. second

(10) Agent object of common use commits an administrative offense
that

A) not place objects of common use expires
minimum durability or separately such objects of common use
clearly identifies,

B) fails to fulfill the obligation pursuant to § 27 para. 2, or

C) provides for the sale of the current use of expired
minimum durability, which is not safe.

(11) the seller of the object of common use referred to in § 25 point.
C) commits an administrative offense if it fails to fulfill the obligation under § 26 paragraph
. 4th

(12) for an administrative offense shall be fined up


A) 3,000,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. c)
paragraph 2. a) para 3. b) point 1 or 2, paragraph 4
point. a) 1, 2, 5, 7, 12 or 13, paragraph 5. a), paragraph 6
point. a), paragraph 7, letter. a) or paragraph 10 point. c)

B) 2,000,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. a) or b
), para 3. a) or c), paragraph 4 letter. a) section 10 or 14, paragraph 4
point. b) or c), paragraph 7, letter. d) paragraphs 9 or 11,

C) 1,000,000 CZK, for an administrative offense pursuant to paragraph 2. b)
or c) para 3. b) section 6 or 8, paragraph 4 letter. a) point 8, paragraph 6
point. b), paragraph 7, letter. b) paragraph 8 or paragraph 10
point. b)

D) 500,000 CZK, for an administrative offense pursuant to paragraph 3. b) point
3, 4, 5 or 7, paragraph 4 letter. a) paragraphs 3, 4, 6 or 9, paragraph 5
point. b) or paragraph 7, letter. c)

E) 100 000 CZK, for an administrative tort pursuant to paragraph 4. a) point
11

F) 50,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 10 point. and).

§ 92b

Administrative offenses in the field of water quality protection

(1) The legal entity or a natural person as the person referred to in paragraph 3 §
. 2 commits an administrative offense that

A) deliver drinking water that meets the sanitary requirement in § 3
. 1, released under § 3 para. 4 or designated pursuant to § 3 and § 4
paragraph. 6

B) does not check the quality of drinking water in accordance with § 4 para. 1
or decision issued under § 4 para. 4, 6 or schema checks provided
according to § 3a par. 7

C) notifies the incidence of substance or microorganism under § 4 para. 6

D) uses water supply technology, chemical or chemical mixture
contrary to § 5 para. 8

E) submits a remedy in the quality of drinking water according to § 3a par. 2

F) failing to ensure drinking water supply in accordance with § 3a par. 8, or

G) fails to comply with the notification obligation pursuant to § 3a par. 8 or § 4 para. 3, 5 or 6.


(2) Manufacturer of hot water commits an administrative offense by

A) manufactures or supplies hot water in contravention of § 3 para. 3,

B) used in the treatment of hot water a chemical or chemical mixture in
contrary to § 5 para. 10, or

C) fails to meet the disclosure duty under § 4 para. 5th

(3) A legal or natural person as the person referred to in § 3
paragraph. 2, § 18 par. 2, § 21 par. 2 and § 41a or the producer of hot water
commits an administrative offense by violating a prohibition or restriction or
corrective action has been imposed pursuant to § 84 para. 1 point. E).

(4) A legal or natural person as the person referred to in § 3
paragraph. 2, a manufacturer of hot water or subscriber drinking or hot water
commits an administrative offense by failing to collect, collection, transport, treatment,
distribution, accumulation and measurement of raw or drinking water or for similar purposes
uses the product in conflict with § 5, paragraph 11.

(5) Customer drinking or hot water, or a person in a similar situation
which draws drinking or hot water in the building where such
water supplied to the public, commits an administrative offense that contrary to § 4
paragraph. 5

A) neprošetří cause failure indicator value or quality of drinking
warm water or

B) take effective corrective action.

(6) A person carrying on business epidemiologically serious or person providing care
commits an administrative offense if it is used without permission
different water quality.

(7) legal entity or a natural person as an employer
committed an administrative offense, that the production of hot water for personal hygiene
employees fulfill the obligation under § 41a.

(8) An administrative offense shall be fined up

A) 3,000,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. a)
paragraph 2. a) paragraphs 3, 4 or 5

B) 2,000,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. b) d)
or f) or paragraph 2. b)

C) 1,000,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. c)

D) 500,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 6 or 7

E) 100 000 CZK, for an administrative tort pursuant to paragraph 1. e) or
g) or paragraph 2. C).

§ 92c

Administrative offenses in the field of swimming pools and saunas

(1) A natural or artificial swimming pool or sauna,
person referred to in § 6d or caregivers who operates a swimming pool or a sauna
, commits an administrative offense by


A) comply with the obligation to ensure the safety of bathers individuals
according to § 6a sect. 1

B) fails to comply with an obligation imposed pursuant to § 84 para. 1 point. i) or g)

C) fails to laboratory testing of water under § 6c paragraph. 1 point. a)

D) does not report on the outcome of inspections under § 6c paragraph. 1 point. d)

E) does not maintain a protocol under § 6c paragraph. 1 point. c) or

F) fails to meet the disclosure duty under § 6b.

(2) A natural or artificial swimming pool or sauna with
committed an administrative offense, contrary to § 6c paragraph. 1 point. e)
not meet hygiene requirement for breakdowns, equipment or operation
natural or artificial swimming pool or sauna.

(3) A natural or artificial swimming pool or sauna or
person providing care, which has a swimming pool, commits an administrative offense
that fails to meet an obligation imposed pursuant to § 84 para. 1 point. F).

(4) The artificial swimming pool or sauna commits an administrative offense
that

A) comply with the obligation under § 6f paragraph. 1 point. a), b), c), d), e) or g
)

B) disclose information pursuant to § 6f paragraph. 1 point. f), or

C) does not fulfill the obligation under § 6f paragraph. 1 point. h).

(5) The operator of a natural swimming pool or the person referred to in § 6d
committed an administrative offense not to carry out additional tests
water quality in accordance with § 6b paragraph. 1st

(6) The operator of a natural swimming operated on
surface waters or person referred to in § 6d commits an administrative offense by

A) violates a temporary or permanent ban on the use of bathing water is stored
under § 82a paragraph. 1 point. c)

B) fails to additional tests or additional water sample, or

C) does not fulfill the obligation under § 82a paragraph. 1 point. b).

(7) An administrative offense shall be fined up

A) 3,000,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. a) or b
)

B) 2,000,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. c)
paragraph 3, paragraph 4 letter. a) or c) of paragraph 5 or 6

C) 1,000,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 2

D) 100 000 CZK, for an administrative tort pursuant to paragraph 1. d) or
f)

E) CZK 50 000, in the case of an administrative offense under paragraph 1. e) or paragraph 4
point. b).

§ 92d

Administrative offenses in the field of education, training and recovery of children and adolescents


(1) Equipment for education and training, legal or business
natural person engaged in a trade mentioned in § 7 para. 1 or
provider of childcare services in a group of children in the case of care for more than
12 children at the same time commits an administrative offense, contrary to § 7 paragraph
. 1 or a decision according to § 14 fails to hygiene requirement
operations, space requirements, equipment, lighting, heating,
climatic conditions, water supply, cleaning or handling
linen.

(2) Equipment for training and education commits an administrative offense by
to fulfill the obligation under § 7 para. 3rd

(3) School of sending children to school in nature, legal or
a natural person as the organizing entity referred to in § 8.
2 or § 11a commits an administrative offense by

A) comply with reporting obligation pursuant to § 8 par. 3 and 4

B) sends or receives a child in conflict with § 9. 1 or 3, or

C) does not fulfill the obligation under § 11 paragraph. 1st

(4) School of sending children to school in nature, legal or
a natural person as the organizing entity referred to in § 8. 2
§ 11 or § 12, commits an administrative offense by || |
A) take the business to the recovery action similar action, educational and recreational
camp or school in nature as a natural person supervision,
medic or a person employed in the food that does not meet the conditions set out in §
10 paragraph. 1 or 3, or

B) fails to comply with an obligation imposed pursuant to § 84 para. 1 point. to).

(5) A legal or natural person as the person organizing
mentioned in § 8 par. 2 and § 11a commits an administrative offense by

A) contrary to Article 8 §. 2

First fails to comply with hygiene requirement for placement or recreational events
educational and recreational events, breakdown structures or facilities, equipment,
lighting, cleaning, water supply, waste disposal and sewage
for accommodation, meals or daily regimen, or


Second respecting the prohibition or condition of the food or its administration
use when preparing food, or

B) contrary to § 11 para. 2 does mentoring individuals active in
recovery action or educational-recreational event.

(6) A legal or natural person as the person who holds
another similar event for children according to § 12, commits an administrative offense
that contrary to § 12 does not ensure the hygienic condition of the device || | or supply of drinking water action.

(7) An administrative offense shall be fined up

A) 30 000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1, 3, 4, paragraph 5
point. a) or paragraph 6

B) 5 000 CZK, for an administrative tort pursuant to paragraph 2 or 5
point. b).

§ 92e

Administrative offenses in the field of internal environment of buildings and outdoor playing surfaces


(1) User buildings mentioned in § 13 para. 1 commits an administrative offense
by not ensuring that the internal environment of residential rooms in this building
match hygienic limits of chemical, physical or biological indicator
.

(2) The outdoor play area designed for children to play
commits an administrative offense by

A) contrary to § 13 para. 2 does not ensure that the sand is not microbially, or parasitic
chemically contaminated, or

B) violates the prohibition imposed under § 84 par. 1 point. h).

(3) For an administrative offense under paragraph 1 or 2 shall be fined up to 2,000
000 CZK.

§ 92f

Administrative offenses in the area of ​​operations epidemiologically

(1) The activity epidemiologically serious commits an administrative offense
that contrary to § 21

A) fails to comply with the principle of operational hygiene,

B) failing to apply the knowledge and principles of personal hygiene or operating
employee or family member of a cooperative,

C) fails to ensure that the performance of work epidemiologically serious
avoid danger or harm,

D) allows an individual performance epidemiologically serious activity in
conflict with § 19 para. 3, or

E) uses a cosmetic product that does not meet directly applicable regulation
EU-63).

(2) A legal or natural person as the operator
barber, hairdresser, manicure, pedicure, cosmetic, massage or
regeneration and reconditioning services or activities in which it is violated
skin integrity, commits administrative offense that contrary to § 21 paragraph
. 3 does not ensure a first aid kit equipped by nature
services.

(3) A legal or natural person as the operator
cosmetic, massage, recovery and reconditioning services, hairdresser, barber
, pedicures, manicures, tanning or activity, during which it
violated the integrity of the skin, commits an administrative offense by violating the prohibition under §
22nd

(4) The food business operator operating a catering service
also commits an administrative offense by

A) contrary to § 23 para. 5, § 24 para. 1 point. c)
or directly applicable regulations of the European Union in the field of food law ^ 88)

First It provides food service establishment, which does not
general or specific requirement

Second to meet the requirement on mobile or temporary traffic
vending machine or other premises in which food is prepared to regularly
marketing,

Third meet the requirement to transport food or food,

Fourth meet the requirement of the device establishment

Fifth fails to comply with the requirement for storage or disposal of food waste
,

6th fail to meet water supply

7th fails to comply with regulations for foodstuffs as regards the adoption of the food, its
storage, protection against contamination, the procedures for controlling access
pests, maintaining specified temperatures, heat treatment, cooling or packaging
,

8th does not provide training

9th does not create or load a procedure based on the principles arising from
procedures based on critical control points, it does not follow
or fails to evidence that meets the requirements of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points
,

10th fails to file a notice of initiation or significant change in activity

11th administered food which is not safe

12th not ensure traceability, or

13th failing to ensure that the food meets the nutritional requirement


B) fails to comply with any other obligation under the directly applicable European Union
in the area of ​​food law ^ 88) than is specified in subparagraph a)

C) fails to comply with an obligation imposed measures issued on the basis
directly applicable EU regulations governing the performance of official controls
^ 86)

D) contrary to § 23 para. 4 does not allow an individual with physical disabilities
entry into eating part of the establishment, accompanied by a guide or assistance dog
,

E) does not fulfill the obligation pursuant to § 24 para. 1 point. a) or b)

F) fails to comply with an obligation imposed pursuant to § 82 par. 2 point. q)
or perform the procedure under § 24 para. 1 point. d)

G) comply with the obligation to perform any deterioration or destruction of food,
raw materials, semi-finished or food stored under § 84 par. 1 point.
U) or proven performance deterioration or destruction,

H) used in the manufacture or preparation of food wild mushrooms without
certificate pursuant to § 24 para. 2, or

I) fails to comply with an obligation imposed pursuant to § 84 para. 1 point. n).

