The Act Of 13 April 2007 On State Labour Inspection

Original Language Title: USTAWA z dnia 13 kwietnia 2007 r. o Państwowej Inspekcji Pracy

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Chapter 1 the Organization national labour inspection Article. 1. [national labour inspection], the national labour inspection is the body set up to supervise and control compliance with labour law, in particular the provisions and the principles of safety and health at work, as well as rules on the legality of employment and other employment to the extent specified in the Act.

Article. 2. [for the supervision of the State Labour Inspectorate], the national labour inspection is governed by the Sejm. The supervision of the State Labour Inspectorate within the range specified in this Act is exercised by the Council for the protection of Labour.

Article. 3. [OUs national labour inspection] 1. OUs national labour inspection are: the Chief Labour Inspectorate, district labour inspectorates and State training centre of the Labour Inspectorate. Professor Jan Rosner in Wrocław, hereinafter referred to as "the Centre".

2. The State labour inspectorate directs the Chief Inspector using substitutes.

Article. 4. the [Chief Inspector] 1. The main labour inspector shall appoint and dismiss speaker of the Parliament after consultation with the Council for the protection of labour and the Committee of the Sejm.

2. the Chief Inspector Job duties until the appointment of his successor.

3. Deputy Chief Inspector Work shall appoint and dismiss the speaker of the Sejm, at the request of the Chief Inspector to work in consultation with the Council for the protection of Labour.

Article. 5. [the regional labour inspectorate] 1. The regional labour inspectorate covers the scope of its territorial area of one or more provinces. In County even-handed can be created.

2. The district labour inspector district directs the work with the help of Deputies.

3. The district labour inspectors shall appoint and dismiss the Chief Inspector to work in consultation with the Council for the protection of Labour.

Article. 6. [Delegation] 1. Speaker of the Parliament at the request of the Principal labour inspector shall determine, by order: 1) the statutes of the State labour inspection, specifying its internal organization;

2) headquarters and territorial scope of the regional properties labour inspectorates.

2. Order of the Marshal of the Sejm in the cases referred to in paragraph 1. 1, are subject to the notice in the official journal of the Republic of Poland "Monitor Polish".

Article. 7. [the Council for labour protection] 1. Shall appoint to the Council for labour protection, hereinafter referred to as "the Council", as the supervisory authority in matters relating to the observance of labour law, including health and safety at work, as well as the legality of employment and the activities of the national labour inspection.

2. the Council shall enter into 30 members, including the Chairman, Deputy Chairman, Secretary and members, which appoints and dismisses the Marshal of the Sejm. The term of Office of the Council lasts four years.

3. the members of the Council shall perform duties until the appointment of new members.

4. The members of the Council shall appoint from the members, senators and candidates declared by the President of the Council of Ministers and by the trade unions and employers ' organisations representative within the meaning of the Act of 6 July 2001 on the Tripartite Commission for socio-economic and regional social dialogue committees (Journal of laws No. 100, item 1080, as amended), as well as by other social organizations dealing with the issues of labour protection. The Council also appointed experts and representatives of science.

5. the Council can appoint the employee national labour inspection, unless the use of leave without pay granted in order to perform the functions of your choice.

6. the rules of representation in the Council and the diet of the members of the Council to participate in its work Specifies the speaker of the Parliament by way of interlocutory procedures.

7. The task of the Council to express a position on matters from the scope of national labour inspection, in particular on: 1) programs of activities and tasks of the national labour inspection;

2) periodic assessments of the activities of the national labour inspection and the conclusions arising from these evaluations;

3) issues labour protection circulated.

8. The Council expresses its opinion on candidates for the posts of Principal labour inspector and his deputies and district labour inspectors.

9. the Council acts on the basis adopted by the rules of procedure, approved by the speaker of the Sejm.

Article. 8. [The Job Training national labour inspection] 1. (repealed).

2. The tasks of the Centre should be the training and improvement of personnel national labour inspection and the dissemination of knowledge and information, as well as advice on labour protection.

3. (repealed).

Article. 9. [the expert Permission to matters of safety and health at work] 1. Chief Inspector of work suitable permissions expert for safety and health at work, on a proposal from the Commission for the assessment of the qualification of candidates for the Experts, hereinafter referred to as "the Commission", and a central register of issued permissions.

2. the powers of the testers for safety and health at work, hereinafter referred to as "the expert", can be given to a person who: 1) graduated from the higher technical studies;

2) has at least 5 years of professional practice in the field of a completed study;

3) preparation course assessment projects in occupational safety and health and ergonomics, carried out by an agency authorised by the Chief Labour Inspector, according to the programme approved by the Chief Inspector;

4) submitted, with a positive result, the exam before the Commission.

3. Granted permissions authorize an expert to assessment projects newly built or rebuilt buildings or parts thereof, which provides for a working area, in terms of compliance with the provisions of the occupational safety and health and ergonomics.

4. Chief Inspector Work, on its own initiative or at the request of the competent district labour inspector may revoke testers for release by his opinion that violates in significantly the provisions of health and safety at work. Chief Inspector may also revoke testers at the request of the district labour inspector, due to the location of the work, if it is determined during the reception of the object or its operation, that in its opinion by an expert does not incorporate the relevant provisions of health and safety at work. The decision to withdraw permission testers should be taken after consideration of his explanations.

5. The members of the Commission, on 4-year term, appoints a Chief Inspector to work in consultation with the competent Minister for Labour Affairs from among candidates submitted by: 1) construction supervision Authority, 2) technical organizations, professional associations, chambers of Commerce, professional self-government as defined in the Act of 15 December 2000 on local professional architects and civil engineers (OJ of 2013.932 and 1650 and from 2014.768), and from among the representatives of science and national labour inspection staff. The Commission includes 8 people.

6. Chief Inspector Work in consultation with the competent Minister for Labour Affairs may revoke the Member of the Commission: 1) at the request of the principal, who reported his candidacy;

2) in the case of systematic non-participation in the work of the Commission.

7. the members of the Commission shall receive for participating in the work of the Commission fee, as well as diet and reimbursement of travel expenses on the principles set out in the regulations issued on the basis of art. 775 § 2 of the Act of 26 June 1974-labour code (Journal of laws 1998, No 21, item 94., as amended.).

8. Costs related to the preparation of candidates for the experts, the qualification by experts and broadcasting rights experts, established by the Chief Labour Inspector, shall bear the appropriate candidate for the surveyor or appraiser.

9. the competent Minister after consulting the Main labour inspector shall determine by regulation: 1) the specific terms and conditions and the procedure for granting and withdrawing powers of assessors, as well as the requirements for the preparation of candidates for the experts and qualification by experts, taking into account the level of education, previous work experience in credit reference projects for construction, as well as the need for periodic training;

2) the scope of the privileges granted, as referred to in paragraph 1. 3, the pattern of the powers of the testers, pattern classification and the stamp and pattern names the aforementioned registry projects, taking into account the type of construction and project groups;

3) requirements for reviews appraisers for projects newly built or rebuilt buildings or parts thereof, which provides for the execution of the work, and the appeal of these reviews, taking into account the specificity, the nature and purpose of the work, as well as compliance with applicable laws and solutions adopted standards;

4) mode of appointment and dismissal of the members of the Commission, how the Commission and the examination, taking into account the need to ensure the smooth functioning of the Commission;

5) the amount of remuneration of the members of the Commission, taking into account the range of actions.



Chapter 2 national labour inspection Tasks Art. 10. [the scope of national labour inspection] 1. The tasks of the national labour inspection:


1) supervision and control of compliance with the provisions of labour law, in particular the provisions and the principles of safety and health at work, the provisions relating to employment, remuneration for work and other benefits arising from an employment relationship, working time, leave, allowances of employees related to parenting, employment of young persons and persons with disabilities;

2) (repealed);

3) control of legality of employment, other gainful activities, and control of the compliance with the obligation to: (a)) (repealed), b) to inform the district labour offices by the unemployed to take jobs, other employment or activity c) contributions to the Labour Fund, d) entry in the register of employment agency business, which is dependent on obtaining an entry in that register, e) the conduct of employment agencies in accordance with the conditions laid down in the legislation on employment promotion and labour market institutions , f) of business entities referred to in article 1. 18 c of the Act of 20 April 2004 on employment promotion and labour market institutions (Journal of laws of 2013.674, as amended), in accordance with the conditions set out in article 3. 19 c, art. 19 d, art. 19ga and article. paragraph 85. 2 of this Act;

4) control of legality of employment, other gainful and work by foreigners;

5) (repealed);

6) control of products placed on the market or brought into use in terms of the principal or not other requirements for health and safety at work, as defined in separate regulations;

6a) supervision of the fulfilment by employers obligations referred to in article 1. 35 and article. 37 paragraph 2. 5 and 6 of Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 December 2006 concerning the registration, evaluation, authorisation and restriction of chemicals (REACH), establishing a European Chemicals Agency, amending Directive 1999/45/EC and repealing Council Regulation (EEC) No 793/93 and Commission Regulation (EC) No 1488/94 as well as Council Directive 76/769/EEC and Commission directives 91/155/EEC , 93/67/EEC, 93/105/EC and 2000/21/EC (OJ. EU L 396 of 30.12.2006, p. 1, as amended. d.), hereinafter referred to as "Regulation No 1907/2006", in accordance with special provisions on the protection of work in their respective areas of competence;

6B) supervision of compliance with the conditions of use of the substances referred to by the European Chemicals Agency pursuant to art. 9. 4 Regulation No 1907/2006, in their respective areas of competence;

