The European health law was designed to harmonize the different provisions of the common health system of the European Union. This includes provisions for workers’ compensation, pharmaceuticals, medical products and services, social assistance, environment, occupational health and safety, and discrimination against occupational hazards in the workplace. In order to comply with the law, member states have to periodically review the rules that they have enacted and whether or not these rules are keeping the citizens of the EU safe. There are provisions in the European health law that allow for the free movement of people within the EU, so citizens of member states can seek healthcare treatment anywhere they want in the EU. There is also a ban on the mandatory packaging of medicines in non-communicable liquids, meaning that patients can buy drugs and devices over the counter wherever they want in the EU.