Notice Of Recording And Reporting Of Data In The Field Of Employment For The Statistical Data Warehouse And The Common Data Basis In The National Labour Market Board

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om registrering og indberetning af data på beskæftigelsesområdet til det statistiske datavarehus og det fælles datagrundlag i Arbejdsmarkedsstyrelsen

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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 Registration and reporting of employment measures for recipients of unemployment benefit, etc.

Chapter 2 Registration and reporting of employment measures for non-insured, etc.

Chapter 3 Registration and reporting of conversations held by municipalities on sick leave as well as assessment categories

Chapter 4 recording and reporting of conversations about sick leave incurred by the employer

Chapter 5 recording and reporting of conversations about cv incurred by municipalities

Chapter 6 Registration and reporting of grants for personal assistance for persons with disabilities

   

   
The full text of the Ordinance concerning the registration and reporting of data in the field of employment for the statistical data warehouse and the common data basis in the national labour market Board

Pursuant to § § 62, 65 and 66 (2) of law No. 522 of 24. June 2005 concerning responsibility for and management of active employment efforts, as amended by Act No. 483 of 12. June 2009 shall be determined:

Title I

Data regions

Chapter 1

Recording and reporting of employment measures for recipients of unemployment benefit, etc.

§ 1. The municipality has an obligation to report information relating to employment measures for recipients of unemployment benefit, etc. According to the Cape. 10-12 as well as § 98b of the Act on an active employment efforts.

§ 2. To be recorded and reported information concerning measures for the following persons:





1) Persons covered by section 2, nr. 1 of the Act on an active employment efforts, and

2) persons subject to the notice on subsidies to businesses, which included training agreement with adults.





§ 3. For each measure shall be reported, the following information:





1) For all measures: identification information for the person taking part in the measure.

2) For all measures: Municipality code for reporting municipality.

3) For all measures: Responsible job centre.

4) For all measures: registering job centre.

5) For all measures: a unique key for each measure (training, wage subsidy employment, etc.).

6) For all measures: starting date for each promotion/measure.

7) For all measures: end date for each promotion/measure.

8) For all measures: the hour for each promotion/measure.

9) For all measures: selection of the measure for bottleneck area.

10) For all measures: activation type (economic framework, etc.).

11) job plan: unique key.

12) job plan: date of creation.

13) job plan: date of registration of the establishment.

14) job plan: date of revision.

15) job plan: date of registration of the revision.

16) job plan: employment targets.

17) For business-oriented measures: Jobordreident from Jobnet, if one exists.

18) For business-oriented measures: Type of business-oriented offerings (job order type).

19) For business-oriented measures: activity provider by the CVR and P-number.

20) For business-oriented measures: Address at the place of work.

21) For courses: Course title.

22) For course: DUN-/AMU-kode for educational measure.

23) courses: course type (category management fee).

24) For courses: CVR-number and P-number of company providing the activity.

25) For courses: Address course location.





§ 4. The data referred to in paragraph 3 must be continuously recorded electronically in the municipality's administrative systems, so that the records are in accordance with the authorisation and payment information for the persons concerned.

§ 5. The reported data are used by Social Agency's statistical data warehouse, as well as of the common data basis in the national labour market authority, see. sections 58 and 59 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts.

(2). Data on an individual level is passed on to other public authorities including Statistics.

§ 6. Data shall be recorded in such a way that data can be transmitted in electronic form to the national labour market authority. Alert to the common data basis is done via the it-funk conditionality, as made available by the national labour market authority.

(2). The it functionality, as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be used by either





1) to use the browser-based registry entry in the social portal, or

2) to use the interfaces (Web services), as the national labour market authority has developed, see. sections 35-37.





Chapter 2

Recording and reporting of employment measures for non-insured, etc.

§ 7. The municipality has an obligation to report information relating to employment measures in accordance with Chapter 10-13, § 78 and section 116 of the Act on an active employment efforts, Chapter 4 and Chapter 6 section 30 of the Act on an active social policy, chapters 4 and 5 of section 28 (2) of the Act on integration of aliens in Denmark, see. section 62 of the Act on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts.

§ 8. To be recorded and reported information concerning measures for the following persons:





1) Persons covered by section 2, nr. 2-7, of the Act on active employment efforts

2) persons covered by section 2, nr. 9-10, of the Act on an active employment efforts

3) persons with introductory benefit, as a participant in the 3-year-old introductory program, see. Chapter 4 of the Integration Act,

4) persons, which is self-supporting, which receives Danish lessons or some kind of bid, see. section 16, paragraph 2, and article 23, paragraph 5, of the Integration Act,

5) persons, which is self-supporting with dependants see. section 28 (2) of the Act, and section 30 of the Act on active social policy, IE. where the spouse has an income that exceeds the maximum for payment of public support, and that participating in an offer.





