While at first glance this appears to come lighten the lives of contractors, it would, however, implications. These will now be stricter monitoring, said a source in the Ministry.
Because, it says, the new labor law focuses on the security aspect. Also according to our source, the regulations it contains are sufficiently "severe" and the criteria for a permit lapsed before the law. Thus, regular and more severe on sites where contractors work inspections will be conducted. The audits will focus on working conditions and security, especially with regard to the handling of hazardous materials.
In case of non-compliance with the new regulations, the sanctions may rain. For example, since the beginning of the year, seven companies and contractors have been punished and prosecuted in court. This being blamed?
Having failed to perform simulations of fires. To date, 278 new contractors have already joined this year's market. There are well over 1010 contractors operating in the country, most of which specializes in cleaning, construction and maintenance.