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19.06.2017

The Infoline of the Labour Inspectorate will work on June 22 until 13.00

The Infoline and admission offices of the Labour Inspectorate will work on June 22 until 13.00 and will not be available on June 23 and 24. The customers’ e-mails will also not be responded to on these dates.
05.06.2017

Safety on construction sites needs greater attention

The Labour Inspectorate checked 66 construction sites across Estonia. The inspectors detected 130 violations, five of which resulted in a misdemeanour procedure. Only four construction sites were fully compliant with the regulations. In April, the Labour Inspectorate carried out unannounced targeted checks at construction sites. During the checks, greatest attention was paid to the prevention of falling from heights. Apo Oja, the Deputy Director General of the Labour Inspectorate in the field of inspection of work environment and development, sees that the situation at construction...
29.05.2017

The Infoline is not available on June 2

The Infoline of the Labour Inspectorate is exceptionally not available on June 2. The customers’ e-mails jurist@ti.ee will be responded. We apologise for the inconvenience!
09.05.2017

Labour Inspectorate: Flexible working hours require reasonable balance between work and rest

New forms of working time, changed working time, its effect on working and on the worker’s health and other similar topics were discussed at the international occupational health and safety conference titled “Does time kill?” held on 25 April. It was also debated, if we need a new working time regulation considering the changed conditions. Prime Minister Jüri Ratas opened the conference. Director General of the Labour Inspectorate Maret Maripuu said in the opening speech that new working time forms make working more flexible and convenient. “Enabling working outside of the office begins...
09.05.2017

Labour Inspectorate: Flexible working hours require reasonable balance between work and rest

Director General of the Labour Inspectorate Maret Maripuu said in the opening speech that new working time forms make working more flexible and convenient. “Enabling working outside of the office begins with trust – does the employer trust the employee enough to believe that they will get their tasks done while away from the office. The employee must prove their reliability with excellent work,” said Maripuu. “At the same time, increased flexibility often means losing track of time and limits, and doing more work. Quality work, however, needs quality rest. It is important to preserve our...
28.04.2017

Labour Inspectorate’s Information line will not answer calls on May 1

You can find more information on consultations in May 
12.04.2017

Labour Inspectorate’s Information line will not answer calls on April 14

You can find more information on consultations in April
14.03.2017

Last year had the biggest incidence of accidents at work in the past decade

Of the registered accidents at work, in 4036 cases workers suffered minor physical injuries, in 1019 cases – serious injuries, and 26 accidents at work ended with fatalities. Serious accidents at work occurred mostly in the metal industry, transport sector, warehousing, and the building sector. Sixty-five per cent of accidents at work involved men. All people who died were men. Most accidents at work happened to 25–34-year-old young men. Broken down by counties, the highest incidence of accidents was in Tallinn and Harjumaa. The numbers of accidents at work decreased in Tartumaa, Lääne-...
14.03.2017

Last year had the biggest incidence of accidents at work in the past decade

Of the registered accidents at work, in 4036 cases workers suffered minor physical injuries, in 1019 cases – serious injuries, and 26 accidents at work ended with fatalities. Serious accidents at work occurred mostly in the metal industry, transport sector, warehousing, and the building sector. Sixty-five per cent of accidents at work involved men. All people who died were men. Most accidents at work happened to 25–34-year-old young men. Broken down by counties, the highest incidence of accidents was in Tallinn and Harjumaa. The numbers of accidents at work decreased in Tartumaa, Lääne-...
20.02.2017

The Infoline is not available since 1 PM on on February 23

On the 24th of February the Labour Inspectorate is closed and the Infoline is not available. The Labour Inspectorate wishes you great Independance Day!  

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