The proposed law to bolster occupational health protection, which was brought forward in January by members of parliament of the governing majority will be definitively adopted in the coming hours, based on the compromise reached by a joint committee. The law will seek to reform governance of occupational health, place greater emphasis on prevention and introduce new requirements as regards the single document for assessing occupational risks (DUERP) for companies. The so-called “prevention passport” that was devised by social partners will be introduced after the law comes into force on 31 March 2022.
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