During the CoViD-19 sanitary emergency it’s very important to stay informed, avoiding fake news and being update on the rules for the free movement of workers across the borders.
If you are a frontier worker, if you need to cross the borders, if you want to stay informed avoiding fake news visit the links or use a QR code reader to access directly to the CoViD-19 measures adopted by the European Commission, the Italian and Slovenian Governments and the Regione autonoma Friuli Venezia Giulia.
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Are there official documents concerning free movement of workers during CoViD-19 at European level?
Yes, there is a set of Communications and Guidelines, produced by the European Commission and available at: https://bit.ly/commandguide
You can access the Guidelines and the related FAQ in your own language simply using the language switcher on the top banner.
Dedicated European Commission webpage “Coronavirus response”: https://bit.ly/ECcovidresp
Are there official documents concerning the applicable measures at National level?
For Italy, you can find them at: http://www.governo.it/it/coronavirus
For Slovenia, you can find them at: https://www.gov.si/teme/koronavirus/
Are there official documents concerning the applicable measures at Regional level?
For the Italian side, the Regione autonoma Friuli Venezia Giulia published the ordinances of the President of the Region FVG and the undertaken regional measures, available at: https://bit.ly/CovidRFVG
For the Slovenian side, the dispositions are the ones undertaken at National level.
Is there a number to contact in case of emergency related to emerging symptoms or urgent health information?
- In Italy the number is 112, called Numero Unico Emergenza-N.U.E.
- In Slovenia the number is 080 1404 or +386 1 478 7550 Klicni center za informacije o koronavirusu
Social security, Taxation, Unemployment and Labour market: how to access services
If you need detailed information on social security, taxation, unemployment and labour market issues, please check the webiste of Italian and Slovenian Istitutions at the following links:
- Public Employment Services
|ANPAL – Agenzia Nazionale Politiche Attive del Lavoro||Italian|
|Centri per l’Impiego Regionali – Regione autonoma Friuli Venezia Giulia||Italian|
|Zavod Republike Slovenije za zaposlovanje||Slovenian-English-Italian-Hungarian|
|Agenzia delle Entrate||Italian-English-German|
|Finančna urpava Republike Slovenije||Slovenian-English|
- Social Security
|INPS – Istituto Nazionale della Previdenza Sociale||Italian|
|Zavod za pokojninsko in invalidsko zavarovanje Slovenije||Slovenian-English-Italian-Hungarian|
|INAIL – Istituto nazionale per l’assicurazione contro gli infortuni sul lavoro||Italian|
SLOVENIAN INSTITUTE FOR ACCIDENTS AT WORK
Key OSH (Occupational Safety and Health) authorities are located within the Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities of the Republic of Slovenia and the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Slovenia
|Ministrstvo za delo, družino, socialne zadeve in enake možnosti||Slovenian-English-Italian-Hungarian|
|Ministrstvo za zdravje||Slovenian-English-Italian-Hungarian|
|Sistema Sociale e Sanitario Regionale – Aziende Sanitarie||Italian-Slovenian|
|Zavod za zdravstveno zavarovanje Slovenije||Slovenian-English|
Supporting Employers and Workers: EU Guidelines to adapt Workplaces and Protect Workers
These non-binding guidelines aim to help employers and workers to stay safe and healthy in a working environment that has changed significantly because of the COVID-19 pandemic. They give advice on:
Risk assessment and appropriate measures
- minimising exposure to COVID-19
- resuming work after a period of closure
- coping with a high rate of absence
- managing workers working from home
Taking care of workers who have been ill
Planning and learning for the future
Staying well informed
Information for sectors and occupations
The guidelines include examples of general measures, which depending on the particular work situation, can help employers achieve an appropriate safe and healthy work environment when resuming activities.
The document provides links to relevant information from EU-OSHA and includes a list of resources from various providers that target different industries and jobs at the end. Please note that the information in this guidance does not cover the healthcare setting, for which specific advice is available (e.g. from ECDC, WHO, CDC).
For any specific questions or worries not addressed in this document, refer to information from the local authorities, such as the health service or the labour inspectorate.