Ordinance To The Law On Workers ' Compensation

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse af lov om arbejdsskadesikring

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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 purpose of the Act Chapter 2 Law area Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 benefits, occupational injury Årsløns fixing and adjustment Chapter 6 compensation Chapter 7 review, casework and obsolescence Management Chapter 9 Chapter 8 The security persons employer and self-employed persons shall ensure by law Chapter 10 Security duty Chapter 11 labour market occupational disease insurance Chapter 12 Various provisions of Chapter 13-entry into force and transitional provisions Annex A The full text of the Ordinance to the law on workers ' compensation

Hereby promulgated law on workers ' compensation, in accordance with article 3. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 154 of 7. March 2006 with the changes imposed by section 4 of Act No. 404 of 8. May 2006, § 1 of lov nr. 1538 by 20. December 2006, § 2 of the law No. 1545 by 20. December 2006, § 4 of the lov nr. 1587 by 20. December 2006, § 10 of lov nr. 108 of 7. February 2007, section 5 of law No. 397 of 30. April 2007, § 1 of lov nr. 496 of 6. June 2007, § 21 of Act No. 523 of 6. June 2007, section 8 of Act No. 576 of 6. June 2007, section 7 of the Act No. 577 of 6. June 2007, section 6 of the law No. 484 of 17. June 2008, section 9 of Act No. 515 of 17. June 2008, section 9 of Act No. 517 of 17. June 2008, § 4 of the lov nr. 1336 of 19. December 2008, § 1 of lov nr. 186 of 18. March 2009, section 13 of the Act No. 392 of 25. May 2009 and § 10 of lov nr. 483 of 12. June 2009.

Chapter 1 section 1 purposes of the Act. The purpose of this Act is to provide compensation and compensation to injured or their survivors by workers ' compensation. The damage must be caused by work or the fact it takes place under the basic regulation. Act §§ 5-7, but the employer doesn't have to have acted actionable. Through employers ' funding of replacements, etc. supported occupational health and safety system preventing work injuries.

(2). At the proceedings involved both injured or their survivors and employer, insurance company, employers and occupational disease insurance, authorities and doctors. In doing so, taken into account the need for a coherent response to the injured or their survivors.

Chapter 2 of the law Persons eligible under the law area



§ 2. Persons employed to perform work in this country for an employer is justified in accordance with this law, see. sections 5-7. The work can be paid or unpaid and can be permanent, temporary or transitory.

(2). Members of the employer's family are eligible in accordance with the law, when they work in the company in a way and to an extent that can be equated with other employees. The employer's spouse is only entitled in accordance with this law in accordance with paragraph 3.

(3). Self-employed workers and assisting spouses working in this country, are eligible in accordance with this law, once they've secured under section 48, paragraph 2.

(4). People working on a Danish ship, is equivalent to individuals who are hired to work in this country.

(5). A live-born child is entitled in accordance with this law, if it incurred a disease before birth as a result of the mother's work during pregnancy.

(6). A fetus or child is entitled in accordance with this law, if it is later proved that the influence of parents before fertilization or after birth has had a detrimental effect on the fetus or child. Such damage can be attributed under the law under section 7.

§ 3. Employment Minister lays down rules on how the law should apply to 1) the persons covered by title IV of the law on social service and 2) trainees or other persons staying on a training place or a job as part of a training or internship course, etc.

(2). Workers ' compensation Agency's Director lays down rules on how the law should apply to persons temporarily seconded to work abroad in the employer's service.

§ 4. All work for the employer is covered by workers ' compensation insurance. It applies to work in his company, commercial or not, and in the employer's personal household, as well as the performance of the private service for the employer and his family.

(2). Persons who carry out the following activities, are also eligible for this law, see. §§ 5-7:1) exercise of civic or municipal duties.

2) safeguarding of trust in connection with the employee's working conditions at the company.

3) attempts to save lives, prevent accidents or averting major substantive and cultural loss, when the experiment without being work under section 2, however, is done in the context of such work.

4) attempts to save lives in this country, without trial are a natural part of his or her work.

(3). Employment Minister sets out rules about when the law must apply to damage occurred during transport to and from work.

Chapter 3 occupational injury § 5. By occupational injury in this law means accident, see. § 6, and occupational disease, see. section 7, which is a result of the work or the fact it is happening under the basic regulation. However, section 10 (a).

§ 6. By an accident shall mean after this law a personal injury caused by an incident or a stimulus that happens suddenly or within 5 days.

(2). Of accident effects in this law shall apply from the day on which the accident occurs or where the impact that caused the accident, is terminated, unless otherwise provided by law.

§ 7. By occupational diseases to be understood under this law: 1) Diseases, as after medical evidence is caused by special effects, to which certain groups of people through their work or the fact it takes place under, is exposed to a greater extent than persons without such work. In addition, diseases of a live born child who is contracted before birth as a result of the mother's work during pregnancy. Workers ' compensation Agency's Director shall determine after the debate with the Committee, within the meaning of occupational disease. § 9, in a list, what are the diseases considered to be of this nature.

2) Other diseases, including diseases with a live born child sustained before birth, if it is established either that the disease after the latest medical evidence meet the requirements referred to in point 1. 1, 1. paragraph, or that it must be regarded as exclusively or predominantly to be caused by the specific nature of the work.

(2). Diseases as a result of influences of parents before fertilization or after birth could be attributed under the law by amending the list referred to in paragraph 1, no. 1, or in accordance with paragraph 1, nr. 2, if it is established that these influences have harmful effects on the fetus or child.

(3). Diseases covered by paragraph 1, nr. 2, and paragraph 2 may only be recognised after submission to the Committee, within the meaning of occupational disease. § 9. These must be submitted to the occupational diseases Committee, when injuries considers that there is a possibility that the disease will be recognized.

§ 8. A person who has contracted a disease, as is recorded in the list of occupational diseases, see. section 7, paragraph 1, are entitled to benefits in accordance with the law, unless it is considered overwhelmingly likely that the disease is caused by factors other than the professional.

(2). For occupational diseases, the effects of this law shall apply from the day when the disease is notified, unless otherwise provided by law.

Occupational disease Committee



§ 9. The Minister shall set up an employment Committee, as injuries to deal with on an ongoing basis in order to review, what are the diseases that meet the requirements to be included on the in section 7, paragraph 1, the said contents.

(2). The Committee consists of a Chairman and eight other members who shall be appointed for 3 years at a time.

(3). Employment Minister shall appoint the Chairman and members, as well as alternates for these. The Chairperson shall be appointed upon the recommendation of the injuries, 1 member, upon a proposal from the Board of health, upon a proposal by the Danish working environment authority 1 member, 1 member, upon a proposal from the public employers, 1 member on the recommendation of the salaried employees and civil servants ' Permanent Joint Council, 2 members on the recommendation of the Danish employers ' Confederation and 2 members on the recommendation of the National Organisation in Denmark.

(4). Employment Minister shall establish its rules of procedure.

Damage resulting from war and terrorism



§ 10. If Denmark is at war, will be damage that occurs as a result of acts of war, not considered to be work-related injuries. Persons performing work on board vessels of all kinds that is customary in the maritime or fishing industry, however, is justified under this law in respect of damage arising from acts of war. The same applies to fisheries control ships and oceanographic research ships.

section 10 (a). everyone is guaranteed in accordance with this law, including the self-employed and assisting spouses who have secured their own person under section 48, paragraph 2, shall be entitled to compensation for the consequences of terrorist acts, in accordance with article 3. Penal Code §§ 114 and 114 (a), even if the damage cannot be regarded as a result of the work or the conditions, work has been going under. Right to compensation in accordance with this law for the consequences of acts of terrorism have moreover persons is guaranteed in accordance with the workers ' compensation insurance law pursuant to other legislation.

(2). By damage caused by terrorism, see. paragraph 1, the State pays benefits according to law.
(3). Injuries may, in accordance with section 49, paragraph 1-8, and section 59 claim costs paid by an insurance company or by the labour market occupational disease insurance et al., when damage has affected people, whose work aims to prevent, prevent or deter terrorist acts or to provide help, assistance or other intervention before, during or after such action. The same applies if the damage suffered by persons who are issued by the Danish State or by a Danish company to work in countries where there is a particular risk of terrorism, as well as when the action hits employees aboard a Danish ship operating in an area where there is a particular risk for terrorism.

(4). In the same way as provided for in paragraph 3, expenditure in cases involving persons who are protected in accordance with the law on workers ' compensation pursuant to other legislation, paid by the authority, etc., required to bear the costs of workers ' compensation.

(5). The State has recourse against responsible pests of expenses not paid by an insurance company may be required, etc. in accordance with paragraph 3 and 4. To the extent the State's recourse claim against the offender shall be enforceable in accordance with section 478 of the code, the claim can be recovered in accordance with the rules of the law on the procedure for the recovery of taxes, etc., and by deduction in his or her income in accordance with the rules for the collection of personal taxes in kildeskatteloven. Cold cuts of deduction given by arrears collection authority.

Chapter 4 Benefits § 11. The benefits provided by law is 1) payment of expenses for medical treatment, training and assistive devices, etc., see. § 15, 2) damages for loss of earning capacity, see. section 17 and section 17 (a), 3) compensation for permanent disability, see. § 18, 4) transitional amount on death, see. § 19, 5) damages for loss of breadwinner, see. sections 20-22, and 6) compensation to survivors, see. § 23.

General rules for determining compensation, etc.



§ 12. Compensation and reimbursement in accordance with §§ 15-18 shall be determined on the basis of work injury consequences. Compensation and reimbursement may be reduced or eliminated as appropriate, if often current medical or social situation not exclusively attributable to the work injury.

(2). A demonstrated loss of earning capacity, a lasting injury or death of a person shall be deemed to be a result of work injury, unless predominantly probability to the contrary, or as otherwise provided in this law.

§ 13. After comes the injured not the requirements referred to in section 38, or frustrate this his healing by infringement of the given regulations, the right to compensation in whole or in part may be canceled.

(2). If the bereaved opposes autopsies, see. section 37 (2), the right to compensation may be canceled.

§ 14. Have the injuries inflicted deliberately or through unlawful act or omission caused or significantly contributed to the labour occurrence, can claim damages for loss of earning capacity and compensation for permanent disability be reduced or completely eliminated. The injured should, where appropriate, expressly made aware of this.

Medical treatment, training and assistive devices, and more.



§ 15. During the proceedings the costs of medical treatment or training can be paid, if it is necessary in order to achieve the best possible healing, when costs cannot be borne in accordance with the Health Act or as part of the treatment at the public hospital. Training must be carried out after treatment under medical supervision in close association with the medical treatment.

(2). During the proceedings, expenditure for acquisition of prosthetics, glasses and similar devices and wheelchairs is paid when it is necessary to ensure the medical treatment or genoptræningens results, in order to reduce work injury consequences or for further to be able to determine the extent of the loss and the degree of lasting disability erhvervsevne.

(3). Compensation for future expenditure for healing, training and assistive devices as a result of work injury shall be as a lump sum. By permanent expenses up to the amount of the expected annual average cost multiplied by the capitalization factor laid down pursuant to article 27, paragraph 4, of the loss of earning capacity.

(4). Is an aid as referred to in paragraph 2 applied during work, and are helping product become damaged as a result of the work or the conditions in which it takes place, the cost of repair, renewal, of possibly help product is paid.

(5). Workers ' compensation Agency's Director lays down rules on the extent to which the expenditures referred to in paragraphs 1 to 4 may be covered, including expenses incurred before the matter is pending.

(6). Workers ' compensation Agency's Director lays down rules to the effect that the insurance companies and the labour market occupational disease insurance can take a position on the requirements concerning coverage of expenses covered by paragraphs 1 to 4.

§ 16. When after medical treatment, training or rehabilitation is the basis for the estimate of the future state of health and express our business opportunities, determines whether the injuries injured is entitled to damages for loss of earning capacity under section 17 and compensation for permanent disability pursuant to section 18. Decision shall be taken within 1 year after the social damage notification. Of occupational diseases covered by section 7, paragraph 1, no. 2, and paragraph 2, to be submitted to the Committee, the time limit is 2 years occupational disease.

(2). Work injury has led to death, are fixed within the same limits as in the case referred to in paragraph 1 shall be measured from the time of notification of death, about the survivors are eligible for transitional amount on death, compensation for loss of the breadwinner and compensation to survivors.

(3). Advances on compensation for loss of earning capacity and on compensation for permanent disability may be paid in the time before the final decision.

Damages for loss of earning capacity



§ 17. The social damage reduced express our ability to gain income from work, the person concerned shall be entitled to compensation for loss of earning capacity. Compensation shall not be granted if the loss of earning capacity is less than 15 per cent.

(2). In the assessment of the loss of earning capacity taken into account often opportunities to obtain income from such work as may reasonably be required by the person concerned after his abilities, education, age and occupational retraining and training opportunities.

(3). If the situation is not resolved, injuries can take a temporary decision on compensation for loss of earnings.

(4). Damages for loss of earning capacity of a child with fetal harm, see. § 7 (1) (8). 2, or to a child with diseases as a result of the influence of the parents before fertilization or after birth, see. section 7, paragraph 2, may be granted from it no earlier than 15. year.

