The Moroccan system of labour inspection includes components of the Ministry of Labour, while others fall under the responsibility of other ministerial departments, including officials of the Mining Administration, agents of the merchant marine and all agents. Commissioned for this purpose by other administrations.
Labour Inspection System
The occupational categories of the labour inspectorate under the Ministry of Labour
The labour inspectorate includes the following occupational categories:
Labour inspectors are public officials, and have a special status (Decree 02.08.69 of 09 July 2008).
Duties, attributions, powers of labour inspectors under the Ministry of Labour.
The role of the labour inspectorate is defined by Convention No. 81 concerning IT, Convention No. 129 on IT in the agricultural sector and the Labour Code in particular Book V (Articles 530 to 548).
Labour inspectors are responsible for:
For this purpose, labour inspectors can, among other things
And to enable them to ensure the enforcement of social legislation, the legislator has equipped the agents responsible for labour inspection with certain legal tools. For this purpose, the said inspectors may carry out inspection visits, send observations and issue, if necessary, formal notices with or without delay and minutes against the recalcitrant employers.
Organization and structure of the labour inspectorate
The labour inspectorate is part of the administrative structure of the deconcentrated and central services of the Ministry of Employment and Vocational Training. It is the Ministry of Labour that has the central authority responsible for supervising the inspection of the labour inspectorate.
In addition, the Ministry has central services and external services composed of Employment Delegations, which currently number 51, including 100 labour constituencies in the industrial, commercial and service sectors and 45 constituencies of social laws in agriculture.