(5) An administrative offense shall be fined up

A) 3,000,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. c)
or to paragraph 4. a) 1 or 11,

B) 2,000,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. a), b) or e
), paragraphs 3, 4 odsstavce point. a) paragraph 7 or paragraph 4 letter.
B), c), f), g) or i)

C) 1,000,000 CZK, for an administrative offense pursuant to paragraph 4. a) point
2, 4 or 9, or to paragraph 4. e)

D) 500,000 CZK, for an administrative tort pursuant to paragraph 4. a) point
3, 6 or 12

E) 100 000 CZK, for an administrative tort pursuant to paragraph 4. a) Section 5
or 13

F) 50,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. d)
paragraphs 2, 4 point. a) point 8 or 10 or to paragraph 4. d)
or h).

§ 92 g

Administrative Offences for the protection against noise, vibration and nonionizing radiation


(1) A legal or natural person who uses or operates
source of noise or vibrations, operator, manager or owner
source of noise or vibration, or a legal or natural person
as the organizer of a public production music or as a person who
for organizing public music production provided the building, facility or
land, commits an administrative offense that contrary to § 30 paragraph. 1
assurance not to exceed hygienic limit noise or vibration.

(2) A legal or natural person who uses or operates
source of noise or vibration, or a source of non-ionizing radiation
operator, manager or owner of the source of noise or vibration or
legal or natural person as the organizer of public
music production or a person holding a public music production
gave the building, equipment or land, commits an administrative offense
that fails to suspend operation or use
sources of noise vibration imposed pursuant to § 84 par. 1 point. m).

(3) The airport operator, which provides annually more than 50,000 takeoffs or landings
or military airfield commits an administrative offense
that

A) contrary to § 31 para. 3 propose the establishment of the noise protection
zone or

B) on the basis of expert opinion fails to perform according to § 31 para. 4th

(4) A legal or natural person commits an administrative offense
that contrary to § 33 in a protected space inside
construction machinery or equipment is a fundamental frequency of 4 to 8 Hz.

(5) A legal or natural person who uses or operates
source of non-ionizing radiation, commits an administrative offense
that

A) comply with the obligation pursuant to § 35 para. 2 point. a) or d)

B) contrary to § 35 para. 3 does not stop traffic or the use of non-ionizing radiation sources
,

C) does not proceed in accordance with § 35 para. 2 point. b) or

D) does not fulfill the obligation under § 35 par. 2 point. C).

(6) The manufacturer or importer of laser commits an administrative offense by
fails to fulfill the obligation under § 36.

(7) The operator of a service, which is used for body care
source of non-ionizing radiation, commits an administrative offense if it conflicts with
§ 35 paragraph. 4

A) does or keep records or

B) terminates operation of non-ionizing radiation sources after exhausting time
operation of the source of non-ionizing radiation.

(8) An administrative offense shall be fined up


A) 3,000,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5
point. a) or b)

B) 1,000,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 7 letter. b)

C) 500,000 CZK, for an administrative tort pursuant to paragraph 5. c)
or paragraph 6

D) 100,000 CZK, for an administrative offense pursuant to paragraph 5. d) or paragraph 7
point. and).

§ 92h

Administrative offenses in the field of occupational health and provision of occupational services


(1) The legal entity or a natural person as an employer
committed an administrative offense that

A) comply with the obligation to categorize the works according to § 37 para. 2, or 5

B) failed to record or does not give notification pursuant to § 37 para. 4

C) does not fulfill the obligation in connection with the crossing of biological
exposure test under § 39 par. 2

D) fails to comply with the obligation to register hazardous work according to § 40

E) does not fulfill the obligation in connection with the use of biological agents or asbestos
according to § 41

F) fails to comply with the arbitration method specified by § 80 paragraph. 4

G) fails in connection with a subsequent medical examination ordered
obligation pursuant to § 82 para. 4

H) fails way or the minimum frequency monitoring body loading factors
employees working conditions imposed pursuant to § 82 para. 2
point. f)

I) when working with a factor of working conditions not governed by legal regulations
comply with an obligation imposed pursuant to § 82 par. 2 point. n)

J) fails to comply with an obligation imposed pursuant to § 84 para. 1 point. p), t) or v), or


K) fails to fulfill an obligation under the directly applicable European Union
section of registration, authorization and restriction of chemicals
allow employees to access information on the chemical or chemical mixtures
which uses or is exposed ^ 78).

(2) A legal or natural person
as employer or self-employed individual who performs activities or providing services outside labor relations
^ 84), commits an administrative offense if it fails to comply with an obligation imposed
to protect health according to § 84 para. 1 point. s) or
w).

(3) A legal or natural person as an employer
committed an administrative offense, in violation of the law to ensure
other conditions occupational safety and health in the sector
Health at Work | ||
A) fails to ensure that the workplace or working conditions for employees
match the set hygienic requirement

B) ensuring that a machine, technical equipment, transport means or tools were
health at work suitable for the job
equipped, maintained or adjusted to suit the ergonomic
request | ||
C) fails to set out the procedure for identifying risk factor
working conditions, assessment of its health risk or exposure employee
risk factor

D) take action to reduce the risk factors specified minimum
measures to protect the health,

E) fails to set measurement of risk factors,

F) fulfill the obligation to identify or check the value
risk factor

G) does not ensure that risk factor were eliminated or at least limited
to the lowest reasonably achievable,

H) does not detect the cause of exceeding the hygienic limit risk factor

I) fails to inform the employee that the incidence of biological agents
groups of 2, 3 or 4 can not be removed or exceeding
risk factor can not be reduced below a specified maximum value,

J) does not disable the source of the risk factor of traffic or stop work
if it is not possible to ensure protection of health workers

K) fails to work with asbestos, chemical carcinogens or
biological agent or work process with the risk of chemical carcinogenicity
was performed in a controlled area,

L) controlled Gaza does not mark or fails so do not enter it
employee that it does not perform work, repair, maintenance,
examination, revision control, surveillance or further work needed to protect
health

M) does not keep records about the controlled zone or employees who do
controlled zone enters or has held job

N) violates the ban on the performance of work or fails to comply with the ban
work or activities in controlled areas

O) does not reserve a special space for an activity that is controlled

Band banned or

P) as the contractor fails to submit documentation on the risk arising from the
selected operation or technological process or as another person
fails to submit information on the circumstances which could in activity on the site
endanger life or damage health.

(4) A legal entity or a natural person as an employer
commits an administrative offense that contrary to the Labour Code to stretch
occupational health

A) comply with the obligation systematically seek dangerous agents and processes
working environment and working conditions not determined the cause or source
,

B) fails to comply with the obligation to periodically check the level of the risk factor
working conditions

C) fails to comply with the obligation to comply with the established method or the method of determination or evaluation
risk factor

D) does not find documentation or evaluation
risk factor or adopted measures to minimize the risk

E) fails to comply with the obligation to carry out such measures to work classified as
risk could be categorized as a lower

F) fails to comply with the obligation to adjust the measures adopted to minimize the risk
altered facts

G) fails to undertake compliance monitoring measures to minimize
risk

H) does not maintain personal protective working means consumable status

I) failing to provide employees with personal protective work means to him or
provide personal protective agent which does not set
requirement

J) Provide security personnel break

K) fails to comply with the obligation to provide employees on workplace safety
beverage

L) fails to fulfill the obligation in relation to the occurrence of occupational disease,

M) failure to protect the health of individuals staying with her knowledge
at his workplace against the risks for health,

N) allows the employee to perform prohibited work or work
whose demands would be inconsistent with his fitness,

O) informs employees what category it was performed work included
,

P) fails to work in a given case, it had only
employee who has a valid health card or submitted
special vaccination or have evidence of resistance to infection,

Q) informs employees that service provider of occupational him
provides occupational medicine services, or what kinds of vaccinations, which
preventive examinations or investigations related to work performance
is obliged to undergo,

R) to allow employees to undergo prescribed or imposed preventive
inspection or examination or fixed vaccination

S) fails on receipt of the employee, his conversion, transfer or
change in working conditions, change in employment status or type of work
introduction of new technology or change in production or working
means, technological change or workflow or, in the case
which has or may have a significant impact on health at work
, its employees or employees of agencies, which was
temporarily assigned to the employer, information or advice on health protection
or fails to ensure that the employee received another employer
information or advice on health, or informs the employee
exposure or risk factor necessary measures to protect its
health or the health of her child,

T) fails on receipt of the employee, his conversion, transfer or
change in working conditions, change in employment status or type of work
introduction of new technology or change in production or working
means, technological change or workflow or, in the case
which has or may have a significant impact on health at
job training its employees on the risks arising from physical, chemical or biological
factor working conditions of unfavorable microclimate conditions
, physical or mental
load

U) fails to keep documentation for information, instruction or training

V) fails to comply with the ban on smoking in the workplace,

W) conclude an agreement to coordinate the implementation of measures to protect the health of workers
several employers or employer agreement authorized
coordinate the implementation of measures to protect the health
employees


X) employs a worker, a pregnant employee, an employee who
breastfeeding, or employee-mother to the ninth month after childbirth
work or workplace to which those workers prohibited

Y) employ a juvenile employee works or in the workplace that are prohibited to minors
employees, or fails to comply with condition under which
juvenile employee may exceptionally perform this work because of the preparation
to profession, or || |
Z) leads the list of young employees.

(5) A legal or natural person as the user to which the
temporarily assigned temporary agency worker, or an employer to
which is posted employee of an employer in another Member State
EU commits administrative offense by not ensuring that employees
health at work from the risk arising from
physical, chemical or biological factor working conditions
of unfavorable microclimate conditions, physical or mental stress
, though to It has an obligation under the labor Code.

(6) Entrepreneurs who performs activities or providing services
outside labor relations ^ 84), commits an administrative offense
that does not take into account the conditions of practice or
adequate service measures to protect the health,
although it has the obligation under a special law on
securing other conditions for safety and health at work ^ 84).

(7) legal entity or a natural person as an employer
committed an administrative offense, in violation of the law on specific health services
^ 61)

A) fails to conclude a contract for the provision of occupational services

B) fails to perform occupational examinations of providers of occupational
service provider or registering
employees or jobseekers

C) fails conclude a new or existing written contract with
provider of occupational services when changing the classification of work into
category or activity changes of occupational services that have
unwanted

D) when engaging employees to work does not follow the conclusions of the medical
report on fitness or

E) does not send the employee who made the request for extraordinary examination of occupational
.

(8) The provider of occupational services commits an administrative offense
that

A) the employer informs the data according to § 39 paragraph. 3,
not respect the conditions for collection of biological material, or

B) fails to fulfill the obligation pursuant to § 82 para. 4th

(9) An administrative offense shall be fined up

A) 3,000,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. a), h)
i) or j), para 3. d), e), f), g), h), j), k), l), n) or p
) to paragraph 4. a), b), n), x), or y) or paragraph 5

B) 2,000,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. c), d) or e
), para 3. a) or b), paragraph 4 letter. e), f), h), i)
j), k), l), m), p), or r) or paragraph 6

C) 1,000,000 CZK, for an administrative tort pursuant to paragraphs 2, 3
point. c) m) or a), paragraph 4 letter. g), paragraph 7 or paragraph 8
point. a)

D) CZK 500,000 in the case of an administrative offense under paragraph 1. g)
to paragraph 4. w) or paragraph 8 point. b)

E) 100 000 CZK, for an administrative tort pursuant to paragraph 1. f) or
k), para 3. i) to paragraph 4. c), d), o), q) s) t) u) or
)

F) 50,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. b) or to paragraph 4
. from).

§ 92i

Administrative offenses in the area of ​​handling dangerous chemicals and chemical mixtures


(1) A legal or natural person commits an administrative offense
that

A) when handling hazardous chemicals or chemical mixtures
his obligation pursuant to § 44a paragraph. 2

B) violates the prohibition to offer, donate, sell, deliver, or leave
procure a dangerous chemical substance or chemical mixture in accordance with § 44a
paragraph. 3, 4 or 5,

C) contrary to § 44a paragraph. 6 does not ensure the handling of hazardous
chemical or chemical mixtures
natural persons professionally competent or trained individual,

D) contrary to § 44a paragraph. 6 does or keep a record of the training or re-training
,

E) does not fulfill the obligation under § 44a paragraph. 7,


F) the storage of hazardous chemicals or chemical mixtures
not fulfill the obligation under § 44a par. 8, or

G) fulfill the obligation of registration of hazardous chemicals or chemical mixtures
under § 44a paragraph. 9th

(2) An administrative offense shall be fined up

A) 3,000,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. a)

B) 2,000,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. c)

C) 1,000,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. b) or
f)

D) CZK 500,000 in the case of an administrative offense under paragraph 1. e)

E) 100 000 CZK, for an administrative tort pursuant to paragraph 1. g)

F) 20,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. d).