7) taking action to prevent and reduce risks in the work environment, and in particular: (a)) the circumstances and causes of accidents at work and the application of control measures to prevent the accidents, b) analyzing the causes of occupational diseases and the control of the application of measures to prevent these diseases, c) initiating research in the field of labour law, in particular the occupational safety and health, d) initiate projects in matters of labour protection in the Agriculture of the individual , e) to provide advice to reduce the risks to life and health of workers, as well as in compliance with labour law, f) taking preventive measures and promotional efforts to ensure compliance with labour law;

8) interaction with the environmental authorities in the control of compliance by employers of the provisions for combating threats to the environment;

9 [1]) control: a) comply with the requirements of the occupational safety and health referred to in the law of 22 June 2001 on micro-organisms and genetically modified organisms (OJ 2007, no. 36, item 233, 2009. # 18, item 97 and 2015.277) and referred to in the authorisation to operate a plant genetic engineering and ing on the contained use of genetically modified micro-organisms and ing on the contained use of genetically modified , including:-the marking of the plant genetic engineering or its parts, – security measures related to the category of the contained use, the devices used in the contained use in respect of the categories of contained use as defined in the permit to operate a plant genetic engineering and in accordance to the contained use, (b)) of the dossier contained use of micro-organisms genetically modified or genetically modified organisms in plant genetic engineering If this documentation contains information related to the safety and health at work;

9A) control the records of workers performing work under specific conditions or specific character, as referred to in article. 41 paragraph 1. 4 paragraph 2 of the law of 19 December 2008 on pensions bridging (Journal of laws No. 237, 1656 and with 2011 # 75, item 398, no. 138, item 808 and No. 171, item 1016);

10) giving opinions on draft legislation from the scope of labour law;

11) right actions, and with the consent of the person concerned is participating in the proceedings before the Labour Court, in determining the existence of an employment relationship;

12) the issuing and revocation of permits in the cases referred to in article 1. 3045 the Act of 26 June 1974-labour code;

13) granting on the written request of the person concerned information about the minimum conditions of employment of employees referred to in section of the second chapter IIa of the Act of 26 June 1974-labour code;

14) cooperation with the authorities of Member States of the European Union responsible for the supervision of working conditions and employment of staff, involving: a) information about the conditions of employment of employees to perform work in the territory of a Member State of the European Union for a limited period of time, by an employer established in the territory of the Republic of Poland, b) of observed infractions against the rights of employees to perform work in the territory of the Polish Republic for a certain period of time by the employer established in the State which is a member of the European Union , c) identifying supervisory authority over the labour market, to provide the desired information due to the scope of its activities;

15) prosecution of offences against the rights of an employee as defined in the labour code, the offences referred to in article 1. 119-123 of the Act of 20 April 2004 on employment promotion and labour market institutions, as well as other offenses, when the law so provide and participate in the proceedings in these cases as a public prosecutor;

16) perform other tasks specified in the Act and special regulations.

1a. The national labour inspection cooperates with the competent Minister for labour and Minister for Home Affairs in determining, on the basis of the risk assessment, the delegation of work to aliens residing without a valid qualifying document to stay in the territory of the Republic of Poland-sectors of activity at the level of the section, in accordance with the Polish classification of activities (PKD), of particular intensity of the phenomenon.

2. The tasks of the national labour inspection should also be monitoring and control to ensure safe and hygienic working conditions: 1) natural persons carrying out work on a different basis than the employment relationship and to persons exercising self-employed economic activity at the place designated by the employer or entrepreneur, who is not the employer for whom such work is provided;

2) by organising work performed by individuals on a different basis than the employment relationship, in the framework of socially useful;

3) persons in prisons and correctional facilities, carrying out the work, as well as soldiers in active service, carrying out the work entrusted to them.

3. The national labour inspection also exercises supervision and control to ensure the employer secure and hygienic conditions for the activities held there by students and non-students.

4. The national labour inspection can take action in the field of research and measurements and analyze the threats caused by malicious and annoying in the work environment.

Article. 11. [powers of national labour inspection] in case of any breach of labour laws or regulations relating to the legality of employment of the competent authorities of the State Labour Inspectorate are entitled up to: 1) order the removal of the identified weaknesses by the deadline in case the violation of applicable rules and principles of health and safety at work;

2) order: suspend work or activities where the violation causes a direct danger to life or health of workers or other persons performing these works or doing business; referrals to other work employees or other persons authorised to work contrary to the rules in force in wzbronionych, harmful or dangerous or employees or other persons authorised to work in dangerous, if those workers or people do not possess the appropriate qualifications; orders in these matters are subject to immediate execution;

3) order suspend the operation of machinery and equipment in situations where their operation is causing a direct threat to the life or health of people; orders in these matters are subject to immediate execution;


4) prohibit the performance of work or activities where the status of working conditions constitutes a direct threat to the life or health of people; orders in these matters are subject to immediate execution;

5) order, where it is found that the State of health and safety at work threatens the life or health of workers or individuals performing work on a different basis than the employment relationship, including persons engaged in self-employed economic activities, cessation of activities or a particular kind of activity;

6) order establishing, within a specified period, the circumstances and causes of an accident;

6a) to order the tests and measurements of factors harmful and disruptive to the work environment in the event of a breach, the methods, nature or frequency of these tests and measurements or need to determine the performance of work under specific conditions;

7) order the employer payment of wages and other benefits of the employee; orders in these matters are subject to immediate execution;

8) target the instance or issue the command, in the case of other infringements than those mentioned in paragraphs 1 to 7, on their removal, and also draw the consequences in relation to the people.

Article. 11A. [records of the employees performing the work in special conditions, or of a special nature] the competent authorities of the State Labour Inspectorate are entitled to order the employer to put the worker in the records of workers performing work under specific conditions or specific character, as referred to in article. 41 paragraph 1. 4 paragraph 2 of the law of 19 December 2008 on pensions bridging, its removal from the records and to make adjustments to your entry in the records.

Article. 12. [the application of the provisions of the administrative procedure code] in proceedings before the national labour inspection authorities in the matters not regulated by this Act or legislation issued on the basis thereof or in the specific rules shall be governed by the law of 14 June 1960 – administrative procedure code (Journal of laws of 2000 No. 98, item 1071, as amended).

Article. 13. [entities subject to the control of national labour inspection] of State control of the Labour Inspectorate are: 1) the employer and occupational health and safety and legality of employment also non-employers, entrepreneurs, and other organizational units to which is provided work by individuals, including by persons acting as a self-employed economic activity, whatever the basis for providing this work, 2) employment service providers , consulting, vocational guidance and employment within the meaning of article 3. 18 paragraph 1. 1 of the Act of 20 April 2004 on employment promotion and labour market institutions, in compliance with the obligations referred to in article 1. 10 paragraph 1. 1 paragraph 3 (b). (d) and (e), 3) entities referred to in article 1. 18 c of the Act of 20 April 2004 on employment promotion and labour market institutions, in compliance with the conditions referred to in article 1. 19 c, art. 19 d, art. 19ga and article. paragraph 85. 2 this Act-hereinafter referred to as ' controlled entities ".

Article. 14. [Entities that interact with the State Inspection of work in the implementation of its tasks] 1. The national labour inspection on the implementation of the tasks interacts with trade unions, employers ' organisations, local government bodies of the crew, advice workers, social work inspection, public employment services within the meaning of the provisions on employment promotion and labour market institutions and with authorities of the State, and in particular with the authorities of supervision and control over working conditions, police, border guards, Customs, tax offices and Social Insurance, as well as local government authorities.

2. the State Labour Inspectorate is entitled to free use of the data collected: 1) in the central register of Entities-the national records of taxpayers;

2) in national register official entities of the national economy (REGON) led by the President of the Central Statistical Office;

3) by the social insurance on account of the insured person and the payer's account contributions, as referred to respectively in article. 40 and 45 of the Act of 13 October 1998 on the social insurance system (OJ of 2009 # 205, poz. 1585, as amended), in terms of membership of social insurance, as well as data on accidents at work obtained under the Act of 30 October 2002 on social insurance in respect of accidents at work and occupational diseases (Journal of laws of 2009 # 167 , item. 1322, as amended. d.);

4) in a common Electronic system of population register (PESEL RCI);

5) in the registry the unemployed;

6) in the national court register;

7) in the national criminal record.

3. The national labour inspection may, at the request of the trade unions, training and coaching, and provide assistance in the training of social labour inspectors, as well as take action to improve and enhance the performance of the social labour inspectorate.

Article. 15. [help Police to ensure the safety of the controlling] in case of need and to ensure the safety of the control, the police authorities are obliged, at the request of the labour inspector, to provide appropriate assistance.

Article. 16. [Delegation], the President of the Council of Ministers, by regulation, determine the mode and forms of interaction of other bodies for supervision and control of the State Labour Inspectorate in terms of safety and health at work and the legality of employment, with a view to ensuring the smooth and efficient interaction.



Chapter 3 the scope of national labour inspection authorities Art. 17. [the national labour inspectorate] bodies of the national labour inspection are: 1) the Chief Inspector;

2) the size of the labour inspectors;

3) labour inspectors, within the territorial jurisdiction of the regional labour inspectorates.

