Notice Of Recording And Reporting Of Occupational Injury, Etc. Under Offshoresikkerhedsloven

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om registrering og anmeldelse af arbejdsskade m.v. i medfør af offshoresikkerhedsloven

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Publication and notification of the work injuries and so on in accordance with the offshore security law 1)

Purr of section 3 (s). 2, 3 and 5, sections 49 and 52, section 61 (1). 3, and Section 72 (2). 1, in Law No 1. 1424 by 21. In December 2005, on the safety and conditions for off-shore for investigation, production and transport of hydrocarbons (offshore safety law) as amended by law no. 107 of 7. February 2007, and section 32 a in the administrative act, cf. Law Order no. 1365 of 7. December 2007, set :

§ 1. The announcement will apply to off-shore as defined in section 2 of the Offshore Security Act

Stk. 2. § 2, section 3, section 1, no. 2 and 3, and paragraph 1. 2 and 3, section 4 (4). 3, no. One and two, section 5, paragraph 5. 1, no. Addicts 3 and 7 and § 9-11 shall also apply to pipelines covered by the section 3 (2) of the Offshore Security Act

Stk. 3. The announcement shall also apply to accommodation facilities on ships and entries covered by the section 3 (3) of the offshore security law. 3, and where people working on an off-site are accommoded, to the extent that it is relevant to the safety and health of the persons involved.

Stk. 4. The notice shall also apply to the activities carried out by ships and entries in the section 3 (3) of the Offshore Safety Act. 5, (special vessels) and the equipment used to extent the activities or equipment in the case of the security and health conditions of associated offshore installations.

§ 2. I the notice refers to :

1) Accident : A sudden, unexpected and harmful event that occurs during work or stay at the end of the day ; off-shore and which result in death or personal injury.

2) Conditional condition : An illness that has occurred after the impact of longer exposure during work or reside in the offline facility.

3) Near event : An event that might have led to an accident or an injury to the offshoreplant of security or health impact.

4) Unworking : The injured are out of state to the full extent to perform its usual work.

5) Worship damage : A common designation of occupational suffering and personal injury caused by accident.

6) Underlying employer : Employers who have a duty to draw insubordinate insurance to the occupational insurance bill.

section 3. The Operational Manager Company must register details of any :

1) Accident and any fatalities occurred on the off-site.

2) Near event, including any release of hydrocarbons

3) Non-negligible damage to the construction or equipment of the off-site installation or equipment of safety or health implications.

Stk. 2. The registration must be made electronically or on paper in a way that is available for the DEA.

Stk. 3. The registration must contain sufficient information that the Operational Manager Company may use these to meet the repetition of events in accordance with paragraph 1.

Stk. 4. The security organization of the Offshore Facility must have access to the information in the registration to the extent that they are relevant to security and health issues.

§ 4. The The taxable employer must report any accident that causes :

1) death or,

2) to injured people are incapacable for 1 day or more in addition to the date of injury.

Stk. 2. The taxable employer must submit, at the request of the DEA, supplemental information on how long the injury was incapacable.

Stk. 3. The Operational Manager Company is to report :

1) Any nearby event that could have resulted in death or accident with serious personal injury or hazard for the integrity of the offshore installation

2) Every release of hydrocarbons

a) causes fire or explosion ; or

b) has the potential to cause a major accident, cf. the definition of public health and safety management on offshore installations, etc.

3) Every event in which a person has become or may be presumed to have been deionizing ; radiation for more than the authorised scale according to the rules on dose limits for ionizing radiation specified by the Board of Health, cf. notification of medical control of work with ionizing radiation on offshore installations.

4) Any event that may have caused the release of a biological agent and may cause severe infection ; or sickness in people.

5) Any significant damage to the construction or equipment of the off-site installation or equipment of safety or health implications.

Stk. 4. Notification pursuant to paragraph 1. 1 and 3 must be carried out as soon as possible to the Energy Management Board and within 9 days of the event of event, cf. however, section 5 (5), 1 and 4.

Stk. 5. The Operational Manager Company must provide the offshoring facility's security organization access to the notification. In addition, any injured person must have a copy of the notification.

Section 5. The Operational Manager Company must immediately make telephone or otherwise notify South and Sønderjyllands police, which then notify the DEA, whether :

1) Any accident after paragraph 4 (1). 1, no. 1 leading to fatalities.

2) Any accident after paragraph 4 (1). 1, no. 2 that causes serious personal injury.

