Regulation Of The Council Of Ministers Of 28 May 1996 On The Prevention Of Food And Drinks

Original Language Title: ROZPORZĄDZENIE RADY MINISTRÓW z dnia 28 maja 1996 r. w sprawie profilaktycznych posiłków i napojów

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On the basis of article. 232 of the labour code are managed as follows: § 1. The employer shall provide workers employed under conditions particularly onerous charge: 1) meals issued preventive reasons, hereinafter referred to as "meals", in the form of a single hot dishes, subject to § 2. 2, 2) drinks, which type and temperature should be adapted to the conditions of work.

§ 2. 1. Meals should contain about 50-55% carbohydrates, 30-35% fat, 15% of proteins and have a calorific value of about 1000 kcal.

2. If the employer does not have the possibility of meals due to the nature of the work the employee work or organizational reasons, it can provide during operation: 1) the use of such meals in outlets, 2) catering by the employee on his own from the received products.

§ 3. 1. The employer shall provide meals to employees performing work: 1) associated with physical exertion, resulting in during the work shift effective energy expenditure of the body above 2000 kcal (8374 kJ) in men and more than 1100 kcal (4605 kJ) in women, 2) associated with physical exertion, resulting in during the work shift effective energy expenditure of the body above 1500 kcal (6280 kJ) in men and more than 1000 kcal (4187 kJ) in women in confined spaces, in which the technological reasons, maintains a constant temperature below 100 c or thermal load indicator (WBGT) is above 250 c, 3) associated with physical exertion, resulting in during the work shift effective energy expenditure of the body above 1500 kcal (6280 kJ) in men and more than 1000 kcal (4187 kJ) in women, performed outdoors in the winter; for the winter period is considered the period from 1 November to 31 March, 4).

2. The employer shall ensure food workers by removing the effects of natural disasters and other random events.

§ 4. 1. The employer shall provide beverage workers employed: 1) in hot conditions microclimate, characterized by the thermal load index (WBGT) above 250 c, 2) under the conditions of a microclimate of the cold, with a pointer value strength cooling air (STILL) above 1000, 3) at work in an open space at an ambient temperature below 100 c or above 250 C, 4) at work with physical exertion, resulting in during the work shift effective energy expenditure of the body above 1500 kcal (6280 kJ) in men and 1000 kcal (4187 kJ) in women 5) at workstations where the temperature caused by weather conditions exceed 280C.

2. The employer shall provide employees with beverages in quantities to meet the needs of workers, appropriately cold or hot depending on the conditions of work and, in the case referred to in paragraph 1. 1 paragraph 1-beverages enriched with mineral salts and vitamins.

§ 5. Jobs that employed workers should receive food and beverages, and the detailed rules for their issuance, as well as the conditions justifying the provision of meals in the manner referred to in § 2 paragraph 1. 2, sets out the employer in consultation with the municipal trade union organizations, and if your employer is not working factory organisation Union-employer after obtaining the opinion of the representatives of the employees.

§ 6. 1. Meals and refreshments are issued to workers in the days of work to justify their spending.

2. Meals should be issued during the statutory rest, basically after 3-4 hours of operation.

3. Drinks should be available for workers throughout the work shift.

§ 7. The employer shall ensure that the appropriate conditions of hygiene and sanitary preparation and consumption of food and drinks.

§ 8. Employees are not entitled to cash for meals and drinks.

§ 9. Repealed resolution No. 134 of the Council of Ministers of 8 October 1984 on the principles for issuing food preventive and regenerative strengthening workers employed under conditions harmful to health or especially bothersome (Polish Monitor no. 25, item 168).

§ 10. The regulation shall enter into force on 2 June 1996.



President Of The Council Of Ministers: W. Cimoszewicz