§ 9. For each measure shall be reported, the following information:





1) For all measures: identification information for the person taking part in the measure.

2) For all measures: Municipality code for reporting municipality.

3) For all measures: Measure type with underlying categories.

4) For all measures: starting date for each promotion/measure.

5) For all measures: end date for each promotion/measure.

6) For all measures: average weekly hours for each promotion/measure.

7) For all measures: the main performance for the character of the measure. In the case of self-support or self-sufficiency with dependants is applied to this.

8) For all measures: indication of whether we are talking about an open offer, IE. a quote where the activated only gets paid maintenance for the hours, the person has taken part in the offer and which does not shut down even if the person is not appearing.

9) For all measures: Place code for where the offer takes place.

10) For all measures: CVR-number and P-number of company etc., where the offer takes place. If there cannot be a P-number, please give name and address together with VAT number.

11) For all measures: It is indicated whether there is assigned a mentor system to measure.

12) For traineeship, wage subsidy employment and Flex: Fagkode (minimum 4 digit ISCO-88 classification code) on the measure that person participates.





§ 10. The data referred to in section 9 shall be continuously recorded electronically in the municipality's administrative systems, so that the records are in accordance with the authorisation and payment information for the persons concerned.

§ 11. The reported data are used by Social Agency's statistical data warehouse, as well as of the common data basis in the national labour market authority, see. sections 58 and 59 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts.

(2). Data on an individual level is passed on to other public authorities including statistics.

§ 12. Data shall be recorded in such a way that data can be transmitted in electronic form to the national labour market authority. Alert to the common data basis is done via the it-funk conditionality, as made available by the national labour market authority.

(2). The it functionality, as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be used by either





1) to use the browser-based registry entry in the social portal, or

2) to use the interfaces (Web services), as the national labour market authority has developed, see. sections 35-37.





Chapter 3

Recording and reporting of conversations held by municipalities on sick leave as well as assessment categories

§ 13. The municipality has an obligation to record and report information related to conversations about sick leave incurred by the municipality as well as visitation categories registered by the municipality pursuant to the Act on sickness benefit Chapter 6.

§ 14. For each conversation transmitted the following information:






1) identification information for the person who held conversation with.

2) Municipality code for reporting municipality.

3) Date for the holding of conversation.

4) Interview form.

5) Eligibility category.





§ 15. The data referred to in section 14 shall be continuously recorded electronically in the municipality's administrative systems, so that the records are in accordance with the authorisation and payment information for the persons concerned.

§ 16. The reported data are used by Social Agency's statistical data warehouse, as well as of the common data basis in the national labour market authority, see. sections 58 and 59 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts.

§ 17. Data shall be recorded in such a way that data can be transmitted in electronic form to the national labour market authority. Alert to the common data basis is done via the it-funk conditionality, as made available by the national labour market authority.

(2). The it-funk, which is a public referred to in paragraph 1 shall be used by taking advantage of the interfaces (Web services), as the national labour market authority has developed, see. sections 35-37.

Chapter 4

Recording and reporting of conversations about sick leave incurred by the employer

§ 18. The municipality has an obligation to record and report information related to conversations about sick leave incurred by the employer in accordance with the law on sickness benefit Chapter 5 (a).

§ 19. For each conversation, the following information must be reported:





1) identification information for the person who held conversation with.

2) VAT number on the reporting company.

3) Date for the holding of conversation.





§ 20. The data referred to in article 19 shall be continuously recorded electronically in the municipality's administrative systems, so that the records are in accordance with the authorisation and payment information for the persons concerned.

§ 21. The reported data are used by Social Agency's statistical data warehouse, as well as of the common data basis in the national labour market authority, see. sections 58 and 59 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts.

§ 22. Data shall be recorded in such a way that data can be transmitted in electronic form to the national labour market authority. Reporting is done via the it functionality that is made available by the national labour market authority.

Chapter 5

Recording and reporting of conversations about cv incurred by municipalities

§ 23. The municipality has an obligation to report information relating to job seekers work and educational background, etc. (cv) pursuant to the Cape. 6 of the Act on an active employment efforts, as well as Chapter 5 of the Act on integration of aliens in Denmark. The alert includes the conversation by the municipality pursuant to section 14 of the Act on an active employment efforts and section 25 of the Act on integration of aliens in Denmark must hold, and where it is necessary to ensure that the information which is inlaid in the Jobnet is satisfactory.

