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BELGIUM: Launch of a consultation on platform work

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The Federal Public Service Employment, Labour and Social Dialogue has just launched an online consultation on platform work. All contributions will be analysed in order to evaluate the law and contribute to the development of a legislative project in 2022.

Consultation theme 1 includes health and safety. What are the problems faced by workers in this respect? What happens in the event of accidents? What preventive measures are taken to protect workers from risks related to their activity? What improvements are possible?

Meal deliverers, drivers, users or platform managers… are invited to give their opinion, make proposals or share their experience by 31 January 2022.

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