An inspection of the accommodation in Västerås at the end of June revealed that the staff used a protective visor that is not CE-marked or has a permit from the Swedish Work Environment Authority.

The Swedish Work Environment Authority has now issued a ban in accordance with the Work Environment Act, reports the news agency Siren.

"Since there is an immediate and serious risk of ill health or accidents, the decision must also apply immediately," the Swedish Work Environment Authority writes in the decision.

The accommodation is also required on a fine of SEK 100,000 if the employer violates the ban.