The Law On The Financing Of The Activities Of The Institute Of Occupational Health And

Original Language Title: Laki työterveyslaitoksen toiminnasta ja rahoituksesta

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In accordance with the decision of Parliament section 1 of the occupational health and safety and provides for: health research and service activities for the Finnish Institute of occupational health, which is an independent body governed by public law. Institute of occupational health is based in the city of Helsinki.
Institute of occupational health organization composed of national centres of excellence. The regional Institute of occupational health locations provides state by means of a Council regulation. (on 22 December 2005/1178)
Finnish Institute of occupational health works with the Ministry of Social Affairs and health management and under supervision.


section 2 (13 December 2001/1287) Institute of occupational health's mission is to engage and promote the interaction between work and health research, as well as deal with the purpose of personal information, the status of the development of the research of the health of workers and of the monitoring task. In addition, the Finnish Institute of occupational health to perform in a work environment of health hazards in the workplace, or otherwise for the prevention and removal of the statement and the harm, measurement and service activities. Finnish Institute of occupational health to pursue an independent health care services, nursing and laboratory activities of occupational diseases, occupational and work-related diseases in order to prevent, as well as the ability to establish, manage and assess. Finnish Institute of occupational health to pursue a programme of training, related to their sector as required in the publication and promotion of information activities and to carry out other tasks assigned to it by and.


2. (a) section (on 20 January 2006/52), the Finnish Institute of occupational health can build 2 measurements and in section in the management of the laboratory activities resulting from exposure of workers to the data of the register and the biological exposure exposure measurements työhygieenisten measurements of the registry. The above registers may be labelled with the name of the person and the identification of the affected person, as well as information on the quality of the workplace, the employer, the duration of exposure and the exposure time of the measurement, and opinions. In addition, the information may be entered in the register of biological exposure measurements of sample analyses.
Finnish Institute of occupational health to maintain a register of occupational diseases, occupational diseases and other work-related diseases research, analysis and prevention, as well as for the development of diagnosis and treatment. The registry can be used to deposit the person name, personal identification number, occupation, employer and workplace, the nature and duration of the exposure, the quality of the recording and the disease, as well as the harm and sickness leave, the adoption of the decision of the insurance institution as an occupational illness and death caused by the disease, as well as compensation trade. Institute of occupational health for the right of access to information on the supervision of occupational safety and health provides a record of work-related diseases and the law on workplace työsuojeluyhteistoiminnasta (44/2006) article 46 (a), in respect of accidents at work and occupational disease Act (459/2015) article 262 's law on accidents at work and occupational diseases (873/2015), section 9, paragraph 158. (7.8.2015/890)

L:lla 890/2015 modified 2 shall enter into force on the 1.1.2016. The previous wording: Finnish Institute of occupational health to maintain a register of occupational diseases, occupational diseases and other work-related diseases research, analysis and prevention, as well as for the development of diagnosis and treatment. The registry can be used to deposit the person name, personal identification number, occupation, employer and workplace, the nature and duration of the exposure, the quality of the recording and the disease, as well as the harm and sickness leave, the adoption of the decision of the insurance institution as an occupational illness and death caused by the disease, as well as compensation trade. Institute of occupational health for the right of access to information on the supervision of occupational safety and health provides a record of work-related diseases and the law on workplace työsuojeluyhteistoiminnasta (44/2006) article 46 (a), in respect of accidents at work and occupational disease Act (459/2015) section 262 and accident insurance (1026/1981), section 23 (3). (24.4.2015/467)