(5). The compensation awarded as a continuous performance, unless the capitalised in accordance with the provisions of section 27.

(6). By total loss of earning capacity constitutes the continuous performance on an annual basis 4/5 of the often annual salary, without prejudice. section 24, and by reduction of earning capacity a proportional part thereof.

(7). The annual compensation paid by 1/12 monthly advance. The compensation runs from the time when there is evidence of a loss of earning capacity, however, not from one point, that is, before the work injury are reported. The payment of ongoing compensation ceases with the end of the month, where injured when the old-age pension age, see. lov om social pension. Is injured at the time of the decision 2 years or less from reaching the old-age pension age, the compensation shall be paid in accordance with the rules in section 27 as a capital amount with the factor established for a person who is 2 years from reaching the old-age pension age, multiplied by the annual ongoing compensation. The same applies to the injured, who have reached the old-age pension age.

(8). The compensation shall be paid as a lump-sum according to the rules laid down in article 27, paragraph 1 1. paragraph, has injured the right to a continuous compensation from the time when there is evidence of a loss of earning capacity, however, not from one point, that is, before the work injury is reported, and up until the time of turnover of the compensation.

(9). The rules laid down in paragraphs 7 and 8 shall apply similarly in cases resumed after §§ 41 and 42. There shall be paid in these cases no compensation from a time that is earlier than the application for resumption, or prior injuries have resumed the case, see. § 42.

section 17 (a). The loss of earning capacity of persons after an industrial injury is boarded for a Flex job or is in Flex jobs, determined on the basis of the difference between earnings before the work injury and unemployment performance or earnings in fleksjobbet.

(2). Earnings before the work injury represents the amount that the injured could have earned at the time of the decision, if the damage had not occurred.

(3). Injuries take a temporary decision pursuant to paragraph 1, when the injured receive unemployment allowance.

Compensation for permanent injury



§ 18. Have an industrial injury suffered by the injured sustained injury, have the person entitled to compensation. Compensation is granted, however, if méngraden is set at less than 5 per cent.

(2). Mengraden shall be determined on the basis of the nature and extent of medical damage and taking into account the disadvantages in often personal way of life, as labour has caused the damage.

(3). Compensation for permanent disability shall be fixed at an amount of capital and poses by a méngrad on 100% 611,500 Amount is regulated according to § 25 DKK. At lower remuneration constitutes a proportionate share of méngrader 611,500 us $.

(4). In exceptional cases, compensation for permanent disability shall be set at a higher amount, up to a maximum of 120 per cent of 611,500 DKK, regulated under section 25.
(5). Was injured by work occurrence filled 40 years, compensation shall be reduced by 1% for each year the person was older than 39 years at the occurrence. Was injured filled 60 years shall be reduced by an additional 1% rebate for each year the person was older than 59 years at the occurrence. However, no additional remuneration shall be reduced after the age of 69. year.

Transitional amount on death



§ 19. Have an industrial injury resulted in death, the surviving spouse is entitled to a transitional amount of 115,000 us $., if the marriage was entered into before the damage occurred and communal life consisted of working at the time of death often. The amount is adjusted under section 25.

(2). A marriage entered into after working occurrence, the surviving spouse is entitled to the same transitional amount, if the marriage at the time of death had often passed the last 2 years and the spouses lived together at the time of death often.

(3). Transitional amount is also a left, as before the work occurrence lived together with injured in a marital relationship, if living together at the time of death had passed the last 2 years.

(4). Leave the deceased himself, no one is eligible for transitional amount pursuant to paragraph 1-3, transitional amount can be granted another left person, when special circumstances.

Compensation for loss of breadwinner



§ 20. The eligible for transitional amount pursuant to section 19(1), 1-3, and as by express death have lost a breadwinner, or as by the death otherwise has got its forsørgelsesmæssige relationship weakened, are entitled to compensation therefor. The compensation shall be determined taking into account the scope and the forsørgelsens survivors opportunities to support themselves, when age, State of health, education, employment as well as dependency and economic conditions taken into account.

(2). The compensation shall be granted in the form of a timed continuous performance, which annually account for 30 per cent of the deceased's annual salary, without prejudice. § 24. The compensation will be paid with effect from the date of death with 1/12 monthly advance. The period can be set to a maximum of 10 years. Shall be paid, on the occasion of the death after income, shall be paid first from the end of the performance after recovery period. If the deceased received continuous compensation for loss of earning capacity under this Act, shall be paid compensation for loss of breadwinner, first from the 1. in the following month after the death.

(3). The provision under paragraph 2 runs unchanged in the prescribed period, unless the service is fully or partially translated into capital amount or the person entitled dies.

(4). The ongoing compensation ceases at the end of the month, where injured when the old-age pension age, see. section 1 a of the law on social pensions.

§ 21. The deceased leaves children, against which they had dependent after the Act on active social policy, have each child, as have the other of his parents alive, right to an ongoing annual allowance of 10 per cent of the deceased's annual salary, without prejudice. § 24, until the child turned 18. year.

(2). Losing a child, receiving continuous performance in accordance with paragraph 1, the other of his parents, who for the time remaining child an annual allowance of 20 per cent of the deceased's annual salary. The same annual performance falls until the child turned 18. year every child, for which the injured at the time of his death stood as a single parent after the Act on active social policy.

(3). The child is at the age of 18. year-in-training and speaking conditions in addition why can the service be extended to the time of completion of training, however far his age of 21. year. The same Court of the deceased child, which at the time of death was aged 18 or over and under training.

(4). If the benefits provided for in paragraph 1-3 is calculated for more than 50 per cent of the annual salary of the deceased, shall be reduced by the individual services to total 50 per cent of the deceased's annual salary. At the same time, compensation shall be granted under section 20, be reduced benefits equivalent to 40 per cent of the deceased's annual salary.

(5). The benefits provided in accordance with paragraphs 1-3 shall be paid with effect from the date of death with 1/12 monthly advance. Shall be paid, on the occasion of the death after income, shall be paid first from the end of the performance after recovery period.

§ 22. If the total annual benefits under sections 20 and 21 represent less than 70% of the deceased's annual salary, may be within this limit in exceptional circumstances to be attributed to compensation for others who deceased in whole or in part provided, since working the damage occurred. The compensation shall, apart from compensation to the deceased's place children under the age of 21 years shall be paid as a lump-sum, see. § 27.

Allowance for survivors



§ 23. Is death caused deliberately or through gross negligence, you may be granted a special allowance for the survivor, who was deceased particularly near.

(2). When assessing whether to be paid compensation in accordance with paragraph 1, and in the determination of remuneration shall pay particular attention to the nature of the injury his action and on the disorder or violation, which must be assumed to be caused to the person or their survivors.

Chapter 5 Årsløns setting and regulation in § 24. Annual wage constitutes express total earnings in the year before labour occurrence. Annual wage determined according to one estimate, when special conditions of employment prevailing, or when injured due to an occupational disease have not been employed for the same salary throughout the previous year, or if the injured have been out of the business in a shorter or longer period of time before the date of notification of the disease.

(2). In annual wages included the value of free board and lodging, as well as the value of other benefits. Workers ' compensation Agency's Director shall determine the value of Board and lodging for individuals who have stay with the employer.

(3). Annual wage can not be higher than the amount adjusted under section 367,000 DKK 25.

(4). Are injured under the age of 18 or under training, the årsløns setting, be taken of the professional income, which could be expected after the age of 18. year or after completion of training, if the work injury had not taken place. Annual wages must, however, be valued at least $ 137,000. regulated under section 25, unless express our earning capacity already prior to the occurrence of work was reduced substantially.

(5). Workers ' compensation Agency's Director shall lay down detailed rules for the estimation of annual salary for self-employed persons.

(6). For use in the calculation and adjustment of compensation for loss of earning capacity and loss of breadwinner as a continuous performance fixed basic remuneration. This is calculated by multiplying the annual salary that is determined in accordance with the rules laid down in paragraphs 1 to 5, with the relationship between 367,000 DKK and the maximum amount of årsløns, that were in effect when the labour damage occurred.

§ 25. In sections 18 and 19 and article 24, paragraphs 3 and 4, said amounts will be adjusted each year on 1 October. January with 2.0% attributed to the adjustment rate for the financial year in question, see. law on a rate adjustment percentage. The regulated amount for permanent injury and transitional amounts rounded off to the nearest 500 with divisible Crown amount. Amounts relating to annual salary rounded to the nearest with 1000 divisible Crown amount.

(2). The ongoing benefits determined on the basis of the basic salary referred to in article 6. section 24, paragraph 6, adjusted by the same percentage by which the amounts referred to in paragraph 1.

(3). Workers ' compensation Agency's Director announces every year before the end of the month of October, what adjustments to take place. These changes shall take effect from the following 1. January.

(4). In the determination of current compensation, capital replacement and compensation compensation and the compensation amount is calculated, as if the work injury was occurred at decision time.

(5). Ongoing annual benefits which are not divisible by 12, shall be increased to the nearest amount divisible by 12 Crown.

Chapter 6 compensation section 26. Damages and compensation amounts under this law shall be paid to the injured and the bereaved, see. However, paragraph 5.

(2). In special cases, the injuries can pay compensation and reimbursement amount to the injured and survivors, and then require the reimbursement of amounts plus interest, see. section 60, in with the insurance company or the labour market occupational disease insurance.

(3). Be paid the amounts referred to in paragraph 1 not later than 4 weeks from the date of communication of the amount of the grant, the amount shall bear interest from the expiry of the 4-week period referred to in, the payment is made, with an annual interest rate equal to the rate of interest fixed under section 5 (1) and (2) of the law on interest for late payment, etc. In the in clause 29 (1) in the cases referred to the time limit is 14 days from the date of the municipality's final communication to the person paying on claims.

(4). The right to an awarded ongoing compensation for loss of earning capacity and loss of breadwinner shall end with the end of the month in which the recipient of the service in the event of the death.

(5). Is the replacement for the month in which the death occurred, and previous months are not paid, compensation shall be paid to the beneficiary's spouse, if the spouses lived together at the death. Leave recipient not cohabiting spouse, the amount shall be paid to the beneficiary's estate.
§ 27. Current annual compensation awarded under section 17 for loss of earning capacity of less than 50 per cent should normally and without the person's consent is translated into a capital sum. Damages for loss of earning capacity is paid as a lump-sum, when the awarded individuals who at the time of decision is 2 years or less from reaching the old-age pension age, see. lov om social pension. The same applies to the injured, who have reached the old-age pension age. Compensation cannot be turned into capital amount, when taken the temporary decision on compensation for loss of earning capacity under section 17, paragraph 3, and section 17 (a), paragraph 3.

(2). At the ongoing annual damages awarded for loss of earning capacity of 50 per cent or more translated the portion of the compensation that corresponds to a loss of earning capacity of up to 50 percent for capital amounts when the person entitled has so requested. An awarded ongoing compensation can not be turned into a capital sum, when the receiver is 2 years or less from reaching the old-age pension age, see. lov om social pension.

(3). Compensation under section 20 for loss of breadwinner be turned into capital amount at the request of the person entitled.

(4). Turnover of continuous performance to the capital amount will take place on the basis of the size of turnover time. Turnover time is the time when the capital amount can be paid. Turnover of replacement has effect only for the future. Factors for circulation of ongoing compensation to the capital amount is determined on the basis of actuarial principles in spring of whole years and months. The Director of industrial injuries shall determine annually before the end of October, the detailed rules for the circulation of ongoing compensation to the capital amount awarded and shall be calculated in the following year.

(5). When a final decision has been taken for compensation for loss of earning capacity and the replacement eligible have applied for the compensation amount, the amount shall be paid converted into capital to the estate, if the person entitled dies before the capital amount is paid. Turnover of continuous performance to the capital amount will take place on the basis of the size of the day before the death.

section 28. Has injured right to a pension in accordance with the law on civil service pensions as a result of work injury, reduced the value of the compensation for loss of earning capacity under this Act. This reduction constitutes 2/3 of the value of the amount by which civil service pension is increased beyond the pension corresponding to the accrued pension age at the time of retirement.

(2). Work injury causes death, and has the survivors entitlement to a pension after the law on civil service pensions as a result of death, be reduced compensation for loss of the breadwinner under this law. This reduction constitutes 2/3 of the amount by which civil service pension is increased beyond the pension corresponding to the deceased accrued pension age at the time of death.

(3). The provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2 shall apply correspondingly to other person entitled under this law, for whom fixed pension rules equivalent to those laid down in the law on civil service pensions. In these cases, pays the insurance company or the labour market occupational disease insurance the pension entity an amount equal to the calculated reduction in express or survivors compensation in accordance with this law.

section 29. The municipality is entitled to reimbursement from the insurance company or the labour market Occupational protection if injured or those left behind have been paid benefits under the law on social pensions or act on active social policy, for a period of time, which later awarded damages as a continuous performance for loss of earning capacity, see. § 17, or loss of breadwinner, see. sections 20-22. Reimbursement requirement includes the difference between the amount that after the said laws are paid, and the amount that would have been paid if the compensation had been paid at the same time with the social services. The municipality's requirements may not, however, exceed the amount after this law is granted the person concerned for the same period. Reimbursement claim lapses if it is not made within 4 weeks after the municipality has been informed of the damages award.

