|Chapter 1||Tasks of the Tvistiency Board|
|Chapter 2||Composition of the viciency of the board|
|Chapter 3||Case preparation in the Board of Tvistificibility|
|Chapter 4||Tvistility jurors handling cases|
|Chapter 5||Decisions of the Council of Tvistility|
|Chapter 6||Decisions to be taken by the decisions of the Tvistiency Board|
|Chapter 7||Expenses in connection with the operation of the Tvisticiency Board|
|Chapter 8||Entry into force|
Publication of the Board of Tvistificibility
Under section 64, paragraph 4. 6, in the law on vocational training, cf. Law Order no. 171 out of 2. March, 2011, as amended by Section 1 of Act 1. 210 of 5. March 2012 shall be determined :
Tasks of the Tvistiency Board
§ 1. The Board of Tvistility shall deal with disputes between pupils and undertakings, cf. the section 65 (5) of the training officer. 1 and 2, and shall take a decision in such cases.
Composition of the viciency of the board
§ 2. The Board of Tvistility shall consist of a chairman and two permanent members.
§ 3. The Member shall accalate to each case by two members appointed by the relevant organisations within the training area in question, so that one member is designated by the employer since and one of the workers since, in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 1. ~ § 17 and 23 (4)) 3.
§ 4. The company ' s activities shall be subject to the rules of the Administrative Code.
Paragraph 2. Questions relating to possible inhability to the members of the jury shall, as far as possible, be determined before the proceedings are dealt with in the case of the proceedings themselves.
Paragraph 3. The Member States ' members shall be bound by professional secrecy in accordance with the rules governing confidentiality of persons acting in the public service or in the office of office.
§ 5. The Board shall establish its own internal rules of procedure, which shall be subject to approval by the Ministry of Children and Education.
§ 6. The Ministry of Children and Education shall provide the secretarial assistance to the Board.
Case preparation in the Board of Tvistificibility
Outgoing Conciliation Negotiations
§ 7. Tviesons cannot be submitted for the Tvistifility Board, before conciliation has been attempted by the professional committee, cf. the section 63 of vocational training.
Paragraph 2. The appeal shall be accompanied by a declaration by the committee responsible for the establishment of the Tvistificiency Board, stating that the conciliation efforts in the dispute in question shall be considered as exhausted, cf. § 8 (3) 4, no. 2.
Paragraph 3. If it is the case that conciliation proceedings have been attempted by others other than the trade union committee, the secretariat of the Board shall immediately send the matter to the professional committee in order to make it possible to make a conciliation procedure following section 63 of the vocational training law. Where the professional committee declares that the reconciliation efforts in the dispute in question are considered to be exhausted, the case may be promoted for the name of the Board.
§ 8. The person who wishes to see a case examined by the Board of Tvistiality shall submit a written complaint to the Board.
Paragraph 2. The complaint shall be sent electronically to the email address of the Tvistissnet : TVIST@UVM.DK unless special conditions prevent the complaint being transmitted electronically.
Paragraph 3. The complaint shall include the following information :
1) The name and address of the Parties, including the indication of a postal address to which notifications to the complainant concerning the case can be sent, and where notification of the complainant may occur.
2) Indication of the content of the dispute.
3) The contention of the stock with an indication of the amount of the claim.
4) The arguments that support the opinion of the complainant.
5) Information on the possible representation of complaints and his or his email address or postal address, where special conditions prevent the representative of complaints from electronic mail.
Paragraph 4. The complaint shall be accompanied by the following documentation :
1) Copy of the Education Agreement.
2) COPY OF THE Conciliation Meeting in the Technical Committee, cf. Section 7 (2). 2.
3) Copy of other documents which the complainant intends to invoke.
Paragraph 5. It must also be reported in the complaint, whether or not by the negotiation meeting in the Board of the Board, the parties or other persons (witnesses) have been submitted. The name and the postal address of the case shall be provided for other parties. The appeal shall be made by the complainant of any witnesses in the case.
Paragraph 6. Where there is a dispute between the parties, whether a training agreement has been concluded in accordance with the law of vocational training, the chairman of the jury may, irrespective of the provision set out in paragraph 1. 4, no. 1, in exceptional cases, decide that the Board may address the matter.