L:lla 467/2015 modified 2 shall enter into force on the 1.1.2016. The previous wording: Finnish Institute of occupational health to maintain a register of occupational diseases, occupational diseases and other work-related diseases research, analysis and prevention, as well as for the development of diagnosis and treatment. The registry can be used to deposit the person name, personal identification number, occupation, employer and workplace, the nature and duration of the exposure, the quality of the recording and the disease, as well as the harm and sickness leave, the adoption of the decision of the insurance institution as an occupational illness and death caused by the disease, as well as compensation trade. Institute of occupational health for the right of access to information on the supervision of occupational safety and health provides a record of work-related diseases and the law on workplace työsuojeluyhteistoiminnasta (44/2006) section 46, the accident insurance Act (608/1948), section 64 (d) and the farmers ' accident insurance Act (1026/1981), section 23 (3).
You can use the exposure measurements, registers, Finnish Institute of occupational health and occupational disease registry information about the field of research and investigation activities and to hand over information about the identified for the purposes of scientific research by the Act on the openness of government activities (621/1999) provides in article 28.
As a source of material for research and study activities, valuable exposure measurements, as well as registers of work-related diseases, the registry information is retained permanently by the national archives service separately.
Finnish Institute of occupational health can in addition to the activities provided for in article 2 to produce exclusively for the account of other health care facilities, to make the respective studies, personal evaluation activity and other activity associated with the studies and in accordance with the consent of the data subject person's measurements, as well as to maintain and use the information in their fields of research and study.


section 2 (b) (13 December 2001/1287), Finnish Institute of occupational health can also be collected, stored and processed in the 2 and 2 (a) in order to carry out the tasks referred to in article the necessary biological, tissue-, occupational hygiene and other samples.
Research and studies (2) and (2) (a) of this section, any sensitive data to be processed under the treatment need to be assessed with the personal data Act (523/1999), in accordance with article 12 (2) at least every five years.


section 3 of the Institute of occupational health in order to finance the activities carried out in the State in the annual statement of revenue and expenditure of the State each year as a proportion of the approved activities, according to the extent of four-fifths of the Ministry of Social Affairs and health costs in accordance with the budget approved by the institution.
The statement of revenue and expenditure within the limits of the institution of occupational safety and health-occupational safety and health protection at work is to research and service activities related to specific tasks or specific support functions for the State to give added help.


3. (a) section (30.12.2013/1198), the institution of occupational health are carried out within the limits of the State budget on the basis of State resources, for calculation purposes, the amount of money in the costs incurred by the University in accordance with the training programme approved by the advice of the occupational health-care erikoislääkärikoulutuksesta.
The amount of the grant is for the previous three-year average number of qualifications, multiplied by the amount of the compensation provided for by the tutkintokohtaisella, the Ministry of Social Affairs and health.
Finnish Institute of occupational health can cost money compensation for the universities, the private healthcare Act (152/1990), section 2, for services to the producers referred to in (private health service providers) and health huoltolain (1383/2001), paragraph 7, of the service providers referred to in paragraph 2 (health centres operated by the employer) of the cost of their health-care specialists. In addition, the Finnish Institute of occupational health can use the amount of money in the cost of health care by specialists.
The Ministry of Social Affairs and health regulation provides for: 1 the number of the allocation of the money;)
2. the criteria and procedures for) the compensation for carrying out private health service providers and health stations operated by the employer shall be terminated.

L:lla 1198/13 added section 3 (a) is temporarily valid 1.1.2014 – 31.12.2017.



3 (b) of section (30.12.2013/1198) if the University used the occupational health-care erikoislääkärikoulutukseen private health services by health status, health and safety at work or to the employer institution may pay the insured the amount referred to in article 3 (a) of the money compensation for the private health services, managed by the producer or the employer's occupational health station every six months, on application by the person providing the training. The Ministry of Social Affairs and health Decree lays down provisions on the procedure for the application.
If the private health services for the producer becomes eligible to receive compensation for occupational health erikoislääkärikoulutuksesta health huoltolain (1326/2010), on the basis of this law, it shall not be remunerated for their services.

The recipients of the compensation to be made annually by the occupational health service with an analysis of section 3 (a) of the compensation pursuant to subparagraph (3). Institute of occupational health will be provided annually to the Ministry of Social Affairs and health survey 3 (a) of the amount of money received under section 3 (a), under the activities of the institution's own resources, of the occupational health-care erikoislääkärikoulutuksesta as well as a summary of universities, employers and private health service providers by health at work stations received by way of compensation. The Ministry of Social Affairs and health Decree lays down provisions on the procedure for the adoption of the reports.
To monitor the accuracy of the claims, the Ministry of Social Affairs and health has the right to inspect the activities of the Institute of occupational health, and receiving compensation and health have the right to inspect the activities of receiving compensation. For inspection purposes, the Ministry of Social Affairs and health, and health is the right to be salassapitosäännösten and free of charge, access to information without prejudice to the other restrictions on the access to the necessary information, documents and other material.

