|Chapter 1||Scope and definitions|
|Chapter 2||Pligtig digital communication between a-box and members|
|Chapter 3||Information on digital communication A-bank|
|Chapter 4||Judication of digital communication|
|Chapter 5||Exemption options|
|Chapter 6||Deletion of digital mail|
|Chapter 7||Secure digital mail solutions|
|Chapter 8||Digital communication between a-boxes and certain authorities and a-boxes between|
|Chapter 9||Revisor's declaration|
|Chapter 10||Documentation and storage|
|Chapter 11||Entry into force.|
Publication of the digital communications in the insurance insurance
In accordance with Article 91 (1), 11, and § 100 b (3) (b), 1 and 2, in the Act of Unemployment Insurance, etc., cf. Law Order no. 1101 of 12. September 2013 as amended by law no. 1610 of 26. In December 2013, after negotiation with the Employment Board :
Scope and definitions
§ 1. This notice lays down detailed rules on digital communications in the unemployment insurance between :
1) a-box and a member of the cashier,
2) the cashier and the persons seeking to become a member of the box (applicants),
3) a-box and the former members of the box, which have been subject to the obligations of digital communications (former members), as members of the Member States,
4) the boxes and certain authorities ; and
5) The boxes.
Paragraph 2. Chapter 2-7 relates to digital communication between the members of the box and the members of the box, applicants and former members. Chapter 8 relates to digital communication between a-box and certain authorities and a cashiers between.
§ 2. The rules of this notice relate to written communication as part of the casework.
Pligtig digital communication between a-box and members
§ 3. The A-box can introduce a duty to the members of the digital communication, in whole or in part, in the areas that are administered by a-case.
Paragraph 2. A-box can introduce a duty to digital communications for applicants.
Paragraph 3. A-box can introduce a duty to digital communications for former members.
Information on digital communication A-bank
§ 4. The A-box has to inform all Members per one. Letter of the first time, the box is introducing dutiful digital communications. The information must be given at least four weeks prior to the impact of the decision on dedicated digital communications. The letter can be sent digitally or by Lettermail. It is the responsibility of the teller that information is given in such a way that all Members receive the information.
Paragraph 2. The information provided for in paragraph 1 1 shall contain information on :
1) Which of the areas covered by obligations digital communication.
2) Instructions and instructions for instructions, cf. § 10.
3) The legal effect of the digital communication, cf. § 11.
4) Possibility of the obligation to exempt digital communication, cf. § 12.
§ 5. At the same time, when a person enlisted in the case of a box, the case of the register must also provide information about digital communication. The information shall contain the information set out in section 4 (4). 2.
Paragraph 2. When a Member arises or is transferred to another (a) box, the case of access to own documents in the digital post of a postal solution must be provided in the case of the issue of the release or transfer.
§ 6. When a member seeks services, etc. from the case of a case, the crate shall inform the Member about the obligation of digital communication. The information shall contain the information set out in section 4 (4). 2.
§ 7. If a single-box that has had dedicated digital communication wants to go back to communication by correspondence in some or all areas shall inform the members of the Member State concerned of that. The information must be given at least four weeks before the change takes effect.
§ 8. The A-card's website will contain information on digital communication with a case of a case. The information must be made available to both Members and applicants as former members of the case of a fund.
§ 9. If a general IT crash, etc. prevents digital communication between the case and the members, the box has a duty to inform the members of the obstacle as soon as possible, and to establish a solution that will remedy the problem.
Paragraph 2. The case of the case, as the Member, must help to alleviate the consequences of a general IT crash, etc.
Paragraph 3. If a member because of general IT crash must be prevented from communicating with a case, the relationship will only be effective when the obstacle is no longer present.
§ 10. When a box has established dedicated digital communication, the box has a duty to grant a request to the Member requesting the necessary guidance and instruction. The A box shall also, at the request, provide the necessary guidance and instruction to an applicant or a former member if the case has established a compulsory digital communication for the person group.
Paragraph 2. The A case shall make personal and individual telephone support available to a member who receives benefits from a case. The support must be available outside of normal working hours, when applicable.
Judication of digital communication
§ 11. There is an obligation to use digital communication when the box has entered it, cf. However, the exemption options in section 12.
Paragraph 2. The requirement implies that a case of a binding effect can send / drop out of the documents, etc. in the digital mail solution available to the case. Similarly, the member, claimant or the former member, shall send the member, the applicant or the former member, the member, the applicant or the previous member of the document, to the box in the digital mail solution with binding effect.
Paragraph 3. This may have consequences for the rights of the person concerned, according to the law on unemployment insurance, etc., if a member, an applicant or a former member does not keep informed of the content of the digital mail solution.
Paragraph 4. It may have consequences for the rights of the person concerned, in accordance with the law on unemployment insurance, etc., if a Member who receives benefits and has to be made available to the labour market does not keep informed about the content of the digital digital age ; Postal solution.
Paragraph 5. A digital message is considered to have arrived when it is available for the message address.
§ 12. A member, an applicant or a former member may be relieved to communicate digitally with a case, if the person concerned on faith and law in writing declares to be subject to at least one of the following exemption grounds :
1) Cognitive function reduction where the function is prevented by communicating digitally with a box.
2) Physical action reduction in which the operation is prevented by communicating digitally with a box.
3) Missing access to computer with Internet connectivity in its own home. With missing access to computer, the fact that this person does not have access to use a computer is equivalent to the fact that the person is not in their own home.
4) This person is registered in the Central Person Register as issued by Denmark.