§ 92j

Administrative offenses in the field of medical facilities and social service facilities


(1) A person providing care commits an administrative offense by

A) the occurrence of infections associated with health care or suspected occurrence
fulfill the obligation pursuant to § 16 para. 1

B) fails to comply with the reporting obligation pursuant to § 16 par. 2 and § 62 paragraph.
1 or 2

C) fails to comply with hygiene requirement for receiving and treating physical
person, water supply, cleaning, power or control of disinfection, sterilization or
higher level disinfection or use another method
sterilization without permission according to § 17 . 5

D) contrary to § 17 para. 5 does not keep records on sterilization

E) does not fulfill the obligation pursuant to § 62 paragraph. 3, or

F) fulfill the obligation under § 75a paragraph. 4th

(2) A person providing care or legal or natural person, operating
laundry, which scrambles medical clothes, with
commits an administrative offense by not respecting hygienic requirement under §
18 paragraph. 1 or acts in contravention of a decision pursuant to § 84 par. 1
point. O).

(3) An administrative offense shall be fined up

A) 1,000,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. a), b) or c
)

B) 500,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. f) or
paragraph 2

C) 100,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. d)

D) 50 000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. E).

§ 92k

Administrative offenses in the field of prevention and spread of infectious diseases
prevention and other health threats

(1) The provider of health services or social services provider
commits an administrative offense if it fails to fulfill the obligation under § 75b
paragraph. 1st

(2) The provider of health services commits an administrative offense by the


A) as a provider designated pursuant to § 46 para. 5, § 53 par. 4, § 67 paragraph
. 12, § 70 para. 2, 4 or § 100f does not
measures to prevent the emergence and spread of infectious diseases

B) contrary to § 15 para. 3 fails, carrying out
prevalence study of infections associated with health care,

C) does not fulfill the obligation under § 45

D) contrary to § 47a paragraph. 4 comply with the notification obligation

E) carry out vaccinations in conflict with § 47 or § 47a

F) fails to provide information pursuant to § 51 paragraph. 1 point. a) or b) or
not fulfill the obligation under § 54 par. 1 or 2

G) does not fulfill the obligation under § 74 or

H) conducts laboratory investigations of the human immunodeficiency virus
without a permit issued pursuant to § 72 para. 1st

(3) A legal or natural person commits an administrative offense
that does not take measures ordered under § 80 paragraph. 1 point. h)
or y) or § 82 par. 2 point. l).

(4) The provider of childcare services in a group of children, kindergarten,
legal entity or a natural person as the person referred to in §
50 commits an administrative offense by failing to adopt a child who || | specified undergone regular vaccination or not set
document.

(5) The equipment referred to in § 46 para. 4, in which it resides
natural person who has not reached the fifteenth year of his age, or to whom such
natural person entrusted to the court decision, the
commits an administrative offense by that, contrary to § 46 para. 1-3 does not ensure that
a natural person, which was not detected by immunity against infection or
medical condition that prevents the administration of the vaccine (
permanent contraindications) underwent set regular vaccinations.

(6) An administrative offense shall be fined up


A) 1,000,000 CZK, for an administrative offense pursuant to paragraph 2. a) or
c) or paragraph 3,

B) 500,000 CZK, for an administrative tort pursuant to paragraph 2. e), g) and h
), paragraphs 4 or 5

C) 100 000 CZK, for an administrative tort pursuant to paragraphs 1, 2
point. b), d) or f).

§ 92 l

Administrative offenses in the field of disinfection, insect and rodent control

(1) A legal or natural person commits an administrative offense
that

A) fails to comply with the implementation of protective disinfection, insect or rodent
obligation pursuant to § 56

B) contrary to § 57 par. 1 does not routine disinfection, disinfestation or disinfestation
or

C) fails to take special protective disinfection, disinfection and disinfestation
ordered pursuant to § 61 paragraph. 2, or fails to perform the condition
special protective disinfection, insect or rodent determined according to § 61 paragraph
. 4th

(2) A legal or natural person who is authorized to carry
special protective disinfection, insect and rodent control, with
commits an administrative offense that

A) fails to perform this work is a natural person meeting the requirements
according to § 58 par. 1, 2 or 3,

B) fails to control or supervise performance
special protective disinfection, insect and rodent control according to § 58 par. 2 or 4

C) fails to fulfill the obligation pursuant to § 61 paragraph. 1

D) fails to comply with a condition imposed under § 61 paragraph. 4, or

E) does not give notice pursuant to § 61 paragraph. 3rd

(3) A legal or natural person referred to in § 57 par. 2
committed an administrative offense, contrary to § 57 par. 2 does
special protective disinfection, insect and rodent control.

(4) A legal or natural person who operates
course to gain knowledge for the performance of special protective disinfection, insect and rodent control
, commits an administrative offense by not ensuring that the content or scope of the course by
§ 59.

(5) An administrative offense shall be fined up

A) 2,000,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. c)
paragraph 2. a), b) or d) or paragraph 3,

B) 100,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. a) or b
), paragraph 2. c) or e) or paragraph 4.

§ 92 meters

Administrative offenses in the area of ​​operational rules

(1) A legal or natural person commits an administrative offense
that

A) carries on an activity for which is necessary under this Act
develop operating rules or changes, without such operating rules approved by the competent authority
public health,

B) familiar employee or other person who is working on her
workplace, rules of operation,

C) failure to comply with operating rules,

D) fails to adjust the operating rules imposed under § 84 para. 1 point.
J), or

E) fails to comply with the obligation to remedy the defect in compliance with operating rules
imposed pursuant to § 84 par. 1 point. j).

(2) For an administrative offense under paragraph 1 shall be fined up to 1 million CZK.

§ 92n

Administrative offenses in the area of ​​ensuring compliance with authorized body for protection of public health


(1) A legal or natural person commits an administrative offense
that

A) comply with the obligation under the law of the regional hygiene station
issued pursuant to § 85

B) fails to comply with an obligation imposed emergency measures and issued pursuant to § 80 paragraph
. Point 1. g) or § 82 par. 2 point. m) to protect the health of individuals
epidemic, risk of its occurrence,
natural disaster or other emergency

C) violates a temporary ban on the use of the product stored according to § 80 paragraph. 5
or perform temporary suspension or limitation of special measures or other
directly applicable European Union according to § 80 paragraph. 7,

D) proceeds contrary to the decision issued pursuant to § 84 par. 1 point.
L)

E) contrary to the decision in accordance with § 84 para. 1 point. y) continues
unlawful conduct that harms or may harm the common interest
consumers

F) failure to processing health risk assessment imposed pursuant to § 84 paragraph
. Point 1. q)

G) fails to suspend the activity imposed under § 84 paragraph
. Point 1. b) or restore operation, which was suspended
banned or restricted in conflict with § 84 para. 2

H) fails to comply with an obligation imposed the immediate closure of a facility pursuant to § 84

Paragraph. Point 1. r) or open a business in contravention of § 84 para. 3,

I) contrary to § 62a disclose an important fact in the interest
epidemiological investigation

J) to impose measures imposed under § 82 par. 2 point. l), or

A) to allow employees of a public health or the natural person invited
implementation of authorization pursuant to § 51 paragraph. 1 point. c) or § 88 paragraph
. 6, 7 or 8.

(2) A person who is in possession, administration or use of premises
facility or the land on which it is to be implemented protective measures
according to § 68 para. 1, commits an administrative offense by the
extent necessary, the competent authority fails to protect public health
cooperation in organizing or implementing protective measures.

(3) An administrative offense shall be fined up

A) 3,000,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. a), b)
c), d), e), g), h), i) or j)

B) 500,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. f)

C) 100,000 CZK, for an administrative offense under paragraph 1. k) or paragraph 2.


§ 93

Joint provisions on administrative offenses

(1) A legal person for an administrative delict if it proves that
made every effort that could be required to breach
legal obligations prevented.

(2) In assessing the fine legal person takes into account the seriousness
administrative offense, particularly its consequences and the circumstances under which it was committed
.

(3) The liability of a legal person for an administrative tort shall expire if
administrative authority has initiated proceedings within 1 year of the date when it became
but no later than 3 years after the date on which it was committed .

(4) Administrative offenses under this Act shall be heard by the regional health
stations, the Ministry of Defense and Ministry of Interior.
Ministry of Defense and Ministry of Interior discussing administrative offenses under its jurisdiction
specified in § 83.

(5) The legal entity can not initiate proceedings before the competent authority under the preceding paragraph
not impose a fine or other sanction, if
already in relation to the same acts or omissions commenced proceedings before another administrative
authority for them or imposed a fine or other sanctions.

(6) The liability for conduct that occurred in entrepreneurial
natural person or in direct connection therewith, shall be subject to the provisions of the
liability and sanctions to legal persons.

(7) Fines collected by the body that imposed them; exacted by the customs office.
Income from fines is the income of the state budget.

§ 94

Use of Administrative Procedure and the parties

(1) Opinions applied to territorial development policies and land-use planning documentation
not an administrative decision. Opinions issued by
this Act as a basis for a decision by a special legal regulation
or regional approval or notification of construction are binding
opinion of the Administrative Code-56a) and is not a separate decision
in administrative proceedings.

(2) a party under § 4 para. 3, § 5 para. 5 and 9, § 6c paragraph. 1
point. g) § 6e, § 14, § 15 para. 2, § 17 para. 5, § 18 par. 2, § 21 paragraph
. 2 and 4, § 21a, § 31 para. 1 and 3 and § 72 para. 1 is the only applicant.
Party to the proceedings pursuant to § 37 para. 2, 5 and 6, § 39 par. 2 and § 82 para. 2
point. c) to f) n) is the only employer.
Party before public health authorities to impose a corrective action (§ 84)
or fines for breach of the legal obligations imposed or prescribed
to protect public health this or a special law directly applicable regulation of the European
Union or a decision or measure
public health protection authority under this or
special Act or the directly applicable European Union
natural person who is an entrepreneur or legal entity is only
person who required by a law or a directly applicable regulation
European Union or imposed on it by law or applicable regulation directly
European Union.

(3) The parties to proceedings pursuant to § 46 para. 3, § 53 par. 3, § 67 para. 1
11, § 70 para. 2 and § 84 para. 1 point. v) x) is the natural person who is
measures to prevent the occurrence and spread of infectious diseases
ordered for.

(4) The first act in the proceedings under § 82 par. 2 point. l) m) p) q) and §
84 par. 1 point. c) part of the text before the semicolon, letters e) of text

Before the semicolon, g), n), r), u), v) x) is issuing a decision.
Local jurisdiction public health authorities in the case of the procedure according
§ 53 paragraph. 3 manages the place where the individual at the time of detection of the relevant facts
resides.

§ 94a
Measures of general nature


(1) Monitoring the calendar in accordance with § 82a paragraph. 1 point. a) issue
regional sanitary station as a general measure. This measure
general nature takes effect on the fifteenth day after posting a public notice
at the headquarters of the regional health authorities. His discussion is public.

(2) Measures in the field of management of bathing water quality according to § 82a paragraph. 1
point. b) and c) measures and public health authorities in accordance with § 82a
point. d) a section on preventing the outbreak and spread of infectious diseases
public health hazard from dangerous and suspicious
products and water according to § 80 paragraph. 1 point. g), h), p), y), §
80 paragraph. 5, 6, 7 and § 82 par. 2 point. l), m), p), concerning
generally defined circle of addressees, the competent authority
protection of public health as a general measure. Measures of general nature
issued no proceedings on the draft general measure. This measure of a general nature
become effective on posting on the official notice board of the authority
protection of public health, which measures issued, and flown to
for at least 15 days. If it is a general measure of the Ministry of Health will send
Ministry of Health is also a regional sanitary stations
which are obliged to promptly hang on their official boards
for at least 15 days.

(3) Measures of general nature on the day following its acquisition
efficiency affix the competent authority to protect public health record
about its effectiveness.

(4) If you prevail or have changed the grounds for issuing a measure of general nature
pursuant to paragraph 2, Public Health Authority is immediately
canceled or changed; Paragraphs 2 and 3 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
Section 3


Measures in exceptional circumstances

§ 95

In emergencies ^ 57) or if it is declared a state of emergency
^ 58), the Ministry of Health is authorized to impose
employees of regional health authorities with the competence to work in
Health (§ 88a) implementation of the specific performance of health care.
TITLE VI


MEASURES IN VILLAGE separate powers

§ 96

Municipality may enact generally binding ordinance for the municipality or its
part to protect health from the emergence and spread of infectious diseases
special protective insect and rodent control.
The Regional hygiene station gives the village its request
synergies when assessing the fulfillment of the conditions for granting special protective insect or rodent
.
TITLE VII


COMMON, TRANSITIONAL AND FINAL
Section 1

Common provisions


§ 97

(1) The costs of the duties to protect public health bears
person to whom the obligation is imposed, unless this Act or special
law provides otherwise. Carrying costs incurred in the performance
public health surveillance by special legislation on the control
^ 85).

