Particular examinations will be done in segments where shortcomings have risen, the leader of the work assessment division Anastasios Giannakis said on Friday.
The new investigations follow a first round of checks during which an enormous number of shops were visited by monitors.
“In the retail division, there is a good picture as far as the consistency of agents and workers,” Giannakis stated, including that at times representatives were not wearing their covers appropriately, and there were a few issues with markings on the floor.
“The territory that is as yet troublesome is the building locales, in spite of the fact that there is some improvement,” he noted.
There are additionally different issues in this segment, for example, the danger of work mishaps, which represent the requirement for more focused on investigations.
Typically when there is an across the nation crusade to review building locales, the quantity of assessments midpoints 250 every month, while in the previous fourteen days 1,000 destinations have been visited.
Talking about work mishaps, the leader of the work investigation office said they have been diminished of late because of the restricted movement.
“Presently an enormous number of laborers have returned and we are observing the circumstance all the more intently,” he clarified.
There are just a few grumblings by workers about bosses in regards to wellbeing and security issues identified with the coronavirus, Giannakes said about the general circumstance. Most bosses conform to the measures.
A typical protest is that clients in shops don’t keep the necessary separation.
A few people have gotten off-base messages and are confounded, he said.
Experts on Thursday requested shut six-building destinations saw as rebellious with coronavirus-related wellbeing and cleanliness guidelines.
They were shut down incidentally until they meet the prerequisites.
By and large, since May 4, 6,556 investigations have occurred – 5612 in retail and 944 at building locales.
Until this point in time, overseers have covered 54 development locales and gave fines to 14 people.