Article. 18. [the task Inspector] 1. The scope of the root activity of the labour inspector must: 1) directing the activities of the Central Labour Inspectorate and district labour inspectors;

2) deciding on appeals from decisions of district labour inspectors;

3) development of annual and multiannual action programmes national labour inspection;

4) exercise general supervision of the observance of labour law: a), and to submit to the competent authorities of the ratings, reviews and proposals in this field, b) Australia, proceedings in cases of offences referred to in article 1. 17 § 2 of the Act of August 24, 2001 – the code of conduct in cases of offences (OJ 2008 # 133, poz. 848, as amended);

5) giving opinions on draft legislation concerning the right to work and initiating legislative work in this area;

6) initiate projects for the implementation of technical progress in the field of safety and health at work;

7) present proposals in matters of teaching and training in the field of safety and health at work, arranging and conducting of training of labour inspectors and supervision over the activities of the Centre;

8) publishing and promotion for the conservation work;

9) participation in the work of the Government Commission investigating accidents at work;

10) preparation and submission of the information and reports referred to in paragraph 1. 3;

11) broadcast and revocation of permissions expert for safety and health at work referred to in article 1. 9.2. Chief Inspector of work provides to the Minister competent for work summary results of the inspection and evaluation of compliance with labour legislation, including provisions for health and safety at work and the legality of employment.

2A. the Chief Inspector Work is obliged to forward to the Minister competent for the work and the Minister competent for internal affairs not later than 30 April of the following year, pooled the results of checks referred to in article 1. 10 paragraph 1. 1 paragraph 4, concerning the delegation of work to aliens residing without a valid qualifying document to stay in the territory of the Republic of Poland, based on the number of tests carried out in the previous year and the percentage of entities which confers working foreigners resident without a valid qualifying document to stay in the territory of the Republic of Poland in each sector referred to in article 1. 10 paragraph 1. 1a. 3. Chief Inspector images to the Sejm and to the Council of Ministers, not later than 30 June of the following calendar year, information on the activities of the State Labour Inspectorate, and an annual report on its activities, together with the resulting from this activity proposals comply with the labour law and the provisions of the Act of 20 April 2004 on employment promotion and labour market institutions to the extent specified in article 2. 10 paragraph 1. 1 paragraphs 3 and 4, by entities controlled and authorities controlling companies or other organizational units of State or local governments.

4. The annual report referred to in paragraph 1. 3, Chief Inspector Work, submit to the Council for labour protection and to the public.

5. Chief Inspector Work performs its tasks with the help of subordinate to him the main labour inspectorate.


6. the Chief Inspector shall Work steps in matters of labour law to workers of the main labour inspectorate and supervising or carrying out control operations.

7. the Chief Inspector may authorize the district labour inspector to make steps in matters of labour law to engender workers work supervising or carrying out control operations.

Article. 19. [Task of the district labour inspector] 1. To the scope of the district labour inspector shall in particular: 1) directing the activities of the regional labour inspectorate, supervision over the activities of labour inspectors and the coordination of their activities;

2) Division of tasks between the labour inspectors, taking into account their professional qualifications;

3) approving work plans, drawn up by labour inspectors;

4) issue a decision referred to in article 1. 11 paragraph 5;

5) deciding on appeals from the orders and other decisions of labour inspectors;

6) maintaining records of employers operating under its territorial jurisdiction;

7) preparation of periodic reports on the activities of the regional labour inspectorate;

8) notifying the speaker of the appropriate State of cases violations of the terms and conditions of the employment agency referred to in the provisions on employment promotion and labour market institutions;

9) notify appropriate starost of cases, infringements of the provisions on employment promotion and labour market institutions by the unemployed and by the controlled entity.

2. The district labour inspector shall carry out its tasks with the assistance of the regional labour inspectorate.

3. The regional inspector shall work steps in matters of labour law to employees of the district labour inspectorate, with the exception of employees referred to in article 1. 18 paragraph 1. 6. Article. 20. [the report drawn up by the district labour inspector] 1. The regional labour inspector shall draw up an annual report on the activities of the Inspectorate containing an assessment of the State of compliance with the labour law, in particular the State of occupational safety and health, as well as rules on the legality of the employment in the area of the circle.

2. the report referred to in paragraph 1. 1, the regional inspector images in date to the last day of February of the following calendar year Principal Inspector work and competent of the Palatine and was.



Chapter 4 of the control Procedure of article. 21. [purpose of the inspection proceedings] control Procedure is to determine the facts in compliance with labour law, in particular the provisions and the principles of safety and health at work, as well as rules on the legality of the work and document the findings.

Article. 22. [the checks carried out by labour inspectors] 1. Inspections shall carry out labour inspectors, within the territorial jurisdiction of the regional labour inspectorates.

2. the Chief Inspector may appoint a labour inspector to perform specific inspection and the application of legal measures in the area of another district labour inspectorate, and also outside the territory of the Republic of Poland, where the employment relationship is subject to the provisions of the Polish law.

3. the checks referred to in paragraph 1. 1 and 2, in conjunction with the competent labour inspectorates, can also carry out other employees of State Labour Inspectorate with the necessary knowledge on the control, as well as representatives of the foreign services and institutions for the tasks which must be the protection of work, based on personal authority issued respectively by the Chief Labour Inspector or labour inspector district.

Article. 23. [powers of labour inspector in the inspection proceedings] 1. In the course of the procedure control inspector work has the right to: 1) free access to the area and to objects and spaces controlled entity;

2) carry out a Visual inspection of the objects, spaces, workplaces, machinery and equipment and technological processes and work;

3) request from the controlled entity and all employees or persons who are or have been employed, or that perform or work carried out on his behalf on a different basis than the employment relationship, including persons engaged in self-employed economic activity, as well as people who use the services of employment agencies, and interpreting information on matters covered by the control and summon and interrogate these people therefore carried out control;

4) request the presentation of documents relating to the construction, reconstruction or modernisation and run establishment, plans and technical drawings, technical documentation and technology, the results of the surveys, tests and measurements on production or other activities controlled entity, as well as provide you with samples of raw materials and consumables used, manufactured or produced in the course of production, in the amount necessary to carry out studies or research when they link the control;

5) request personal records and all documents related to the performance of work by employees or persons providing work on a different basis than the employment relationship;

6) familiarize yourself with the decisions issued by other bodies of the control and supervision of working conditions and their implementation;

7) fixation of the course and results of the inspection referred to in paragraph 2, by using the apparatus and the technical means used to persist the image or sound;

8) perform the necessary control copies of or extracts from documents, as well as statements and calculations made on the basis of the documents and, if necessary, request them from the controlled entity;

9) verifying the identity of persons engaged or residing in the controlled entity, as well as people who use the services of employment agencies, their being interviewed and statements on the legality of employment or other economic activity;

10) enlist the help of experts and specialists and accredited laboratories.

2. If there is a reasonable risk that the Inspector work information in cases falling under the control of the employee or person referred to in paragraph 1. 1, paragraph 3, would expose the employee or person for any injury or complaint due to grant this information, the Inspector may issue an order to keep secret the circumstances to disclose the identity of that employee or a person, including personal data.

3. In the event of an order referred to in paragraph 1. 2, the circumstances referred to in that provision, remain solely to an inspector. The Protocol of the hearing of the employee or the person share the employer only to prevent the disclosure of personal data referred to in paragraph 1. 2.4. The provision for the conservation of the secrecy of personal data referred to in paragraph 1. 2, the employer shall be entitled to appeal within 3 days from the date of service of the order. A complaint against the order of the labour inspector detects the competent district labour inspector. Proceedings relating to the complaint takes place without the participation of employer and excluding publicity.

5. If you take into account complaints Protocol of the hearing the employee or person shall be destroyed; about the destruction of the Protocol should make reference to monitoring protocol.

6. Chief Inspector Work will determine the rules of conduct with the protocols of the hearings and any other documents referred to in paragraph 1. 2-5.

Article. 24. [Authorization to carry out checks on traders] 1. Labour inspectors are entitled to carry out, without prior notice and at any time of the day or night, monitoring of compliance with labour laws, in particular the State of occupational safety and health, and monitoring compliance with the rules on the legality of employment to the extent referred to in art. 10 paragraph 1. 1 paragraph 3 and 4.

2. the check shall be carried out after the presentation of the business card confirming the identity and powers of the labour inspector or other authorized employee of national labour inspection.

3. Control the trader shall be carried out upon presentation of business legitimacy and authority to carry it out.

4. The authorisation to carry out checks on the trader should contain the following data: 1) an indication of the legal basis of the inspection;

2) the designation of the inspection authority;

3) your first and last name, job title of the person authorized to carry out checks and business card number;

4) define the scope of the control;

5) indication of the entity under scrutiny;

6) an indication of the start date and the anticipated date of completion;

7) signature of the person giving the authorisation, stating the position or functions;

8) instruction controlled entity of his rights and obligations;

9) date and place of issue of the authorization.

5. If the facts justify the immediate to take control of the entrepreneur, it may be taken after the presentation of a business card. Controlled immediately, but not later than within 7 days from the date of the inspection, serve to carry out the control containing the data referred to in paragraph 1. 4.6. To carry out the control appear to Chief Inspector and all its deputies and the size of the labour inspectors and their alternates.


7. The size of the labour inspectors may authorize nadinspektorów – branch managers to issue authorisations referred to in paragraph 1. 3 and 5.

Article. 25. [the participation of experts and specialists in the control of] experts and professionals are involved in the control of based on personal authority issued respectively by the Chief Labour Inspector or labour inspector district.

Article. 26. [inspection] 1. Check shall be carried out at the premises of the controlled entity and other places the performance of his tasks, or storage of financial documents and personnel.

2. Individual control operations can be performed also at the headquarters organizational unit national labour inspection.