(2) In cases stipulated by the directly applicable EU regulation
food business operator operating a catering service
obliged to reimburse the costs of additional public health surveillance ^ 73).
Has this obligation in accordance with applicable regulations of the European Union
^ 74) and the manufacturer or importer of the product referred to in § 25 par. 1 point.
A). Implementing legislation provides for a lump sum of costs
additional checks. The obligation to reimburse the costs of additional checks deposited
public health protection authority, which is entrusted with the exercise of state
health surveillance. Reimbursement of costs of additional state health supervision
state budget revenue; selects her authority to protect public health
which has imposed and enforced by the customs office.

(3) If in the execution of public health surveillance detected
neglect or breach of duty, the Public Health Authority
inspected person, that has been a breach or non
obligations found to pay it incurred
costs of finding fault. Public Health Authority ordered to pay the costs of collecting;

Exacted by the customs office. Compensation costs are public revenue.

§ 98

The failure to fulfill obligations imposed under this Act
facilities for training and education, social service providers, as well as other
organization of the state, county or municipality, if not legal entities
corresponds to their founder.

§ 99

In addition to the provisions governing authorization authority to protect public health
decision or measure to determine the conditions, the Authority may
public health decision subject to conditions under § 3 para.
4, § 3a par. 1 and 3, § 4 para. 3, § 4 para. 4 point. b) § 5 para. 5 and
9, § 14, § 15 para. 2, § 17 para. 5, § 18 par. 2, § 21 para. 2 and 4
§ 21a, § 31 paragraph. 1, § 72 para. 1 and § 84 para. 1 point. E).

§ 99a


Canceled
§ 100

Activities that need to develop operational rules and submit it for approval
public health authorities, can be started only after
was operating procedure referred to public health authorities approved.
Persons who are obliged to draw up rules of operation are required
acquainted with him, his employees and other persons working at their workplaces to perform his
change in case of significant changes in operations, and supervise and ensure
its observance.

§ 100a

To change or determine the frequency of water sampling, determining future
or an additional sample of water or hygienic limit for the occurrence
implementing regulation untreated substance in water progresses
person liable for the collection of water samples and laboratory examination
similarly under § 4 para. 1 and 2, in the case of drinking water, and pursuant to § 6c paragraph. 1 point.
A) to d) in the case of water for bathing, showering or cooling.

§ 100b

(1) The deadline for lodging objections under this Act shall not be counted
day, when the fact determining its origin, Saturday, Sunday, or holiday
. The deadline is preserved when the last day made
act with the authority to protect public health or the administration handed over to the authority that
has the duty to deliver. In case of doubt considered the deadline for
preserved unless the contrary is proved. Public Health Authority
may be excused for serious reasons, missed deadlines, if requested it
party within 3 days of the removal of its cause, and make
If within that same period, the omitted act.

(2) Objections shall be submitted by the public health authorities who issued
measures. That is, in specified cases present a superior
public health authorities together with the file
within 3 days from the date the objections received.

§ 100c

(1) The local jurisdiction of the regional health authorities for filing notice
or exam is governed by the activity of the person, except as
according to § 8. 3, when the local jurisdiction is governed venue
recovery events, and in the case of a traveling recreational activities, place of
beginning, proceeding under § 54 par. 1, when the local jurisdiction is governed
place where the individual resides, and the procedure under § 63 para. 1 when
local jurisdiction governed by the occurrence of infectious diseases.

(2) Notification pursuant to § 23 para. 5 person shall submit to the county sanitation
stations in places where the individual establishments.

§ 100d

When implementing legislation enacted under § 108 establishes requirements, which will be assumed by
requirements prescribed by regulations
European Union, these requirements do not apply to products that have been produced or
marketed in a Member State European Union
or originate in any of the countries of the European free trade association, which
currently a contracting party to the European economic area, as
provided that such product complies

A) technical regulations ^ 4), which are producing or marketing, or
for the use of this product in any of these countries
binding

B) technical standards ^ 4a) or codes of good manufacturing practice
issued national standards body or a body equivalent,
built in accordance with the laws and requirements of the state, which is a contractual
party to the European economic area, or

C) international technical standards ^ 4a) legitimately used in some of these states
or traditional or innovative production processes

Used in some of these states in accordance with its laws and regulations
for which there is sufficient detailed technical documentation
ensure that this product can be used for the intended use assessed
if necessary to based on additional (but not identical) examinations
product

If these technical regulations, technical standards, codes of practice
procedures guarantee a level of protection of public health adequately
this protection in the Czech Republic.

§ 100e

Regional hygiene stations are authorized to inform the public of the conclusions
state health supervision over the pool, including
measurement results or examination zotavovacími events and other similar events
kids, sandbox outdoor playgrounds, accommodation
and catering services, and to the extent disclosure of the identity of the person
controlled, state-controlled object, the nature of any risk
corrective action taken, and other information necessary to protect public health
. Furthermore, public health authorities authorized
in connection with informing the public about the quality of drinking water, hot water
and quality of water in swimming pools to publish the results of operational
controls based on those duties set by law
. These cases are not covered by the confidentiality duty
under this Act and special regulations.

§ 100f

To implement measures to prevent the occurrence and spread of infectious diseases and
extraordinary measures during an epidemic or threat thereof
formation established pursuant to § 80 paragraph. 1 point. g) § 82 par. 2 point. l)
m) ap) and § 85 of the Public Health Authority, which measures
ordered, authorized the decision to establish
providers of health services, who carry out. Appeals healthcare providers
against this decision has no suspensive effect.
Section 2

Transitional provisions


§ 101

(1) In proceedings on imposing a fine for infringement of
creation and protection of healthy living conditions to the effective date of this Act
been terminated district offices or towns that
exercise the jurisdiction of district offices , continue domicile
district (municipal) hygienists or by regional health officials, who perform
scope of the district health officer.

(2) In proceedings on imposing a fine for infringement of
creation and protection of healthy living conditions will not continue the case
violation of obligations already this Act provides.
Other proceedings to impose a fine, which was not terminated on the effective date of this
Act shall be completed in accordance with existing legislation.

(3) In proceedings for approval of the production or importation of products which have been
commenced before the effective date of this Act, continue as
existing legislation. In the procedures for approval
manufacture or importation of products that the law does not already, be made.

(4) The district health stations in the districts of Karlovy Vary, Liberec,
Pardubice, Jihlava, Olomouc and Zlín on 31 December 2000 expire.
To this date shall lapse in the administrative districts of district offices Karlovy Vary
, Liberec, Pardubice, Jihlava, Olomouc and Zlín district and features
hygienists.

(5) The effective date of this Act, the rights and obligations, including rights and obligations
of labor relations, which had on 31 December 2000


First District hygiene station Karlovy Vary, transferred to the Regional hygiene station
headquartered in Carlsbad,

Second District hygiene station Liberec, transferred to the Regional
hygiene station based in Liberec,

Third District hygiene stations Pardubice, transferred to the Regional
hygiene station based in Pardubice,

Fourth District hygiene station Jihlava, transferred to the Regional
hygiene station based in Jihlava,

Fifth District hygiene station in Olomouc, transferred to the Regional
hygiene station based in Olomouc,

6th District hygiene station Zlin, moving to Regional Hygienic
station based in Zlin.

(6) In proceedings that on 31 December 2000 was not completed
district hygienists in Karlovy Vary, Liberec, Pardubice, Jihlava, Olomouc and Zlin
, continue by regional respective hygienists.

§ 102

(1) A manufacturer or importer of objects of common use whose manufacture or

Imports were initiated before 1 January 2001, or have been approved by
§ 101, as well as a person under the terms of § 26 par. 2 shows these
objects of common use on the market, they are obliged to ensure that manufacture, importation and circulation
been brought into compliance with hygiene requirements according to §
26 to July 1, 2002. After this deadline or
fulfillment of the obligations under this law becomes effective, binding opinions organ
sanitation services issued under the existing legislation, if not disappeared
their validity expiry therein, and decisions
issued under § 101.

(2) The obligation pursuant to § 27 para. 1 are manufacturers or importers of cosmetic
product whose manufacture or import commenced before 1 January 2001, or
been approved in accordance with § 101, bound to comply by 1.
July 2002; duty to give notice of the date of commencement of production or imports
not the case.

(3) A manufacturer or importer of the products, chemicals and chemical products
specified in § 5 para. 1, whose production or importation
were commenced prior to 1 January 2001, or have been approved under § 101 are
obliged to ensure that the manufacture and import of those products, chemicals and chemical products
been brought into conformity with this Act by 1
July 2002. After this period, or the performance of duties under this Act
expire binding opinions of hygienic authorities
services issued under the existing legislation, if they have not expired
force expiration of the period stipulated therein, and decisions issued pursuant to § 101.


(4) Until the fulfillment of the obligations under paragraphs 1 and 3 within the deadlines set
production, import and circulation of objects of common use, the products
chemicals and chemical products referred to in paragraphs 1 and 3 || | assessed under the existing legislation and decisions by
sanitation services or decisions issued pursuant to § 101.

§ 103

(1) Persons who began pursuit of activities for which it is necessary to develop
operating procedure, before 1 January 2001 are obliged to fulfill that obligation
within 6 months from this date. Persons providing care (§ 15
par. 1), and persons operating swimming pool, barber shops,
manicures, pedicures, cosmetic, massage, recovery and reconditioning services
and services, which use special devices to
care of the body, in this period also obliged to submit proposals for operating rules
competent authority to protect public health.
Authority to protect public health operating rules shall examine within a period of six months from the date of receipt
proposal.

(2) Activities under § 38 may for a period of 2 years from the effective date of this Act
carry health stations. Activities pursuant to § 58 par. 2, after
period of 1 year from the effective date of this Act performed by a natural person
which was prior to the commencement of work, the nature and effects of chemical
and chemical products, with which it has handled , ways of dealing with them
, protective measures and first aid principles. Activities under §
58 par. 2-4, after a period of 3 years from the effective date of this Act
perform to the extent specified in the decision on authorization
natural person who has been granted authorization by a special legal
regulation. Activities under § 72 may for a period of 1 year from the effective date of this Act
carry equipment to protect public health and medical equipment
preventive care.

(3) Manufacturers drinking water, whose divorce was initiated before the effective date of this Act
, are required to submit proposals pursuant to § 4 para. 1
within 2 months from the effective date of this Act. Body protection
public health issue decisions within 6 months from the date of receipt of the proposal.
Until the final decision of the competent authority to protect public health advances
manufacturer of drinking water supplied by the existing distribution
practice.

§ 104

Operator service caterer provides
critical points in the production, preparation, storage, transport, distribution and marketing of food
into circulation before 1 July 2002.

§ 105

(1) Structures established prior to January 1, 2001 that do not meet hygienic
requirements specified in § 7 para. 1, § 13 para. 1 and § 23 para. 3,
must be adjusted accordingly Not later than 1 July 2003.

(2) Establishments catering services established before 1 January 2001
which do not meet the hygiene requirements for distribution, transportation and storage

Dishes and putting them into circulation according to § 24 para. 1 point. d) they must be adjusted accordingly
later than 1 January 2002.

(3) The competent public health protection authority may by decision impose
adaptation of buildings and facilities referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 prior to the scheduled date
if the nature of the operations necessary for the protection of public health
. In exceptional cases and for a limited period
the competent authority to protect public health
period referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 extended.

(4) Owners or managers of roads and railways,
whose use was authorized before 1 January 2001 submit a request
according to § 31 para. 1 no later than 1 January 2003.

§ 106

(1) Proposals for inclusion of works whose performance was commenced before 1
January 2001 to the fourth category, the employer shall submit to the competent
public health authorities within 6 months;
into the category of second and third by 1 January 2003. The authority to protect public health
issue a decision within 6 months from the date of receipt of the proposal.
The results of measurements of concentrations and intensity of factors of working conditions and the results
determine the nature and type of biological agent must comply with state
working conditions at the time of filing a petition under § 37 paragraph. 3rd

(2) From the date of the decision of the competent authority to protect public health
that the work categorizes third or fourth,
expire decisions Directors Hospital and Polyclinic
(clinics), regional medical care and health inspection bodies races
services, establishing risk work and the workplace.

(3) Data according to § 41 paragraph. 1 report the employer or person referred to in § 43
competent authority to protect public health by
activities initiated prior to 1 January 2001 at the latest six months from 1 January 2001
Section 3

Final provisions


§ 107

Health licenses issued before the effective date of this Act shall be construed
for health certificates issued under this Act.