3) Every event after paragraph 4 (3). 3, no. 1 which could have resulted in fatalities or serious risks to the integrity of the off-shore installation,

4) Any discharges of substances and materials in accordance with section 4 (4). 3, no. 1 that will result in one or more people being charged for the sighting of poisoning.

5) Any release of hydrocarbons after paragraph 4 (4). 3, point 2.

6) Every event after paragraph 4 (3). 3, no. 3 or 4.

7) Any injury in section 4 (4). 3, no. 5 that results in the offshoring or essential part of this non-functional.

Stk. 2. The operations responsible shall, in the cases referred to in paragraph 1, shall be responsible for the operation of the operation. 1, leave the place of hand impure and sealed unless the police decide otherwise, or the mere sight to prevent an imminent or immediate danger necessitates.

Stk. 3. The company responsible must as soon as possible after the event has been detected, notify the safety organization of the off-site facility for the event.

Stk. 4. The subsequent notification after paragraph 4 (3). 4, of the incidents referred to in paragraph 1. 1, shall be accompanied by a statement by the company or other employer ' s follow-up to the event, including a description of the event flow and information on the actions resulting from the event or will be accompanied ; be taken to avoid repetitions.

§ 6. Doctors who, through their professions, discover or suspect that a person has incurred an injury or suffering, or have been exposed ; adverse effects on work or residence in the off-shore, by the way, must be : notify this to the DEA, including all diseases or deaths that can be attributable to occupational exposure from biological agents.

Stk. 2. The notification obligation shall be the responsibility of any doctor, whether he is practising or employed at hospital, clinic or other institution. However, hospitals and clinics shall be subject to the chief physician of each department, in hospitals and in the case of the clinics, etc.

Stk. 3. notification shall take place as soon as the doctor has been aware of the injury, suffering or effect and the presumed correlation of work or residence, in the off-site.

section 7. Receptionable by section 6 (s). 1, fall when the doctor has ensured that the personal injury, the suffering, the impact, etc. have already been reported to the DEA.

§ 8. Enrollment after Section 6 (2). 1, requires the assent of the terminators.

§ 9. Notification by section 4 (3). 4, and section 6 (4). 1, may be done electronically or in form, in a manner available to the Danish Agency for the Agency, in accordance with its detailed instructions.

Stk. 2. The DEA can accept notification of the notification by electronic or paper-based form of notifier.

§ 10. The Operational Manager and other employers must provide information for the use of statistical calculations in connection with the assessment of accidents or near events to the Agency for the Agency on its request, including the statement of the number of hydrocarbons which are not covered by the notification obligation ; in accordance with section 4 (4), .3.

section 11. Unless the higher penalty is inflished on the off-shore security law or other legislation, the penalty shall be penalized for the violation of section 3 to 5, section 6 (2). One and three, section 8, section 9, paragraph 9. 1, or § 10.

Stk. 2. for breach of the provisions of paragraph 1. 1 may be charged with an employer ' s liability in the framework of the section 71 of the Offshore Security Act, even if the infringement cannot be attribucible to the employer as deliberate or negligent. It is a condition of the liability that the infringement may be attributed to one or more to the company connected to the company or the company as such. Such executor liability shall not be fixed at any conversion.

Stk. 3. Companies can be imposed on them. (legal persons) punishable by the rules of the fifth chapter of the Penal Code

section 12. The announcement shall enter into force on 1. July 2008, and impacts on work injuries and other events that enter into force day or later.

Client and Energy Ministry, 25. June 2008Connie Hedegaard / Ib Larsen
Officially Notes

1) The announcement contains provisions that implement parts of Council Directive 89 /391/EEC of 12. June 1989 on the implementation of measures to improve the safety and health of workers at work, (EC Official Journal of 1989). In 183, page 1, as last amended by Directive 2007 /30/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20. June 2007, (EU Official Journal) No In 165, page 21), parts of Council Directive 92 /91/EEC of 3. November 1992 laying down minimum requirements for improving the safety and health of workers in the drilling-related extractive industries (eleventh Specific Directive in accordance with Article 16 (2). 1, in Directive 89 /391/EEC), (EC Official Journal of 1992) L 348, page 9), as amended by Directive 2007 /30/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20. June 2007, (EU Official Journal) No In 165, page 21), and parts of the Directive 2000 /54/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18. September 2000 on the protection of workers from the dangers of being exposed to biological agents during the work (Seventh Specific Directive in accordance with Article 16 (2). 1, in Directive 89 /391/EEC), (EC Official Journal 2000 No 2 ; L 262, page 21).