Until now, there was no law in Belgium that road users must make room for ambulances in the event of traffic jams on multi-lane roads. This is will change from October. Brussels; the creation of a rescue lane in the event of a traffic jam on a road with two or more lanes becomes mandatory […]
As soon as Mobility Package was adopted by the European Parliament on July 9, 2020, it was reported in all the media. Almost every report was overwritten with a statement that is so general and out of context that it does not correspond to the truth. And the key message of the heading was often […]
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Return to Work Safely Protocol COVID-19 Specific National Protocol for Employers and Workers
The Return to Work Safely Protocol is designed to support employers and workers to put measures in place that will prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace when the economy begins to open up, following the temporary closure of most businesses during the worst phase of the current pandemic.
This online COVID-19 Awareness Course is designed to help facilitate both safe returns to the workplace and helps to ensure staff and managers are aware of best practices within the workplace.
The COVID-19 Employee Induction course € 20.00 (e-learning) and The COVID-19 Lead Worker course € 80.00 (e-learning)
Improving drivers’ working conditions
Clear rules on posting of drivers
Better enforcement to fight illegal practices
Transport Committee MEPs endorsed on Monday (08 June 2020) the deal reached with EU ministers on a major reform of the road transport sector.
The revised rules for posting of drivers, drivers’ rest times and better enforcement of cabotage rules (i.e. transport of goods carried out by non-resident hauliers on a temporary basis in a host member state) aim to put an end to distortion of competition in the road transport sector and provide better rest conditions for drivers.
In all European countries, normal driving and rest times will apply again from Monday 1 June. The exception to the regulations allowed by the European Commission laid down in Reg. 561/2006 is valid until May 31 and is not extended.
Essential retail outlets will remain open but must adhere to strict social distancing guidelines
The Government have released an updated list of essential retail outlets after the lockdown was put in place in the battle against coronavirus.
All non-essential trips and social gatherings have been banned under the harsh new measures.
The order remains in place until May 18th.
Essential retail outlets will remain open but must adhere to strict social distancing guidelines.
Other business that off call-out or delivery services will be allowed to remain open on that basis only.
Public health measures in place until 18 May to prevent the spread of COVID-19 Published: 5 May 2020 From Department of Health and Department of the Taoiseach
Here’s the list in full.
The temporary relaxation of EU driving and resting time rules due to COVID-19
Introduction: In light of the potential impact of the Coronavirus on HGV operations and the importance of the road haulage sector to the national economy and in response to requests from the haulage industry, the Road Safety Authority and the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport have agreed to allow a temporary and urgent derogation in respect of certain provisions of the EU driving and resting time rules. The proposed derogation will apply to all operators and drivers subject to the EU driver’s hours and tachograph rules engaged in the carriage of goods.
Coming into effect: The derogation comes into immediate effect from 18 March 2020 up to 16 April 2020 which will be reviewed every week as regards application and scope. Read more