Good governance for employers will be a reduction in administration. For example, there is an obligation to document the facts that can be verified through the accessible registers and information systems of other institutions, in particular the Labor, Social Affairs and Family Bureaus.
E-services to the public, shorter administrative procedures, and transparent Open Data will bring the national project of electronic service to the National Labor Inspectorate.
The deployment of the information system will enable citizens, businesses, public authorities and other organizations to have fast and reliable access to data and statistics on work inspections. Complaints and suggestions (such as suspicion of illegal employment) will also be reported online, and their handling will be faster. By reducing the administrative burden on inspectors, the length of decision-making in administrative proceedings and the time for issuing certificates and licenses will be shortened.
The public will be better informed through open data. Benefits for entrepreneurs will be better advice that will work online.
Another good governance for employers will be the reduction of administration. For example, there is an obligation to document the facts that can be verified through the accessible registers and information systems of other institutions, in particular the Labor, Social Affairs and Family Bureaus.
The connection with the information systems of the Public Health Service, the Slovak Environmental Inspectorate, the Main Mining Office, the Police College of SR, the Financial Administration of the SR, the Social Insurance Agency, the Statistical Office of the Slovak Republic and the Slovak Armed Forces will be prepared.
The project will also positively affect working conditions in the inspectorates. Their employees will be able to access real-time access to the files and processes, status, and timetable for the performance of the controls.
The information system will allow them to monitor the lifecycle of the job and to follow the sanctions granted after the inspection or inspection.
The effect of the project should also be an overall social benefit in the field of prevention of occupational injuries. By linking data on reported occupational injuries, checks will be better targeted at high-risk areas. Better identification of suspected entities is expected, and thus a more efficient inspection.
The national project “Electronic Services of the National Labor Inspectorate” is € 5,803,061 from the Integrated Infrastructure Operational Program – Priority Axis 7. The call for the national project will be published together with other detailed information on the website www.informatizacia.sk and www.partnerskadohoda.gov .com. The deadline for the call is March 4, 2019.