§ 24. To be recorded and transmitted information on the following persons:





1) Persons receiving cash assistance or start Help for the Act on active social policy simply because of availability, see. § 2, nr. 2, of the Act on an active employment efforts, and

2) those entitled to integration allowance simply because of availability after the Act on integration of aliens in Denmark.





§ 25. For each person, the following information must be reported:





1) identification information for that person.

2) Municipality code for reporting municipality.

3) Date for the holding of conversation.





section 26. The data referred to in article 25 shall be continuously recorded electronically in the municipality's administrative systems, so that the records are in accordance with the authorisation and payment information for the persons concerned.

§ 27. The reported data are used by Social Agency's statistical data warehouse, as well as of the common data basis in the national labour market authority, see. sections 58 and 59 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts.

section 28. Data shall be recorded in such a way that data can be transmitted in electronic form to the national labour market authority. Alert to the common data basis is done via the it-funk conditionality, as made available by the national labour market authority.

(2). The it-funk, which is a public referred to in paragraph 1 shall be used by taking advantage of the interfaces (Web services), as the national labour market authority has developed, see. sections 35-37.

Chapter 6

Recording and reporting of grants for personal assistance for persons with disabilities

section 29. The municipality has an obligation to report information relating to reimbursement for personal assistance to persons with disabilities pursuant to the law on compensation to disabled people in the profession, etc.

section 30. To be recorded and transmitted information on the following persons:





1) persons covered by reimbursement for personal assistance for persons with disabilities in the profession, see. sections 4 and 5 of the law on compensation to disabled people in professions, etc., and

2) persons covered by reimbursement for personal assistance for persons with disabilities under the continuing education, see. section 14 of the law on compensation to disabled people in the profession, etc.





section 31. For each of the groups of persons referred to in section 30 must be reported, the following information:





1) identification information for person with disabilities.

2) Municipality code for reporting municipality.

3) VAT number of the company receiving the grant.

4) Start date for the allocation of grants.

5) end date for the allocation of grants.

6) Allocated on average hours per week.





section 32. The data referred to in section 31 must be continuously recorded electronically in the municipality's administrative systems, so that the records are in accordance with the municipality's appropriations of reimbursement for personal assistance for persons with disabilities.

section 33. The reported data are used by the national labour market authority for statistical purposes, see. section 59 of the Act on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts.

§ 34. Data shall be recorded in such a way that data can be transmitted in electronic form to the national labour market authority. Alert to the common data basis is done via the it-funk conditionality, as made available by the national labour market authority.

Section II

Web services

section 35. For the areas where transmission is done via webservice, concluded a connection agreement between the national labour market Board and the controller decreases. In the connection agreement lays down the procedures for the national labour market authority Web service solution, including abate's warranty for it security, interface descriptions, Web standards, test before commissioning, guidelines for notification to the Data Inspectorate, etc.

§ 36. The data responsible purchaser of the developed Web services shall bear all costs, including the costs of testing, preparation of documentation, support, and similar expenses.

Non-compliance with the conditions for connection and the detailed specifications for Web services

section 37. The national labour market authority may close for acquiring access to the data controller to register via Web services, see. section 35, if the data controller does not comply with the conditions for connection and the detailed specifications for Web services.

Changes and replacement of the municipality's administrative systems

section 38. By modification or replacement of the municipality's administrative systems, which may have an impact on data quality, system must be under the direction of the national labour market authority within 40 working days before the change is deployed.

Title III

Date of entry into force provisions

§ 39. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. August 2009, see. However, paragraphs 2 to 6.

(2). Chapter 1, section 3, nr. 10 shall enter into force on the 1. January 2010.

(3). Registrations after chapter 3 shall enter into force on 5 March. October 2009. The reports begin with retroactive effect from 5. October 2009, when the technical reporting solution via Web service is releaset.

(4). Chapter 4 shall enter into force on 4 February. January 2010.

(5). Registrations after chapter 5 shall enter into force on the 1. August 2009. The reports begin with retroactive effect from 1. August 2009, when the technical reporting solution via Web service is releaset.

(6). Registrations after chapter 6 shall enter into force on the 1. August 2009. The reports begin with retroactive effect from 1. August 2009, when the technical reporting solution will be made available.

§ 40. Executive Order No. 741 of 29. June 2006 concerning the transmission of information on labour market policy measures (AMPHORA) in the municipality for the common data basis is repealed by Chapter 2 of this order.
Arbejdsmarkedsstyreslen, on 10 October. July 2009 Marie Hansen/Klaus Henrik langager