There is need for governments to develop principles which are based on co-operation, information sharing and safeguarding the interests of their citizens on matters which involve provision and the use of services provided by the state or intended for public works. This is important in ensuring the development of various segments of public services.
In many countries the constitution has enacted the Laws of Freedom of information which emphasizes on the need for transparency and accessibility of information which is on the public domain. This information includes public procurement, reports on infrastructural works and projects, job recruitment, co-operation of state agencies etc.
Such information should be made available through inspection controls which keeps check and monitors various activities which happen in public service each day. This ensures that chances of discrimination, marginalization, infringement of rights, embezzlement of funds and other human malpractices do not disadvantage any citizen based on the social status or gender in the country.
The environment needs also be protected against all from of degradation emanating from commercial factories or from individual citizens. Routine checks should address areas of interest in the environment which are being subjected to abuse.
One such body which can help oversee these activities is the State Inspectorate as is the case of the Republic of Croatia. The State Inspectorate was established in Croatia as a government body tasked to carry out inspections relating to the monitoring of the implementation of regulations in certain areas of administrative areas.
This domain was recently gifted to me and I’ve decided to publish content which pertains to the inspection of public works and areas of administrative interest which can easily be manipulated. I’ve published several posts and will be adding more interesting content soon. You can access the published content by clicking through the various topics below.
Thus, the State Inspectorate within its mandate puts monitors on how individuals and companies in the country adhere to the application of regulations which govern the relationships between employers and employees, safety and health protection of workers and the general issues in the field of trade & commerce such mining, tourism, catering business etc.
In case of breach of the set guidelines and rules by individual or companies, then appropriate actions should be taken to hold those who breach the rules accountable for their actions as stipulated in the penal code.
Formerly this website belonged to the Sate Inspectorate of Croatia. The body is headed by the Inspector who is appointed by the central government. He is accountable and responsible to report directly to the central government.