(2). The offender is liable or his civil liability insurer is entitled to reimbursement of damages and compensation from the company arbejdsskadeforsikrings or labour market occupational disease insurance, when paid compensation or remuneration as a result of work injury to the injured or his survivors. The requirements from the tortfeasor liable or his civil liability insurer includes replacement and compensation amounts of the same kind, as arbejdsskadeforsikrings the company or the labour market occupational disease insurance has the obligation to pay at the time the claim is made.

section 30. Requirements on services injured or his survivors have according to the law, may not be transferred to others by agreement. Creditors may not make attachable or perform other criminal prosecutions in these requirements.

Chapter 7 review, case management and statute of limitations section 31. A workers ' compensation, which is assumed to be able to justify a claim to benefits under the Act, must be notified as soon as possible and no later than 8 days after the damage occurred.

(2). A work injury not been notified in accordance with paragraph 1, and which have resulted in casualties not yet at 5-week day of occurrence can resume his normal work in full, shall be notified not later than 7 days thereafter.

(3). For occupational diseases, see. § 7 notification deadlines shall begin to run from the date on which the persons or undertakings have been informed of the disease likely to be occupational.

(4). Workers ' Compensation Board shall within 48 hours shall be informed of the deaths, which can be caused by an industrial injury, including any deaths occurred at a workplace. Notification must take place, even if the workers ' compensation, which may have led to death, already notified or to be notified under paragraph 1-3.

section 32. Notification obligation is incumbent upon the security persons employer, in the case of accidents.

(2). For a person under the age of work in private household or during execution of a private service, for whom there is no insurance obligation, see. section 48, paragraph 6, shall be the responsibility of notification requirement the employer.

(3). For a person who has secured his own person under section 48, paragraph 2, and for a person subject to section 4, paragraph 2, no. 4, the notification shall be made by the person concerned or his survivors.

section 33. The notifiable employer, see. section 32 and the voluntarily insured persons, see. section 48, paragraph 2, reviewed accident to the insurance company, which is insured without prejudice. § 50.

(2). Damage must be notified to the injuries, where 1) security requirement is not met, see. section 48, paragraph 4, 2) there is no security duty, see. § 48, paragraphs 5 and 6, or 3) the damage is covered by section 4 (2). 4. section 34. Employment Minister lays down rules that doctors and dentists must notify both clear as suspected cases of occupational diseases, as they concerned through their professions will be familiar with, to injuries and the Labour Inspectorate.

(2). Injuries must be informed by the National Board of health on reviews of specific cancer diagnoses the disease must be presumed to be occupational cancer. The Director of injuries lays down rules on the notification, including the diagnoses that are the subject of the notification. It may by these rules provide that the notification can be done electronically and without the consent of the which this notification is for.

section 35. Employment Minister lays down guidelines for cooperation between the industrial injuries, Anke Agency, insurance companies, employers and occupational disease insurance, regions and municipalities and others. for the purpose of coordination of aid measures for the injured.

(2). Workers ' compensation Agency's Director lays down rules on what information the notification should contain, and how the notification should occur. It may by rules indicate that the injuries can be reported electronically. The rules specify which reviews the insurance company and the labour market occupational disease insurance must send to the injuries, which reviews the labour market occupational disease insurance must send to the insurer, and the insurer must send to the reviews of the labour market occupational disease insurance.

(3). Workers ' compensation Agency's Director lays down rules for the notification of occupational injuries and for the submission of medical certificates, which are necessary for the proceedings. Workers ' compensation Agency's Director shall lay down further rules for the extent to which medical certificates and medical certificates, see. paragraph 4, must be honoured with a flat rate, as well as the size of this tariff.

(4). The insurance company and the labour market occupational disease insurance pays all the costs of investigation measures in specific cases.

§ 35 a. injuries may disclose necessary information regarding individuals purely private relationship to the Labour Directorate, tax management and the municipality in question, where this is necessary to check whether there is an error or abuse in connection with the provision of benefits or taxation of income.
§ 36. Is submitted in a timely manner, can not review claims for compensation in accordance with the law, however, raised by the injured or abandoned within a period of 1 year from the labour occurrence. For occupational diseases, see. § 7, the deadline shall be counted from the date on which the injured or the next of kin have been informed of the disease likely to be occupational. Apart from the period when it is proven that the injured people have been exposed to an industrial injury, see. § 5, and injured or their survivors are entitled to compensation, etc., see. § 11, as a result of work injury. Article 12, paragraph 2, shall not apply in the assessment of the causal link after this provision.

(2). Requirements according to the law or against the employer for compensation or reimbursement in respect of a work injury, see. section 5, shall become statute-barred in accordance with the rules of law, limitation of actions, see. However, paragraphs 3-5.

(3). Deadline by aging § 3, paragraph 1, is 5 years of requirements as referred to in paragraph 2. This limitation shall be counted only from the day when the claimant was aware of the claim and the debtor, or from the day when the claimant's lack of knowledge attributable to this as gross negligence.

(4). An industrial injury is notified before the expiry of the term of limitation, joins the obsolescence of requirements by law no earlier than 3 years after injuries or in accordance with rules laid down under section 15, paragraph 6, or section 35, paragraph 3, decides to take a position, or has given notice of his decision or position. Brought the matter to Appeal agency within the in clause 44 (2), the time-limits laid down, is the period of 3 years from the notice of appeal against Agency's decision. The same applies when Reviewing agency dealing with the case, although the appeal deadlines are exceeded, see. section 44 (3).

(5). (3) section 3 of the law of limitation, and paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not apply to claims for compensation or reimbursement in cases covered by section 41, paragraph 2. The same is true at the reopening on basis other than sections 41-43.

section 37. Injuries can send experts to carry out on-the-spot investigation.

(2). Injuries and the Appeals Board may by employers, employees, regions, municipalities, employment agencies and others concerned, including hospitals, institutes, etc., require doctors providing and communicated any information agency estimates is of importance. This includes, among other things, any police reports, hospital records with Latkes, production procedures, information and reports on products and substances chemical constituents or transcript of such reports, records and formulas. Injuries and the Appeals Board may get terminal access to information in the register of income. Injuries may require judicial questioning in accordance with civil code section 1018, get the transcript thereof as well as require to be carried out in accordance with the rules of legal autopsy AutoPlay, see. However, section 13, paragraph 2. The information can be consulted in electronic form.

(3). For use for treatment of cases in accordance with the law on workers ' compensation and follow-up of cases pursuant to section 8 of the Act on sickness benefit industrial injuries and municipalities can exchange information establishing occupational fields and cases of sickness benefits, rehabilitation, Flex jobs and early retirement. Injuries and the municipalities can in occupational field and in cases of sickness, rehabilitation, Flex jobs and early retirement also exchange information on commissioning of case information, documenting work ability, and exchange information about that decision on work ability. The Exchange can take place automatically and without the consent of the citizen.

(4). For persons referred to in article 48, paragraph 3, shall be the responsibility of the master to bring the logbook full information about work occurrence and the circumstances relating thereto.

section 37 (a). for the treatment of cases of work-related injuries in industrial injuries can consent to obtain information under section 37 shall be obtained by that injured or bereaved in the written confirmation of the fact that a notification is received, will be made aware of what types of information it may be necessary to obtain, and are given a deadline to possibly make an objection against this.

section 38. Injured must as soon as possible after the occurrence of work let it investigate by a doctor and then review the medical treatment or the training, which the doctor or workers ' compensation agency deems necessary. Injured must, if necessary, allow themselves to be admitted for observation at a hospital or similar institution. Injured workers ' compensation Agency's determination shall also after letting them investigate by a doctor appointed by the Management Board, let it work test and, upon request, give an oral explanation for injuries. Fail to comply with the requirements after injured this provision, applied the rule in section 13, paragraph 1.

(2). Injured is entitled to get paid travel expenses for medical treatment, etc., see. (1) when medical treatment etc. is according to the workers ' compensation Agency's request. Injuries have also the right to obtain damages for proven loss of earnings by processing, etc., see. (1), (2). and (3). point, if the absence is of at least 2 hours. As the basis for calculation may be used the time profits corresponding to it in section 24 (3) annual salary. In cases of accidents are paid the cost of the insurance company. In cases of occupational diseases shall be paid the cost of the labour market occupational disease insurance.

(3). Paragraph 2 shall also apply where the reviewing Agency has requested the information referred to in paragraph 1.

(4). The condition that there must be a request from the National Board of industrial injuries or Appeal to the insurance company or the labour market occupational disease insurance pays the costs in accordance with paragraphs 2 and 3, may be waived in cases where injuries or the reviewing agency finds the information necessary. In cases of work accidents insurance company alone must pay expenses arising or incurred after the damage occurred. In cases of occupational diseases to the labour market occupational disease insurance only pay expenses arising or incurred after the damage has been notified, in accordance with article 3. § 8, paragraph 2.

(5). Workers ' compensation Agency's Director lays down rules for the payment of expenses in accordance with paragraphs 2 and 3 and annually Announces, with amounts can be paid for transportation, etc.

§ 39. If it turns out that the notified damage not covered by the law, takes injuries a decision thereon. For cases that are dealt with under section 6 on accidents taken decision not later than three months after injuries have received the notification. For cases that are dealt with under section 7 (1) (8). 1, on occupational diseases on the list, the deadline is 6 months. For cases of occupational diseases, which are treated under section 7 (1) (8). 2, and article 7, paragraph 2, to be submitted to the occupational disease Committee, applies only the in section 16, paragraph 1, specified period of 2 years.

(2). Departing injured by death after injury review, find the deadlines laid down in paragraph 1 shall apply for the grant to the survivors that death is not covered by the law. The time limits are counted here from the notification of death to injuries.

(3). Can a decision in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not be taken within the deadlines, to be injured or the next of kin being informed. Such notification is not a decision that can be appealed.

§ 39 a. Employment Minister may lay down rules that certain types of documents on workers ' compensation area may be issued without signature or with mechanically reproduced signature or in a similar way, so that such documents be legally equated with a document with personal signature. The rules shall be determined, with regard to the appeal against Agency's treatment of the occupational field, after negotiation with the Welfare Minister.

(2). Employment Minister may impose similar rules, see. paragraph 1, relating to workers ' compensation Agency's handling of cases under section 81 and section 10 of the Compensation Act.

Chapter 8 Administration Decision competence



§ 40. Injuries shall, unless otherwise provided, the decision on any matter under this Act.

(2). Injuries is in the handling of cases by this law are not bound by the parties ' claims and are independent of instructions on the decision of each case.

§ 40 a. injuries shall take a decision on the repayment, 1) when injured or bereaved against better judgement has failed to provide information in accordance with this law and the lack of information has led to a different decision than injuries would have taken if the information had been available, 2) when injured or bereaved against better judgement has made false information and incorrect information has resulted in a different decision than injuries would have taken if the correct information had been available, or 3) when injured or bereaved, incidentally, against better judgement wrongly received benefits under this Act.

(2). The repayment amount will be charged by the insurance company and others. in cases of accident and of occupational disease protection in matters relating to labour market occupational diseases.

Resumption



§ 41. At the request of the injured or the survivors or on workers ' compensation Agency's behest, any decision that an injury are not covered by the law, be resumed within a period of 5 years from the date of the decision. It also applies to cases that are rejected due to late notification.
(2). Injuries have announced that a notified disease does not fall under the law, and shall be shown the disease later on the list referred to in section 7, paragraph 1, no. 1, the case can be reopened, although there has been more than 5 years from workers ' compensation Agency's decision.

§ 42. At the request of the injured or on workers ' compensation Agency's behest can replacement and reimbursement issues, see. sections 15, 17 and 18 shall be resumed within a period of 5 years from the first decision, if there is a substantial change of the circumstances which were taken into account for the decision. The deadline for resumption can be extended before expiry of the 5-year period. When exceptional circumstances justified, except for deadlines.

(2). The recipient of continuous performance under section 17 shall notify the insurer, employers and occupational disease insurance or workers ' compensation Agency of any change in his circumstances which are likely to result in the reduction or cancellation of the service, just like the insurance company, employers and occupational disease insurance or workers ' compensation agency should be aware of such changes occurring in the recipient's relationship.

section 43. Is not considered a surviving person entitled to compensation under section 20 (1), he may within a period of 5 years from the date of receipt of the decision about this request that the issue of compensation resumed. Similarly, a left that has awarded compensation under section 20, paragraph 1, of the basic regulation. (2) within a period of five years after termination of the service request to get the issue resumed with a view to the granting of additional, timed continuous performance.

Access to justice



§ 44. Workers ' compensation Agency's decisions under section 40 may be brought before the National Board of Appeal 1) injured or his survivors, 2) insurer in cases of accidents, 3) labour market Occupational protection in cases of occupational diseases and 4) the employer shall, in respect of the decisions on the recognition of work-related injuries.