3. Before inspection Inspector job throws its presence-controlled entity, except where the application this could have an impact on the outcome of the checks.

4. the Labour Inspector is entitled to freedom of movement in a controlled entity without the obligation to obtain a pass and is exempt from review, even if it the internal regulations of the controlled entity.

Article. 27. [obligations of the controlled entity] controlled entity has an obligation to provide the Inspector work conditions and measures necessary for the efficient carrying out of control, and in particular shall immediately submit the requested documents and materials, to ensure the timely provision of information by the persons referred to in article 1. 23 paragraph 1. 1 paragraph 3, provide technical equipment and, where possible, separate room with suitable equipment.

Article. 28. [part identification work by the labour inspector] Inspector work, to check the identity of the person referred to in art. 23 paragraph 1. 1 paragraph 9, is obliged to present a business card in such a way that this person can read and record your personal data.

Article. 29. [the actors interact with the Inspector work in progress the control operations] 1. In the course of performing control inspector work interacts with trade unions, local government bodies of the crew, advice workers and social labour inspectorate.

2. Interoperability as referred to in paragraph 1. 1, in particular: 1) information on the subject and scope of the inspection to be carried out;

2) analyzing the reported comments and observations;

3) informing about the results of the checks and the decisions taken;

4) advice and information from the scope of labour law.

Article. 30. [obligations of the labour inspector during inspection] during the execution of the inspection the Inspector work and persons referred to in article 1. 22 paragraph 1. 3 and art. 25, are required to comply with health and safety at work, fire regulations and rules on the protection of classified information.

Article. 31. [Control Protocol] 1. Documented findings are, subject to paragraph 2. 10, in the form of a protocol.

2. Control Protocol should contain: 1) the name of the controlled entity in full and the address and the number of the national register of official entities of the national economy (REGON) and tax identification number (Tin);

2) full name and job title of the Inspector;

3) name and surname of the person representing the controlled entity and the name of a body representing the entity;

4) date of commencement of activities by the controlled entity and the date for the person or the appointment of an authority referred to in paragraph 3;

5) the days on which the surveillance was carried out;

6) about the implementation of the previous decisions and instances of national labour inspection bodies and the conclusions, recommendations and decisions of other bodies of the control and supervision of working conditions;

7) a description of the identified violations of the law and other information relevant to the outcome of the control;

8) data of the legitymowanej and specifying the time, place and reason for authorizing;

9) sampling of raw materials and consumables used, manufactured or produced in the course of manufacture;

10) the content of the decision and orders and information about the timing of their implementation;

11) about the number and type of given advice from the scope of labour law;

12) description of attachments which includes part of the Protocol;

13) information about the people in the presence of which has been carried out;

14) at the request of the controlled entity-reference information a secret undertaking;

15) mention of the lodging or niewniesieniu objections to the contents of the report and the possible removal of the deficiencies before the end of the control;

16) date and place of signature of the Protocol by the person controlling and by a person or body that represents the controlled entity.

3. The minutes shall be signed by the labour inspector carrying out the control, and the person or body that represents the controlled entity.

4. The operator controlled the right Declaration, before signing the Protocol control, substantiated objections to the findings contained in the Protocol.

5. Reservations must be reported in writing within 7 days from the date on which the Protocol.

6. in the event of objections, referred to in paragraph 1. 4, Inspector inspection work is obliged to examine them, and in case the merits of objections-to change or complete the appropriate part of the Protocol.

7. In the Protocol cannot make corrections, deletions, or additions without discuss them at the end of the Protocol, with the exception of the rectification of obvious errors clerical and accounting, which shall initial the Inspector work, marking the date of their parafy.

8. refusal to sign the Protocol by a person or body that represents the controlled entity shall not prevent the application by a labour inspector legal remedies provided for by law.

9. A copy of the Protocol control inspector work leaves the company controlled.

10. If no deficiencies result control can be documented in the form of an official note, which should contain a concise statement of the facts found during the inspection.

11. an official Note shall be signed by the Inspector. The provision of paragraph 1. 9 shall apply mutatis mutandis.

Article. 32. [business card Design and patterns print] 1. Business card design, referred to in article 1. 24 paragraph. 2 shall be determined, by Ordinance, the Marshal of the Sejm, at the request of the Chief Inspector. Order of the Marshal of the Sejm on the matter is subject to the notice in the official journal of the Republic of Poland "Monitor Polish".

2. Designs prints used in the control activities of the national labour inspection determines the Chief Inspector.

Article. 33. [legal measures applied by the labour inspector as a result of the findings made in the course of the inspection] 1. As a result of the findings made in the course of inspection, the competent labour inspector: 1) it seems the decisions referred to in article 1. 11 paragraph 1 – 4 and 6 – 7 and art. 11A;

2) directs an instance and it seems the command, referred to in article 1. 11 paragraph 8;

3) brings the action and joins the proceedings in cases referred to in article 1. 10 paragraph 1. 1 paragraph 11;

4) take other measures, if the right or obligation to take results from separate regulations.

2. the measures referred to in paragraph 1. 1 paragraphs 1 and 2, relating to field of organizational units of the controlled entity, the Inspector work directs to this entity, regardless of its territorial jurisdiction. If the removal of shortcomings does not require a decision of the employer, as well as when you cannot otherwise avoid the danger threatening the life or health of workers, the decisions referred to in article 1. 34 para. 1, seems to be the person in charge the unit.

Article. 34. [the decision of the labour inspector] 1. The decisions referred to in article 1. 11 paragraph 1 – 7 and art. 11A, shall be issued in writing or acting entry to the log construction.

1a. the decisions referred to in article 1. 11 paragraph 1-4, may be issued in the form of a mouth.

1B. Command, referred to in article 1. 11, paragraph 8, shall be issued in the form of a mouth.

2. The decision, in writing, or as a journal entry of construction should include: the designation of the national labour inspection authority, date of issue, the party or parties, the establishment of the legal basis, the decision, the date of removal of the identified shortcomings and the letter of rights remedies.

3. in the case of a decision in the form of a log entry of construction, a copy or a copy of the decision is annexed to the Protocol control.

4. decisions and commands, referred to in paragraph 1. 1A and 1b, seems to remove the revealed in the course of control weaknesses, if they can be removed during the inspection or as soon as it is completed.

5. The decision of the labour inspector in writing or being a journal entry of construction, the company controlled may be appealed to the district labour inspector. Appeal shall be filed within 7 days of receipt of the decision.

6. in the event of an appeal against a decision issued in the cases referred to in article 1. 11 paragraph 2-4, the regional labour inspector may withhold its implementation pending appeal, if taken by the controlled entity undertaking exclude direct danger to life or health of humans.


Article. 35. [obligation to inform about the implementation of the decision of the labour inspector] 1. Controlled entity, to which was referred the decision referred to in art. 11 paragraph 1 – 7 and art. 11A, is obliged to inform the appropriate authority of the State Labour Inspectorate about its implementation with the expiry of the time limits referred to in the decision.

2. the provision of paragraph 1. 1 shall apply mutatis mutandis to the decision and commands, referred to in article 1. 34 para. 4. Article. 36. [obligation of notice of the date and manner of implementation of the audit conclusions] 1. Instance, as referred to in article. 11 paragraph 8, should contain the conclusions of the follow-up and their legal basis.

2. Controlled entity or authority exercising supervision over it, to which was referred the instance is obliged within the period specified in an instance, not more than 30 days, notify the appropriate authority of the State Labour Inspectorate of the date and manner of implementation of the audit conclusions.

Article. 37. [violation of the provisions of the Act on employment promotion and labour market institutions] 1. If in the course of control offenses of breach of the provisions of the Act of 20 April 2004 on employment promotion and labour market institutions to the extent specified in article 2. 10 paragraph 1. 1 paragraphs 3 and 4, the labour inspector carries out prosecution or request the Court to punish those responsible for the irregularities.

2. the Labour Inspector shall immediately inform the competent authorities of law violation, and in particular: 1) the social insurance – a breach of rules on social security;

2) Office of a tax audit is a breach of the provisions of tax law;

3) police or border guards – infringement on foreigners;

4) starost-of breaches by the unemployed person or by the controlled entity legislation on employment promotion and labour market institutions.

At the request of the labour inspector shall inform him of the results of the inspection of the controlled entity.

3. Regional Labour Inspector shall immediately notify: 1) Marshal: a) identified cases of violation of the terms and conditions of the employment agency referred to in the provisions on employment promotion and labour market institutions, (b)) the results of the checks of the controlled entity – at the request of the Marshal;

2)-voivode of cases of infringement of the provisions on employment promotion and labour market institutions related to hiring foreigners or while the other paid work.

Article. 37A. [waiver of remedy] in justified cases, to employers beginning operations, as well as if there were no: 1) direct threat to life or health of workers or other people engaged, 2) committing the offence of wilful-inspector may waive the application of the measures referred to in article 1. 33, so as to consider the oral admonition about complying with the legal requirements of organising work and receiving from the controlled entity declaration of the date of the removal of disclosed control weaknesses.



Chapter 5 employees of the national labour inspection Article. 38. [employees of national labour inspection] 1. Employees of the national labour inspection are: 1) the Chief Inspector work and his Deputy;

2) the size of the labour inspectors and their deputies;

3) employees performing control operations;

4) workers employed in other posts.

2. Employees carrying out control activities are labour inspectors employed in positions: 1) Ferrocarril de – the head of the branch;

2) Ferrocarril de;

3) Senior Inspector – the main expert;

4) Senior Inspector – specialist;

5) Senior Inspector;

6) labour inspector;

7) junior labour inspector.

