Vocational education and trainning

The Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs reduced 60 business conditions, 78 administrative procedures

Doãn Giang Dec 13 2018 11:00AM GMT + 7

The business conditions are reduced by the Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) in occupational education, occupational safety and health and social evils prevention.

The Prime Minister signed the Decree No. 140/2018 / ND-CP amending and supplementing the decrees relating to business investment conditions and administrative procedures. state management of MOLISA.

Thus, together with the Government's Decree No. 49/2018 / ND-CP dated March 30, 1818 on quality assurance of vocational education, up to now there have been 60 business conditions to be reduced, simplification, reaching the rate of 56.07%; Among them, the vocational education and training sector is 43%, labor safety is 33% and social evils prevention is 22%. At the same time, MOLISA has abolished 78 procedures administration.

MOLISA is continuing to study and formulate and submit to the Government for promulgation and promulgation according to its competence legal documents aiming to reduce and simplify by 31/12/2013. Approximately 65% of business conditions and 61% of administrative procedures in accordance with Decision No. 889 / QĐ-LDTBXH dated 09/7/2018 of the Minister of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs.


Previously, in August 2018, at the ceremony to announce the report on the assessment of compliance costs (APCI 2018), Minister, Chairman of the Office of Government Mai Tien Dung said that in order to meet the expectations of the business community, the Government set specific targets and time, reviewed and cut 50% of business conditions and inspection procedures. specialized.


So far, Ministries have submitted a draft decree on reducing business conditions required by the Government, of which the Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) is expected to cut more than 65% of the conditions; Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism is expected to cut 54% ... /.


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