(2). Complaint in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2 must be submitted within 4 weeks after the complainant has received the decision. For injured or survivors on decision time staying on the Faroe Islands or in the rest of Europe outside of Denmark, however, the deadline is 6 weeks. Stay injured or the bereaved outside Europe, the deadline is 3 months.

(3). The Appeals Board may disregard the overshoot of complaint time limits when there is particular reason for doing so.

(4). By Reviewing Agency's handling of cases under this Act, see Chapter 9, and sections 68 and 70 of the Act on legal security and administration in the social sphere application, unless otherwise provided by this law.

(5). To the extent that the employer, the insurer or the labour market occupational disease insurance earns workers ' compensation Agency's decision to Appeal Agency, have the appeal suspensory effect.

(6). Injuries will pass by the decision of the recognition issue in workers ' compensation case information on the express diagnosis to the employer.

(7). In Reviewing agency deals with a complaint in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2, injuries must assess whether there is a basis for giving the complainant fully or partially upheld. The complaint is sent, therefore, to injuries.

(8). Injuries may not give the complainant upheld, sent the appeal with reasons for the decision and genvurderingen on to the reviewing Agency.

(9). Employment Minister lays down rules for the treatment of complaints, including also rules on time limits for submission and forwarding of complaints, etc.

§ 45. Complaints about the labour market occupational disease insurance or labour market Supplementary Pension decisions after this law 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.

§ 46. Insurance Pension Appeals have access as & referred to in section 44 in cases of accidents, as of injuries be placed under section 48, paragraph 6, and paragraph 52.

§ 47. (Repealed)

Chapter 9 The security persons employer and self-employed persons shall ensure by law § 48. Any employer who employs persons in its service, as mentioned in section 2, has security duty according to the law for these people, see. However, paragraphs 3, 5 and 6.

(2). Self-employed workers and assisting spouses can ensure own person according to the law.

(3). Nests for a ship which is introduced or to be introduced in the Danish register of ships or the Danish International ship register, have security duty for any person within the scope of section 2, which is supposed to after the master's instructions to perform work on board the ship. This is true regardless of whether the person is employed or remunerated other than the shipowner, and regardless of whether the work relates to anything other than the ship's operation.

(4). The employer as referred to in paragraphs 1 and 3 meet its security obligations by taking out insurance against the consequences of accidents at work, see. § 50, and join the labour market occupational disease insurance against the consequences of occupational diseases, see. § 55. Self-employed workers and assisting spouses, without prejudice. paragraph 2 ensures own person by taking out insurance against the consequences of accidents at work, see. § 50, and join the labour market occupational disease insurance against the consequences of occupational diseases, see. § 55.

(5). The State, regions and municipalities are not required to take out insurance against the consequences of accidents at work, see. § 50. The same applies to the civil list.

(6). The obligation does not include security assistance while working in private household or during execution of a private service, if the total employment in this way does not exceed 400 hours in a calendar year. Costs of accidents at work that surpasses such technicians are paid in advance by injuries and will be distributed for each calendar year on all insurance undertakings which draw workers ' compensation insurance. Injuries sets in collaboration with FSA rules for this distribution. Costs of occupational diseases that surpasses such Assistant, paid by the labour market occupational disease insurance. The same applies to the costs of occupational diseases that exceeded insured persons who are not covered by lov om arbejdsmarkedets tillægspension. Injuries will inform the labour market occupational disease insurance of industry affiliation, taking into account the nature of the impacts, the intensity and the temporal extent thereof. Labour market occupational disease insurance then costs for an industry refers.

§ 49. The cost of the insurance is paid in the event of accidents liable to pay employer's insurance company, see. However, section 10 (a). By occupational diseases paid the cost of the labour market occupational disease insurance, see. However, section 10 (a). The same applies in the case of voluntary insurance pursuant to section 48, paragraph 2. Injuries will inform the labour market occupational disease insurance of industry affiliation, taking account of the impacts the nature, intensity and temporal extent. Labour market occupational disease insurance places the cost of an industry.

(2). Security liable employer of injured is the employer in whose business or service work damage has been done, see. However, paragraph 3 and § 48, paragraphs 3 and 6. Work injury can be attributed to several employers, takes injuries decision on the employer who is liable to security.

(3). Security liable employer of injured and voluntarily insured person who has contracted an occupational disease, is the employer in the establishment where the injured at the latest before the disease detection has been exposed to harmful influences, that purportedly resulted in the disease concerned. It shall not, however, apply if it is established that the disease is due to work at another company.

(4). If a security person who is an employer under paragraph 3 not with reasonable probability can be appointed, or if the company has ceased, attributing the damage to an industry injuries. Workers ' compensation Agency's decision on industry affiliation is taken after a concrete assessment of the industry in which the injured or voluntarily insured persons, in particular, have been exposed to the influences that purportedly resulted in the disease concerned. The assessment included the impacts the nature, intensity and temporal extent.

(5). When an injury occurred as a result of insured persons attempt rescue of human life, see. section 4, paragraph 2, no. 3 shall be reimbursed to the insurance company or the labour market Occupational security benefits by the State Treasury.

(6). If a person who is not otherwise guaranteed by law, incur injury by attempting the rescue of human life, see. section 4, paragraph 2, no. 4, pay the State Treasury in accordance with the law.

(7). In the cases covered by paragraphs 5 and 6, express our annual salary is calculated after the law's general rules.

(8). By injuries that are a result of the exercise of the civil, regional or municipal ombud, pays the State, the regions and the municipalities of benefits in accordance with the law in the event of accidents. Labour market occupational disease insurance pays benefits under the law for such damages by occupational diseases.

Chapter 10 Security duty of taking out insurance



§ 50. Security responsible for providing employers, see. § 48, must transfer their risk of accident to an insurance company, which represents accident insurance according to this law. The same applies to self-employed workers and assisting spouses who choose to ensure own person under section 48, paragraph 2.
§ 51. An employer who has failed to take out insurance or to keep such insurance in force, shall pay an amount equal to the prize that would have been paid to an insurance company. Workers ' compensation Agency shall decide on the amount. The amount to be paid for injuries and credited to all insurance companies, which represent the work accident insurance, in accordance with the rules laid down by injuries, in cooperation with the Danish FSA.

section 51 (a). (repealed) section 52. If there is an accident and the employer has failed to meet its security obligations by taking out insurance, pays injuries in advance the expenses referred to in section 11, section 35 (3) and (4) and sections 38 and 59.

(2). The employer shall reimburse the amount paid, without prejudice to injuries. (1) unless the Agency considers that there has been such apologetic circumstances that the person concerned should be exempt from the payment in whole or in part.

(3). Injuries may, to the extent deemed reasonable, after giving the employer the amount.

(4). The amount that the injuries have paid in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be allocated according to the rules of section 48 (6) 2. and (3). point, with deduction of any amount refunded under paragraph 2 on all insurance companies, which represent the work accident insurance.

(5). If the company, in which the occupational accident occurred has ended and it is not possible to appoint an insurance company, the provisions of the rules in paragraphs 1 and 4 apply mutatis mutandis.

section 52 (a). The insurance company can access the information on the industry and number of employees in the income register referred to in article 6. section 7 of the law on the income of a directory, which is needed to use for the calculation and collection of the premium with security-liable employers.

§ 53. When an insurance company has taken over a security person who is an employer or self-employed person risk, see. section 50, the company shall be liable, even though it knows the insurance contract has gone out from false assumptions about the nature and scope of liability insurance.

§ 54. If a stock of working ulykkesforsikringer taken during administration under section 250, paragraph 2, of the law on the financial activities of industrial injuries, all damage must be notified to the insurer after the date of termination of the insurance undertaking shall be sent to the injuries. At the same time be transferred to industrial injuries the capitals, as the company has reserved pursuant to the financial business Act, and which relates to the company's stock of insurance in accordance with the law on time cessation.

(2). The expenditure arising from insurance stock administration, paid in advance by injuries and are distributed according to the rules of section 48 (6) 2. and (3). item, for each calendar year on all insurance companies, which represent the work accident insurance. The transferred funds are distributed according to the same rules.

Connection to the labour market occupational disease insurance



§ 55. Security responsible for providing employers, see. § 48, must pay contributions to the labour market occupational disease insurance, see. section 61. The same goes for voluntarily insured persons pursuant to section 48, paragraph 2.

(2). The contribution is calculated quarterly on the basis of paid-up ATP contribution from the company in a previous 3-month period, converted to the number of full-time positions through the use of the for the company relevant ATP contribution rates and using the industry-relevant contribution rate, see. section 58 (2).

(3). Contribution is collected four times a year. The contribution can be collected by arbejdsmarkedets tillægspension, along with other contributions levied from employers. The powers devolved labour market occupational disease insurance relating to the levying of contributions pursuant to this law, may be exercised by arbejdsmarkedets tillægspension in connection with a joint collection. For late payment shall include interest and collection letter fee in accordance with the law on interest for late payment, etc., Arrears of contributions may be included in a single collection.

(4). When the labour market occupational disease insurance has taken over a security person who is an employer or self-employed person risk, booklets of the labour market occupational disease protection, even if it is in the determination of the contribution has gone out from false assumptions about the nature of the risk and extent.

(5). The Security responsible for the insurance company and the public authorities shall, on request, give the labour market occupational disease insurance information relevant to the determination of contributions in accordance with the law. The same goes for voluntarily insured persons pursuant to section 48, paragraph 2. The obligation to provide information to employers and occupational disease insurance shall not apply, to the extent that after other legislation provides for a specific obligation of secrecy.

(6). For use in the contribution collection and processing of notifications of occupational diseases have labour market occupational disease ensuring electronic access to basic information in the labour market Supplementary Pension employer and personal records, for information about employers ' paid-in contributions in the labour market the ATP Supplementary Pension additional directory as well as to employers ' relationships and paid-up ATP contribution on personal level in the labour market Supplementary Pension an employee directory.

(7). To use for the calculation, collection and processing of contributions as part of a joint collection, see. (3) may, where necessary, passed on information about the employer from the schemes, which are the subject of a single collection, to the arbejdsmarkedets tillægspension. This disclosure can be made in electronic form.

section 56. The Board of Directors of the labour market occupational disease insurance lays down the detailed rules on the calculation of contributions.

(2). Employment Minister shall determine, upon a proposal from the boards of employers and occupational disease insurance and arbejdsmarkedets tillægspension rules on collection and payment of contributions, which are part of a joint collection, see. section 55, paragraph 3. It may by these rules provide that arbejdsmarkedets tillægspension may allow deferred payment and remit contributions and interest.

(3). Labour market occupational disease insurance has udpantningsret for contributions, interest rates and handling fee.

(4). Labour market occupational disease insurance can obtain the information from the tax authorities and other public authorities responsible for providing the security and the voluntarily insured under section 48, paragraph 2, which are necessary to carry out the recovery of contributions payable, interest rates and handling fee, including information on income and assets.

section 56 (a). The labour market occupational disease insurance can get access to the information about the industry and number of employees in the income register referred to in article 6. section 7 of the law on the income of a directory, which is needed to use for the calculation and collection of the contributions with security persons employers.

§ 57. If there is an occupational disease and the Security responsible for providing the employer has not paid contributions, pay labour market occupational disease insurance in advance the expenses referred to in section 11, section 35 (3) and (4) and sections 38 and 59.

(2). The employer must reimburse the labour market occupational disease insurance the amounts paid, in accordance with article 3. paragraph 1, unless injuries considers that there has been such apologetic circumstances that the person concerned should be exempt from the payment in whole or in part.

(3). Injuries may, to the extent deemed reasonable, after giving the employer the amount.

(4). The amount, as the labour market occupational disease insurance has paid out in accordance with paragraph 1, after deduction of any amount refunded shall be allocated in accordance with paragraph 2 in accordance with the rules in section 48, paragraph 6, 4.-6. PT.

(5). Labour market occupational disease insurance at the employer may charge an amount equal to the contribution after the 1. January 1999 should have been paid into the scheme.

(6). Labour market occupational disease insurance has udpantningsret for claims in accordance with paragraph 2 and interest under section 60, as well as for claims in accordance with paragraph 5 and interest pursuant to section 56 (2). The rule in article 56, paragraph 4, shall apply mutatis mutandis.

Determination of the total contribution to labour market occupational disease insurance



§ 58. The Security responsible for providing employers and the voluntarily insured under section 48, paragraph 2, covers the costs associated with the Act's protection against the consequences of occupational diseases through the payment of contributions to the labour market occupational disease insurance.

(2). The Board of Directors of the labour market occupational disease insurance sets the contribution rates for each calendar year. The contribution rates be fixed branchevis on the basis of the anticipated costs of the relevant industry.

(3). The Board of Directors of the labour market occupational disease insurance is required to establish the contributions to cover any deficits on provisions for occupational diseases notified before 1 November. January 2008 and sudden lifting injuries, see. section 85 (a) (2), so as to ensure that, beyond what is necessary to cover the security risks in accordance with the law, shall be charged only what is necessary for a sound administration. Labour market occupational disease insurance has the ability to compensate for any over-or deficit over 2 years. The Danish financial supervisory authority may lay down detailed rules for this calculation.

