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Do you know how to deal with a Labor Inspection? (28/03/2019)

The mutual umivale has organized an information day in Yecla aimed at freelancers, SMEs or companies with employees under their charge to know how to act before a possible Labor Inspection.

"It is not always due to a complaint, in many cases it is a routine procedure to ensure that employers comply with the working conditions established by the regulations." In view of this possibility, we have seen the need to hold this meeting to inform our mutual workers of the requirements that a company must take into account when facing a labor inspection in the field of occupational risk prevention, in short, we want to give them the keys to guaranteeing the safety and health of their workers, "said José Ramón Velasco, territorial director of umivale in Yecla.

To this end, he has had a speaker with the territorial director of Valora Prevention in the area, Enrique Pagán, who has reviewed the work of the Labor Inspectorate, when and how it acts, and the possible infractions and sanctions that can be faced by a businessman.

In addition Pagán has highlighted what documents can request and what aspects the inspector reviews and has shelled a series of practical advice before the visit of the inspector in case of work accident.

The mutual umivale will hold a second day with the same objective in Orihuela on April 4, in this case in collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce of Orihuela.

The meeting, which will take place on the premises of the Chamber, will also review the Action Plan against the occupational accident rate 2019 of INVASSAT.

Bonus incentives to reduce the loss ratio

The meeting, which took place in the facilities of the mutual in Yecla, has also had the presence of umivale area director in Murcia and Vega Baja, Eduardo Tejero, who has appreciated the good reception of the day and has taken advantage of to deliver Bonus incentives to companies in the area in recognition of their work in prevention and the notable reduction in their work-related accidents in the Bonus 2017 campaign, related to 2016.

The Bonus is an economic incentive that the Ministry of Employment and Social Security grants through the Mutual Societies to its associated companies that have distinguished themselves for taking care of the occupational health of their workers through the implementation of preventive policies.

"The objective is to reward entities that have reduced their claims, placing it or maintaining it below the industry average," said Eduardo Tejero, while he has delivered a diploma to the companies present.

Source: Agencias

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