3. the Chief Inspector work and his Deputy, the size of the labour inspectors and their deputies and designated employees of the Central Labour Inspectorate and district labour inspectorates are employees who oversee the inspection operations.

4. the list of employees designated to supervise the inspection operations shall be determined respectively Chief Inspector work or labour inspector district.

Article. 39. [qualified to supervise or control actions] an employee of the State labour inspectorate overseeing or performing control operations can be a person who: 1) has Polish citizenship;

2) has full legal capacity, and enjoys the full rights;

3) was not punished for an intentional crime or tax intentional crime;

4) has a master's degree or equivalent and the necessary knowledge of issues falling within the scope of the national labour inspection and submitted, with a positive result, State examination before a Committee established by the Chief Labour Inspector;

5) gives a guarantee the proper performance of their official duties;

6) has a health condition allows you to employment at the specified position.

Article. 40. [Chief Inspector] 1. Chief Inspector Work CITES and references: 1) in the main Labour Inspectorate-the Director and Deputy Director of the Cabinet of the main labour inspector, directors and wicedyrektorów departments, Chief Accountant, advisors, spokesperson and managers section;

2 the district labour inspectorate)-the Deputy of the district labour inspector, Chief Accountant, nadinspektorów – branch managers, advisors and managers section;

3) at – the Director and his deputies, and the Chief Accountant.

2. The person recalled from Office, referred to in paragraph 1. 1 and art. 5. 3, that before the appointment to this position was an employee of the State Labour Inspectorate, shall have the right to establish the employment relationship as an equivalent of the occupied before the appointment.

3. The employment relationship with the staff referred to in paragraph 1. 1 and with the staff referred to in article 1. 5. 3, is based on the appointment.

Article. 41. [the appointment and termination of employment of an employee to perform control operations] 1. The employment relationship with the employee performing the inspection is based on the appointment, preceded by a contract of employment for a specified period, not exceeding 3 years, subject to paragraph 2. 4.2. Control mobile workers shall appoint and solves them employment Chief Inspector.

3. The appointment is subject to the completion of the application inspektorskiej completed the submission of the State exam with a positive result before the examining Board established by the Chief Labour Inspector.

4. the Chief Inspector may, in the cases of legitimate qualifications or professional practice, designing worker checks without the prior conclusion of a contract of employment, and without the requirement of application inspektorskiej.

5. Chief Inspector Work will determine the scope and methods of application inspektorskiej and the examination referred to in article 2. 39 section 4.

Article. 42. [a form of employment of staff] Employees, referred to in article 1. 38 paragraph 2. 1 paragraph 4, with the exception of workers referred to in article 1. 40(2). 1, are employed under a contract of employment.

Article. 43. [the appointment of employee] 1. With the appointment of an employee of national labour inspection consists of a written oath reads as follows: "I swear that I will serve you Polish, comply with the law, perform the duties of the employee's State Labour Inspectorate conscientiously, impartially, to the best of our knowledge and prefer".

2. appointment of the Act includes: 1) the name and the name of the employee;

2) date of appointment;

3) position and organizational unit;

4) components and the amount of remuneration;

5) working time.

Article. 44. [obligations of employees] 1. Workers performing inspection operations are responsible for the conscientious performance of their duties, in particular for reliable and objective recognition and documentation of the results of the controls and the compliance with the provisions on the protection of classified information.

2. staff referred to in paragraph 1. 1, in so far as their activities are independent from any party influence and may not participate in business entities controlled.

3. staff referred to in paragraph 1. 1, shall be required not to disclose information that the control is carried out following a complaint, unless the complainant agrees in writing.

Article. 45. [secrecy] 1. Employee of the State Labour Inspectorate is obliged to keep secret information that he obtained in connection with the performance of official duties.

2. The obligation to maintain secrecy continues even after termination of employment.

Article. 46. [Fill commands work] 1. Employee of the State Labour Inspectorate is obliged to carefully fill out service command superiors.

2. If a work in the belief the employee is unlawful or contains the hallmarks of a mistake, an employee should present their concerns to your supervisor; in the event of a written confirmation of the command is obliged to perform them, subject to the provisions of paragraph 2. 3.3. The employee is not allowed to execute commands, which would constitute a criminal offense or risk an irreparable injury.

Article. 47. [the prohibition of political activities] 1. Worker control operations may not lead political activity.


2. The employee referred to in paragraph 1. 1, to the applicant the mandate of the Deputy or Senator shall be granted leave without pay for the duration of the election campaign.

Article. 48. [Prohibitions applicable to employees] 1. Employee of the national labour inspection may not perform activities, which godziłyby in the interest of the State labour inspection or would be incompatible with its tasks, and would remain in conflict with the duties of the employee or could cause suspicion of bias or interesting.

2. An employee of national labour inspection may not take commercial activities without the prior consent of the Labour Inspector.

Article. 48A. [reimbursement of costs incurred for legal protection] 1. The employee shall be entitled to reimbursement of costs incurred for legal protection, if the criminal proceedings initiated against him for a crime committed in connection with the performance of their duties is terminated by a final decision of the closure in the absence of a statutory offence decisions or birthmarks crime or judgment uniewinniającym.

2. the costs in the amount corresponding to the separate regulations referred to in the salary of one defender returns from the funds of the State labour inspection.

Article. 49. [the periodic assessment of qualifying] 1. Worker control operations shall be subject to periodical qualifier not less than once every 3 years.

2. the assessment supervisor and on the content of the assessment interview shall notify the employee.

3. a staff member may appeal against the assessment interview to Chief Inspector Work within 14 days of the notification to it of the content ratings.

4. Chief Inspector Work will define the term and mode of making periodic evaluations of qualification.

Article. 50. [order to perform another job and move to another job title] 1. If required by the needs of the Office, national labour inspection can be performed, for a period of up to three months in a calendar year, perform different job than the one specified in the instrument of appointment or in a contract of employment, in accordance with his qualifications. During this period, he shall be entitled to remuneration for work performed, but not lower than the previous.

2. In case of reorganization of the national labour inspection OU employee supervising or performing control operations can be transferred to another position, corresponding to the qualifications of the employee, if due to the Elimination of the position occupied by the employee, it is not possible to continue his employment in this position. After you move the remuneration appropriate to the work to be done, but for a six-month period not less than the previous.

3. If this is necessary due to the specific needs of national labour inspection, an employee supervising or performing control operations can be transferred to another post corresponding to his qualifications and equivalent in terms of remuneration.

4. The employee national labour inspection can, at his request or with his consent, the move to work in a different organizational unit.

5. In justified cases, the employee supervising or performing control operations may be transferred, for a period of up to six months, to another organizational unit, to work in accordance with their qualifications. During the period of transfer is the remuneration appropriate to the work performed, but not lower than the previous. Such transfer is allowed only once every two years.

6. It is time to transfer, without the consent of the person concerned to an organizational unit which is resident in another village of pregnant women or holding custody of a child under the age of fourteen years, as well as in cases, when the stand allows to prevent personal or family considerations important to the employee.

Article. 51. [the amount of the returned employee supervising or carrying out control operations] 1. The employee who oversees or carrying out inspection, delegated to activities outside the regular place of work, entitled: reimbursement of travel and accommodation and diet on the principles set out in the regulations issued on the basis of art. 775 § 2 of the labour code.

2. (repealed).

Article. 52. [paid holidays of health] Chief Inspector may grant the employee performing or supervising inspection paid sick-leave on the basis of a referral to a spa treatment or rehabilitation Spa for the period set out in that refer, not exceeding 30 days in a calendar year.

Article. 53. [add-in for a long job] 1. Employee national labour inspection shall be entitled to an allowance for the many years of work, in the amount of five years 5% of the monthly basic salary. This supplement is increased by 1% for each further year until 20% of the monthly basic salary.

2. for the periods entitling to for many years of work includes all previous completed periods of employment or other proven periods, if under separate provisions are subject to one factor to a period of work, from which depend on employee rights.

3. The periods referred to in paragraph 1. 2 not included periods of employment in the Communist Party (Polish workers ' Party and the Polish United workers ' Party), as well as in security services of the Member State within the meaning of article 3. 2 of the Act of 18 October 2006 about the disclosure of information about documents of the State security organs from the years 1944-1990 and the content of these documents (OJ 2007, # 63, item 425, as amended).

Article. 54. [Jubilee Award] 1. Employees of the State Labour Inspectorate is entitled to Jubilee: 1) after 20 years-75% of the monthly income;

2) after 25 years of work-100% of the monthly income;

3) after 30 years of work – 150% of the monthly income;

4) after 35 years of work – 200% of the monthly income;

5) after 40 years of work – 300% of the monthly income;

6) after 45 years of work – 400% of the monthly salary.

2. for the periods referred to in paragraph 1. 1, does all the previous completed periods of employment or other proven periods, if under separate provisions are subject to one factor to a period of work, from which depend on employee rights.

3. The periods referred to in paragraph 1. 2 not included periods of employment in the Communist Party (Polish workers ' Party and the Polish United workers ' Party), as well as in security services of the Member State within the meaning of article 3. 2 of the Act of 18 October 2006 about the disclosure of information about documents of the State security organs from the years 1944-1990 and the content of these documents.

Article. 55. [the share Prize Fund] 1. The State Labour Inspectorate a initial Prize Fund, hereinafter referred to as "the Fund", in the amount of 3% of the planned remuneration.

