We will close with the penal provisions to outline what can you expect if you act contrary to the stated guidelines:
The Occupational Health and Safety Law prescribes a fine in the amount ranging from RSD 800,000 to RSD 1,000,000 for an employer with the status of a legal entity who does not provide work to an employee at the workplace, and in the work environment in which safety and health measures at work have been implemented.
For the responsible person in the legal entity, the prescribed fine is from RSD 40,000 to RSD 50,000, and for an employer who holds the status of an entrepreneur, the fine is prescribed in the amount ranging from RSD 400,000 to RSD 500,000.
We believe that words like instructions or recommendations do not create the feeling that you are obliged to them, but in anticipation of a special Regulation, these instructions serve to specify the general provisions of the Law. Therefore, implement the above measures to protect the health of employees and clients, as well as your own, but also, to protect your business, finances, and reputation.