Confcommercio: outdated Covid protocols need to be replaced by more streamlined protocols
“The 2020 and 2021 Covid protocols and with them, social partners, businesses and workers have done their job very well to stop the trend of the pandemic with virtuous behaviour. However, today a new phase has opened and we need indications from relevant ministries and institutions. We need to work on new protocols more Simplify and focus on preventing vulnerable workers and on recommending maintaining social distancing in critical situations.” This was stated in a note by Donatella Brambolini, Confcommercio Vice President in charge of Labor and Welfare, at the end of the meeting held last night between the Ministry of Labour, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Economic Development, Inail and all social partners to review the Covid protocols. “After all – continues Brampolini – the legislation in force in the normal way already contains a solid system of worker protection and strict rules for prevention and safety in the workplace, which is why even committees at this point no longer have reason to, the ministries’ references to the participation of social partners in The new rules, which should come into effect after June 30, are urgently awaited during this month, bearing in mind that in all areas the obligations linked above are no longer in place.
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