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EurAsEC Agreement on the Procedure for Investigating Accidents was Ratified

July 7, 2014

June 27 Russian tripartite commission for regulation of social and labor relations approved the draft federal law "On ratification of the Agreement on the investigation of occupational accidents that have occurred with the citizens of one state - a member of the Eurasian Economic Community in carrying out work in the territory of another country - a member of the Eurasian Economic Community." 

As the First Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Security Minister Sergei Velmyaykin, the agreement has been prepared within the framework of the implementation of the Concept of concerted social policy states - members of the Eurasian Economic Community cooperation in the field of occupational safety and health within the framework of the relevant Council for Social Policy at the EurAsEC Integration Committee. The agreement, signed May 31, 2013 on the Interstate Council of the Eurasian Economic Community, at the level of heads of government and establishes the procedure for the investigation of occupational accidents that have occurred with the citizens of one of the states - members of the Eurasian Economic Community, temporarily carrying out work in the territory of another country - a member of the Community. Necessary measures taken in connection with the investigation of the accident, established by the legislation of the State of employment. The Agreement establishes the form of the act of an accident at work for these episodes. 

"Unlike similar document signed within the framework of the Commonwealth of Independent States, this treaty establishes procedures for investigating accidents, not only during the relevant business trip, as provided for the document of the CIS, but also self-employed, as well as on the basis of a set of organized labor" - said Sergey Velmyaykin. 

The bill agreed with the concerned agencies, was legal and anti-corruption expertise in the Russian Ministry of Justice. 

Source: official website of the Ministry of Labour