Rules On The Types Of Business In Which The Employer Involved In The Competent Bodies

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par komercdarbības veidiem, kuros darba devējs iesaista kompetentu institūciju

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 99 in Riga on 8 February 2005 (pr. 8. § 25) the rules on the types of business in which the employer shall involve the competent authority Issued in accordance with the Labour Protection Act article 9 the fifth rule 1 determine the ways in which the business of the employer involved in the competent bodies, the involvement of the competent institution, as well as cases in which the employer, making commercial activities may not engage a competent institution.
2. Employer employment protection system design and maintenance involving the competent institution, if he the general classification of economic activities NACE shall take any of the rules referred to in annex 1 business lines.
3. The competent institution shall, on the basis of an agreement with the employer, the company creates and maintains employment protection system, performing at least the following: 3.1 assess the risk in the company;
3.2. the company's compliance with employment protection legislation, as well as of labour protection related laws and requirements (such as fire safety, chemical and chemical product safety, hazardous machine safety);
3.3. developing the work plan of measures to correct the identified risk or reduce it to acceptable levels, as well as the company's compliance with employment protection legislation.
4. the competent authority's tasks is the right of the employer to request and receive the following information: 4.1. company representative of General information (the number of employees, type of activity, the number of buildings (branches), and a description of where the competent institution would have to perform the tasks specified in the contract);
4.2. Description of the current situation (for example, number of jobs, working process, used equipment and technology);
4.3. projected changes in the working environment;
4.4. the protection measures in the company and the workplace, as well as the risk factors that cause or may cause a risk to the safety and health of employees;
4.5. other information about the company, which requires the competent institution work tasks (such as opinions and legislation on occupational accidents, accidents at work, the materials of the investigation, the State labour inspection warning, decisions and instructions).
5. an employer may not involve the competent institution, if the company has more than five employees. If your organization has more than five employees, the employer may not involve the competent institution, if he shall ensure that the following requirements are met: 5.1 the company up and running protection system, for which the employer has notified the national labour inspectorate;
5.2. internal monitoring of the working environment and risk assessment carried out in the undertaking labour protection specialist who won professional higher education in labour protection.
6. Employer to certify that rule 5.1 and 5.2 requirements referred to, it shall submit the national labour inspectorate: 6.1. communication on the labour protection system in Enterprise (annex 2);
6.2. the rules referred to in point 5.2 of the labour protection specialist education and supporting documents, a copy of the employment contract;
6.3. the risk assessment results and the protection plan.
7. the State Labour Inspectorate by this provision in paragraph 6 of document receipt shall assess the information provided and, if necessary, visiting the company and verify the accuracy of the information provided in the documents and the labour protection system compliance with regulatory requirements.
8. Compliance with the provisions of the control of the Labour Inspectorate.
9. Until 1 January 2009 this rule 5.2. referred to the work environment internal monitoring and risk assessment in the company is entitled to perform labour protection specialist with higher education in natural sciences, engineering, health or law and at least five years of working experience in the profession when he has mastered the basic protection of the professional development program.
10. the regulations shall enter into force by 1 January 2006.
Informative reference to European Union directive rules included provisions deriving from Council of 12 June 1989 of Directive 89/391/EEC on the introduction of measures to encourage improvements in the safety and health of workers.
Prime Minister a. Halloween Welfare Minister d. Staķ is the Editorial Note: rules shall enter into force on January 1, 2006.
1. the annex to Cabinet of Ministers of February 8 2005 the Regulation No 99 activities according to the general classification of economic activities NACE, in which the employer employment protection system design and maintenance of a competent authority should be involved no PO box
