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In December, the social inspection services will carry out flash controls in the meat sector.
These controls may occur throughout the month. As the announced controls are approaching, we give you some tips.
Violators of social regulations and unreported work are the target of this action.
The controls are part of the "2023-2024 action plan of the fight against social fraud" and focus on social dumping and combating unreported work in fraud-sensitive sectors.
The Belgian Service d'information et de recherche sociale/Sociale Inlichtingen- en Opsporingsdienst [Information and Social Research Department] has put together a specific checklist for this sector. This list contains the documents that are likely to be requested by the social inspector as well as the questions you can expect. However, this checklist is only indicative in nature and does not prevent the social inspector from requesting any documents they deem necessary for their investigation.
Here is a brief (non-exhaustive) overview of the main documents that we recommend you have at hand in the event of a company audit:
The social inspector can also directly ask questions or request information from your employees at their workplace:
And can request certain documents to be submitted immediately:
In our LegalSmart webshop, you will find several of these standard documents. Legal all-in customers can contact their Legal Officer to obtain certain standard documents.
Our Legal Partners are following up on the constantly evolving legislation. In the context of our "Legal Privileged Partners (LPP)" service, our team can examine your social documents and ensure compliance with social legislation.
If you have any questions or need assistance, you can always contact us at email@example.com.
As part of this exercise, we can provide you with a report including a risk analysis and offer the required recommendations. So you'll have nothing to worry about in the event of a visit by a social inspector.
On the website of the SIRS/SIOD you can consult the results of the flash controls that have already taken place.
This flash action should not make us forget that social legislation must be observed all year round. Unexpected controls are there to increase awareness, particularly in the electro-technical and construction sector, which is a key target in the fight against social fraud.
In 2024, the following controls have been announced:
January: construction (including electro-technical and metal sector)
March: moving sector
July: security sector
September: green sectors
November: major cities (carwash included)
Source: website SIRS/SIOD.
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