2. the Fund may be promoted by the Chief Labour Inspector within the limits of funds for salaries.

3. the amount and rules for granting individual awards from the Fund determines the Chief Inspector.

Article. 56. [a one-time briefing] 1. Employee national labour inspection through retirement or survivor's pension for incapacity for work, shall be entitled to a one-time check in the amount of one month's salary, and if he worked at least: 1) ten years in the amount of two months ' salary;

2) fifteen years – in the amount of three months ' salary;

3) twenty years – six months ' salary.

2. for the period referred to in paragraph 1. 1, does all the previous completed periods of employment or other proven periods, if under separate provisions are subject to one factor to a period of work, from which depend on employee rights.

3. The periods referred to in paragraph 1. 2 not included periods of employment in the Communist Party (Polish workers ' Party and the Polish United workers ' Party), as well as in security services of the Member State within the meaning of article 3. 2 of the Act of 18 October 2006 about the disclosure of information about documents of the State security organs from the years 1944-1990 and the content of these documents.

4. the Checks referred to in paragraph 1. 1 is calculated as cash equivalent for leave.

Article. 57. [Pension (transition)] 1. In the event of termination of an employee of the national labour inspection of the employment relationship due to the liquidation of an organizational unit or its reorganization that prevents further employment of the employee, the employee national labour inspection shall be entitled to a pension, if the man graduated from sixty years, and the woman is fifty-five years and has the required period of employment.

2. In the event of termination of an employee overseeing or performing the inspection of the employment relationship for reasons referred to: 1) article. 62 paragraph 1. 1 paragraph 3, 2) article. 62 paragraph 1. 1 paragraph 6, with the exception of the case when an employee refuses to take employment as referred to in that provision, the employee is entitled to a retirement pension if he man, ago, sixty years old, and the women-fifty-five years and has the required period of employment.

3. the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2. 1 and 2 shall apply to persons born before 1 January 1949.

Article. 58. [Time] 1. The working time of employees of national labour inspection shall not exceed 8 hours per day and an average of 40 hours per week in the period not longer than 3 months.


2. In justified cases the type of work and the Organization of working time schedules may be used, in which it is permissible to extend working time to 12 hours per day. In these the schedules of working time must not, however, exceed an average of 40 hours per week, in the period not longer than 3 months.

3. If required by the needs of the Office, an employee of the national labour inspection may be employed outside normal working hours, and in exceptional cases also at night and on Sundays and public holidays.

4. The employee national labour inspection for work on Sunday is entitled to a non-working day in the next week, and for work in celebration of another day.

5. The provisions of paragraphs 2 and 3. 2 and 3 does not apply to pregnant women, and in other cases specified in separate regulations.

6. the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2. 2 and 3 shall apply to employees caring for children up to the age of eight years, subject to their consent.

Article. 59. [the distribution of working time and its dimension] 1. The distribution of working time per week and its dimension in the individual days of the week shall be Chief Inspector.

2. The employee national labour inspection for work carried out on the instructions of a superior outside normal working hours shall be entitled to time off in the same dimension, except that free time can be, at the request of an employee, granted in the run-up to annual leave or after its completion.

3. Employees of the State Labour Inspectorate employed in management positions are entitled to free time for work outside normal working hours performed at night and on Sunday or the feast.

Article. 60. [effects of detention staff member State Labour Inspectorate] employee of the national labour inspection shall be suspended under the law in the performance of their duties in the event of detention until the expiry of the employment relationship, unless previously resolved with the employment relationship.

Article. 61. [the causes of the suspension in the performance of official duties an employee performing control operations] 1. Chief Inspector can suspend in the performance of official duties worker checks, if it has been initiated against him criminal proceedings or disciplinary action.

2. the suspension referred to in paragraph 1. 1 can not take longer than three months.

3. During the period of suspension referred to in paragraph 1. 1, the employee retains the right to remuneration and other benefits based on the employment relationship.

Article. 62. [termination of employment of an employee appointed] 1. Termination of employment of an employee is hired to perform control operations can be made by way of notice in the event of: 1) receiving a negative assessment of the interview, confirmed again a negative rating, which may not be earlier than three months;

2) liquidation of national labour inspection OU or its reorganization, if it is not possible to transfer an employee to another position in the same unit;

3) the undeserved loss of privileges required to perform work on the occupation, if it is not possible to propose the employee work on another position corresponding to your qualifications;

4) niedawania warranty sound discharge of official duties;

5) criminal proceedings pending against the employee for a period of longer than three months;

6) loss of physical or mental capacity to work in the occupation, established social insurance examiner judgment, if it is not possible to employment on another position, due to his State of health and professional qualifications, or when an employee refuses passage to such work;

7) (repealed).

2. The notice period of employment is three months and ends on the last day of the month.

Article. 63. [cash benefit paid in the event of termination of the employment relationship with the employee standard] 1. In the event of termination of the employment relationship with the employee is hired to perform control operations, with the grounds referred to in article 1. 62 paragraph 1. 1 paragraph 2, during the period between the cessation of employment and taking another job or economic activity, the employee shall be entitled, for a period of sickness cash benefit allows no more than six months, calculated as cash equivalent for leave. This benefit is not entitled to a worker who has acquired the right to a pension.

2. If during the period referred to in paragraph 1. 1, former employee gets sick or maternity leave, the amount of the cash benefit is relevant.

3. the period of monetary benefit, as referred to in paragraph 1. 1, are included in the periods required to acquire or preserve permissions and to periods of employment within the meaning of the legislation on pensions and pensions from the social insurance fund – under such conditions, which included the period of unemployment allowance referred to in the provisions on employment promotion and labour market institutions. From the cash benefit, the national labour inspection pays the contribution to social security under the conditions laid down for the remuneration payable for the duration of the employment relationship.

Article. 64. [termination of employment without notice to an employee appointed] 1. The employment relationship with the employee is hired to perform control operations is under the law of his guilt without notice, if: 1) a final judgment measure of deprivation of rights to public or the prohibition of the exercise of the profession;

2) the final punishing disciplinary expulsion from work at the State Labour Inspectorate;

3) fault loss of privileges necessary to perform work on the occupation.

2. The employment relationship with the employee is hired to perform control operations is by law the solution without notice also in the event of loss of citizenship of the Polish.

3. The employment relationship with the employee is hired to perform control operations can be solved without a notice of his guilt in the event of serious violations of fundamental obligations of the employee or of a final conviction for an intentional crime.

4. Termination of employment without notice to an employee appointed to perform control operations may take place in his absence for reasons of sickness lasting longer than a year or detention due to an infectious disease, as well as in the event of justified absence from work for other reasons – after the expiry of the periods provided for in article 4. 53 of the labour code.

5. in the event of incapacity for work due to illness, referred to in paragraph 1. 4, the employee supervising or performing control operations retains the right to cash benefits for a period provided for in the rules about cash benefits social insurance sickness and maternity benefits.

Article. 65. [Forms of termination of employment of an employee appointed] termination of employment of an employee is hired to perform control operations can occur: 1) by agreement of the parties;

2) for three months ' notice by the employee.

Article. 66. [exemption from duties while maintaining the right to remuneration and other benefits] during the period of notice an employee supervising or performing control operations can be exempted from the duty, with due respect for the right to remuneration and other benefits based on the employment relationship.

Article. 67. [protection of workers in terms of notice and termination] the provisions of this chapter shall not affect the provisions relating to special protection of workers in terms of notice and termination of employment.

Article. 68. [complaint to the Administrative Court] decision of the Chief Inspector to work in the cases referred to in article 1. 61, to an employee appointed shall be entitled to appeal to the administrative court.

Article. 69. [the application of the provisions of the labour code and other labour laws] 1. In cases arising from the employment relationship workers national labour inspection, not regulated by this Act, the provisions of the labour code and other labour laws.

2. disputes about claims from employment workers national labour inspection are heard by the labour courts, unless the law provides otherwise.

Article. 70. [rules of remuneration] Chief Inspector Work will determine the terms of remuneration, promotion policies and eligibility requirements for training and professional practice of employees of national labour inspection.



Chapter 6 liability of ordinal and disciplinary Art. 71. [ordinal Responsibility or disciplinary action for misconduct] 1. An employee appointed to the State Labour Inspectorate is responsible or ordinal disciplinary action for misconduct.

2. ordinal Penalty for minor misconduct is a reminder.

3. the disciplinary Punishments are: 1) reprimand;

2) warning reprimand;

3) rebuke from the deprivation of the possibility of promotion for up to 2 years to a higher salary group or to a higher position;

4) transfer to a lower position with simultaneous reduction of the basic salary for a single category;

5) expulsion from the State labour inspection.

4. In disciplinary matters ruled on the principle of independence: 1) and instance-disciplinary committees, established for one or more of the regional labour inspectorates;


2) in the second instance-Appeal disciplinary Commission in the property inspector.

Article. 72. [Reminder] 1. Admonitions grants in writing Chief Inspector job or with his authorization, the District Inspector.

2. The employee may within 7 days of being sentenced him to a penalty notice to object to the Chief Inspector.

3. Of a dominant opposition within 14 days from the date of its filing is synonymous with taking into account the objection.

4. An employee who has lodged a notice of opposition, may, within 14 days from the date of notification of the rejection of this objection, apply to the Court to set aside the work applied to his penalty.