(4). The Board of Directors of the labour market occupational disease insurance is required to establish the contributions to occupational illnesses declared the 1. January 2008 or later, so as to ensure that, beyond what is necessary to cover the costs in accordance with this law, including section 58 (c), shall be charged only what is necessary for a sound administration. Labour market occupational disease insurance has the ability to compensate for any over-or deficit over 2 years.
(5). Labour market occupational disease insurance charge Finally, as part of the contribution charges, etc., to the extent provided for in this Act or in other legislation.

section 58 (a). The labour market Occupational protection refers to all employers an industry subgroup, see. (2) on the basis of the following main industry groups: 1) agriculture, fishing and quarrying 2) Industrial 3) Energy and water supply 4) building and construction 5) Trade, hotel and restaurant 6) transport, post and telecommunications 7) financing and business services 8) Public and personal services (2). The Director of industrial injuries shall determine, upon a proposal from the Board of Directors of the labour market occupational disease insurance subgroups to the grouping in accordance with paragraph 1.

(3). The Board of Directors of the labour market occupational disease insurance contribution calculation can refer employers to another industry grouping, see. (1) if the employer's industry code does not correspond to the real occupational disease risk.

§ 58 b. Industry undergrupperne, jf. section 58 (a), are financially self-sustaining groups that are funding the costs of damages and compensation to the injured and survivors by occupational diseases as well as the costs of administration.

(2). For industry undergrupperne is assigned a pool for application of profits and losses. The pot must be sufficient to eliminate unforeseen fluctuations in the annual contribution. Changes in the pool is settled in contribution levying with employers in industry sub-group over the following 2 contribution years.

(3). Labour market occupational disease insurance may annually levy a separate appendix to the contribution under section 58 to the financing of the costs of compensation and compensation to the injured and survivors as well as administration relating to industries with employment decline and high costs of compensation and remuneration relating to earlier notified occupational diseases. Labour market occupational disease insurance lays down rules on the subject.

paragraph 58 (c). The labour market occupational disease insurance can give employers a discount on the contribution under section 58. The discount is based on the individual enterprise efforts for the working environment.

(2). The Director of industrial injuries shall determine, upon a proposal from the labour market occupational disease insurance rules on discount on contribution.

Common provisions on payment for administration, return and Lien in order



section 59. Insurance companies, which represents labour accident insurance, the labour market occupational disease insurance, regions and municipalities that do not have insurance, see. section 48, paragraph 5, and institutions covered by the State's access to self-insurance, see. section 48, paragraph 5, should pay for workers ' compensation the Danish Medicines Agency and the Danish Medicines Agency's administration of the relative Appeal, covered by the law, and which relate to the question. Employment Minister lays down rules for the payment and collection thereof.

(2). Payment for the conditions governed by the Act, and which relates to the institutions covered by the State's access to self-insurance, see. section 48, paragraph 5, shall be the responsibility of each minister area. He or she can distribute the costs to individual Ministers institutions.

(3). Workers ' compensation Agency's Director can impose on insurance companies, etc., referred to in paragraph 1, and the labour market occupational disease insurance to provide statistical information and the like.

section 60. The amount of the advance is zoned by injuries pursuant to section 48 (6) and section 52, paragraphs 1 and 5, or of the occupational insurance under section 57 of the labour market, with an annual interest rate equal to the average of the of the National Bank settled overnight money market interest rate. The detailed rules for the calculation of the interest rate determined by the workers ' compensation Agency's Director.

(2). Insurance companies have udpantningsret for premiums, accrued interest and other costs, in the absence of timely payment of premium.

Chapter 11 the labour market occupational disease insurance section 61. Labour market occupational disease insurance is an independent institution.

(2). Labour market occupational disease insurance has tasked 1) calculate and collect contributions to finance the costs of occupational diseases and 2) compensation, etc., to the injured or their survivors.

(3). Labour market occupational disease insurance is headed by a Director and a Board of directors consisting of a Chairman and 20 other members. Thereof designated 1) 4 members of the Danish employers ' Confederation, 2) 1 member of the Association of agriculture employers ' organizations, 3) 1 member of the Minister of finance, 4) 2 members of the KL (National Association of local authorities) and the regional councils of the Association, 5) 1 member of the finance sector's employers ' Association, 6) 1 member of the leaders ' Main organization, 7) 7 members of the national organization in Denmark, 8) 2 members of the salaried employees and representation of managerial employees and 9) 1 member of the academic Central organisation.

Appointment of members is done according to the rules laid down in the law on equal opportunities of women and men.

(4). The Board appoints its own President, which may not be related to an employer or employee organization. The Chairman's casting vote in the event of a tie.

(5). The Chairman of the Board of Directors and other members are appointed for four years at a time. Re-election can take place. A member of the Management Board may not simultaneously be a member of the Committee, within the meaning of occupational disease. § 9.

(6). If the designation referred to in paragraph 3 shall not give off setting in accordance with the rules for designation referred to in paragraphs 3 and 5, the employment Minister, decide that the Board can function without the members concerned.

(7). The Board is responsible for labour market Occupational security management. The Board of Directors leaves the Administration without prejudice. (2) to the arbejdsmarkedets tillægspension.

§ 62. A member of the Management Board and the Director of the labour market occupational disease insurance must have sufficient experience to exercise the duties or the post.

(2). A member of the Management Board and the Director may not contest the Office or position respectively as Board member and Director of the labour market occupational disease insurance, provided that the person concerned is charged 1) criminal liability for violation of the criminal code, law on workers ' compensation or financial legislation and this violation implies the risk that the operator or production not handled with integrity, 2), the person concerned has declared bankruptcy, filed a petition for judicial composition , bankruptcy or debt settlement or is in receivership, receivership, debt settlement or composition, 3) the person's economic situation or companies, the owner concerned, or in which the person concerned is participating in the operation, has caused labour market occupational disease insurance loss or risk of loss, or 4), the person concerned has demonstrated such behavior, that there are grounds for believing that the person concerned will not carry out the duties of the position or safely.

(3). Members of the Management Board and the Director has a duty to give the FSA information relating to the conditions specified in paragraph 2.

section 63. § § 24 b-24 (e) of the law on labour market supplementary pension on speculation, exposures, management's other duties, etc. shall apply with the necessary adjustments.

Actuarial matters



section 63 (a). The Board of Directors of the labour market occupational disease insurance must hire a responsible Actuary for performing the necessary calculation technical features, including the determination of the total contribution level, as well as studies. The position of actuary cannot be reconciled with the post of Director or member of the Board of Directors of the labour market occupational disease insurance.

(2). When a responsible actuary dismissed or resigns, the Board of Directors and aktuaren not later than 1 month after the termination of employment to send every report to the FSA about his background.

(3). Labour market occupational disease insurance must draw up a security plan. Security plan must be reported to the FSA at the latest at the same time that security plan is included in the application. The same applies to any subsequent change in the security plan. Security plan be divided into 1) a tariff plan, which contains a description of the contribution provenuets establishment and Industry Division, including rules for the fixing of the pot to the offsetting of profits and losses, and 2) a provision plan, describing the rules for estimating labour market Occupational security obligations and contains rules for the estimation of a) provisions for ongoing services for occupational diseases notified before 1 November. January 2008, and sudden lifting injuries, see. section 85 (a) (2) (b)) other compensation provision for occupational diseases notified before 1 November. January 2008, and sudden lifting injuries, see. section 85 (a) (2), and (c)) provisions for occupational diseases notified the 1. January 2008 or later.

(4). The responsible actuary must ensure that labour market occupational disease insurance complies with its security plan, including the provision for unearned premiums is calculated in such a way that, taking into account what can reasonably be foreseen, is sufficient.

(5). The responsible actuary shall immediately report any breach of the conditions referred to in paragraph 4 to the Danish FSA. The responsible actuary is entitled to by the Director to require all information necessary for the exercise of his Office. The Danish financial supervisory authority may require the information of aktuaren, which is necessary for the assessment of labour market Occupational security financial position.
(6). The responsible actuary shall annually submit a report to the FSA, including an explanation of the provisions in the labour market occupational disease insurance.

(7). The Danish financial supervisory authority may lay down detailed rules in paragraphs 1, 2, 4, 5 and 6 mentioned conditions, including whether the requirements a person must meet in order to be able to be employed as a responsible actuary. The Danish financial supervisory authority may lay down detailed rules concerning the procedure for the notification of the security plan, see. paragraph 3, including whether and to what extent the reviews must be publicly available.

(8). If the FSA believes that the requirements in paragraph 3, no. 1, has not been complied with, the financial supervisory authority, after having negotiated with labour market occupational disease insurance reporting thereon to the employment Minister. If the FSA believes that the requirements in paragraph 3, no. 2, is not fulfilled, the FSA to order labour market occupational disease insurance to make the necessary changes in the reported conditions within a period specified by the FSA.

(9). The responsible actuary can demand that the Board be convened. The responsible actuary shall have the right to be present and to express their views at Board meetings, unless the Board decides otherwise in an individual case decision.

Paragraph 10. The responsible actuary is required to participate in the Board's treatment of the files concerned, if desired by just one Board member.

Annual report and review



section 64. For each financial year, the Management Board and the Director shall draw up an annual report that at least consists of a management report, a management endorsement and annual accounts consisting of a balance sheet, an income statement and notes, including the statement of accounting policies. When the annual accounts are audited, the audit report included in the annual report.

(2). The annual report must be drawn up in accordance with the rules laid down in this chapter and rules adopted pursuant to § 65 k.

section 65. Each Director has responsibility for the annual report must be drawn up in accordance with the law and any additional requirements for financial statements in the articles of association or agreement. In addition, each Member is responsible for the fact that the financial statements and the consolidated financial statements may be reviewed in a timely manner, and that the annual report can be approved in time. Finally, each Board member responsible for the fact that the annual report be submitted to the Ministry of employment and the Danish financial supervisory authority within the time limits laid down in legislation.

section 65 (a). When the annual report is prepared, all members of the Management Board and the Executive Board shall sign it and date the signature. They must give their signature in connection with a management endorsement, where each Member's name and role in relation to the labour market occupational disease insurance is clearly indicated, and in which they declare, whether 1) annual report is prepared in accordance with the legislation requirements and any claims in the articles of association or agreement, 2) the annual accounts give a true picture of the labour market occupational disease insurance, respectively, the Group's assets and liabilities, financial position and profit or loss and 3) the management report gives a true and fair account of the evolution of the labour market occupational disease insurance, respectively, the Group's activities and financial situation as well as a description of the principal risks and uncertainties which the labour market occupational disease insurance group may be affected by, respectively.

(2). Management has included additional reports in the annual report, the members of the Management Board and the Director of management endorsement declare whether the report gives a true and fair statement within the framework of generally accepted guidelines for such reports.

(3). Although a management member is completely or partially disagree in the annual report or has objections, that it must be approved with the content that has been decided, the Member will not not to sign. Management member can, however, make known its objections with a concrete and adequate statement of reasons in relation to its signature and leadership endorsement.

section 65 (b). The annual accounts shall give a true and fair picture of the labour market occupational disease insurance, respectively, the Group's assets and liabilities, financial position and profit or loss. The management report shall contain an accurate statement of the facts as they relate.

(2). If the application of the provisions of this Act or the rules issued under section 65 (k) is not sufficient to give a true and fair view as referred to in paragraph 1, shall be given additional information in the financial statements, respectively, the consolidated financial statements.

(3). If the application of the provisions of this chapter or rules adopted pursuant to § 65 k in special cases would be contrary to the requirement in paragraph 1 1. item, they must be permitted, so that this requirement is met. Such a derogation shall be disclosed in the notes on the accounts each year and here always justified concrete and complete with information on the impact, including the monetary impact as far as possible, the derogation has on the labour market occupational disease insurance, respectively, the Group's assets and liabilities, financial position and profit or loss.

§ 65 c. To the financial statements and the consolidated financial statements give a true and fair view, and can to the management report may contain a true and fair statement, see. section 65 (b), to the rules laid down in paragraphs 2 and 3 are met.

(2). The annual report must be drawn up in such a way that it supports accounting users in their economic decisions. The referred accounting users are individuals, companies, organisations and public authorities, etc., if economic decisions usually are likely to be affected by an annual report, including members, creditors, employees, customers, alliance partners, the local community, as well as grant-making and fiscal authorities. These decisions must at least relate to 1) location of accounting's own resources, 2) management's management of company resources and 3) distribution of the company's resources.

(3). The annual report must be drawn up in such a way that it informs you of conditions that are usually relevant for accounting users, see. (2). The information must also be reliable in terms of what accounting users normally expect.

section 65 (d). the annual report must be drawn up in accordance with the following basic assumptions: 1) it shall be drawn up in a clear and orderly manner (clarity).

2) account should be taken of the realities and not for formalities without real content (substance).

3) All the relevant factors must be included in the annual report, unless they are insignificant (materiality). Is considered more insignificant relationship together to be significant, they must nevertheless be included.

4) the operation of an activity is supposed to continue (going concern), unless it should not or cannot be assumed to be able to continue. Dismantled a activity, classification and nomenclature as well as the recognition and measurement are adapted in this settlement.

