Health and safety laws in the Czech Republic are largely based on European Union Directives. The key national legislation is the Labour Code of 2006, which contains highly detailed health and safety provisions, and the Labour Inspection Act 2005.
Employers must create a working environment and working conditions which are safe and do not endanger employees’ health, by organising appropriate occupational safety and health protection and by taking measures aimed at risk prevention.
Employers must inform workers about risks and propose appropriate protective measures.
Specific duties include:
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