§ 108

(1) The Ministry of Health shall issue a decree to implement § 3 para. 1
3, § 4 para. 1, 2, 4, 8 and 9, § 5 para. 1, 2 and 8-10, § 6a paragraph. 6, § 6b paragraph
. 1, § 6c paragraph. 2, § 6e, 6f § paragraph. 3, § 7 para. 1, § 8.
2 and 4, § 9. 3, § 11 para. 1 point. a) and d), § 13, § 16 para. 2, § 17 paragraph
. 1 and 5, § 18 par. 1 and 3, § 19 par. 3, § 20 point. a) and d)
§ 21 paragraph. Point 1. a) § 24 para. 1 point. b) and d), § 26 par. 1 point. b) a
d), § 30. 1 and 2, § 37 para. 1, § 38, § 39 par. 3 and 4, § 41 paragraph.
1, § 41a paragraph. 1, § 44b paragraph. 2, § 45, § 46 para. 1, 2 and 6, § 47 para.
2, § 47a paragraph. 5, § 59 para. 2, § 60 par. 1 and 3, § 62 paragraph . 1, 2 and
paragraph. 3 point. a) and b), § 70 para. 1, § 72 para. 1 point. a) § 75a paragraph.
1 and 4, § 80 paragraph. 1 point. s) and paragraph. 3, § 82a paragraph. 2 point. d) and paragraph.
5, § 83E paragraph. 2 and § 97 para. 2nd

(2) The Ministry of Health in agreement with the Ministry of Education,
Youth and Sports and Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs provides
ordinance issued under § 7 para. 1 space requirements and operating
facilities for education and education.

(3) The Government shall issue to implement § 30 paragraph. 3, § 34 para. 1, § 35 para. 2
36, § 77 par. 5 and § 88 para. 1 of the Regulation.

(4) exposure limits and requirements, which adjusts
implementing legal regulations issued pursuant to this Act, the Ministry of Health
determined based on an assessment of health risks from natural,
living and working conditions and way of life,
current scientific knowledge, the Czech Republic's international commitments in this area and
recommendations of the World health organization.

(5) If the law uses the concept of district health, it is understood
after the date of 1 January 2003 the regional health authority. If
legal regulations use the term Regional Hygiene understood to
after 1 January 2003 the Ministry of Health. The tasks of the regional health officer
by the IPPC law but fulfilled the relevant regional health
station.

§ 109

Repealed Act no. 36/1975 Coll., On fines for infringements
regulations on the creation and protection of healthy living conditions.
PART TWO



Canceled
§ 110


Canceled PART THREE


Change Trade Act

§ 111

Act no. 455/1991 Coll., On Trades (Trade Act)

Amended by Act no. 231/1992 Coll., Act no. 591/1992 Coll., Act no. 600/1992 Coll
., Act no. 273/1993 Coll., Act no. 303/1993 Coll., Act no.
38/1994 Coll., Act no. 42/1994 Coll., Act no. 136/1994 Coll., Act no.
200/1994 Coll., Law no. 237 / 1995 Coll., Act no. 286/1995 Coll., Act no.
94/1996 Coll., Act no. 95/1996 Coll., Act no. 147/1996, Law no. 19/1997
Coll., Act no. 49/1997 Coll., Act no. 61/1997 Coll., Act no.
79/1997 Coll., Act no. 217/1997 Coll., Act no. 280/1997 Coll. Act no.
15/1998 Coll., Act no. 83/1998 Coll., Act no. 157/1998 Coll., Act no.
167/1998 Coll., Act no. 159/1999 Coll ., Act no. 356/1999 Coll., Act no. 358/1999 Coll
., Act no. 360/1999 Coll., Act no. 363/1999 Coll., Act no. 27/2000
Coll., Act no. 29/2000 Coll., Act no. 121/2000 Coll., Act no.
122/2000 Coll., Act no. 123/2000 Coll., Act no. 124/2000 Coll. Act no. 149/2000 Coll
., Act no. 151/2000 Coll., Act no. 158/2000 Coll., Act no. 247/2000 Coll
. and Act no. 249/2000 Coll., is amended as follows:

First In § 31 para. 14, the words "hygiene and safety regulations"
replaced by "safety rules and regulations governing
protect public health" and the words "regulations on measures against contagious diseases
^ 33)" is replaced "special legal regulations
^ 33)."

Footnote. ^ 33) states:

"33) For example Act no. 258/2000 Coll., On public health protection and
amending some related Acts.".

Second In Annex no. 2, Group 214: Other, in the field of trade "
Providing services in the field of occupational safety and health" column 2 reads:
"completed secondary education and three years of professional experience in the field of security
labor or health at work. "

Third In Annex no. 2, Group 214: Other, added at the end
field of trade, including the notes referred to in column 3 reads: "Special
protective disinfection, insect and rodent control without using toxic or highly toxic chemical
and chemical products, with the exception
special protective disinfection carried out by medical facilities in his
objects, special protective disinfection, insect and rodent control in
food and agricultural industries and specialized activities in the field of phytosanitary care
*) " text in column 2 reads: "competence
according to § 58 par. 2 of Act no. 258/2000 Coll., on protection of public health and
amending certain related laws, or for a period of 5 years from the effective date | || Act no. 258/2000 Coll., on protection of public health and amending certain related laws
, professional competence pursuant to § 18-20 of the Act no.
157/1998 Coll., on chemical substances and preparations and amending
some other acts, as amended by Act no. 352/1999 Coll. ". Note in column 3
reads: "*) Act no. 147/1996 Coll., On phytosanitary care and amendments to some related laws
".

Fourth Annex no. 3, Group 304: Manufacture of medical products
precision and optical instruments and clocks, art trade name "
protective disinfection, insect and rodent control chemicals and chemical
preparations classified as highly toxic or toxic;
with the exception of professional activities in the field of plant care, "including remarks
listed in column 5 reads:" special protective disinfection, insect and rodent control
toxic or highly toxic chemicals or
chemical products, excluding special
protective insect and rodent control in food or agricultural operations and professional
activities in the field of plant care *) ", the text in column 2 is:
" professional qualification pursuant to § 58 par. 5 of Law no. 258/2000 Coll.
protection of public health and amending certain related laws, or
for a period of 5 years from the effective date of the Act no. 258/2000 Coll., on protection of public health
and amending certain related acts, professional competence
obtained under § 18-20 of the Act no. 157/1998 Coll., on chemical substances and
preparations and amending certain other laws as amended by Act no. 352/1999 Coll
. "text in the column 4 reads: "the competent authority
protection of public health," note in column 5 reads: "*) Act no. 147/1996
Coll., on phytosanitary care and amending certain related laws
".

Fifth Annex no. 3, Group 304: Manufacture of medical products, precision and optical instruments
hours and, at the end complements the field of trade,

Including the notes listed in column 5 is: "
Special protective disinfection, insect and rodent control in food and agricultural
operations, with the exception of professional activities in the field of plant care
*)" text in the column 2 reads: "Professional qualification pursuant to § 58 par. 3
Act no. 258/2000 Coll., on protection of public health and amending certain related laws
, or for a period of 5 years from the effective date of the Act no.
258/2000 Coll., on protection of public health and amending certain related laws
, professional qualification obtained pursuant to § 18-20
Act no. 157/1998 Coll., on chemical substances and preparations and amending some
other laws as amended by Act no. 352/1999 Coll. "
text in column 4 reads:" the competent authority to protect public health, "the note at
column 5 reads:" *) Act no. 147/1996 Coll., on phytosanitary care and
changes in some related laws. "

6th Annex no. 3, Group 314: Other, added at the end
field of trade, which reads: "Organisation of courses to acquire skills to perform
special protective disinfection, insect and rodent control," the text in column 2
It reads: "Professional qualification pursuant to § 58 par. 2 of Law no.
258/2000 Coll., on protection of public health and amending certain related laws
", the text in column 4 reads: "the competent authority of protection
public health "and the text in column 5 reads:" § 59 of Act no. 258/2000
Coll., on protection of public health and amending certain related laws
".

7th Annex no. 3, Group 314: Other, in the field of trade "Funeral
service" in column 4 of the word "state hygiene service" shall be
words "public health".

8th Annex no. 3, Group 314: Other, in the field of trade "
operation of cemeteries and crematoria" in column 4 of the word "state sanitary
services" is replaced by "public health".
PART FOUR



Canceled
§ 112


Canceled PART FIVE


Amendment to the Act on Offences

§ 113

Act no. 200/1990 Coll., On misdemeanors, as amended by Act no. 337/1992 Coll.
Act no. 344/1992 Coll., Act no. 359/1992 Coll., Act. 67/1993 Coll.
Act no. 290/1993 Coll., Act no. 134/1994 Coll., Act no. 82/1995 Coll.
Act no. 237/1995 Coll., Act No. . 279/1995 Coll., Act no. 289/1995 Coll.
Act no. 112/1998 Coll., Act no. 168/1999 Coll., Act no. 360/1999 Coll., Act
no. 29/2000 Coll., Act no. 121/2000 Coll., Act no. 132/2000 Coll. and
Act no. 151/2000 Coll., is amended as follows:

First In § 29 para. 1 point. b) after the word "measures" the words
"or set" and the words "or pollute the air with harmful substances above the allowable limit set
" are deleted.

Second In § 29 para. 1 point. d) the words "food or" are deleted.

Third In § 29 para. 1 point e) deleted.

Existing letters f) to ch) is designated as letters e) to h).

Fourth In § 29 para. 1 point. f) the word "poison" is deleted.

Fifth In § 29 para. 1 point. f) the words "or violates the obligation to protect the health
against ionizing radiation" are deleted.

6th In § 29 par. 1 letter g) reads:

"G) violates a prohibition or fails to comply with obligations laid down or imposed for
prevention and spread of infectious diseases."

7th In § 29 para. 1, at the end of letter h) is replaced by a comma and
the letters i), j) and k), as follows:

"I) violates a prohibition or fails to comply with obligations laid down or imposed
to protect the health of non-ionizing radiation,

j) violates a prohibition or fails to comply with obligations laid down or imposed for traffic
swimming in the wild, artificial swimming pool or sauna,

k) violates a prohibition or fails to comply with obligations laid down or imposed for
organizing recreational events, other similar events for children or school
nature. ".

8th In § 29 paragraph 2 reads:

"(2) An offense under subsection 1. A) to k) can be fined up to CZK 10 000
.".

9th In § 86 letter c) reads:

"C) public health authorities offenses in the healthcare sector
according to § 29 para. 1 point. A), b), d), f), g) and i) to k).".
PART SIX



Canceled
§ 114


Canceled PART SEVEN



Canceled
§ 115


Canceled PART EIGHT



Canceled
§ 116


Canceled PART NINE


Changing Consumer Protection Act

§ 117

Act no. 634/1992 Coll., On consumer protection, as amended by Act no.

217/1993 Coll., Act no. 40/1995 Coll., Act no. 104/1995 Coll., Act no.
110/1997 Coll., Act no. 356/1999 Coll., Act No. . 64/2000 Coll. and Act no. 145/2000 Coll
., is amended as follows:

First In § 10, after paragraph 3 the following paragraph 4 is added:

"(4) Special regulations may modify the labeling of products
differently.".

Former paragraphs 4 to 8 shall be renumbered 5 to 9

Second In § 23 para. 4, the words "hygiene service ^ 18)" is replaced
'public health ^ 18). "

Footnote. ^ 18) states:

"18) Act no. 258/2000 Coll., On protection of public health and amending certain related acts
.".
PART TEN


Changing the law on the establishment of ministries and other central organs of state administration of the Czech Republic


§ 118

In § 10 of Act no. 2/1969 Coll., On establishment of ministries and other central government authorities
Czech Republic, as amended Act no. 60/1988 Coll.
Law no. 37/1989 Coll., Act no. 93/1990 Coll., Act no. 203/1990 Coll.
Act no. 575/1990 Coll. and Act no. 474/1992 Coll., paragraph 2 deleted.

Existing paragraph 3 shall be renumbered 2.
PART ELEVEN


Changing the law on public health insurance

§ 119

Law no. 48/1997 Coll., On public health insurance and amending and supplementing certain
related laws, as amended by Act no. 242/1997
Coll., Act no. 2/1998 Coll. Act no. 127/1998 Coll., Act no. 225/1999
Coll., Act no. 363/1999 Coll., Act no. 18/2000 Coll., Act no. 132/2000 Coll
. Act no. 155/2000 Coll. a Constitutional Court judgment no. 167/2000 Coll., is amended as follows
:

First In § 30 paragraph. 1, the words "contagious diseases. ^ 34)" is replaced
"infectious diseases. ^ 34)."

Footnotes. ^ 34) and ^ 35) added:

"34) Title III of Part 1 of the Act no. 258/2000 Coll., On public health protection
and amending certain related acts.

35) Act no. 258/2000 Coll.".

Second In § 30 paragraph. 3 point. a) the words "hygiene service" shall be replaced
"public health".

Third In § 30 paragraph. 3 point. c) the words "hygiene service" shall be replaced
"public health".