5) Any value change to appear, regardless of the impact on the profit and loss account (neutrality).

6) transactions, events and value changes are recognised when they occur, regardless of the time of payment (accrual).

7) Recognition methods and measurement basis must be applied uniformly in the same category of conditions (consistency).

8) each transaction, occurrence and value change shall be recognised and measured separately, just like the individual relation should not be netted off against each other (gross value).

9) opening balance for the financial year shall correspond to the closing balance for the previous financial year (formal continuity).

(2). Establishment and classification, consolidation method, recognition method and measurement basis as well as the monetary unit must not be changed from year to year (real continuity). Modification can be done if there is thus better achieved a true image, or if the change is necessary as a result of the change in the law or new rules issued under section 65 k.

(3). The provisions of paragraph 1, nr. 6-9, and paragraph 2 may be waived in exceptional cases. In that case, paragraph 65 (b) (3), 2. paragraph, mutatis mutandis.

§ 65 e. labour market Occupational security assets and liabilities must, except as otherwise provided under section 65 k, measured at fair value. Assets and liabilities and reduced accordingly, and ups and downs are recognised in the profit and loss account, except as otherwise provided under section 65 k.

(2). The fair value is measured at the market value can be determined for the asset or obligation on the proper functioning of the market. If the asset or obligation not traded on a well functioning market, used a recognised method for the calculation of the fair value of the respective asset or obligation in question.

§ 65 such Supplementary reports, URf.eks. reports on knowledge and employee relations (scorecards), on environmental aspects (accounting), on labour market Occupational security social responsibility (social accounts) and on the labour market Occupational security ethical objectives and follow-up (ethical accounts), must give a true and fair statement within the framework of generally accepted guidelines for such reports. They must meet the quality requirements of § 65 c, paragraph 3, and with the reductions arising from the factual arguments, the basic preconditions of section 65 (d), paragraphs 1 and 2.

(2). Of the supplementary reports must be stated in the methods and measurement basis, after which the reports have been prepared.

section 65 g. Fiscal year follows the calendar year. This requirement is also applicable to any subsidiaries.

§ 65 h. Recognition, measurement and information in monetary units must be carried out in Danish kroner.
§ 65 in. the annual report shall be audited by the labour market Occupational security external auditors referred to in article 6. § 66. The review does not include the management report and the complementary reports, as contained in the annual report referred to in article 6. § 65 such Auditor shall, however, give an opinion as to whether the information in the management report is in accordance with the annual accounts and the consolidated accounts.

§ 65 j. without undue delay after the Board's approval of the annual report, no later than 4 months after the end of the financial year, submitted the revised and approved annual report and transcript of Audit Protocol relating to annual revision to the Employment Ministry and the Danish financial supervisory authority. The Board of Directors has set up an internal audit, the internal audit manager audit Protocol must also be submitted.

(2). The submitted annual report shall include at least the mandatory components as well as the full audit report. Would the labour market occupational disease insurance to get published supplementary reports as referred to in section 65 f, these are submitted together with the mandatory elements of the annual report, so that the required components and the supplementary reports taken together appear as a single document called ' annual report '.

(3). Together with the submission of the annual report in accordance with paragraph 1 are submitted a copy of the annual report from each of the subsidiaries of the labour market occupational disease insurance.

§ 65 k. FSA lays down detailed arrangements for the annual report, including the rules on recognition and measurement of assets, liabilities, income and expenses, income statement and balance sheet as well as the establishment of requirements for notes and the management report.

(2). The Danish financial supervisory authority also establishes rules for consolidated financial statements, including the rules for when an annual report must include a consolidated financial statement.

(3). The Danish financial supervisory authority may lay down rules for the preparation and disclosure of financial reports that cover shorter periods than the annual report.

section 65 (l). With a view to ensuring that the labour market occupational disease insurance annual report is in accordance with the rules laid down in this chapter and the regulations issued under section 65 k, FSA 1) can provide guidance, 2) reprimand offences and 3) require that the error must be corrected, and that violations must be brought to an end.

§ 65 m. the Danish financial supervisory authority may require that the labour market Occupational protection must make regular financial reports to the Danish financial supervisory authority in accordance with the modalities set out by the FSA.

(2). The Danish financial supervisory authority may require the accounting reports referred to in paragraph 1 shall be supplemented by statements on individual conditions signed by the labour market Occupational Security Director or Board of Directors.

§ 66. Labour market occupational disease insurance annual report must be audited by at least one certified public accountant. The Management Board shall appoint the Auditors, but may at any time withdraw the appointment back. Employment Minister can appoint an additional auditor in specific cases. This auditor works under the same conditions and according to the same rules as the Auditors, who are appointed by the Board of Directors.

(2). The Auditors in the labour market occupational disease insurance must also be accountants in any subsidiaries.

(3). Paragraph 2 shall not apply to subsidiaries that are not resident in Denmark.

(4). The Board may provide for the establishment of an internal audit, which is headed by a head of audit.

(5). By auditor switching to labour market occupational disease insurance and retiring auditor within one month after the resignation of give the FSA's statement, if the shift is due to each particular situation.

(6). Found an accountant evidently unfit for his Office, employment Minister can dismiss the person concerned and in the afgåedes place appoint an auditor, who shall act until new elections can be carried out.

(7). The Auditors must be for use by the Board of Directors conduct an audit protocol submitted at any Board meeting. Any protocol injection shall be signed by all Board members.

(8). The Board cannot allow, see. section 63 of the basic regulation. section 24 d, paragraph 1, of the lov om arbejdsmarkedets tillægspension, to the internal audit head and vice heads of audit performs audit assignments in companies outside the group, see. However, section 24 d, paragraph 7, of the law on labour market Supplementary pension. The Board of Directors may also not allow the internal audit head and vice heads of audit performs other work than audit tasks in companies within the group, in which the labour market Occupational insurance schemes, manage, or in companies within the same administrative community. The Danish financial supervisory authority may, in exceptional cases, dispense with 1. PT.

(9). The Board cannot allow, see. section 63 of the basic regulation. section 24 d, paragraph 1, of the lov om arbejdsmarkedets tillægspension, to the internal audit head and vice heads of Auditors assumes duties, which means that they come in conflict with their Declaration of interest provisions similar to those applicable to external auditors in accordance with the law on State authorised and registered accountants.

section 67. The Auditors have always the right to participate in Board meetings in the examination of matters relevant to the review or for presenting the accounts.

(2). The Auditors have a duty to participate in the Board's treatment of the files concerned, if it is desired by just one Board member.

(3). FSA sets out rules on audits in the labour market occupational disease insurance.

(4). The FSA can impose statutory auditor, and if the Board of directors pursuant to section 66 (4), has set up an internal audit, the internal audit manager, to provide information on the situation in the labour market occupational disease insurance.

paragraph 67 (a). An external auditor and an internal audit manager must immediately inform the FSA information about matters that are of vital importance to the labour market Occupational security continued activity, including the fact that the Auditors had to be made aware of as part of the duties of the Auditor in the enterprises, as the labour market occupational disease insurance has close links, see. the definition in the financial business Act.

Investment rules



section 68. Labour market occupational disease insurance shall at all times hold assets subject to section 69 to a total value that at least match the level of total provision for occupational diseases notified before 1 November. January 2008 and sudden lifting injuries, see. section 85 (a), paragraph 2. It is the responsibility of management to ensure that these assets within the limitations laid down in §§ 69-70 a, is selected such that the relative to the nature of the labour market Occupational security obligations with regard to security, return and liquidity is of such a nature and composition, that they are suitable to obtain satisfaction for insured, including that there is no excessive reliance on any particular category of assets , a particular investment market or a specific investment. At the location of the funds should ideally be a reassuring safety, maintaining the real value of the funds as well as the highest possible rate of return.

(2). Asset value is calculated for the use of the provisions of this chapter in accordance with the following rules: 1) Asset value is calculated and adjusted on an ongoing basis in accordance with the principles applicable to the presentation of the annual report.

2) to be made deductions for any defective part, and lending can only enter a value obtained after deduction of the liabilities which can be offset against the borrower.

3) Have labour market occupational disease insurance entered into financial contracts, which reduces the risk of the assets cannot cover the obligations, account shall be taken of the value of such contracts in asset value.

4) Receivable uforfaldne interest on securities subject to section 69, paragraph 1, no. 1 – 4, 6, 8 and 10-13, is included in the value of the securities.

section 68 (a). It is the responsibility of management to ensure that assets which are not covered by section 68, is chosen in such a way that in relation to the nature of the labour market Occupational security obligations with regard to security, return and liquidity is of such a nature and composition, that they are suitable to obtain satisfaction for insured, including that there is no excessive reliance on any particular category of assets , a particular investment market or a specific investment. At the location of the funds should ideally be a reassuring safety, maintaining the real value of the funds as well as the highest possible rate of return.

section 69. Labour market Occupational security funds equal to the amount of the provision for unearned premiums for occupational diseases notified before 1 November. January 2008, and sudden lifting injuries, see. section 85 (a), paragraph 2, must be placed in the following categories of assets: 1) Bonds or debt instruments issued or guaranteed by Governments or regional authorities in zone a.

2) debt securities admitted to trading on a regulated market in a country within the European Union or in a country with which the community has entered into an agreement on financial matters, or similar markets in other countries, and which is issued by international organizations as a member have at least one of the Member States of the European Union.

3) mortgage bonds, covered bonds and covered bonds issued by mortgage companies, financial institutions or ship finansieringsinstituttet and other bonds issued in a country within the European Union or a country with which the community has entered into an agreement on the financial area, which offer equivalent safety.
4) Receivables, other than receivables, which are subordinated to other creditors, and advances to credit institutions and insurance companies under public supervision in countries covered by the zone A as well as other receivables guaranteed by credit institutions or insurance undertakings under public supervision in countries covered by the zone A.

5) Reasons, residential properties, Office and commercial premises as well as other properties whose value is independent of a particular commercial exploitation.

6) Loans secured by things like mortgages in the buildings, which are covered by the No. 5, for an amount of up to 80 per cent of the latest real estate assessment for residential properties and 60 percent for estates.

7) Shares in a) UCITS within the scope of Community law, money market funds, UCITS funds and approved fåmandsforeninger or departments referred to in article 6. Act on investment associations and special associations and other collective investment schemes, etc., b) bin associations and professional associations or departments in the statutes have provisions on instruments and risk diversification, which are equivalent to those applicable to mutual funds, money market funds and UCITS associations, or provisions on risk diversification, corresponding to the rules in section 106 (3) and (4) of the Act on investment associations and special associations and other collective investment schemes, etc. and (c)) other associations or departments, if these associations in their statutes have provisions on instruments and risk diversification, which are equivalent to those applicable to mutual funds, money market funds and UCITS associations, or provisions on risk diversification, corresponding to the rules in section 106 (3) and (4) of the Act on investment associations and special associations and other collective investment schemes, etc.

8) Other bonds and loans admitted to trading on a regulated market in a country within the European Union or in a country with which the community has entered into an agreement on financial matters, or similar markets in other countries covered by the zone A.

9) shares admitted to trading on a regulated market in a country within the European Union or in a country with which the community has entered into an agreement on financial matters, or similar markets in other countries covered by the zone A.

10) Properties that are not covered by the No. 5, and loans secured by things like mortgages in properties that are not covered by the No. 6.11) shares and other securities admitted to trading on a market in countries outside zone A, if the market corresponds to a regulated market within the European Union, as well as other securities admitted to trading on a regulated market in a country within the European Union or in a country with which the community has entered into an agreement on the financial area , or similar markets in other countries covered by the zone A.

12) Other loans and securities not covered by nr. 1-11.13) reinsurance contracts and debts owed by reinsurers and specific hedging plants under public supervision in countries covered by the zone A or reinsurance undertakings under public supervision, who have achieved a rating of a recognized ratingvirksomhed least equivalent to investment grade.

(2). If the labour market occupational disease insurance has a daughter company, whose activity is limited to making and managing investments covered by paragraph 1, the subsidiary's assets in the value of the shares in and any loans to the subsidiary are treated as assets in accordance with paragraph 1. Is not wholly-owned subsidiary, is part of its assets to a proportional value equivalent to the share of equity owned.

§ 69 a. labour market Occupational security placement of funds equal to the amount of the provision for unearned premiums for occupational diseases notified before 1 November. January 2008, and sudden lifting injuries, see. section 85 (a) (2) in a single company shall not result in the labour market occupational disease insurance alone or in conjunction with arbejdsmarkedets tillægspension or together with subsidiaries, as the owner, can exercise a dominant influence on the company, without prejudice to paragraph 2 or 3.

(2). Paragraph 1 shall not apply to the placing of funds equal to the amount of the provision for unearned premiums for occupational diseases notified before 1 November. January 2008, and sudden lifting injuries, see. section 85 (a) (2) of subsidiaries pursuant to section 69, paragraph 2.