§ 9. The secretariat of the Board shall ensure that the complaint satisfies the collars in paragraph 8 before the case is fed to the Board for the Board of Board.
Paragraph 2. Do not refills the claim in section 8 (3). 3, no. 1-5, and paragraph 1. 4, no. The complainant shall be given an appropriate time limit for remeding the deficiencies.
Service and response
§ 10. The secretariat of the Committee shall allow the complaint to be proclaimed by the complaint on the basis of the particulars contained in the complaint. At the same time, in the service of the service, a guide to the complainin of what the complainingman should make to the trademark of his interests.
Paragraph 2. The service of the complaint is carried out by postal service, cf. the rules of the law of the contract for postal service.
§ 11. The secretariat of the Committee shall be subject to the submission of a written notice within a prescribed time limit. The free period must not normally be less than four weeks.
Paragraph 2. The reply reply is sent electronically to the email address of the Tvistiednet Board : TVIST@UVM.DK unless special conditions prevent the reply-to-be sent electronically. At the same time, with the submission to the Board, send a copy of the reply text and the documents to the complainant.
Paragraph 3. The letter of the complaint shall contain the following information :
1) Reallegation's allegation.
2) Indication of any counterclaims.
3) The arguments that support the opinion of the claim are the same.
4) Copy of the documents and other evidence that complained intends to invoke.
5) Inserting the position of the proceedings, including the notification of whether the objections will be met by the proceedings of the Board, see it in accordance with the procedure. § 12.
6) Information on possible representation for complainant and his or his email address or postal address, where special conditions prevent the representative of the complainant in receipt of electronic mail.
Paragraph 4. It must also be stated in the reply statement, whether the Conference of the Parties should be given an explanation of the parties or other persons (witnesses) at the negotiation meeting in the next session. The name and the postal address of the case shall be provided for other parties. Inclamation of the objections shall be the call for any witnesses in the case.
§ 12. The Secretariat, in connection with the transmission of the complaint, requests in writing to notify the Office of the Board of the Board whether or not the intention is to give a meeting of the proceedings.
Paragraph 2. In writing, in writing, that he / she does not wish to appear on the matter, the Board of the Board shall inform the Secretariat of the complaint, with a request for the comments of a complaint to a possible written examination of the case. In this context, the storage period shall not normally be less than two weeks in the context of a response period.
Paragraph 3. The President of the Committee may, in the light of the circumstances of the case and the comments of the complains, see paragraph 2, take a decision that the matter should be settled on a written basis according to the rules laid down in section 23.
Paragraph 4. The Parties shall be informed of the decision by the President on the decision of the case on a written basis and a period of normally not less than four weeks shall be given in order to submit any closing remarks in the case.
§ 13. The secretariat of the Committee shall notify, in the case of the transmission of the complaint, that the case-if the response shift is not rendered-will be decided on the basis of the appeal annexes with the additional information which the Board shall consider necessary for : subject to the decision, cf. § 22.
Tvistility jurors handling cases
§ 14. If the parties in the case compromise before the proceedings are dealt with in the Board, the Board of the Board shall immediately be informed in writing.
§ 15. Complainas may at any time increase the case unless the complainor has taken a separate claim on the case. Where complaints raise the matter, the secretariat of the Board and the other shall be informed in writing of this matter immediately.
§ 16. The parties are convened to the oral debate in the Board of Inventions. The submission of the call to the complainant shall be carried out with a registered letter or in a reassuring manner.
Paragraph 2. The Parties may, within a time limit, notify the Secretariat of the Board of the Board that they want a retraction of the case. The free period must not normally be less than three weeks.
Paragraph 3. Any additional omissions of the matter after the date of the meeting may be carried out only where special circumstances apply.
§ 17. The Secretariat of the Committee shall, within a prescribed period of normally three weeks, be requested by the relevant organisations within the training area in question to appoint each member, cf. section 3, for the oral handling of the case.
§ 18. The next meeting of the Board shall be held in Copenhagen unless otherwise determined by the President of the Board.
Paragraph 2. The next meeting of the Member States shall be public unless the Board of the Board decides otherwise.