Fourth In § 55 paragraph. 3, the words "hygiene service" is replaced by "
protection of public health".
PART TWELVE


Amendment of the special contribution to miners

§ 120

Law no. 98/1987 Coll., On a special contribution to miners, as amended by Act No.
. 1/1989 Coll. and Act no. 160/1989 Coll., is amended as follows:

First In § 4 para. 1 the words "binding opinion of the competent authority
hygiene service" shall read "decision of the competent authority
protection of public health" and "binding opinion" shall be replaced
"decision."

Second In § 4 para. 2 point. a) the words "opinion of the competent authority
hygiene service" shall read "decision of the competent authority
protection of public health".
PART THIRTEEN



Canceled
§ 121


Canceled PART FOURTEEN


Change Mining Act

§ 122

In § 40 par. 2 point. c) Law no. 44/1988 Coll., on protection and use
Mineral Resources (Mining Act), the words "hygiene service"
replaced by "public health".
PART FIFTEEN



Canceled
§ 123


Canceled PART SIXTEEN



Canceled
§ 124


Canceled PART SEVENTEEN



Canceled
§ 125


Canceled PART EIGHTEEN



Canceled
§ 126


Canceled Nineteen


Amendment to the Act on Custody

§ 127

In § 7 para. 1 point. g) of the Act no. 293/1993 Coll., on Custody, as amended
Act no. 208/2000 Coll., the word "portable" is replaced by
"infectious".
PART TWENTY


Change Advertising Regulation Act

§ 128

In § 5 para. 1 point. d) of the Act no. 40/1995 Coll., on regulation of advertising and
amending and supplementing Law no. 468/1991 Coll., on radio and television broadcasting
, as amended, the word
"portable" is replaced by "infectious".
TWENTY ONE PART


Amendment to the Act on the Protection of hops

§ 129

In § 11 para. 1 of Law no. 97/1996 Coll., On the protection of hops
words "hygiene service" is replaced by "public health".
TWENTY-TWO PART



Canceled
§ 130


Canceled TWENTY-THREE PART



Amendment to the Act on premiums for general health insurance

§ 131

In § 7 para. 2 of Act no. 592/1992 Coll., On premiums for general health insurance
, as amended by Act no. 161/1993 Coll. and Act no. 324/1993 Coll
., the words "regulations on measures against contagious diseases"
replaced by "special laws".
PART TWENTY FOUR



Canceled
§ 132


Canceled TWENTY-FIVE PART



EFFICIENCY
§ 133

This Act comes into force on 1 January 2001, with the exception of the sixth
§ 114 item 15, which becomes effective on the first day of the second month following the date
publication, the first part of § 24 para. 1 point. h)
which takes effect on July 1, 2001, and the first part of § 29, which
becomes effective on 1 July 2002.
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Own hand

Příl.1

Canceled

Příl.2
Administrative districts and regional health authorities to their headquarters

First Hygienic Station of the capital Prague headquartered in Prague
territory of Prague,

Second Regional Hygiene Station of the Central Region based in Prague
districts of Benesov, Beroun, Kladno, Kolin, Kutna Hora, Melnik, Ml.
Boleslav, Nymburk, Prague-East, Prague-West, Pribram and Rakovnik | ||
Third Regional Hygiene Station of the South Bohemian Region based in Czech Budejovice
for districts of the Czech Budejovice, Czech Krumlov,
Jindrichuv Hradec, Pisek, Prachatice, Strakonice and Tabor

Fourth Regional Hygiene Station Pilsen Region based in Pilsen for
districts Domažlice, Klatovy, Plzeň-City, Plzeň-South, Plzeň-North, Rokycany and Tachov
,

Fifth Regional Public Health Region are based in Karlovy Vary
for the districts of Cheb, Karlovy Vary and Sokolov,

6th Regional Hygiene Station Usti Region, based in Usti nad Labem
for the districts of Decin, Chomutov, Litoměřice, Louny, Most, Teplice and
Usti nad Labem,

7th Regional Public Health Liberec Region based in Liberec for
districts of Czech Lipa, Jablonec nad Nisou, Liberec and Semily,

8th Regional Hygiene Station Hradec Kralove Region based in Hradec Kralove
for the districts of Hradec Králové, Jičín, Náchod, Rychnov
nad Kněžnou and Trutnov,

9th Regional Hygiene Station of the Pardubice Region with headquarters in Pardubice
for the districts of Chrudim, Pardubice, Svitavy and Ústí nad Orlicí
,

10th Regional Public Health Vysocina Region, based in Jihlava for
districts Brod, Jihlava, Pelhřimov, Trebic and Zdar nad Sazavou
,

11th Regional Public Health South Moravian Region based in Brno
for the districts of Blansko, Brno, Brno-Country, Breclav, Hodonin,
Vyškov and Znojmo,

12th Regional Public Health Olomouc Region based in Olomouc
for the districts of Jesenik, Olomouc, Prostejov, Prerov and Šumperk,

13th Regional Public Health MSR
based in Ostrava for the districts of Bruntal, Frydek-Mistek, Karvina, Novy Jicin,
Opava and Ostrava-city

14th Regional Public Health Region has its headquarters in Zlín for
districts of Kromeriz, Uherske Hradiste, Vsetin and Zlin.


Příl.3

Canceled Selected provisions of amendments


Article II of Act no. 274/2003 Coll.
Transitional provisions


First Enforceable permit the use of water that does not meet hygienic limits
indicators of drinking water, issued before the effective date of this Act,
expire on 1 January 2004, unless a decision
competent authority to protect public health shorter deadline .

Second Proceedings in matters of hygiene limits exceeded indicators of the quality of drinking water
commenced prior to the effective date of this Act
stop.

Third Persons present proposals on the method of determining sampling points
drinking water according to § 4 para. 2 of Act no. 258/2000 Coll., As amended by this Act
later than 3 months after the effective date of this Act.

Fourth Operating regulations under § 4 para. 3 and § 21a of the Act no. 258/2000 Coll., As amended by this Act
, and changes to operating systems, comprising adding
according to § 7, paragraph. 2 and § 15 para. 2 Act no. 258/2000 Coll., as amended by this
Act, the persons who have commenced an activity to be taken
operating rules, within 6 months from the effective date of this Act
.


Fifth Application for the use of other water quality according to § 18 par. 2 and § 21 para. 2
Act no. 258/2000 Coll., As amended by this Act, are persons who
started the activity before the effective date of this Act
obliged to submit within three months from the effective date of this Act.

6th Notification pursuant to § 23 para. 4 of the Act no. 258/2000 Coll., As amended by this
Act, persons who started work before the effective date of this Act
obliged to submit, no later than six months from the date of acquisition | || force of this Act.

7th Buildings established before the effective date of this Act, which
do not meet the hygiene requirements set out in § 6 of Act no. 258/2000 Coll.
Amended by this Act shall be adjusted accordingly no later than 31 December
2004. the competent public health protection authority may
decision to shorten this period if the nature of the operation
necessary to protect public health. In exceptional cases, the competent authority may
public health protection period mentioned in the first sentence
decision to extend.

8th Buildings established before the effective date of this Act, which
do not meet the hygiene requirements set out in § 7 para. 1 of Law no.
258/2000 Coll., As amended by this Act, and the construction of school cafeterias that do not meet
hygiene requirements set out in § 23 par. 3 of Law no.
258/2000 Coll., as amended by this Act, except those concerning
water supply must be adjusted accordingly no later than 31 December 2007
. the competent authority to protect public health
decision can shorten this period if the nature of the operation
necessary to protect public health. In exceptional cases, the competent authority may
public health protection period mentioned in the first sentence
decision to extend.

9th Until the fulfillment of hygiene requirements in paragraphs 7 and 8 of these
buildings assessed under the existing legislation.

10th Health certificates issued before the effective date of this Act shall be deemed
health certificates issued under this Act.

11th Obligations pursuant to § 31 para. 2 of Act no. 258/2000 Coll., As amended
this law meets the operators of airports provided no later than 31 December 2004.


12th Critical control points provides food service operators,
whose production is less than specified in § 38 par. 2 of Decree no. 107/2001
Coll., On hygienic requirements for catering services and
principles of personal and operational hygiene in activities epidemiologically,
later than seven months after the effective date of this Act.

13th The obligation to notify the competent public health authorities for the purpose
first aid information on substances contained in
cosmetic products which can endanger the health of some individuals
persons are manufacturers or importers of cosmetic products whose production or
imports were initiated before the effective date of this Act,
bound to comply by 1 July 2005; duty to give notice of the date
commencement of production or importation is not the case.

14th The effective date of this Act shall be terminated proceedings before
public health authorities on the classification of work into the second category.
According to § 37 par. 3 of Act no. 258/2000 Coll., As amended by this Act, shall
assessed and proposals for the classification of work into categories on which
administrative proceedings have been finally disposed of.

15th Work, falling before the effective date of this Act
authority to protect public health in the second category are considered as work included
under this Act by the employer.

16th The effective date of this Act shall be terminated proceedings concerning the approval
products intended for contact with food [§ 25 par. 1 point. and)].

17th Permission to appoint and dismiss the Chief Hygienist of the Czech Republic and his deputy
belongs to the time into full force service act
government. Proposal submitted by the Minister of Health.

18th Permission to appoint and dismiss the Director of regional health
belongs to the time into full force
Service Act, the Minister of Health. Proposed by Chief Hygienist of the Czech Republic.

19th Proposals to permit under § 41a par. 2 Act no. 258/2000 Coll., As amended
this Act shall employers who have commenced production
hot water for personal hygiene of employees, which does not satisfy

Under § 41a paragraph. 1 of Act no. 258/2000 Coll., As amended by this Act
before the effective date of this Act within three months from the date of entry into force of this Act
.

Article II of Act no. 392/2005 Coll.
Transitional provisions


First Manufacturers or importers shall from 1 March 2006 to market
materials and articles in contact with food which do not meet the requirements set
implementing regulation on plastics and products made from them.

Second Manufacturers or importers must refrain from January 29, 2006, the marketing of products
contact with foodstuffs from regenerated cellulose which do not meet the requirements set
implementing regulation for
regenerated cellulose (cellophane).

Third Proposals for inclusion of work into categories and applications according to § 3a par. 1 and 3
Act no. 258/2000 Coll., As amended, effective from the date of entry into force of this Act
on which proceedings were initiated before or assessment
effective date of this Act, shall be judged according to legal regulations
.

Fourth Changes in the operating rules under § 4 para. 3 of the Act no. 258/2000 Coll., As amended
effective from the date of entry into force of this Act, the persons
specified in § 3 para. 2 of Act no. 258/2000 ., as amended, effective from the date of
entry into force of this Act within three months from the effective date of this Act
.

Fifth Fulfillment of the obligations imposed under § 84 para. 1 point. o) of the Act no.
258/2000 Coll., as amended, effective from the date of entry into force of this Act
enforceable decision of the competent authority to protect public health
before the effective date of this Act shall be assessed according
existing legislation.

6th Sellers, as well as persons providing services, not from the date of 24 September 2005
sell or deliver the ultimate consumer
cosmetic formulations containing methyldibromglutaronitril (MDGN), except
cosmetic products, which are rinsed and not more than 0.1%
methyldibromglutaronitrilu (MDGN).

ARTICLE XII of the Act no. 222/2006 Coll.
Transitional provisions


First The Ministry of Health

A) takes 30 June 2007 strategic noise maps for the neighborhood
roads which have more than six million vehicles a
year, railways which have more than 60,000 trains per | || year, major airports, as defined in § 81 paragraph. 1 point. c)
Act no. 258/2000 Coll., as amended, effective from the date of entry into force of this Act
and agglomerations with more than 250,000 permanent residents
residents, consisting of one or more municipalities with intensive economic ,
social and territorial technical constraints,

B) takes 30 June 2012 strategic noise maps for all
major roads, major railways and agglomerations
defined in § 81 and 81a of Act no. 258/2000 Coll., As amended effective
date of entry into force of this Act.

Second Ministry of Transport

A) takes 18 July 2008 action plans for the land around
roads that are owned by the state and which have more
than 6 million vehicles per year, railways which passes || | more than 60,000 trains per year, major airports, as defined in
§ 81 paragraph. 1 point. c) of the Act no. 258/2000 Coll., as amended, effective from the date of
commencement of this Act,

B) takes 18 July 2013 action plans for the nearby main road
roads owned by the state, as defined in § 81 paragraph. 1 point. a)
Act no. 258/2000 Coll., as amended, effective from the date of entry into force of this Act
and action plans around major rail lines
defined in § 81 paragraph. 1 point. b) Act no. 258/2000 Coll., as amended
effective from the date of entry into force of this Act.

