Preventive examinations: For Employers

Occupational medical care in relation to the Labour Code

On the basis of the Labour Code by Act č.155/2000 Coll. Which came into force on 1 January 2001, the employer is under

provisions of § 133 paragraph 1 point. a) Labour is obliged not to allow the employee performed work, the performance does not reflect his abilities and fitness,

and pursuant to the provisions of § 133 paragraph 1 point. d) Code is obligated to tell employees that medical facilities it provides occupational health care and what types of vaccinations and medical examinations which are required to submit.

The selection and provision of occupational medical care, the employer pursuant to § 136a paragraph 2 of the Labour Code shall inform the trade unions, or OSH representative.

The occupational health care are also bound by some of the important responsibilities of the employer in the area of ​​OSH.

These include:

Payment of occupational health care

Costs associated with occupational safety and health at work and her employer by providing paid within the meaning of § 132 paragraph 5 of the Labour Code and § 42 of Act No. 258/2000 Coll. On the public health, as amended, unless a special law provides otherwise .

These costs are the expense of the employer to maintain and achieve an income in accordance with § 24 paragraph 2 point. j) of Act No. 586/1992 Coll. on Income Tax, as amended.

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