Czech Republic – OSH in the context of the home office
The increase in teleworking as a result of Covid-19 has meant that the home office has now become a key working environment. Employers should be aware of the legislative requirements involved in working from home and connected to the Covid-19 situation.
To highlight the legislation surrounding working from home, our focal point in the Czech Republic is organising an event on 9 November. The session introduces the new EU-OSHA 2020-22 campaign, Healthy Workplaces Lighten the Load. Speakers provide information about occupational diseases and discuss the legislative aspects of working in the home office, and the impact that Covid-19 is having upon occupational safety and health (OSH) legislation.
The online event is live-streamed from Prague, and helps to provide clarity for employers with questions about any legal and OSH aspects of the new working requirements.
- Jaroslav Hlavín, National Representative of the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs of the Czech Republic
- Evžen Hrnčíř, Head of the Department of Occupational Medicine of the University Královské Vinohrady and Forensic Expert in the field of healthcare
- Martin Mikyska, Lawyer and Independent Consultant
Contact person: Jaroslav HLAVÍN – firstname.lastname@example.org