State inspection services and risks for business

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Date
2019
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Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University Press
Abstract
At the stage of planning and implementation of state inspection (supervision) system, the government should conduct legal, technical and economic analysis and study the business environment. When State makes its own decision, special importance is given to share the experience in the relevant field for implement practice. In the developing countries, at the stage of establishing effective control mechanism, supervise of inspection services is a key element to release system corruption. The business should underline the requirements of the national standards and legislation in the relevant field, and in case of necessity, resolve problems, determined by the supervising body in the specified timeframe. To achieve the goals and to protect public interests, it is necessary to coordinate the work of the Inspection Service and Business Representatives, which covers raising awareness of society. Business involvement in the process of development of various legislative initiatives ensures the protection of its legitimate interests from inadequate infringement. It should also be noted that the existence of a social dialogue platform, which is successfully functioning in many countries, promotes the right decision, even strict supervisory policy is in action, providing consolidation in the decision-making process and refresh business environment.
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• Jacqueline Coolidge. (2011). Government Inspections – Lessons from Reforms, available at:http://www.ifc.org/ifcext/fias.nsf/AttachmentsByTitle/Manualsandtoolkits_ Module7_Overview+/$FILE/Inspections-synthesis-4pn-060323. pdf. [Last View 30 March, 2019]; • Sanda Putnina. (2006). Review of International Practice in Inspections Reform, IFC SME Survey and Policy Project, ILO.; • World Bank. (2005). Doing Business in 2006: Creating Jobs,Washington, D.C.; • World Bank. (June 2006). Reforming Inspections – Countering Corruption and Waste, Public Policy for the Private Sector, https://rru.worldbank.org/PublicPolicyJournal/ Sum mary.aspx?id=308.|Last View 30 March, 2019 |
Keywords
Labor safety, business risks, state inspection system, state control
Citation
Economics and Business, №2, 2019, pp. 93-99
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