Regulatory and legal support of occupational health of public servant
AbstractThe article deals with the need for official understanding and recognition of the simple, at first glance, and the harsh facts of life, that public health needs to maintain a high level of occupational health.The article deals with the need for official understanding and recognition of the simple, at first glance, and the harsh facts of life, that public health needs to maintain a high level of occupational health.The priority is given to such measures as the implementation of the Concept of reforming the medical and social sector; development and adoption of qualitatively new amendments to the Constitution of Ukraine on health care; adoption of priority laws of Ukraine or their new revisions on the revival of sectoral structures, early prevention of the occurrence of occupational diseases, legislative approval of state programs for the implementation of reform of the industries that have a direct or indirect impact on the maintenance of occupational health in the public administration. It is determined that in order to successfully solve problematic situations in terms of professional activity, there is a need to develop, implement and maintain a legislative framework, which is a guarantee of ensuring the social-psychological and moral-ethical well-being of public servants, which enable them to perform professional duties with the least cost and the highest efficiency, when influenced by any factors that accompany their professional activities.
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