Aim: To determine the characteristics of sanctions conducted by the National Superintendency of Control (SUNAFIL) from the Peruvian Ministry of Labour (MINTRA). Methodology: Descriptive analysis using MINTRA database about sanctions made between 2011-2013. Data from the region of the company, year, amount, number of workers affected and type of sanction were described. Results: The companies of Lima had S /2,701,413.75 in fines in 3 years. The most common penalty was for failure to implement a management system or have a health and safety regulations at work. The rule 27.15 was that generated the largest amount of fines for failure to comply with the obligations relating to supplementary insurance for hazardous work. Conclusion: This study may provide guidance to businesses, so they know the points that are sanctioned by the Peruvian organization that monitors compliance with the standard, so that workers have quality health and security.
|Translated title of the contribution||Penalties for infringements against health and safety at work in companies of Peru, 2011-2013|
|Number of pages||9|
|Journal||Revista de la Asociacion Espanola de Especialistas en Medicina del Trabajo|
|State||Indexed - Dec 2015|
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