Third Regional Office

A) takes 18 July 2008 action plans for the land around
roads that are owned by the region and which have more
than 6 million vehicles per year, and agglomerations with more than 250 000
permanent resident population, consisting of one or more municipalities with
intense economic, social and territorial technical constraints,

B) takes 18 July 2013 action plans for the nearby main road
roads owned by counties or municipalities in the administrative region and
agglomeration, as defined in § 81 and 81a of Act no. 258/2000 Coll. , as amended
effective from the date of entry into force of this Act.

Art. II Act no. 151/2011 Coll.
Transitional provisions



First Management has not been legally completed before the effective date
this Act shall be completed in accordance with existing legislation. Similarly
proceed in proceedings whose aim is not a decision and that
has been completed before the effective date of this Act.

Second Proceedings pursuant to § 6 par. 3 point. c) of the Act no. 258/2000 Coll., as amended
effective date of this Act has not been legally
completed before the effective date of this Act, the authority
stops.

Third Operating regulations under § 6c paragraph. 1 point. f) of the Act no. 258/2000 Coll., as amended
effective from the date of entry into force of this Act, submit
legal entity or a natural person not later than 6 months after
effective date of this Act.

Fourth The first bathing water classification under § 82a paragraph. 1 point. e) of the Act no.
258/2000 Coll., as amended, effective from the date of entry into force of this Act,
the latest by the end of the bathing season in 2015.

Fifth Information on bathing waters under § 82a paragraph. 1 point. e) of the Act no.
258/2000 Coll., as amended, effective from the date of entry into force of this Act, the competent authority shall publish
public health protection through
Public Administration Portal for the first time for the bathing season in 2012,
before its start.

6th Information pursuant to § 6 g par. 4 Act no. 258/2000 Coll., As amended
effective from the date of entry into force of this Act, shall be transmitted for the first time in
2012. This period granted by the Ministry of the Environment of the European
Commission report under the previous legislation.

Art. II Act no. 115/2012 Coll.
Transitional provisions


First Health Institute in Prague, Kolin, Czech Budejovice,
Pilsen, Karlovy Vary, Liberec, Hradec Kralove, Pardubice, Jihlava,
Brno, Olomouc and Zlin, established pursuant to § 86 par. 1 of Law no. | || 258/2000 Coll., as amended effective prior to the effective date of this
Act is repealed on the effective date of this Act.

Second Effective date of this Act, the rights and obligations of
labor relations, which have the date of its repeal health
institutes based in Prague, Kolin, Czech Budejovice, Plzen,
Karlovy Vary, Liberec, Hradec Kralove and Pardubice
referred to in paragraph 1 shall be transferred to the Public Health Institute in Usti nad Labem, which is their successor,
organizations. On the effective date of this Act
further transferred to the Public Health Institute in Usti nad Labem All
commitments that were given medical institutes of the date of cancellation,
and competence to manage all the assets of the Czech Republic, with | || whom these health institutes competent to manage.

Third Effective date of this Act, the rights and obligations of
labor relations, which have the date of its repeal health
Institute in Jihlava, Brno, Olomouc and Zlin referred to in Section 1
transferred to the Institute of Public Health Ostrava, which is the successor organization
. On the effective date of this Act further
transferred to the Public Health Institute in Ostrava all the commitments that were given
health institutions of the date of cancellation, as well as jurisdiction
manage all assets of the Czech Republic, with which they were
health institutes competent to manage.

Fourth The rights and obligations arising from labor relations of those employees whose
working at the health institutes referred to in paragraph 1
ended before the date of repeal of the health institutions or that date
settled successor organizations mentioned in paragraphs 2 and 3 | ||
Fifth If you have health institutes mentioned in paragraph 1
parties to legal relationships arising until its abolition and participants, including judicial, administrative and other
proceedings initiated until its abolition, including a
these relationships and managing the effective date of this Act
continue or is this date or after this date resume, the participants indicated
legal relations and management of the successor organizations referred to in paragraphs 2 and 3

6th Within 30 days from the effective date of this Act takes a successor
organizations referred to in paragraphs 2 and 3 report containing an inventory of assets
Czech Republic, including the rights, liabilities and inventory summary of the rights and obligations
of labor relations, these successor
organization took over after the canceled health institutions mentioned in point 1. Property,

Which are recorded in the real estate must be logged in marked
information necessary for land registration.

7th Petition for change of use to real estate, where
the transition of right to successor organizations
set out in paragraphs 2 and 3, the cadastre submit the following
successor organization in the Land Registry within 60 days
of entry into force of this Act. For this purpose the protocol under point 6
document certifying the nationality of the successor organizations to the
management of listed real estate.

8th Local offices of regional health authorities listed in the Annex.
3 to Act no. 258/2000 Coll., As amended effective before the effective date
force of this Act, shall be deemed to regional offices of Regional
health stations set up by § 82 para. 1 of Act no. 258/2000 Coll., as amended
effective from the date of entry into force of this Act.

Art. II Act no. 223/2013 Coll.
Transitional provisions


First The food business, which according to § 23 para. 4 sentence last
Act no. 258/2000 Coll., As amended effective prior to the date of entry into force of this Act
had no obligation to give notice pursuant to the directly applicable regulation of the European
EU food hygiene, hands this
notification no later than four months after the effective date of this Act.

Second Applications under § 3 para. 5 and § 5 para. 6 of the Act no. 258/2000 Coll., As amended
effective after the effective date of this Act,
filed before the effective date of this Act, shall be judged according to
legal regulations.

Art. VIII of the Act no. 252/2014 Coll.


Transitional provisions
Person providing accommodation under § 21a of the third sentence of Act no. 258/2000
Coll., As amended, effective from the date of entry into force of this Act shall be adjusted
operating procedure and submit them for approval to the competent body for protection
public health within 3 months from the effective date of this Act
.

Art. II Act no. 267/2015 Coll.
Transitional provisions


First Proceedings pursuant to § 31 para. 1, § 37 para. 2 and 5, § 60 par. 2, § 67 paragraph
. 2, § 83b Sec. 1, § 83c paragraph. 5 and § 84 para. 1 point. r) au) and §
84 par. 3 of Law no. 258/2000 Coll., as amended effective prior to the date of entry into force of this Act
commenced prior to the effective date of this Act and
before that date final unfinished, was completed according
existing legislation.

Second The Ministry of Health carried out a first assessment pursuant to § 80 paragraph.
1 point. a) Act no. 258/2000 Coll., as amended, effective from the date of entry into force of this Act
in 2016.

Third The regional health authority shall make a first assessment pursuant to § 82 para. 2
point. u) of the Act no. 258/2000 Coll., as amended, effective from the date of entry into force of this Act
in 2016.

Fourth Information pursuant to § 4 para. 6 of the last sentence of Act no. 258/2000 Coll., As amended
effective from the date of entry into force of this Act, it shall
person referred to in § 3 para. 2 subscribers within 3 months from the date of
entry into force of this Act.

1) Directive of the European Parliament and the Council no. 95/46 / EC of 24 October
1995 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data
on the free movement of such data.

Council Directive 98/83 / EC of 3 November 1998 on the quality of water intended for human consumption
.

Decision of the European Parliament and the Council no. 2119/98 / EC of 24 September 1998
setting up a network for the epidemiological surveillance and control of communicable diseases in the Community
.

Commission Decision 2000/96 / EC of 22 December 1999 on the communicable
diseases to be progressively covered by the Community network under
decision of the European Parliament and the Council no. 2119/98 / EC.

Directive of the European Parliament and Council Directive no. 2000/54 / EC of 18 September
2000 on the protection of workers from risks related to exposure to biological agents at work
(seventh individual Directive within the meaning of Article. 16 paragraph. 1
Directive 89/391 / EEC).

Directive of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2002/49 / EC of 25 June 2002
the assessment and management of environmental noise.

Commission Decision 2002/253 / EC of 19 March 2002 laying down
case definitions for reporting communicable diseases to the Community network
by the European Parliament and the Council no. 2119/98 / EC.

EC Commission Decision 2003/534 / EC of 17 July 2003

Amending Decision no. 2119/98 / EC of the European Parliament and the Council and Decision
2000/96 / EC as regards communicable diseases listed in those decisions,
and amending Decision 2002/253 / EC regarding
case definitions for communicable diseases.

Commission Decision 2003/542 / EC of 17 July 2003 amending
Decision 2000/96 / EC as regards the operation of dedicated surveillance networks
.

Directive of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2006/7 / EC of 15 February 2006
management of bathing water quality and repealing Directive 76/160 / EEC.

Commission Decision 2007/875 / EC of 18 December 2007 amending
decision of the European Parliament and the Council no. 2119/98 / EC and Decision
2000/96 / EC as regards communicable diseases listed in those decisions.

Commission Decision 2008/426 / EC of 28 April 2008 amending
Decision 2002/253 / EC laying down case definitions for reporting
communicable diseases to the Community network under Decision || | Parliament and the Council no. 2119/98 / EC.

Directive of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2009/148 / EC of 30 November
2009 on the protection of workers from risks related to exposure to asbestos at work
.

Commission Decision 2009/177 / EC of 31 October 2008 implementing
Council Directive 2006/88 / EC as regards surveillance and eradication programs and
status of Member States, zones and infection.

Commission Decision 2009/363 / EC of 30 April 2009 amending
Decision 2002/253 / EC laying down case definitions for reporting
communicable diseases to the Community network under Decision || | Parliament and the Council no. 2119/98 / EC.

Commission Decision 2009/539 / EC of 10 July 2009 amending
Decision 2000/96 / EC on communicable diseases to be progressively
is intercepted by the Community network under Decision of the European Parliament and | || Council no. 2119/98 / EC.

Commission Decision 2009/540 / EC of 10 July 2009 amending
Decision 2002/253 / EC as regards the case definitions for reporting
Influenza A (H1N1) to the Community network.

Commission Decision 2009/547 / EC of 10 July 2009 amending
Decision 2000/57 / EC on the early warning and response system for
prevention and control of communicable diseases under Decision || | Parliament and the Council no. 2119/98 / EC.

Council Directive 2010/32 / EU of 10 May 2010 implementing
Framework Agreement on prevention from sharp injuries in the hospital and
healthcare sector concluded by HOSPEEM and EPSU.

Commission Decision 2009/312 / EC of 2 April 2009 amending
Decision 2000/96 / EC as regards dedicated surveillance networks for communicable diseases
.

2) Labour Code.

Decree no. 178/2001 Coll., Laying down the conditions for protection
health of workers at work, as amended Government Regulation no. 523/2002 Coll.

4a) Act no. 22/1997 Coll., On technical requirements for products and
amending and supplementing certain acts, as amended.

4b) For example, Act no. 22/1997 Coll., As amended, Act No.
. 157/1998 Coll., On chemical substances and chemical preparations and
amending certain other acts, as amended, Act no.
110/1997 Coll., On foodstuffs and tobacco products and amending and supplementing
some related laws, as amended.

4c) § 2. p) of the Act no. 110/1997 Coll., on food and tobacco
products and amending and supplementing some related laws, as amended
Act no. 316/2004 Coll.

5) Council Directive 98/83 / EC on the quality of water intended for human consumption.

6) Act no. 164/2001 Coll., On natural healing sources, sources
natural mineral water, natural spas and spa locations
and amending certain related acts (Spa Act)
as amended.

6a) Act no. 274/2001 Coll., On water mains and sewer systems for public
use and amending some laws (the Water and Sewage)
amended by Act no. 320/2002 Coll.

7) Act no. 22/1997 Coll., As amended by Act no. 71/2000 Coll.

8) Decree no. 163/2002 Coll., Laying down technical
requirements for selected construction products.

8a) Act no. 254/2001 Coll., On waters and amending some laws (
Water Act), as amended.


8b) Decree no. 469/2000 Coll., Laying down the content
individual trades.

9) § 7 of the Act no. 561/2004 Coll., On preschool, primary, secondary,
vocational and other education (Education Act).

Law no. 76/1978 Coll., On school facilities, as amended
regulations.

11) Act no. 372/2011 Coll., On health services and conditions of their
provision (Health Services Act).

10a) Act no. 359/1999 Coll., On child protection, as amended
.

11) Act no. 48/1997 Coll., On public health insurance and amending and supplementing certain
related laws, as amended.

12) Act no. 94/1963 Coll., On family, as amended.

13) § 51 of Act no. 29/1984 Coll., As amended by Act no. 171/1990 Coll.

14) § 53 of Act no. 20/1966 Coll., As amended by Act no. 548/1991 Coll.

15) Decree no. 137/1998 Coll., On general technical requirements for construction
.

16) § 86 of Act no. 50/1976 Coll., On territorial planning and building regulations
(Building Act).

17) Act no. 100/1988 Coll., On Social Security, as amended
regulations.

§ 45 and 46 of the Act no. 114/1988 Coll., On the competence of the Czech Republic in
Social Security, as amended.