Article. 73. [disciplinary Statute] 1. You cannot initiate disciplinary proceedings after the expiry of 3 months from the date of obtaining the labour inspector or labour inspector regional news about committed iniquity; You cannot initiate proceedings or issue a decision on punishment after 3 years from committing the offense. If the action contains the hallmarks of crime, disciplinary statute shall not take place earlier than provided for in the provisions of the criminal code.

2. Blamed may establish a defender, also appointed from among the staff of the national labour inspection.

3. Disciplinary action may take place in case of Unexcused absence.

4. the costs of the disciplinary proceedings shall be borne by the State labour inspection.

Article. 74. [members of the disciplinary Commission] members of the disciplinary Commission referred to in article 1. 71 paragraph 1. 4, including the Chairman and Deputy Chairmen, appointed by the Chief Inspector to work for a period of four years of appointed staff national labour inspection, giving a guarantee of sound performance of the duties of a member of the disciplinary Commission.

Article. 74A. [the expiry of the term of Office of the Member of the Disciplinary Committee] 1. Term of Office of a member of the Disciplinary Committee shall expire in the event of his death, cancellation or termination of the employment relationship.

2. the Chief Inspector Work references a member of the disciplinary Commission, if: 1) he renounced his membership of the Disciplinary Committee;

2) it became permanently unable to carry out duties due to illness;

3) has been convicted by a court for committing crime;

4) there are other circumstances that indicate that it does not give a warranty of proper performance of the duties of a member of the Disciplinary Committee.

Article. 75. [the disciplinary Spokesman] 1. Disciplinary Attorney at the State labour inspection, for the term of Office of the disciplinary Commission, appointed by the Chief Inspector.

2. In particularly justified cases, the Chief Inspector may appoint to carry out disciplinary Affairs of another worker.

Article. 75A. [the expiry of the term of Office of the Ombudsman disciplinary] 1. The term of Office of the Ombudsman, the disciplinary action expires in the event of his death, cancellation or termination of the employment relationship.

2. the Chief Inspector Work references the disciplinary Attorney, if: 1) waived on this feature;

2) it became permanently unable to carry out duties due to illness;

3) has been convicted by a court for committing crime;

4) there are other circumstances that indicate that it does not give a warranty of sound performance of the duties of Ombudsman disciplinary action.

Article. 76. [disciplinary] disciplinary consists of the investigation and the proceedings before the disciplinary committees.

Article. 77. [the initiation of disciplinary proceedings] 1. Chief Inspector of work, if you get message of the breach by the employee of the standard duties or failure of the dignity of the position, the Ombudsman disciplinary action the initiation of disciplinary proceedings.

2. the disciplinary Spokesman Chief Inspector commands is related to work.

Article. 78. [Order of the initiation of the investigation procedure] 1. The disciplinary spokesman initiates disciplinary proceedings, by order of the initiation of the investigation, in which indicates the reason for initiation.

2. A copy of the judgment shall be served on the obwinionemu and the Justice Inspector.

3. In the course of the investigation, the Ombudsman shall take the steps necessary for a comprehensive explanation of the case, collects and perpetuates the evidence, in particular, documents, statements and explanations.

4. The Ombudsman shall submit obwinionemu facing charges and takes from him explanations and conclusions, and before the end of the investigation take note of an accused person with collected on the evidence, the drawing up of this note signed by himself and the defendant.

5. after the completion of the investigation, the Ombudsman shall submit to the principal Labour Inspector materials conduct together with the reasoned written request for cancellation of disciplinary proceedings or to refer the case to the Disciplinary Committee.

Article. 79. [request for punishment] 1. Chief Inspector of work recommended by the Ombudsman disciplinary action to the Disciplinary Committee of the request for punishment or issues a decision to discontinue the disciplinary procedure; provision of art. 78 para. 2 shall apply mutatis mutandis.

2. the disciplinary Ombudsman directs to the disciplinary punishment of the application along with the materials of the proceedings, shall be served on the obwinionemu a copy of the application and informs him of the right to establishment, unless it was previously established.

3. the application of punishment should include: 1) the name, address, the name of the organizational unit and the job title of an accused person;

2) the precise of the alleged offense, with an indication of the time and place of its Commission;

3) the proposed disciplinary penalty;

4) the reason for the request;

5) list of evidence and interviewing people for trial.

4. on receipt of a copy of the application for the prosecution blamed his Defender may within 14 days of his receipt of the submitted to the disciplinary Commission of the findings and evidence.

5. If the obwinionemu the criminal proceedings have been initiated against the same Act, which is the subject of the disciplinary proceedings in investigation-disciplinary spokesman, and in the proceedings before the disciplinary committees – the Panel may suspend disciplinary proceedings pending a final criminal proceedings; order of the disciplinary Ombudsman shall be served on the obwinionemu and defender, and the order of the Disciplinary Committee also the Ombudsman of disciplinary action.

Article. 80. [independence of the members of the Disciplinary Committee] 1. The disciplinary Commission shall decide its own issues of fact and law; the Commission is bound by a final court decision stating the blame of an accused person.

2. the members of the Disciplinary Committee are to rule independent.

3. The disciplinary rules in the triple a team Panel, chaired by the President of the Commission or one of its alternates.

Article. 81. [the proceedings before the disciplinary board] 1. The President of the Panel shall appoint a date for the hearing; manages the notice of time disciplinary Attorney and, if it was established, and calls for the trial of an accused person and, where necessary, of witnesses and experts.

2. If the disciplinary spokesman sought judgment sentence of expulsion from the national labour inspection, and blamed no defender of choice, the President of the formation of the court appoints from among the staff of the appointees.

3. The summons and notice referred to in paragraph 1. 1, should be served no later than 7 days before the date of the hearing.

4. in the proceedings before the disciplinary board blamed and the Defender shall have the right to read from the acts of the case.

5. the Ombudsman of the disciplinary hearing is mandatory.

6. Absence of an accused person or his defender at the hearing shall not prevent the case.

Article. 82. [Hearing] 1. The hearing panel Chair directs.

2. in the course of the hearing shall be drawn up.

3. The minutes shall include in particular: 1) the designation of the time and place of carrying out of hearing, and persons participating in it;

2) the content of the explanations, statements and proposals of the participants of the hearing;

3) provisions released in the hearing;

4) where necessary, finding other circumstances relating to the course of the hearing;

5) the signatures of the President of the Panel and the recorder.

4. The hearing is public. In justified cases, the Panel may exclude disclosure of all or part of the hearing.

5. At the beginning of the hearing, the disciplinary spokesman reads request for punishment, then the Chairman of the Panel asks whether the defendant admits to committing the alleged misconduct and whether and which it intends to submit an explanation.

6. the President of the Panel shall obwinionemu the voice to be heard, and then where necessary, hear witnesses, receives the statement and examine the documents or other evidence.

7. At the hearing, the disciplinary spokesman, blamed and the Defender may make representations, report findings and evidence.

8. The postponement of the hearing can take place only for important reasons; postpone decides to Chairman of the Panel.

9. The hearing is deferred in case of absence, the call has not been served, or in the case of excusable failure to appear.

10. deferred Hearing shall be continued, except that the composition of the Panel has changed.


11. Immediately prior to the closing of the hearing the Chairman of the Panel gives voice to the Ombudsman of disciplinary action, and obwinionemu.

Article. 83. [the decision of the Disciplinary Committee] 1. The disciplinary Commission, further to the hearing and deliberation, it seems like a judgment: 1) punishment;

2) acquittal;

3) redemption of the proceedings.

2. The decision to discontinue the proceedings disciplinary Commission, it seems, when: 1) blamed the property is not subject to the Commission;

2) blamed died;

3) deadline for the initiation of disciplinary proceedings;

4) disciplinary spokesman at the command of the main labour inspector withdrew the request for punishment.

3. The decision to discontinue the proceedings the disciplinary Commission may issue also in closed session.

4. the Narada is implicit; in the room of the narada, remain only members of a Panel and, if necessary, also the recorder.

5. judgment is remembered by majority vote. The vote takes place separately as to guilt and separately as a punishment; Member of the Panel may not abstain from voting.

6. Voted panelist, signing the judgment, has the right to select on the judgment of his dissenting opinion. Consisting of a dissenting opinion to the case may submit its justification in writing.

Article. 84. [Decree of punishment] 1. The disciplinary Commission penalising taking into account the degree of guilt, social impact and effects of the incident, as well as the behavior of the defendant, before and after the Commission of the offense.

2. If blamed committed several offenses, it administers the one penalty for all offenses.

3. A decision on punishment should include: 1) the name of the Disciplinary Committee, names and the names of the members of the Panel, the Ombudsman disciplinary and recorder and the date of the case and the judgment;

2) first name, last name, address, the name of the organizational unit and the job title of an accused person;

3) define the alleged misconduct;

4) decision to fault;

5) specify the penalties imposed;

6) notice of the time and mode of appeal;

7) the signatures of the members of the Panel.

4. a decision should be announced immediately after the hearing and deliberation.

5. in exceptional cases, you can postpone the decision for no longer than 3 days. Of the date of public notice of the decision of the President of the Panel shall inform the parties immediately after the order to defer judgment.

6. After the announcement of the decision of the President of the Panel shall verbally essential themes.

7. judgment requires written justification, which should contain findings of fact by indicating what facts the disciplinary Commission considered it proven or unproven, which in this respect relied on evidence and why not given faith evidence, as well as the reference to the circumstances that the disciplinary Commission took into account when assessing penalties.

8. The rationale for President shall be drawn up of the Panel; the justification shall be signed by all members of the Panel.

