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Notifying the Labour Inspectorate

Viimati uuendatud: 26.02.2017


Notification forms are available on the Labour Inspectorate website at and in the customer portal.

The employer must notify the Labour Inspectorate in the following cases:

  • when the company is founded – provide data about the field of activity and place of operation;
  • changing the field of activity;
  • names and contact information of people engaged in occupational health and safety (working environment specialist, working environment representative, members of the working environment council);
  • beginning asbestos work;
  • at the start the handling of carcinogenic or mutagenic substances, or when the risk assessment has detected exposure to carcinogenic or mutagenic substances;
  • before the start of handling the biological risk factors from the 2, 3 or 4 group for the first time (for information about the risk groups, refer to Annex 3 of Regulation No. 144 of May 5th, 2000 by the Government of the Republic of Estonia on occupational safety and health requirements for the working environment affected by biological risk factors);
  • when an employee is diagnosed with an occupational disease – in 20 working days, a report must be compiled and sent to the Labour Inspectorate in 3 working days after ending the investigation of the occupational disease contraction;
  • occupational accident – in 10 working days, a report must be compiled and sent to the Labour Inspectorate in 3 working days after ending the investigation. Fatal injuries or visibly severe injuries caused by an occupational accident must be immediately reported to the Labour Inspectorate.

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