Health and safety

Information on health and safety in the workplace including employers’ duties and obligations.

Luxembourg :: Eye sight testing

The requirement to provide eye care to employees in the European Union who work regularly with display screen equipment is subject to EU law and local country regulations arising from the Directive …

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Luxembourg :: Passive smoking

Employers have the duty to protect their employees against the effects of passive smoking …

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Luxembourg :: Safety representatives

An employee safety representative (délégué à la sécurité et à la santé) must be appointed in all workplaces with at least 15 employees …

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Luxembourg :: Occupational health services

Employers must register with an occupational health service or set up their own internal occupational health service …

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Luxembourg :: Safety officers

All employers must appoint at least one safety officer (travailleur désigné) from among their employees to be the reference person in all matters concerning health and safety in the company …

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Luxembourg :: Health and safety

The labour code (articles L311 onwards) places a duty upon employers to protect their employees from known and foreseeable risks to their health and wellbeing …

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Luxembourg :: Drugs testing

Employers are under a general duty to ensure that their employees are not under the influence of illegal substances and either a danger to themselves or to others at work …

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