Consolidated Act on calculation of contribution to labour market occupational disease insurance
Under section 56 (1) and § 58 b, paragraph 3, of the law on workers ' compensation, in accordance with article 3. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 848 of 7. September 2009, fixed:
§ 1. Security responsible for providing employers and voluntarily insured persons, see. § 48, must pay contributions to the labour market occupational disease insurance to cover the costs of occupational diseases.
(2). Contribution levied by arbejdsmarkedets tillægspension together with financial contributions and contributions for employers ' Student refund (AER), see. Article 56, paragraph 2.
Determination of contribution
§ 2. The Board of Directors of the labour market occupational disease insurance sets the contribution rates as a årsbidrag for each calendar year per full-time employee. The contribution rates be fixed branchevis on the basis of the anticipated costs of the relevant industry, see. Article 58, paragraph 2.
(2). For the purposes of calculating the estimated cost referred to in article 6. Article 58, paragraphs 3 and 4, the damage costs and estimated number of full-time employees, as the labour market occupational disease insurance has registered in a previous 5-year period. Shall be added the amount charged for building pools for settlement of profits and losses in industry, see undergrupperne. paragraph 58 (b), paragraph 2, as well as anticipated expenditures for administration, etc. for each calendar year.
(3). Contribution rates will be adjusted in accordance with the rules on discount, see. paragraph 58 (c).
§ 3. Labour market occupational disease insurance can calculate a separate appendix, if an increase in damage costs for a single industry (DB code) affects the overall industry subgroup to such an extent that the årsbidraget for industry sub-group increased by 50 per cent or more. It is a condition that, in addition to an increase in damage costs, has been a decrease in the number of persons employed within the industry by 50 per cent or more within a period not exceeding 10 years.
(2). The separate appendix may, however, not exceed the share of the industry's average expenditure in excess of the average cost per full-time in industry subgroup.
(3). The separate supplement included in the contribution rates and is payable by all employers and voluntarily insured persons subject to security.
§ 4. Labour market Occupational protection relates all employers and voluntary insured to an industry subgroup, see. section 58 (a), on the basis of the employer's current main industry group code (DB code).
(2). Employers are registered with the current main industry group code contained in the Central Business register (CVR) or Business system with TAX. Conflicting information is used by registration in the CVR. Employers registered with the main industry during the bankruptcy code that was used prior to the bankruptcy.
(3). Main industry code is changed retroactively adjusted contributed accordingly for up to 2 years.
Calculation of contribution
§ 5. The contribution is calculated quarterly by the labour market occupational disease insurance on the basis of the total contribution to the arbejdsmarkedets tillægspension, which are received from the employer in a previous 3-month period and on the basis of the relevant contribution rate, without prejudice to the employer. § 2.
(2). In the calculation of the basic regulation. (1) used the industry code, see. § 4, as the employer is registered with the first day of the quarter to which the ATP contribution relates.
(3). The contribution of each quarter constitutes ¼ of årsbidraget, because every time arbejdsmarkedets tillægspension has received the equivalent of a full ATP contributions for members who are paid monthly, see. section 4 (a) and section 15 of the lov om arbejdsmarkedets tillægspension, during the following periods:
ATP-contributions paid during the period:
Relates to quarter
Due date (AES-contributions)
2. March – 1. June
June 2 – 1. September
2. september – 1. December
december 2 – 1. March
(4). The inventory of the total contribution to the arbejdsmarkedets tillægspension is carried out for each ATP-depositing device.
§ 6. Employers are using temporary agency employment must pay contributions for this. The contribution is calculated quarterly on the basis of the relevant contribution rate, without prejudice to the employer. § 2, and information about the actual number of hours, the employer has used temporary employment in a prior quarter. Temporary work agencies shall report such information to employers and occupational disease insurance.
Access to justice
§ 7. Appeals from decisions of the labour market occupational disease insurance may, within a period of 4 weeks from the day when the decision is announced, be brought before it pursuant to lov om arbejdsmarkedets tillægspension § 28 discount Appeals Board. Appeal Board's address is: ATP-Appeals Board, by the beach 8, 1061 Copenhagen K.
Entry into force, etc.
§ 8. The notice shall enter into force on 23 March. November 2009.
(2). The contribution is calculated for the first time with a maturity date the 1. April 2010 on the basis of paid-up ATP contribution during the period 23. November 2009 to 1. March 2010. The contribution is calculated on the basis of paid-up ATP contribution in a previous 3-month period. For the purposes of calculating contribution included only ATP contributions relating to employment after 1. January 2008.
§ 9. Executive Order No. 1270 by 26. October 2007 concerning the calculation of contributions to the labour market occupational disease insurance are hereby repealed, without prejudice to article. However, paragraph 2.
(2). Executive Order No. 1270 by 26. October 2007 concerning the calculation of contributions to the labour market occupational disease insurance shall be applicable for AES-contribution payable 1. January 2010 and which is calculated on the basis of the total contribution to labour market Tillægpension that has been paid by the employer during the period 23. August 2009 – 22. November 2009.
Occupational disease insurance, the labour market 9. October 2009 Jørgen Søndergaard/Lars Rohde