Description of the action (A) agriculture, hunting and forestry 1.
02.01 forestry and timber preparation 2.
02.02 to the forestry and wood preparation related services (B) fishery 3.
05.01 fishery 4.
05.02 fish farms and fisheries activities C mining and quarrying CA energy use mining 5.
10.30 peat mining and agglomeration CB mining, excluding energy production input extraction of 6.
14.12 limestone, gypsum and chalk quarrying D manufacturing DA food products, beverages and tobacco 7.
15.61 grain milling products 8.
15.71 manufacture of finished feed 9.
15.84 cocoa production; the chocolate and sugary confectionery production, 10 confection.
15.92 production of ethyl alcohol from fermented materials 11.
15.96 beer production DB textile production 12.
17.11 cotton fibre preparation and spinning of 13.
17.12 fiber preparation and spinning of 14.
preparation and spinning of Worsted 17.13 15.
preparation and spinning of Flax 17.14 16.
17.21 cotton cloth production 17.
the other fabrics in the production of 17.25 18.
17.30 fabric finish DD wood products 19.
20.1 wood sawing, planing and impregnation 20.
20.20 veneer sheets (finierskaid and lobskaid), plywood, glued the boards, chip boards, fibre boards and other panels and boards manufacture DE pulp, paper and paper products;
publishing and printing in 21.
21.12 paper and paperboard production in 22.
22.21 Newspaper printing 23.
22.22 printing n.e.c. qualified expenses 24.
22.23 bookbinding and finishing 25th.
tagging and image making 22.24 26.
22.25 other printing related activities DG chemicals, chemical products and fibres 27.
24.11 industrial gases production 28.
24.12 dyes and pigments industry 29.
24.13 other inorganic chemicals manufacturing 30.
24.14 Other basic organic chemical manufacturing 31.
24.15 fertilizers and nitrogen compounds in the production of 32.
24.20 pesticides and other agrochemical preparations of production 33.
24.30 paints, coatings and similar pernic, typography, colour and mastic production 34.
24.41 basic pharmaceutical industry 35.
24.42 pharmaceutical preparations manufacture of 36.
24.51 SOAP and detergents, cleaning and polishing of 37 production.
24.52 Perfumes and cosmetics industry 38.
24.61 explosives production 39.
24.62 and Adhesives gelatine production 40.
production of essential oils 24.63 41.
chemical production photos from 24.64 42.
the Recording features 24.65 production without a record 43.
24.66 other chemical substances not elsewhere classified production 44.
synthetic fibres 24.70 DI other non metallic minerals 45.
26.15 the other glass products, including technical glassware manufacture of 46.
26.40 Fired clay bricks, tiles and other building materials manufacture branded 47.
26.51 Cement 48.
not elsewhere classified 26.82 other non-metallic mineral products DJ manufacture of metal and metal products 49.
27.5 metal casting 50.
No 28.21 metal tank, reservoir and container manufacturing 51.
28.22 central heating radiator and boiler production 52.
28.40 forging, pressing, metal, stamping and rolling, powder metallurgy not elsewhere classified DK machinery and equipment production of 53.
29.22 lifting and handling equipment manufacture of 54.
29.24 other general n.e.c. manufacture of machinery use 55.
29.32 other agricultural and forestry machinery production 56.
29.52 manufacture of machinery for mining, quarrying and construction for 57.
29.54 manufacture of machinery for textile, clothing and leather production DM transport equipment 58.
35.11 shipbuilding and repair DNA production not elsewhere classified 59.
37.10 metal waste and scrap recycling E electricity, gas and water supply 60.
40.20 gas production; distribution of gaseous fuels through gas pipelines 61.
40.30 steam and hot-water supply F construction of 62.
45.11 demolition and dismantling of buildings, the ground work for 63.
45.25 other construction work that requires special professional training of 64.

45.33 Sanitārtehnisk works 65.
45.44 painters and Glaziers work 66.
45.45 other works completion operations G wholesale and retail trade; cars, motorcycles, personal and household hardware and machine repair is 67.
50.20 maintenance and automotive repair I Transport, storage, communications * 68.
60.10.2 freight rail transport 69.
60.24.12 the transport of petroleum products with this purpose specialized vehicles 70.
60.24.13 other liquid or gas transport with vehicles specialized in most 71.
61.10.22 crude oil transport by sea or coastal waters 72.
61.10.23 other liquid or gas transport in most of the sea and coastal waters operation K real estate, renting and business services * 73.
74.70.11 disinfection and disinfestation services 74.
74.70.12 window cleaning services 75.
74.70.15 fireplace and chimney cleaning services note.
Classification according to the type of activity the CPU.
Welfare Minister d. Staķ annex 2 Cabinet February 8 2005 the Regulation No 99 Welfare Minister d.-Staķ