On Tuesday, 6 November, the international conference ‘Good working environment on an innovative labour market’ was held in Tallinn. Specialists from all over the world as well as representatives of employees, employers, and the state engaged in a debate over the changes. Winners of the competition ‘Good Working Environment 2018’ were also announced at the conference. According to Maret Maripuu, Director General of the Labour Inspectorate, an innovative working environment is the reality in a number of Estonian businesses. ‘The fast development of technology has influenced our lives greatly...
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2674 occupational accidents were registered in the first half-year. 2019 of them were minor and 550 serious. Three people lost their lives at work. The circumstances of 102 cases are still being clarified. Compared to previous year, the number of occupational accidents has remained at the same level. In 2017, in the same period 2692 accidents were registered, of which 2063 were minor and 628 serious. Compared to last year when one employee died, already three have lost their lives this year. According to Director General of Labour Inspectorate Maret Maripuu, the number of...
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Today the Labour Inspectorate will present to the Riigikogu an overview of last year’s labour environment in Estonia. In the course of last year a total of 5,184 workplace accidents occurred, i.e. 14 workplace accidents per day. Nine people lost their lives at work. Of the 5,184 workplace accidents registered last year, 4,058 accidents resulted in employees sustaining only minor injuries. 1,117 employees were severely injured and nine people died. The primary workplace accident risk group comprises men aged 23-34. Most of the accidents happened in the metal industry, national defence and...
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