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Legislation analysis

Depeding on the business location and business area, we can offer Lithuanian, Estonian or Latvian legislation analysis, with relation to the legislation affecting a certain area or regulatory framework:

  • In the business relations area
  • In the area of occupational health and safety
  • In the area of tax law
  • In the area of current activity

Company establishment

  • Consulting while deciding on legal form of business
  • Temporary title inclusion in the register
  • Preparation of neccessary documents for business establishment
  • Stamp production

The main business legal relations documents

A newly established company must have these documents and logbooks:

  • Work contract
  • Work order regulations
  • Occupational health and safety regulations of employees
  • Fire safety instructions
  • Staff regulations
  • Local orders


  • Logbook of fire safety training
  • Logbook of audits, revisions performed at the company by State Control Inspectorate
  • Logbook for registering emergencies and accidents in the workplace

We recommend having these documents and logbooks:

  • absolute material responsibility contracts
  • confidentiality agreement or list of confidential/commercial (production)  secrets, order of use
  • The logbook of employees introduced to the staff regulations
  • The logbook of employees introduced to the working procedures and regulations
  • Employees health and safety introductory training logbook
  • Employees health and safety training in the workplace logbook
  • Inspection of indoor spaces at the workplace before closing time logbook

Occupational risks

Every employer must evaluate the possible occupational health and safety risk of employees.

The purpose of the occupational risk evaluation – to investigate the current or possible occupational risk at work and to foresee the preventive measures in order to protect them from occupational risk or reduce as much as possible.


Each employer of company must ensure that the employees have been trained to work safely. The need for training depends on the type of company activity and the functions of employees.

The compulsory training that must be accomplished by the employer or the person  who represents the employer:

  • Employer training, training for employer representative, training for employer authorized person, code 161086201

Training compulsory for the employer or employer representative or employer authorized person:

  • Fire safety  training for the leaders of companies, institutions and organizations. 

Employer training, in case of an established OHS, the functions of OHS can be performed by:

the head of the company, trained by the programe (depending on the type economic activity):

  • Employer training, training for employer representative performing OHS functions in all types of company economic activities, code 560086203
  • Employer training, training for employer representative performing OHS functions in the IInd and IIIrd type of company economic activities, code 360086203
  • Employer training, training for employer representative performing OHS functions in the IIIrd type of company economic activity, code 360086202

an employer authorized person, trained by a special program (depending on the type of economic activity):

  • An employer authorized person who performs OHS functions in all types of company economic activities, 560086204
  • An employer authorized person who performs OHS functions in the IInd and IIIrd type of economic activities in companies.
  • An employer authorized person, who performs OHS functions in the IIIrd type of company economic activity, code 360086205.

OHS specialist, trained by a program (depending on the type of company economic activity):

  • OHS specialist working in all types of economic activity companies;
  • OHS specialist working in IInd and IIIrd type of economic activity companies;
  • OHS specialist working in IIIrd type of economic activity companies;

Mandatory training for employees:

  • who use a potentially dangerous device
  • who perform dangerous tasks
  • who have a lack of professional skills or knowledge gained during the briefing instructions before beginning work or when being transferred to another work

Depending on the type of company activity, the employees can be given these types of training:

  • Mandatory Hygiene Skills Training
  • Mandatory First Aid Training

The performance of the OHS functions

The 1st part of the 12th article of the Law of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) of The Republic of Lithuania states that „an employer, aiming to ensure occupational health and safety of employees, will appoint one or more employees and health specialists or establish an OHS department <...>. If there are no such persons or there is a lack of such persons in the company, in order to properly organize the occupational health and safety preventive measures, the employer can conclude an agreement with <...> legal person <...> regarding occupational health and safety department functions or a part of its functions completion. In all cases, regarding the type of company economical activity, the number of employees and the possible occupational risk, the number of the OHS specialists must be enough to organize the OHS preventive measures in the company.“

In order to complete the professional OHS performance functions, we:

  • participate in the Government tax office revisions, prepare needed response to the requirements
  • consult in the areas of emergencies at work, occupational illness prevention and fire safety issues
  • inform about newly passed Laws and legislations and their changes, defining the health and safety of employees, work relations, fire safety
  • prepare/renew the local OHS legislation of the company
  • the introductory health and safety instructing for the employees
  • control if the health and safety instructing for the employees is performed on time
  • organize training regarding health and safety issues
  • make lists of harmful factors that are included in the personal medical documents summarized in a personal medical book and according to this list the medical examination is done
  • organize health examinations of the employees
  • make the lists of employees who need mandatory health examination
  • analyze mandatory health examination conclusions and recommendations and organize the implementation of recommendations
  • organize mandatory first aid training
  • consult on the matter of choosing and purchasing the protection measures, collective safety measures, health and safety signs
  • organize and coordinate occupational risk identification and evaluation
  • perform the reduction of the occupational risks and control the implementation of the elimination measures plan
  • participate in the analysis of the circumstances and reasons of the emergencies at work, on the way to/from work and those of the occupational illnesses;
  • register the workplace emergencies in the company, occupational illnesses and accidents
  • participate in the company employees committee, if it is organized, activity and offer suggestions regarding OHS improvements
  • offer suggestions regarding OHS improvement when preparing collective agreement

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Accounting services: 

JSC „SDG“ offers you an opportunity to employ a senior accountant or finance expert, who would solve everyday current issues, organize prioritized accounting and bookkeeping documents and/or financial reports and forecasts of the company, when aiming to represent the interests of your company in the best possible way.

  • Organizing and registering original documents
  • Long-term property accounting and evaluation of depreciation
  • Stock accounting (total and quantitative)
  • Registering cash register and bank documents
  • Debit and credit debt accounting
  • Opening and registering deposit accounts
  • Salary accounting
  • Fuel accounting
  • Writedown legislation preparation
  • Concluding accounting registers
  • Concluding internal company documents
  • Tax accounting and declaration
  • Accounting reports for the leader
  • Company accounting policy preparationg
  • Concluding and presenting the annual financial responsibility documentation
  • Preparation and presentation of statistics reports

Personnel services:

  • Preparation of employment agreements
  • Preparation of personnel activity documentation (employment, dismissal, holidays, disciplinary action, secondment order, etc.)
  • We provide social insurance notices (forms) for the National Social Insurance funding board territorial department.
  • Form personal files;
  • Complete the logbooks of working time
  • Consult on the matters of Law

Personal safety measures:

According to the Law of the Republic of Lithuania, specifically the 3rd part of the article 263 of the Labour Code, “There must be collective safety measures set up in every workplace, special systems must be set to register the amount of these materials in the workplace and to warn the employees about danger, the employees must be equipped with personal safety measures.” 

Regarding the Law of the Republic of Lithuania, specifically the 2nd page of the 28th article of the Occupational Health and Safety Law, “2. If the collective safety measures do not ensure employees’ protection from the risky factors, personal safety measures must be provided to the employees.  Personal safety measures are provided to an employee only after risky factors evaluation and are chosen in order to protect an employee from the impact of a risky factor. Personal safety measures must be adapted to the work, comfortable to use, must not cause any additional hazards to the safety of employees and must comply with the OHS legislation regulations. “

Signs, fire extinguishers, evacuation measures 


These signs must be visibly placed on walls in each company:


The placing of the other signs depend on the undertaken activities, devices used, rooms that are used for a particular activity.

According to the general fire safety rules, there must be fire extinguishers indoors.

Fire extinguishers must be:

  • kept in easily accessible places and in visible locations, safe from direct sunlight impact, not closer than 1 m to heating devices
  • hanged not higher than 1,5 m from the floor up to the fire extinguisher bottom and in such a way that open room doors would not prevent from reaching it
  • mounted inside the fire cabinets or near them, inside fire places or on the floor, kept in special cupboards, boxes or stands
  • kept in such a way that the writing would be visible

Evacuation plans

Based on the 266th article of the Labour Code of the Law of the Republic of Lithuania and the 22nd article of the OHS Law of the Republic of Lithuania, each company and all its departments must have evacuation plans of the employees ready. The employees must be introduced to the evacuation plans at the beginning of employment contract at the company. The evacuation plans of the employees must be placed in very visible places in the company and its departments. Persons, authorized by the employer, the OHS employees of the company, the representatives of the OHS must be well aware of the measures that are mandatory in case of emergency.