On September 29, FIC provided to the Labour Ministry the comments on the Draft OHS Law. FIC in particular outlined that the Draft envisages significant burden to the economy in the form of the 11 new licences in the area, including the obligation for the employers to pass the exam in the OHS domain if they are not obliged to engage persons or business entities possessing the licences. This burden doesn’t bring the proportionate effect in the improvement of the OHS. Moreover, it will be difficult to find the persons in possession of the licences, in particular in the first few years in the Law Implementation. Safety and health in the situations of working from home and distance work is defined too generally in the Draft. It would be also useful to include the implementation and reference to the OHS Guide on working from home, adopted in March 2021 by the OHS Directorate. It was also outlined that the procedure after the injury on work is too complex, and that the general suggestions for its implementation are needed. The PP containing also 17 concrete proposals can be downloaded here.