On April 18, 2017, the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs adopted amendments to regulations concerning the design and organization of work places and premises. The new regulations amend the regulation of 6 December 2011 No. 1356 on the same topic. Under the new regulations, storage locations with substances or compositions that may cause health hazards must be marked with warning signs of General Danger. In addition, areas, rooms, or enclosures used to store large amounts of substances or compositions which may pose hazards must be marked with appropriate safety signs. These regulations came into force immediately.
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