(3). Labour market occupational disease insurance to ensure investments already made can temporarily drive another company or participate in the restructuring of businesses. Labour market occupational disease insurance must notify the financial supervisory authority to that effect.

section 70. The following limits apply to the placing of the labour market Occupational security assets equal to the amount of the provision for unearned premiums for occupational diseases notified before 1 November. January 2008, and sudden lifting injuries, see. section 85 (a), paragraph 2:1) Assets subject to section 69, paragraph 1, no. 7-13, have gathered at a maximum of 70 per cent.

2) Assets subject to section 69, paragraph 1, no. 11, must not exceed 10 per cent overall.

3) Loans subject to section 69, paragraph 1, no. 12, must not exceed 2 per cent overall.

4) Assets subject to section 69, paragraph 1, no. 4, 6 to 9, 11 and 12, issued or guaranteed by banks and mortgage-credit institutes, insurance companies, business units of collective-investment undertakings, as well as placement associations, money market funds, UCITS associations, fåmandsforeninger and the professional associations for each company and Department of an association represent more than 5% of the labour market Occupational security assets must total a maximum of 40 per cent.

(2). Other loans and securities subject to section 69, paragraph 1, no. 12, may not exceed 10 per cent of the labour market occupational disease insurance assets.

section 70 (a). The following limits for the labour market Occupational security assets equal to the amount of the provision for unearned premiums for occupational diseases notified before 1 November. January 2008, and sudden lifting injuries, see. section 85 (a) (2) is applicable for the purpose of taking assets that pose a risk to a single enterprise or a group of interconnected enterprises: 1) Assets subject to section 69, paragraph 1, no. 3 may not exceed 40 per cent.

2) Assets subject to section 69, paragraph 1, no. 4, may not exceed 10 per cent.

3) Assets subject to section 69, paragraph 1, no. 7, see. However, paragraph 4, may not exceed 10 per cent.

4) Assets subject to section 69, paragraph 1, no. 13, may not exceed 10 per cent.

5) Assets subject to section 69, paragraph 1, no. 6, 8, 9, 11 and 12, shall not exceed 2 per cent overall, see. However, paragraph 2. The limit is 3 percent, if the equity in the company to which the asset relates, in excess of 250 million. DKK, when the company is resident in a country covered by the zone A and asset admitted to trading on a regulated market in a country within the European Union or in a country with which the community has entered into an agreement on financial matters, or similar markets in other countries covered by the zone A.

6) Assets subject to section 69, paragraph 1, no. 5, 6 and 8-12, must not exceed 5 per cent overall.

7) Loans subject to section 69, paragraph 1, no. 12, may not exceed 1 per cent.

(2). Investments in and loans granted to an undertaking or a group of interconnected companies whose activities alone includes investments in assets subject to section 69, paragraph 1, no. 5 and 10, must not exceed 5 per cent overall.

(3). (1). 3-5, and paragraph 2 shall not apply to investments in a subsidiary undertaking which is subject to section 69, paragraph 2.

(4). (1). 3-5, and paragraph 2 shall not apply to investments in companies, investment institutions and associations subject to section 69, paragraph 1, no. 7 if the activity after the Statute is limited to making investments in assets subject to section 69, paragraph 1, no. 1-3. Such investments may in relation to the limits laid down in paragraph 1, no. 4-6, and (2) and section 70 (1), nr. 1 and 3, are considered assets subject to section 69, paragraph 1, no. 1-3. the provisions of paragraph 5. The Board shall determine the detailed rules governing the labour market occupational disease insurance foreign exchange rate and interest rate risk exposure.

section 70 (b). The FSA may, for a limited period exempt from section 69 and section 70 (a) (1). 2-7 and 2-4.

§ 70 c. FSA lays down detailed rules for the definition of securities covered by several of the in section 69, paragraph 1, no. 1-12, said asset groups.

Supervision



§ 71. The Danish FSA shall ensure compliance with §§ 63-70 c.

(2). The Financial Business Council is included in the supervision referred to in paragraph 1 within the Council's field of competence, without prejudice to article. the financial business Act, section 345 (2).

(3). The Danish financial supervisory authority may give labour market Occupational protection injunction within a prescribed time frame to carry out the measures adopted by the Danish financial supervisory authority deems necessary in order to ensure compliance with the requirements referred to in paragraph 1, the provisions of this law.

(4). The Danish financial supervisory authority may order the labour market occupational disease insurance to depose the Director within a period specified by the FSA, if this under section 62, paragraph 2, cannot contest the post.

(5). The Danish financial supervisory authority may also require the labour market occupational disease insurance to depose the Director whenever there is indicted in a criminal case about violation of criminal law, law relating to workers ' compensation or financial legislation, until the criminal case is settled, if a conviction would mean that he or she does not meet the requirements of section 62, paragraph 2, no. 1. The Danish financial supervisory authority shall set a deadline for compliance with the order.
(6). Injunction granted pursuant to paragraphs 4 and 5, of the labour market Occupational protection and of the Director required brought before the courts. The request must be submitted to the FSA, within 4 weeks after the order is issued by the Director. The request does not have suspensive effect on order, but the Court may by order provide that the Director in the course of the proceedings can maintain its position. FSA earns within 4 weeks the matter to the courts. Proceedings in the civil procedure forms.

(7). The FSA may, of its own motion or on application, withdraw an injunction granted pursuant to paragraphs 4 and 5. Declines the FSA an application for revocation, the applicant may require the refusal brought before the courts. The request must be submitted to the FSA, within 4 weeks after the refusal is notified the concerned. Request for judicial review can only be made if the order is not limited in time and elapsed at least 5 years from the date of issue of the order, or at least 2 years after the FSA refused withdrawal is confirmed by judgment.

(8). FSA finds that a Board member does not meet the requirements laid down in section 62, paragraph 2, shall inform the FSA the organization which has appointed member thereof. The Organization shall then decide whether the Board in question may continue to contest his position. At the same time inform the FSA's employment Minister under direction.

(9). At the same time as the issuance of injunctive relief pursuant to paragraphs 4 and 5, or referral of the matter to the courts in accordance with paragraph 6 shall be notified to the organizations which have appointed members of the Management Board. At the same time inform the FSA's employment Minister under direction.

Paragraph 10. With fine punished anyone who fails to comply with an injunction granted pursuant to paragraphs 4 and 5.

section 72. The Danish financial supervisory authority must examine the labour market Occupational security relationship, as the Danish financial supervisory authority supervises the regulation. section 71, paragraph 1, including the review of ongoing reporting and inspections.

(2). After inspection of the labour market occupational disease insurance must be held a meeting with the participation of the labour market Occupational Security Board of Directors, Director, the person in charge of the actuary, the external auditors and the internal audit manager, unless the inspection only relate to defined areas of activity within the company. At the meeting the FSA must announce its conclusions relating to inspection.

(3). Essential conclusions must after an inspection shall be forwarded in the form of a written report to the company's Board of Directors, Director, the person in charge of the actuary, the external auditors and the internal audit manager.

(4). At the same time, with the transmission of the report to management sends the FSA report to employment Minister.

section 73. Labour market occupational disease insurance must give the Danish financial supervisory authority with the information necessary for supervisory activities.

(2). The Danish financial supervisory authority may at any time against proper identification without a court order to access to the labour market Occupational protection for the purpose of obtaining information, including through on-site inspections.

§ 74. The Danish financial supervisory authority shall deliver to the Minister an annual report on employment supervising labour market Occupational protection and a report based on a review of the person in charge of the aktuars report, including the statement on provisions in the labour market occupational disease insurance, see. section 63 (a) (6). Labour market occupational disease insurance shall be informed about the content.

§ 75. Labour market occupational disease insurance pays tax to the Danish FSA. The levy fixed in accordance with Chapter 22 of the financial business Act.

§ 76. Decisions taken by the Danish financial supervisory authority in accordance with this law or regulations issued by virtue of law can by it, as the decision addressed to, be referred to the EAB within 4 weeks after that decision is announced.

§ 76 (a) Section 354 of the financial business Act on FSA secrecy shall with the necessary adaptations, apply to this Act.

(2). In determining who is a party in accordance with this law, the provisions of § 355 of the financial business Act apply with the necessary adjustments. -Party status and powers of the parties after the financial business Act § 355 is after this law is limited to situations where the DFSA's decision is taken after the 1. July 2004.

§ 76 b. decisions pursuant to section 345 (2) of the financial business Act, see. This article 71, paragraph 2, shall be published. 1. paragraph also applies to decisions to hand over cases to the police investigation, see. However, paragraph 2. The publication shall state that the decision concerns the labour market occupational disease insurance.

(2). Publication in accordance with paragraph 1 may, however, not be done if it would cause disproportionate harm to the labour market occupational disease insurance, or investigative, respectively, incidentally, argues against publication society into account. There can also be no publication of the cases covered by section 63 a, paragraph 8, 1. Pkt. Publication shall not contain information subject to section 12, paragraph 1, of the law on open government.

(3). If disclosure is omitted in accordance with paragraph 2, 1. point, there must be disclosure in accordance with paragraph 1 when the account, which necessitated the omitted Act is no longer applicable. However, this applies only for up to 2 years, after the decision has been taken.

(4). At the same time as the publication pursuant to paragraph 1 shall deliver the FSA reporting thereon to the Minister of employment.

Chapter 12 Various provisions § 77. Benefits under the law cannot serve as a basis for recourse claims against an offender who has incurred liability towards the injured or their survivors, see. However, section 10 (a). Express or the survivors claim against the liable shall be reduced to the extent that has been paid or is under an obligation to pay benefits to those under this law.

§ 78. Agreements between security persons and those eligible are invalid when they go out on or lead to the provisions of the Act not to apply, or that they are entitled to be paid by an insurance premium to an insurance company or a contribution to labour market occupational disease insurance, which by law is the responsibility of the security persons, or to non-cash benefits must be calculated in accordance with the law. Similarly, agreements concerning detention in salary on the occasion of protection under the law invalid.

§ 79. In agreement with other States employment Minister may lay down rules on the extent to which the provisions of the Act or the provisions of the foreign State corresponding legislation is applicable on the conditions that shall be regulated by law.

(2). Employment Minister lays down rules derogating from the rules of the Act, to the extent necessary for the application of the European communities regulations on social security for workers, etc.

section 80. Employees in industrial injuries, including the Agency's medical consultants, shall not be employed in or take part in the management of an insurance company or the labour market occupational disease insurance.

§ 81. Upon request, injuries during the application of this law, other provisions give opinions on issues relating to personal injuries, which are not covered by the law. Agency may also issue opinions pursuant to section 10 of the Act on civil liability.

(2). For such opinions is paid an amount determined by the workers ' compensation Agency's Director.

section 82. A security person who is an employer, who fail to take out insurance or join the labour market occupational disease insurance, be punished by a fine.

(2). A security person who is an employer who fails to keep the insurance in force or pay contribution to labour market occupational disease insurance, be punished by a fine.

(3). A security person who is an employer who does not timely register an industrial injury occurred or not involved in the inquiries of a notified industrial injury, see. Chapter 7 is punishable by a fine.

(4). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability in accordance with the provisions of the criminal code 5. Chapter.

section 83. State compensation in accordance with the law to its officials, who are employed on the Faroe Islands, as well as to those of the State-employed workers who do not have permanent residence there.

(2). Decision of the Faroese Ulykkesforsikringsråd after the Faroese accident insurance legislation may, in accordance with the rules laid down herein shall be referred to the Appeals Board.

section 84. Workers ' compensation Agency shall submit a written report with statistical summaries once a year. The report must also include the occupational statistics and the work of the Committee. Occupational disease Committee shall deliver an annual report to the Parliamentary Labour Committee on developments in the occupational area, including on the development of case law.

Chapter 13-entry into force and transitional provisions § 85. The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2004, see. However, paragraphs 4 and 5.

(2). By the date of entry into force of the Act regulated the amounts referred to in §§ 18 and 19 and article 24, paragraphs 3 and 4, in accordance with § 25 per 1. January 2004.

(3). The law applied to 1) accidents occurring on or after 1. January 2004 or later, and 2) occupational diseases notified the 1. January 2004 or later, see. However, paragraphs 4 and 5.
(4). In cases of occupational diseases notified in 2004 used the concept of occupational disease in section 10 of the Act on protection against the consequences of workers ' compensation, in accordance with article 3. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 943 of 16. October 2000, instead of section 7 of this Act with regard to the assessment of whether the notified disease covered by the law.

(5). In cases of occupational diseases notified in 2004 applied section 31, paragraph 4, section 32 and section 43 of the Act on protection against the consequences of workers ' compensation, in accordance with article 3. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 943 of 16. October 2000, instead of section 17 and section 27 of this Act with regard to payment of compensation and ongoing capital replacement.

(6). In the case of persons protected under section 48, paragraph 2, the provisions of the law only for influences, there takes place the 1. January 2004 or later. Has injured before this date been secured after earlier legislation, account shall be taken of the periods during which the person concerned has been secured. The same is true for co-working spouses, if before this date is reached a pay agreement, see. § 1 (1), (3). paragraph, of the law on protection against the consequences of workers ' compensation, in accordance with article 3. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 943 of 16. October 2000.

section 85 (a). The law on protection against the consequences of workers ' compensation, in accordance with article 3. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 943 of 16. October 2000, will be repealed with effect from 1 January. January 2004.