9. The decision in writing and the reasons for it shall be served on the disciplinary ombudsman, obwinionemu and defender within 14 days from the date of its announcement or release as specified in art. 83 para. 3. Article. 85. [a reference to the appeal of the Disciplinary Committee] 1. The decision of the Disciplinary Committee Ombudsman disciplinary action, obwinionemu and Defender is a reference to the Appeal Board.

2. the appeal is composed through the Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee within 14 days from the date of delivery of the judgment.

3. the President shall make an order to refuse the appeal, if it was brought after the expiry of the deadline, or by an unauthorized person.

4. the President may restore the term for appeal, when the deadline came for reasons independent; an application for relief must be filed within 7 days from the date of cessation of the obstacle. At the same time with the application you must file an appeal.

5. the provisions of refuse and refuse to restore the time-limit for appeal, indicating the basis of refusal, shall be served on the person concerned together with the instruction on the law and to the appeal; on these provisions is concerned a complaint to the disciplinary board of appeal within 7 days from the date of service of the order.

6. A reference you can go back to the start of the hearing in the appeal proceedings. An appeal in favour of an accused person cannot be undone without his consent.

Article. 86. [waiver of appeal proceedings] 1. Appeal Board shall discontinue the appeal proceedings if: 1) an appeal by an unauthorized person;

2) unfounded restore the time limit for appeal;

3) effective withdrawal of the appeal.

2. waiver of appeal also may occur in closed session.

Article. 87. [the proceedings before the Board of appeal the disciplinary board] 1. Appeal the disciplinary Commission after the hearing: 1) upholds the contested judgment;

2) shall quash the decision in full or in part and it seems new judgment on the merits;

3) shall quash the decision and refer the matter to the Disciplinary Committee for reconsideration in the different composition;

4) shall quash the decision and shall discontinue the proceedings in the cases referred to in article 1. 83 para. 2, points 1-3.

2. the Appeal Board may order a stricter penalty from imposed by disciplinary Commission only when the decision is being appealed to the detriment of the defendant.

3. in the proceedings before the Board of appeal the disciplinary board shall apply mutatis mutandis the provisions of the proceedings before the disciplinary board.

Article. 88. [Appeal Board Disciplinary Committee] 1. The decision of the Board of appeal of the Disciplinary Committee obwinionemu and the principal Labour Inspector is subject to an appeal to competent for the place of residence of the defendant, the Court of appeal-court work and social security.

2. To resolve references the provisions of the code of civil procedure of appeal. The decision of the Court of appeal in cassation is not entitled.

Article. 89. [Validation of a decision of the Disciplinary Committee] 1. The decision of the Disciplinary Committee becomes the final decision if no appeal within the time limit, and does not proceed to appeal, and the decision of the disciplinary board of appeal in the event of a failure to appeal within the Court.

2. After coming to a decision the Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee shall send a copy thereof, together with the reasons for obwinionemu and the principal Labour Inspector, who manages the execution of the judgment.

3. A copy of the final judgment and the reasons for it be included in the personal file of the employee.

Article. 90. [bridge the penalties and punish] 1. Disciplinary penalties referred to in article 1. 71 paragraph 1. 3 paragraphs 1 and 2 are subject to seizure after two years, and the disciplinary penalties referred to in article 1. 71 paragraph 1. 3 paragraph 3 and 4 – after three years from the date of the judgment has become final.

2. the punishment of a reprimand and a reprimand, a warning may be prior seizure at the request of ukaranego of the employee. The decision of the Chief Inspector shall Work at the earliest after expiry of one year from the date when the decision, taking into account the impeccable behaviour of the employee in that period.

3. In the cases referred to in paragraph 1. 1 and 2, a copy of the judgment and the reasons for it is removed from the personal file, and punishment shall be deemed waived.

Article. 91. [request for resumption of disciplinary proceedings] 1. Blamed or disciplinary spokesman can apply for resumption of disciplinary proceedings, if, after the release of a final judgment come to light new facts or evidence, unknown before the Disciplinary Committee, and which may have a significant impact on the content of the decision.

2. The resumption of the proceedings against the accused person may be refused only if it is found that a judgment has been issued as a result of the crime established by a final court judgment.

3. the request for renewal may be filed within 30 days from the date of disclosure of the circumstances referred to in paragraph 1. 1 and 2.

4. Resumption of the proceedings after the expiry of the limitation period disciplinary action can only occur for the benefit of the ukaranego.

5. the resumption of proceedings rules in private session in a different composition of the disciplinary Commission, which issued the final judgment.

6. The decision on refusal to resume the procedure, issued by the disciplinary Commission, shall be entitled to appeal to the appeal of the Disciplinary Committee; provision of art. paragraph 85. 5 shall apply mutatis mutandis.

7. The decision on refusal to resume the procedure, issued by the Disciplinary Board of appeal, the complaint is not entitled.

Article. 92. [the application of the provisions of the code of criminal procedure] in proceedings before the disciplinary committees referred to in article 1. 71 paragraph 1. 4, in the case of matters not regulated by this chapter shall apply mutatis mutandis the provisions of the code of criminal procedure.

Article. 93. [Delegation] Chief Inspector Work will determine, by way of interlocutory procedures, organization, composition and mode of operation of disciplinary Commission referred to in article 1. 71 paragraph 1. 4 and mode of operation of the Ombudsman disciplinary action.



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Chapter 8 transitional and final provisions Article. 104. [behavior of employee rights under existing] employees of the national labour inspection Act employee rights and the right to perform or supervise inspection operations arising from acts, on the basis of which was their employment relationship or on the basis of which were entitled to the right to perform or supervise inspection operations, before the date of entry into force of this Act.

Article. 105. [powers and responsibilities of the national labour inspection under the provisions of the existing], the national labour inspection acting under this Act takes over the powers and responsibilities of national labour inspection on the basis of the law referred to in article 1. 115. Article. 106. [powers and duties of The Acting on the basis of the provisions of the existing] Center acting under this Act takes over the powers and responsibilities of The national labour inspection Training acting on the basis of the law, referred to in article 1. 115. Article. 107. [employees provincial authorities exercising control of legality of employment] 1. On the date of entry into force of the Act the provincial offices employees exercising control of legality of employment under the Act referred to in article 1. 103, with higher education, become employees of the State labour inspection.

2. The previous employer is obliged within 7 days from the date of publication of this Act notify in writing to the employees referred to in paragraph 1. 1, about the changes to be made in their labor relations. Provision of art. 231 § 4 of the labor code shall apply mutatis mutandis.

3. To employees referred to in paragraph 1. 1, shall not apply the requirements of art. 39 paragraph 4 for training.

4. the personnel referred to in paragraph 1. 1, before being allowed to perform control activities must take place within a period of two years from the date of entry of the Act into force, training on issues falling within the scope of the national labour inspection activities culminating in the State referred to in article 2. 39 section 4. Training costs shall be borne by the Chief Inspector.

5. The employment relationship with the employee, referred to in paragraph 1. 1 expires in case it does not meet the condition provided for in paragraph 1. 4. Article. 108. [the provincial offices of the workers carrying out the control of legality of employment] 1. Current employer, no later than June 1, 2007, will provide personal lists of employees referred to in article 1. paragraph 107. 1 the lead Inspector.

2. the competent Minister of the public administration shall determine, by regulation, the manner and procedure in matters of workers referred to in article 1. paragraph 107. 1, driven by the need to ensure the efficient and effective performance of delegated tasks.

Article. 109. [Uncommitted administrative proceedings] 1. In the ongoing proceedings in cases of offences referred to in article 1. 119-123 of the Act referred to in article 1. 103, in which the public prosecutor he was the Inspector of the competent regional office on the date of entry into force of the Act Public Prosecutor becomes a competent inspector.

2. Incomplete administrative procedures are still before the competent district labour inspectorates.

3. the competent Minister of the public administration shall determine, by regulation, the manner and mode of acquisition of the ongoing judicial and administrative proceedings, and in particular the way forward the dossier for those proceedings, guided by the need to ensure the smooth and efficient conduct of proceedings taken over by the competent district labour inspector.

Article. 110. (omitted).

Article. 111. [the expert for safety and health at work, on the basis of the provisions of the existing] Testers for safety and health at work, which powers gave the Chief Inspector Work as specified in the Act, referred to in article 1. 115, retain these permissions after the date of entry into force of this Act.

Article. 112. [the application of the provisions of the existing to initiated enforcement] to the enforcement proceedings initiated on the basis of the law, referred to in article 1. 94, before the date of entry into force of this Act, the provisions of the existing.

Article. 113. [the application of the provisions of the existing disciplinary proceedings] To disciplinary proceedings instituted against employees of the State labour inspection before the date of entry into force of this Act, the provisions of the existing, however, you must use the new rules, if they are względniejsze for the offender.

Article. 114. (omitted).

Article. 115. [the provisions repealed] is repealed the Act of 6 March 1981 on State labour inspection (Journal of laws of 2001, no. 124, item 1362, no. 128, item 1405 and # 154, poz. 1800, 2002 No 166, item 1360, 2003 # 170, item 1652 and # 213, poz. 2081, 2004 # 173, POS. 1808, 2005 # 64 , item. 564, no. 110, item. 926 and # 167, item. 1399). 116. [entry into force] this Act shall enter into force on 1 July 2007, with the exception of article. 108, which shall enter into force on 1 June 2007.

[1] Article. 9. 1 paragraph 9 as amended stipulated by article. 12 of the law of 15 January 2015, amending the law on genetically modified organisms and certain other laws (OJ No. 277). The change came into force March 30, 2015.

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