17a) Decree no. 440/2000 Coll., Which regulates the conditions
prevent the emergence and spread of infectious diseases and hygiene requirements for the operation
medical facilities and social care institutions.

18) Act no. 110/1997 Coll., As amended.

19) § 18a of Act no. 20/1966 Coll., As amended.

19a) Decree no. 107/2001 Coll., On hygienic requirements for catering services and
principles of personal and operational hygiene in epidemiologically important activities
.

20) Act no. 455/1991 Coll., On Trades (Trade
Act), as amended.

21) Act no. 76/1978 Coll., As amended.

23) For example Act no. 110/1997 Coll., As amended,
Act no. 166/1999 Coll., On veterinary care and amending related laws
(Veterinary Act), as amended regulations.

26a) Act no. 102/2001 Coll., On general product safety and amending
certain acts (GPSD), as amended by Act No.
. 146/2002 Coll.

27) § 4 para. 1 point. f) Section 6 of the Act no. 37/1989 Coll., on protection against
alcoholism and other addictions, as amended.

27a) Act no. 110/1997 Coll., As amended. Decree no. 475/2002
Coll., Stipulating the scope of knowledge to obtain a certificate proving
knowledge hub, the way the tests, as well as the particulars of the application
and certificates (Decree on test knowledge hub).

27b) of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1935/2004 of 27
October 2004 on materials and articles intended to come into contact with food and
repealing Directives 80/590 / EEC and 89 / 109 / EEC.

29) Act no. 79/1997 Coll., On pharmaceuticals and amending and supplementing some
related laws, as amended.

29a) § 2 para. 1 point. b) Act no. 634/1992 Coll., on consumer protection
.

Decree no. 25/1999 Coll., Laying down the procedure for evaluating
hazards of chemicals and chemical products, the way they
classification and labeling and the issue
List of hitherto classified dangerous chemical substances, as amended Government Regulation no. 258/2001 Coll.

31) Act no. 49/1997 Coll., On civil aviation and amending and supplementing
Act no. 455/1991 Coll., On Trades (Trade Act)
amended in as amended.

32) Act no. 13/1997 Coll., On roads, as amended
regulations.

32a) Act no. 266/1994 Coll., On railways, as amended.

32b) Act no. 344/1992 Coll., On the Land Registry of the Czech Republic
(Cadastral Act), as amended.

33) § 120 of the Act no. 50/1976 Coll., As amended by Act no. 83/1998 Coll.

33a) Act no. 18/1997 Coll., On peaceful use of nuclear energy and
ionizing radiation (Atomic Act) and amending and supplementing certain
Acts, as amended.

33b) of the Labour Code.


Decree no. 178/2001 Coll., As amended.

Decree no. 502/2000 Coll., On health protection against adverse
effects of noise and vibration.

Decree no. 480/2000 Coll., On health protection against non-ionizing radiation
.

33d) Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 March 2003
amending Council Directive 83/477 / EEC on the protection of workers from risks
exposure to asbestos at work.

35a) Act no. 350/2011 Coll., On chemical substances and mixtures and
amending certain laws (Chemical Act), as amended
regulations.

35e) § 54 of Act no. 20/1966 Coll., As amended.

35f) § 98 of Act no. 111/1998 Coll., On universities and on changes and amendments to other laws
(Universities Act), as amended
regulations.

35g) § 82 para. 2 of Act no. 326/2004 Coll., On phytosanitary care and
amendment of related laws.

35h) Item 22 of Schedule administrative fees Act no. 368/1992 Coll., On
administrative fees, as amended.

36) § 2 para. 3 point. d) of the Act no. 79/1997 Coll.

36a) Act no. 133/2000 Coll., On register of population and birth certificate numbers and
amended (the Population Register Act), as amended
regulations.

37a) Regulation of the European Parliament and the Council no. 528/2012 of 22
May 2012 on the supply of biocidal products on the market and use.

37b) § 49 of Act no. 326/2004 Coll., On phytosanitary care and amendments
some related laws, as amended.

Act no. 114/1992 Coll., On nature and landscape protection, as amended
regulations.

37c) Decree no. 490/2000 Coll., On the extent of knowledge and other conditions
to acquire proficiency in certain fields of public health
.

39) Annex no. 5 of Part A of Decree no. 77/1981 Coll., On medical
workers and other professional workers in health care.

40) Annex no. 2 of Decree no. 77/1981 Coll.

41) Act no. 218/2000 Coll., On budgetary rules and amending
some related laws (budget rules).

42) For example Act no. 50/1976 Coll., As amended.

43) Act no. 101/2000 Coll., On protection of personal data and amending certain laws
, as amended.

43b) Decree no. 554/2002 Coll., Stipulating the form of a request for extradition
integrated permission, scope and manner of its completion.

43c) Act no. 256/2001 Coll., On funeral services and amending certain laws,
amended.

43d) Article 12 of Directive 76/768 / EEC.

44) § 138 of the Labour Code.

45) Decree no. 342/1997 Coll., Laying down the procedure for recognition of occupational diseases
and publishes a list of medical devices that recognize these
disease.

46) § 29 point. a) through f), h) to j) and point. n) and o) of the Act no. 200/1990
Coll., on misdemeanors, as amended.

47a) Act no. 219/1999 Coll., On the Armed Forces of the Czech Republic,
amended.

47a) Act no. 187/2006 Coll., On sickness insurance.

47b) § 1 of the Act no. 361/2003 Coll., On the service of members of security forces
.

47c) For example Act no. 325/1999 Coll., On asylum and amending Act no.
283/1991 Coll., On the Police of the Czech Republic, as amended,
(Asylum Act) as amended.

47d) Act no. 269/1994 Coll., On Criminal Records, as amended
regulations.

48) Act no. 110/1997 Coll., As amended.

51) Act no. 95/2004 Coll., On conditions for the acquisition and recognition
and specialized competencies to perform medical
professions of doctor, dentist and pharmacist, as amended by Act no.
125 / 2005 Sb.

Law no. 96/2004 Coll., On conditions for obtaining and recognition of qualifications for
pursuing paramedical professions and for activities
providing health care and amending certain
related laws (Act on paramedical professions)
amended by Act no. 125/2005 Coll.

52) § 22 of Act no. 89/2012 Coll.

53) Act no. 251/2005 Coll., On labor inspection.

53a) Act no. 526/1990 Coll., On prices, as amended.


56) Act no. 71/1967 Coll., On administrative proceedings (Administrative Procedure Act), as amended
.

56a) § 149 paragraph. 1 of Act no. 500/2004 Coll., Administrative Procedure.

57) Act no. 239/2000 Coll., On the integrated rescue system and amending
certain laws as amended by Act no. 320/2002 Coll. and Act no. 20/2004 Coll
.

58) Act no. 240/2000 Coll., On crisis management and amending certain laws
(Crisis Act), as amended by Act no. 320/2002 Coll.

60) Act no. 455/1991 Coll., On Trades (Trade
Act), as amended. Government Regulation no. 278/2008 Coll., On
content of individual trades, as amended Government Regulation no. 288/2010 Coll
.

61) Act no. 373/2011 Coll., On specific health services.

62) Council Regulation (EEC) no. 2658/87 of 23 July 1987 on the tariff and statistical nomenclature and
Common Customs Tariff.

Regulation of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 178/2002 of 28 January
2002 laying down the general principles and requirements of food law,
establishing the European Food Safety Authority and laying down procedures | || relating to food safety, as amended.

Regulation of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 851/2004 of 21 April
2004 establishing a European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control.

Regulation of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 852/2004 of 29 April
2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs, as amended.

Regulation of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 882/2004 of 29 April
2004 on official controls to ensure verification of compliance with laws and regulations
with feed and food law, animal health and || | animal welfare, as amended.

Regulation of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1935/2004 of 27
October 2004 on materials and articles intended to come into contact with food and
repealing Directives 80/590 / EEC and 89/109 / EEC, as amended.

Regulation of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1223/2009 of 30 November 2009
cosmetics.

Regulation of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1907/2006 of 18
December 2006 concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals
, establishing a European Chemicals Agency, about || | amending Directive 1999/45 / EC and repealing Council Regulation (EEC) no. 793/93
Commission Regulation (EC) no. 1488/94, Council Directive 76/769 / EEC and Directives
Commission 91 / 155 / EEC, 93/105 / EC and 2000/21 / EC, as amended.

Regulation of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1272/2008 of 16
December 2008 on classification, labeling and packaging of substances and mixtures, amending and repealing Directives
67/548 / EEC and 1999 / 45 / EC, and amending Regulation (EC) No.
1907/2006, as amended.

Commission Regulation (EU) no. 10/2011 of 14 January 2011 on materials and articles
plastics intended for food contact.

Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) no. 321/2011 of 1 April 2011
amending Regulation (EU) no. 10/2011 regarding the restriction of the use
Bisphenol A in plastic infant bottles.

Commission Regulation (EU) no. 284/2011 of 22 March 2011 laying
down specific conditions and detailed procedures for the import of plastic kitchenware
of polyamide and melamine originating in or consigned from the People
People's Republic of China special administrative region of Hong Kong
.

Commission Regulation (EC) no. 282/2008 of 27 March 2008 on materials and articles
recycled plastics intended for food contact and
amending Regulation (EC) no. 2023/2006.

Commission Regulation (EC) no. 2023/2006 of 22 December 2006 on good
manufacturing practice for materials and articles intended for contact with food.

Commission Regulation (EC) no. 1895/2005 of 18 November 2005 on the restriction
use of certain epoxy derivatives in materials and articles intended for contact with food
.

Regulation of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 765/2008 of 9
July 2008 setting out the requirements for accreditation and market surveillance
relating to the marketing of products and repealing Regulation
(EEC) no. 339/93.

63) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1223/2009.

64) Article 19, paragraph. 5 of European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1223/2009
.

65) Directive of the European Parliament and the Council no. 2000/54 / EC.

66) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 2006/2004 of 27.

October 2004 on cooperation between national authorities responsible for
enforcement of consumer protection ( "the Regulation on
cooperation in the field of consumer protection ').

67) Article 2, point 6 and Article 10 paragraph. 1 Regulation of the European Parliament and
Council Regulation (EC) no. 882/2004.

68) EN ISO 19011: 2012 Guidelines for auditing management systems.

69) Article 3 point. b) Regulation of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 2006/2004
.

70) Article 3 point. k) Regulation of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 2006/2004
.

71) Council Regulation (EEC) No. 2658/87.

72) For example, Commission Regulation (EU) no. 284/2011 of 22 March 2011
laying down specific conditions and detailed procedures for the import
plastic kitchenware from polyamide and melamine originating in or
consigned from the People's Republic of China and the special administrative region Hong Kong
.

73) Article 28 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 882/2004.

74) Article 24 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1935/2004.

75) Act no. 247/2014 Coll., On the provision of childcare services in child
group and amending related laws.

76) For example Act no. 273/2008 Coll., On the Police of the Czech Republic,
amended, Act no. 553/1991 Coll., On Municipal Police,
amended.

77) Decree no. 268/2009 Coll., On technical requirements for buildings in
amended by Decree no. 20/2012 Coll.

Decree no. 501/2006 Coll., On the general requirements for land use in
amended.

Decree no. 26/1999 Coll. hl. m. Prague, about
general technical requirements for construction in the capital city of Prague, as amended
regulations.

78) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1272/2008, as amended
.

79) Act no. 61/1988 Coll., On mining activities, explosives and state
Mining Administration, as amended.

80) Act no. 89/2012 Coll., Civil Code.

81) Act no. 109/2002 Coll., On institutional care or protective
education in school facilities and on preventive educational care in
educational establishments and amending other laws, as amended
regulations.

82) Act no. 108/2006 Coll., On Social Services, as amended
regulations.

83) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 851/2004.

84) § 12 of Act no. 309/2006 Coll., Stipulating further requirements
occupational safety and health in labor relations and
ensuring health and safety in employment or the provision of services
outside labor relations (Act on securing other conditions
occupational safety and health).

85) Act no. 255/2012 Coll., On control (control rules).

86) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 882/2004, as amended
.

87) Regulation of the European Parliament and Council Regulation 1935/2004, as amended.

Commission Regulation (EU) no. 10/2011.

Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) no. 321/2011.

Commission Regulation (EU) no. 284/2011.

Commission Regulation (EC) no. 282/2008.

Commission Regulation (EC) no. 2023/2006.

Commission Regulation (EC) no. 1895/2005.

88) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 852/2004, as amended
.

Regulation of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 178/2002, as amended
.

89) Part thirteenth Act no. 561/2004 Coll., On preschool, elementary,
secondary, vocational and other education (Education Act), as amended
.

Regulation of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1907/2006, as amended
.

90) Art. 2 Regulation of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 178/2002
laying down the general principles and requirements of food law,
establishing the European Food Safety Authority and laying down procedures
related to food safety.