(2). Law on protection against the consequences of workers ' compensation shall continue to apply on 1) medical emergencies, sudden lifting injuries and short-term harmful effects that occurred before the 1. January 2004, and 2) occupational diseases notified before 1 November. January 2004.

§ 86. Ongoing interest in accordance with the law on insurance against the consequences of emergencies, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 137 of 26. April 1968 with subsequent amendments, shall be increased from 1. January 2004 to 1591.2 per cent of the basic rate per 1. April 1965.

(2). Continuous performance in accordance with the law on workers ' compensation insurance, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 450 by 25. June 1987 with subsequent amendments, shall be increased from 1. January 2004 to 341.5 per cent of the continuous performance, which correspond to the basic salary. Ménerstatning after law on workers ' compensation insurance shall be increased from 1. January 2004 to 341.5 per cent of the allowance, which corresponds to the basic amount.

(3). Continuous performance after the law on protection against the consequences of workers ' compensation, in accordance with article 3. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 943 of 16. October 2000 with subsequent amendments, for injuries occurring between the 1. January 1993 and 30 June. January 1995 shall be increased from 1. January 2004 to 130.9 percent. of the continuous performance, which correspond to the basic salary.

(4). Continuous performance after the law on protection against the consequences of workers ' compensation for injuries occurring between the 31. January 1995 and 31 December 2001. December 2003 shall be increased from 1. January 2004 to 125.4 percent of the continuous performance, which correspond to the basic salary.

(5). Interest, annuities and ménerstatninger, see. paragraphs 1 to 4, shall be adjusted in accordance with this law § 25.

(6). For the survivors, who, as a result of death often after that commencement are entitled to compensation in accordance with the law on insurance against the consequences of emergencies, the law on workers ' compensation insurance or law on insurance against the consequences of workers ' compensation shall be calculated and adjusted the compensation on the basis of the annual salary that corresponds to it in accordance with paragraph 1-4 fixed interest or amount of benefits.

(7). Paragraphs 1 to 5 shall not apply to insurance policies, which are designed in accordance with §§ 55, 58, 59 and 74 of the law on insurance against the consequences of emergencies.

section 87. The notices, which are adopted in accordance with the now repealed laws shall remain in force until they are repealed or amended.

section 88. The approvals by insurance companies, which have been granted after the earlier accident insurance legislation and arbejdsskadeforsikrings law, continues to have validity. The same applies to an employer's exemption to make risks in accordance with the law on insurance against the consequences of accidents notified under section 15, paragraph 13, of the law on insurance against the consequences of emergencies. Such employers have the same legal status in accordance with this act as an insurance company. Distribution of contributions according to this law §§ 48, 49, 53 and 56 shall be carried out according to the detailed rules laid down by injuries, in cooperation with the Danish FSA.

section 89. A security liability insurance takes can not terminate an insurance due to an increase in the premium, which alone is justified by an increase in costs as a result of this law.

section 90. The law does not apply to the Faroe Islands and Greenland but may by Royal Decree put into effect in Greenland with the changes resulting from the special Greenlandic conditions.

Date of entry into force and transitional provisions of the law No. 404 of 8. may 20061) includes the following entry-into-force provision:

§ 23 paragraph 2. sections 2-6, ..., shall enter into force on the 1. June 2006.

(3). …

Act No. 1538 by 20. December 20062) includes the following entry-into-force provisions:

§ 3 paragraph 1. The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2008, see. However, paragraphs 2 to 5.

(2). Contribution to the labour market occupational disease insurance pursuant to section 55 (2) and (3), as amended by this Act, section 1, no. 3, will be charged the first time with a maturity date the 1. July 2008. For the purposes of calculating contribution included only ATP contributions relating to employment after the date of entry into force of the Act. It is in section 68, paragraph 1 1. paragraph, of the law on workers ' compensation requirements may be waived in 2008.

(3). …

(4). The law on workers ' compensation in accordance with section 45, reduced Appeals Board will be closed. The Appeals Board deals with complaints against decisions after finished the existing rules, which has been brought before the Tribunal before the appeal deadline.

(5). …

Act No. 1545 by 20. December 20063) includes the following entry-into-force provision:

§ 17 the law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2007, see. However, paragraphs 2 to 4.

(2). …

Act No. 1587 by 20. December 20064) includes the following entry-into-force provisions:

§ 19 para. 1. The law shall enter into force on the 1. July 2009, see. However, paragraphs 2 to 7.

(2). § 4 have effect for decisions on compensation for loss of earning capacity, taken the 1. January 2004 or later.

(3). A security person who is an employer in accordance with the law on workers ' compensation can not terminate an insurance due to an increase in the premium, which is justified by an increase in costs, which is a result of the enactment of this Act.

(4). …

Act No. 108 of 7. February 20075) includes the following entry-into-force provisions:

section 21 (1). The law shall enter into force on the 1. November 2007, see. However, paragraphs 3 to 7.

(2). …

(3). § 1, nr. 88, § 3, nr. 1, 3, 11, 24, 27, 30, 40-43, 58, 61, 62, 68, 69, 76, 81, 83, 85 and 86, § 6, nr. 1-9, § 7, § 8, nr. 3, 8 and 9, § 9, nr. 6 and 7, section 10, no. 66), and sections 11-15 shall enter into force on the 15. February 2007.

(4). …

Act No. 397 of 30. April 20077) includes the following entry-into-force provision:

section 6 of the Act shall enter into force on the 1. July 2007, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). …

Act No. 496 of 6. June 20078) includes the following entry-into-force provisions:

§ 4 paragraph 1. The law shall enter into force on the 1. July 2007, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). § 1, nr. 14-219), shall enter into force on the 1. January 2008.

(3). The law applied to 1) accidents occurring on or after 1. July 2007 or later, and 2) occupational diseases notified the 1. July 2007 or later.

(4). § 1, nr. 810), applied to reviews for the health protection agency carried out the 1. July 2007 or later.

(5). § 1, nr. 911), applied to the costs of investigation measures collected the 1. July 2007 or later.

(6). § 1, nr. 1212), and § 2 shall be applied on case information collected the 1. July 2007 or later.

(7). § 1, nr. 14-21, have effect for the financing of the expenditure in respect of occupational diseases notified the 1. January 2008 or later.

(8). Is an employer's increase in the annual contribution per employee in 2008, see. § 1, nr. 14, greater than 25% in relation to the contribution in 2007, funded half by the increase in dollars in 2008 of the other sectors within each industry subgroup.

Act No. 523 of 6. June 200,713) includes the following entry-into-force provisions:

§ 47 the law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2008.

section 48 (1). The law applies also on earlier founded claims, which is not before the commencement date is out of date according to the existing rules. The limitation period shall occur no sooner than the 1. January 2011 unless the claim before that date would be obsolete as well after the hitherto applicable provisions which, according to the rules applicable after the date of entry into force of the Act, see. However, paragraph 7. In the latter case, used the latest juncture for the forældelsens entry.

(2). Interruption of the limitation period, which occurred before the entry into force of the law, continues to have effect as disruption, even if it is not done on the after the entry into force of the Act prescribed way.

(3). …

Act No. 576 of 6. Jun 200,714) includes the following entry-into-force provisions:

§ 12 (1). The law shall enter into force on the 1. July 2007, see. However, paragraphs 2 and 3.

(2). …

(3). § 1, nr. 18, 20-24 and 42, § 6, nr. 1 and 6-8, § 7, nr. 1, 6 and 7, and section 8, no. 5 and 615), shall enter into force on the 1. November 2007.

Act No. 577 of 6. June 200,716) includes the following entry-into-force provision:

§ 12 Law shall enter into force on the 1. July 2007, see. However, paragraphs 2 – 4.

(2). …

Act No. 484 of 17. Jun 200,817) includes the following entry-into-force provision:

§ 9 (1). The law shall enter into force on the day after publication in the Official Gazette. 18) (2). …

Act No. 515 of 17. Jun 200,819) includes the following entry-into-force provision:

§ 10 Law shall enter into force on the 1. July 2008, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). …
Act No. 517 of 17. June 200,820) includes the following entry-into-force provisions:

section 13 (1). The law shall enter into force on the 1. July 2008, see. However, paragraphs 2 to 5.

(2). …

(3). § 1, nr. 17 and 20-30, § 4, no. 3-12, § 6, nr. 6-14, § 7, nr. 3-11, section 8, no. 3-11, and section 9, nr. 3-1121), have effect for the fiscal year that begins on 1 January. January 2009 or later.

(4). …

Act No. 1336 of 19. Dec 200,822) includes the following entry-into-force provision:

§ 167 Law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2009, see. However, paragraph 2. …

Act No. 186 of 18. March 200,923) contains the following entry-into-force provisions:

§ 3 paragraph 1. The law shall enter into force on the day after publication in the Lovtidende24).

(2). The law applied to 1) accidents occurring on the commencement date or later, and 2) occupational diseases notified at the commencement date or later.

(3). § 1, nr. 225), have effect for cases to be submitted to the occupational disease Committee on the commencement date or later.

(4). § 1, nr. 626), have effect in cases where injuries have paid compensation and reimbursement amount to the injured or survivors on the commencement date or later.

(5). § 1, nr. 927), have effect for documents sent on the commencement date or later.

(6). § 1, nr. 1028), have effect for cases where injuries shall take a decision on the repayment on the commencement date or later.

(7). § 1, nr. 1129), have effect for all decisions on the resumption, as taken on the commencement date or later.

(8). …

Act No. 392 of 25. may 200,930) includes the following entry-into-force provision:

§ 15 the law shall enter into force on the 1. July 2009, see. However, paragraphs 2 to 7.

(2).

Act No. 483 of 12. June 200,931) includes the following entry-into-force provision:

§ 21 Law shall enter into force on the 1. August 2009, see. However, paragraphs 2 and 3.

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Annex A the following countries are covered by the zone (A):

Member countries of the EUROPEAN UNION, other countries which are full members of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and development (OECD), as well as other countries which have concluded special lending arrangements with The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and is associated with the General Loan Agreement. A country that, as a result of the lack of ability to reschedule its foreign debt, excluded from zone A for a period of 5 years.
Official notes 1) relates to article 37, paragraph 2, and section 56a of the terminal access to information in the register of income.

2) relate to section 45, section 48, paragraph 6, § 55, § 56, § 56 and § 58, paragraph 2, concerning the fællesopkrævnining of the employer's contribution, etc.

3) relates to section 37.

4) relates to article 20, paragraph 4, of the impact of increased folkepensionalder.

5) relates to article 69, § 70, section 70 (a) and section 72.

6) relates to section 72.

7) concerns section 69 and 70.

8) relates to section 12, § 15, § 17, § 27, § 34, section 35, section 35 a, § 36, § 37, § 52 (a), article 58, section 58 (a), section 58 b, § 58 c, section 63a, § 68, § 68 (a), section 69, paragraph 69 (a), section 70, section 70 (a), section 74 and section 85 on the follow-up of the recommendations from the workers ' compensation committees.

9) relates to section 58, 58 (a), section 58 b, paragraph 58 (c), section 63 (a), section 68, paragraph 68 (a), section 69, paragraph 69 (a), section 70, section 70 (a) and section 74 on new industry grouping in the labour market occupational disease insurance, transition to a pay-as-you-go system in the labour market occupational disease insurance, rules about that profits and losses in economic self-supporting industry groups in the labour market occupational disease insurance can be applied over 2 years, and the introduction of a reward system for employers , based on the company's efforts to improve the working environment.

10 § 34) concerns about notification of specific cancer diagnoses.

11) relates to section 36 for an exemption from the notification deadline.

12) relates to article 37 on the exchange of information between municipalities and industrial injuries.

13) relates to section 36, 56 and 57 of obsolescence.

14) relates to section 68, paragraph 69, § 70, section 70 (a) and section 70 (b) on investment policies for the labour market occupational disease insurance.

15 § 70) relate to (a) and section 70 (b).

16) concerns section 69.

17) relates to section 61.

18) the law was published on 18. June 2008 and entered into force on 19. June 2008.

19) relating to § 76 (b) on the supervision of labour market occupational disease insurance.

20) relates to section 62, § 64, § 65, section 65 (a), paragraph 65 b, § 65 c, § 65 f, section 65 in and § 71.

21) relating to § 64, § 65, section 65 (a), paragraph 65 b, § 65 c, § 65 f and § 65 in.

22) relating to § 51, § 51 (a) and section 52.

23) relate to section 5, section 7, paragraph 3, article 9, paragraph 1, section 10 (a), article 26, paragraph 2, article 36, paragraph 4, article 37 (a), section 39 (a), section 40 (a), section 41, paragraph 1, article 44, article 48, paragraph 6, article 49, paragraph 1, section 56 (a) and section 77.

24) Law was published on 19. March 2009 and came into effect on 20 December. March 2009.

25) relates to article 7, paragraph 3.

26) relates to article 26, paragraph 2.

27) relate to section 39 (a).

28) relates to section 40 (a).

29) relates to article 41, paragraph 1.

30) concerns section 69.

31) relates to section 37.