No they don’t. It requires a fourty second google.
Mobile workers and offshore work
- Articles 3, 4, 5 and 8 shall not apply to mobile workers.
Member States shall, however, take the necessary measures to ensure that such mobile workers are entitled to adequate rest, except in the circumstances laid down in Article 17(3)(f) and (g).[/quote]
17 3f: “(f) in the circumstances described in Article 5(4) of Directive 89/391/EEC;” (‘exceptional and unforseeable circumstances’ including war)
17 3g: (g) in cases of accident or imminent risk of accident.
Member States shall take the measures necessary to ensure that every worker is entitled to a minimum daily rest period of 11 consecutive hours per 24-hour period.
Member States shall take the measures necessary to ensure that, where the working day is longer than six hours, every worker is entitled to a rest break, the details of which, including duration and the terms on which it is granted, shall be laid down in collective agreements or agreements between the two sides of industry or, failing that, by national legislation.
Weekly rest period
Member States shall take the measures necessary to ensure that, per each seven-day period, every worker is entitled to a minimum uninterrupted rest period of 24 hours plus the 11 hours’ daily rest referred to in Article 3.
If objective, technical or work organisation conditions so justify, a minimum rest period of 24 hours may be applied.
Length of night work
Member States shall take the measures necessary to ensure that:
(a) normal hours of work for night workers do not exceed an average of eight hours in any 24-hour period;
(b) night workers whose work involves special hazards or heavy physical or mental strain do not work more than eight hours in any period of 24 hours during which they perform night work.
For the purposes of point (b), work involving special hazards or heavy physical or mental strain shall be defined by national legislation and/or practice or by collective agreements or agreements concluded between the two sides of industry, taking account of the specific effects and hazards of night work.[/quote]
Additionally, Poland has an opt-out anyway.
Furthermore, I’m fairly sure there’s a directive that allows member states to bypass EU Labour laws at a time of ‘national distress’ where the state is at direct risk. Aka war
Who tf teaches you