Contenido preventivo en la negociación colectiva

In this work, it is carried out a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the state-level collective agreements of the last two and a half years in terms of the regulations they contain on the matter of occupational health and safety. In this sense, it is proceeded to study in detail the convention...

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Main Author: Poquet Catalá, Raquel
Format: Article
Language:Spanish
Published: 2021
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Online Access:https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/oaiart?codigo=8022851
Source:Lan harremanak: Revista de relaciones laborales, ISSN 1575-7048, Nº. 45, 2021 (Ejemplar dedicado a: Estatuto de los trabajadores, perspectivas de cambio), pags. 231-256
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Summary: In this work, it is carried out a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the state-level collective agreements of the last two and a half years in terms of the regulations they contain on the matter of occupational health and safety. In this sense, it is proceeded to study in detail the conventional regulation on training, health surveillance, representative bodies of workers, groups with special protection and new emerging risks, specifically, moral harassment. It is generally concluded that, unfortunately, and although it has been made an important progress in this regard, at the present time, and in general, preventive matters have not yet been adequately reflected in collective bargaining, not even in those cases where those that the LPRL makes an express appeal to conventional regulations. In other words, the results of collective bargaining in this matter are not sufficient, since most of the agreements are simply referred to the LPRL, through mere rhetorical statements on its importance, without proposing an adequate and systematic regulation of it, and, more specifically, of the peculiarities and particularities of its productive sector, when their purpose is specifically this.