Preparation for The State Labor Inspectorate (PIP) Inspection

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Inspections conducted by labor inspectors aim to determine the factual state of compliance with labor law. This includes adherence to occupational health and safety regulations, as well as regulations related to the legality of employment. 


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Inspections by the PIP primarily apply to: 

  • Employers, and in the scope of occupational health and safety (BHP) and inspections related to the legality of employment, also to entrepreneurs who are not employers, for whom work is performed by individuals, including those conducting business activities on their own account, regardless of the basis of providing such work. 
  • Entities providing labor market intermediary services, personal consulting, vocational counseling, and temporary employment services. 

The tasks of the State Labor Inspectorate include, among others: 

  • Supervision and control of compliance with labor law provisions, especially occupational health and safety (BHP) regulations, regulations regarding employment relationships, remuneration for work, and other benefits arising from employment, working hours, leaves, employee entitlements related to parenthood, employment of minors, and persons with disabilities. 
  • Control of the legality of employment, other gainful employment, and the performance of work by foreigners; control of compliance with the obligation to emploi. 
  • Checking the legality of employment, other gainful employment, and work performed by foreigners. 
  • Control of products placed on the market regarding compliance with safety and occupational health requirements specified in separate regulations. 
  • Supervision over compliance with the conditions for the use of substances specified by the European Chemicals Agency under Article 9(4) of Regulation No 1907/2006, within its competence. 
  • Undertaking actions to prevent and eliminate hazards in the workplace, including: 
  • Investigating and analyzing the circumstances and causes of workplace accidents and monitoring the implementation of measures to prevent these accidents. 
  • Analyzing the causes of occupational diseases and monitoring the implementation of measures to prevent these diseases. 
  • Initiating research activities in the field of labor law compliance, especially safety and occupational health. 
  • Initiating initiatives in matters of labor protection in individual agriculture. 
  • Providing advice and technical information to eliminate threats to the life and health of workers, as well as advice and information on compliance with labor law. 
  • Undertaking preventive and promotional activities aimed at ensuring compliance with labor law. 
  • Cooperation with environmental protection authorities in controlling employers’ compliance with regulations on preventing environmental hazards. 

Preparing for an inspection by the State Labor Inspectorate (PIP) is essential, but it can be challenging to do it alone. Every entrepreneur has many tasks that need to be coordinated “now,” and an upcoming PIP inspection is an additional burden. Ensuring proper occupational health and safety (BHP) in the workplace is the employer’s obligation. In the case where a company employs 100 or more workers, the employer is obligated to establish a Health and Safety Service. In this situation, a OHS (BHP) specialist within the established service will handle preparation for the PIP inspection. 

However, if the workplace has fewer than one hundred employees, and, as a result, a Health and Safety Service is not established, it is advisable to use the services of an external specialist. At your request, we will conduct a one-time audit that will identify all safety and occupational health-related irregularities. We will provide an independent opinion on the state of occupational health and safety in the company and highlight any deficiencies that the State Labor Inspectorate might pay attention to. 

Our fee for the conducted consultation largely depends on the scope of the inspection and the existing state of occupational health and safety. For example, in a situation where a serious accident occurred in your facility while conducting particularly hazardous work, and actions such as training employees or developing safe work procedures are necessary, our fee will be higher due to the amount of time dedicated to these activities. Conversely, it may be the opposite – if only one document is missing, such as a risk assessment, which we can efficiently prepare at a lower cost. 

When presenting an offer to a client, we take into account the complexity of the case, the subject of the external authority’s inspection, the state of occupational health and safety documentation, as well as the amount of necessary actions to be taken. Our fee includes a visit to the company, auditing occupational health and safety documentation and employees’ personal files, preparing a report, being present during the PIP inspection, as well as further consultations after the inspection. 



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