5) The person is no longer registered with permanent residence or permanent residence in the CPR, cf. The CPR Act, section 6, section. 1 and 2, but are recorded as being without fixed domicile in the CPR, cf. The CPR Act, section 6, section. 4.
6) Lingual barriers, consisting of a lack of control of Danish, which makes it difficult for the relevant communication to communicate digitally with a box.
7) Practical difficulties for a person having a residence or place of residence outside Denmark, providing or using the digital signature that a case is taking.
8) The person ' s domicile is situated in an area where there is no broadband connection with a calculated downstream flow rate of at least 512 kbps.
9) Temporarily cut off from access to computer with Internet connection due to stay in hospital, nursing homes, inaugucements in prison, etc.
Paragraph 2. A-box shall take a decision on exemption from paragraph 1. 1. The exemption for persons referred to in paragraph 1 shall be subject to 1, no. 1-8 applies to at least two years from the time of execution. For persons covered by paragraph 1. 1, no. 9 shall apply as long as the person concerned is temporarily cut off from the computer using Internet access.
Paragraph 3. In good time before the exemption expires, cf. paragraph 2, a box shall obtain information from the person concerned as to whether the exemption is still present and whether the person concerned wants a new period of exemption.
Paragraph 4. A person who has been exempted from paragraph 1. 1, at any time, may terminate the exemption from the case of a cashion.
Paragraph 5. If a member is transferred to another a case, the person concerned shall apply for the exemption provided for in paragraph 1. One, in the new one-box.
Paragraph 6. When a person is exempt from digital communication with a box after this provision, the communication between a-box and the person concerned is carried out by the person concerned. Lettermail.
§ 13. If a single-box that has introduced dedicated digital communications receives correspondence from a member, an applicant or a former non-exempt member that is not exempt from digital communication, cf. § 12, must a-box per the letter of correspondence shall acknowledge receipt of the information transmitted and weighted on the obligation of digital communication, etc. The guide shall contain the information provided for in section 4 (4). In the case of paragraph 2, it shall contain information that if a box receives a letter of correspondence, the box may decide on the Member's right to exemption, cf. § 12.
Paragraph 2. If a box is received by letter from a person who received instructions from paragraph 1. 1, a-box may decide on the right of the person to be exempt from the digital communication with the a case, cf. § 12. The A box shall, by means of the decision, follow the rules relating to partshings, etc. in the notice of the requirements for the casework and decisions of the cases. If the person concerned does not have the right to exemption, cf. Article 12 of the Decision shall state that correspondence as a case may be declined and that the rejection may be significant for the right to benefits, etc.
Paragraph 3. Until the case of a box has taken a decision, cf. paragraph 2, and the decision shall be notified to the person concerned. correspondence shall communicate the communication between the relevant and a box to a box by the person concerned. Lettermail.
Deletion of digital mail
§ 14. Documents that are in the digital mail solution cannot be deleted by a case, cf. however, paragraph 1 2.
Paragraph 2. Documents located in the digital post solution more than five years after the transfer to another a box, enacted by a box or death, may be deleted from the case of a casing.
Secure digital mail solutions
§ 15. The A box will provide a secure digital mail solution available to the members. The same shall apply where the case of a register imposes compulsory digital communications for applicants and former members of the case of a case.
Paragraph 2. The A-box must correct the secure digital mail solution, cf. paragraph 1, therefore, that the safety of communications and processing of documents in the digital mail solution is also in compliance with the requirements in the notice of protection of personal data processed by the person concerned ; public administration (safety notice).
Paragraph 3. For the identification of a member, an applicant or a former member of the digital post solution of a representative, NemID, digital signature or other safe solution must be used, which meets the requirements of the notice of : safeguards for the protection of personal data processed in the case of public administration (the security announcement).
Paragraph 4. The A case has a duty to keep the technical solution informed.
Digital communication between a-boxes and certain authorities and a-boxes between
§ 16. The A boxes shall exchange all documents and decisions with the Health and Safety Board and the Management Board and Recruitment on a secure Internet connection.
§ 17. When a case of data exchanges digital, a secure Internet connection must be carried out.
§ 18. For the digital exchange of information, cf. sections 16 and 17 must use a strong encryption and security in connection with the communication to comply with the notification of safeguards for the protection of personal data processed for the public sector ; administration (safety notice).
§ 19. A Treasurer ' s sovereign auditor shall at least once annually check and declare ;
1) the establishment of the (a) caveat system for digital communication covered by this notice is sufficiently secure to receive, process and send digital communications and provide adequate safety procedures ;
2) the whole IT system for the processing of digital communications is, by the way, following the rules of this notice, and
3) the establishment of a business, description of the IT system and a-kassens IT security policy concerning the IT scrapper IT system for digital communication is designed to satisfy the rules on the supervision of the recognised recognised ; Administration of the unemployment rate.
Documentation and storage
20. Documents and certificates must be kept in accordance with the rules in the notice of the supervision of the administration and publication of the recognised unemployed persons and the publication of the affinity of the equilibility of a box.
Paragraph 2. For the storage of documentation and associated certificates, the cases must apply routines for registration (logging) and journaling (storage) that are determined in such a way as to ensure the proof of the evidence in the applicable ; the periods of retention.
Entry into force.
§ 21. The announcement shall enter into force on the 30. December, 2013, cf. however, paragraph 1 2.
Paragraph 2. section 19 shall enter into force on 1. January 2014, with effect for the 2014 financial year.
Paragraph 3. Publication no. 901 of 3. However, September 2012 on secure electronic and telephone communications etc. in the unemployment insurance is hereby repealed, so that it is applicable for the review for the financial year 2013.
Labour market management, the 27th. December 2013
/ Hanne Lyngesen