§ 19. In the case of the handling of the case in the Board, the complainant and enslaved face of the Board shall be personally in the name of the Board, unless they have a legal decline.
Paragraph 2. The President is in charge of the oral debate for the Board, and the questioning of parties and witnesses will take place in accordance with the President's instructions.
20. If complaints or complainated or any of the members of the Board of Appeal appointed in the name of the Board have a legal decline, the President may suspend the sitting in the shortest possible time.
Paragraph 2. The President may, moreover, suspend the sitting when the decision is necessary.
§ 21. The proceedings shall not be subject to any complaints relating to the proceedings for the Board of the Board, unless the information is available to them that they have legally decluned. The decision to remove a case shall be taken by the President.
§ 22. If no reply has been filed, the matter shall be settled on the basis on which it is available, unless the Board wants further information from the complainant.
Paragraph 2. If any new information is provided, cf. paragraph The first of which is crucial to the outcome of the case, before the refusal of the Board shall take a decision, shall be submitted to the complainal.
Paragraph 3. Indepicted, even though legal indolded, from the oral examination in the refusal to receive a reply, the matter shall be promoted on the basis of available documents and the explanations given for the Board of Injury.
-23. In the case notified to the Board of the Board, the person concerned does not wish to appear in the case, the chairman of the Board may decide that the matter should be settled by written procedure, cf. the section 64 (4) of the vocational training and training. 5.
Paragraph 2. The chairman may, however, be able to reverse the decision taken in accordance with paragraph 1. If, in the circumstances of the case, it is most appropriate that the case should be passed to the oral debate in the name of the Board.
Paragraph 3. The Secretariat of the Committee shall, within a prescribed period of normally three weeks, be requested by the relevant organisations within the training area in question to appoint each member, cf. section 3, for the written examination of the case.
Paragraph 4. The secretariat of the Board shall forward the case to the chairman of the Board and the permanent members and to the two designated members in accordance with the said procedure, cf. paragraph 3.
Paragraph 5. The members of the voting office shall submit their written vote in the matter to the chairman of the jury within a time limit. The free period must not normally be less than four weeks.
Paragraph 6. Decision in cases taken in writing shall be followed by the rules set out in section 24 (2). 2-5.
Decisions of the Council of Tvistility
§ 24. If the case cannot be reconccated at the next meeting of the Board, the Board shall take a decision on the matter by the ruling.
Paragraph 2. The ruling may be repealed, as well as the claim that damages and compensation may be awarded to the harmful compensation and compensation. the section 65 (5) of the training officer. 1.
Paragraph 3. The decision shall be taken by the ballot. In the absence of a majority in favour of a decision, the President's vote will be forgiving.
Paragraph 4. The rulings of the jury shall contain a decision on the manner in which the costs are to be kept.
Paragraph 5. The judgments of the jury and the settlements for the board shall be enforceable under the rules of law on the enforcement of judgments and in the domestic court.
Decisions to be taken by the decisions of the Tvistiency Board
§ 25. The person ' s recognition may not later than eight weeks after the submission of a decision by the parties to the courts in accordance with the procedure laid down in the case of the proceedings. the section 65 (5) of the training officer. 4.
Expenses in connection with the operation of the Tvisticiency Board
SECTION 26. The costs of the Board ' s undertaking concerning premises, office teams, etc. and, where appropriate, travel expenses to the members and secretaries of the Board shall be borne by the treasury.
§ 27. Travel expenses and graduates for the meeting of the Board of the Board on a case may be borne by the President-in-Office of the State. Expenditure shall be covered by cheapest rates in accordance with the rules laid down for the official time and day and day allowance of the State officials.
Paragraph 2. Travel expenses and repayment of the persons designated by the parties to give an explanation of the board may be covered by the President-in-Office of the State in accordance with the same rates as for witnesses pursuant to the law of the law.
Entry into force
§ 28. The announcement shall enter into force 1. July 2012, and shall have effect on the cases which have been injured after this period of time.
Paragraph 2. Publication no. 896 of 6. In November 1992 on the Tvistility Board shall be repealed.
The Quality of Ability, the 29th. June 2012
/ Pernille Ulla Knudsen