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Competent Experts 

According to the Article 1, Item 11 of the Labour Protection Law, a competent expert is an expert who has the expertise to perform the internal supervision of the working environment in the enterprise and whose expertise has been evaluated according to the procedure set by the Cabinet of Ministers.

According to the Regulations Nr. 101 of the Cabinet of Ministers, in order to perform the internal supervision of the working environment in enterprises, the competent expert needs the highest level knowledge (professional higher education) in the field of labour protection according to the program of second level professional higher education accredited by the Ministry of Education and Science (the Standard of Professions PS 0100 "Senior Expert in Labour Protection").

The senior expert in labour protection who has acquired the abovementioned education and who possess a relevant document should be equalized to the competent expert and is entitled to perform the internal supervision of the working environment in enterprises during five years from the day of receiving the document certifying the education. Upon the expiry of this date, the competent expert applies to the institution of personnel certification in order to receive a certificate of a competent expert that certifies the person's expertise in the issues of labour protection.

In order to receive a certificate of a competent expert, the claimant submits to the institution of personnel certification the application and the following documents:

1. a document that certifies acquiring the professional higher education in the labour protection according to the Standard of Professions PD 0100 "Senior Expert in Labour Protection"

2. a document certifying at least three years' practice in the field of labour protection (for example, work agreements, enterprise agreements, etc).

Within 30 days of receiving the documents the institution of personnel certification organizes the test of the knowledge and abilities of the claimant and evaluates the relevance of their expertise to the certification in the field applied, considering the requirements set in the Standard of Professions PS 0100 "Senior Expert in Labour Protection", Standard of LVS EN ISO/IEC 17024:2004 "Evaluation of Relevance - General Requirements to the Institutions of Personnel Certification" and the Regulations Nr.101 of the Cabinet of Ministers. If the expertise of the claimant is relevant to the set requirements then they are issued a certificate of a competent expert valid for five years.

Upon the expiration of the certificate, the competent expert applies for re-certification to the institution of the personnel certification in order to continue their work.

Before the start of the practice, the competent expert shall insure their civil liability in the amount sufficient to cover the expenses incurred by the receiver of the services in the case if they occur as a result of their professional activities. This requirement can be checked only by the employers though when making an agreement with a competent expert, so we would like to invite the employers to pay attention to this matter.