L:lla 1198/13 added section 3 (b) is temporarily valid 1.1.2014 – 31.12.2017.



section 4 (17.12.1993/1290) Institute of occupational health for the Council of State shall be appointed by the senior management of three calendar years at a time on the Board, which, according to the regulation, more specifically, in terms of health and safety at work and health in the Member States are represented in the development of the key authorities and organizations. Institute of occupational health administration provides more detail.


section 5 of the Finnish Institute of occupational health (17.12.1993/1290) can make commitments, to get over the rights, position and to respond to, as well as owning property. Finnish Institute of occupational health to conduct a business activity that supports the purpose of the implementation of the Institute of occupational health.


section 6 (17.12.1993/1290) Institute of occupational health services charges, account is to be taken into account, where applicable, by the law of the State fee (150/92).


7 section (17 November 2000/961), the members of the Management Board and the activities of the persons of the institution shall apply to the provisions relating to criminal responsibility.


section 8 (18.9.2015/1182) Health institution must have the clearance of the accounts of the Government and for the two auditors, one of whom must be a CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT-auditor. The Auditors will choose the Ministry of Social Affairs and health.

L:lla 1182/2015 modified section 8 shall enter into force on the 1.1.2016. The previous wording: article 8 of the clearance of the accounts for the administration of the Institute of occupational health, and it has to have two auditors, one of which must be certified by the Central Chamber of Commerce. The Auditors will choose the Ministry of Social Affairs and health.


under section 9 of the Health institution shall have the right to receive donations for its activities.


10-11 section 10-11 section was repealed on 21 May 1999 L:lla/623.



the provisions of article 12 of the law on the implementation of this application and Further will be given.


This law shall enter into force on 1 July 1978.

Date of entry into force of the law maintained by the Finnish Institute of occupational health in private Health Foundation continues to operate as an institution of occupational health for the purposes of this Act, as is the entire agreement between the Foundation and the State of occupational health. Those commitments, which the State has lived up to the agreement and which are mentioned in the Mainila incident, at the same time, however, the Department transferred to the public.
The financial activities of bodies governed by public law Institute of occupational health will be held in the years 1978 and 1979, notwithstanding the provisions of section 3 is provided for. In 1978, the institution of a public health agency for the Foundation and State aid and other subsidies, according to the State revenue and expenditure of the budget of the said year. In 1979, the institution of public health 5% carried out Lotteries (491/65), on the basis of the proceeds from the slot machine Regulation (676/67) the activities referred to in the slot machine of the net proceeds has been received, as well as 35% of the accident insurance Act (598/48) of the työturvallisuustyöhön referred to in article 35 of the resources to be deployed. The percentage is determined by the State Department in 1979 to be carried out in such a way that the calculated level in accordance with paragraph 3 of the State shall be deducted from the proceeds of the cash machine and of the resources to be allocated for the grants in the amount of työturvallisuustyöhön to the institution.
Before the entry into force of this law may be to take the measures needed to implement the law.

The change of the date of entry into force and application of legal acts: law of 8.6.1984/441: this shall enter into force on 1 July 1984.
Institute of occupational health in the current term of Office of the Executive Board of the delegation and will run until the end of 1984.
THEY'RE 51/84, tvk. Mrs. 3/84, svk. Mrs. 34/84 17.12.1993/1290: this law shall enter into force on 1 January 1994.
Before the entry into force of this law may be to take the measures needed to implement the law.
THEY 264/93, 38/93 21.4.1995/662 Shub: this law shall enter into force on 1 September 1995.
THEY'RE 94/93, LaVM SuVM 10/22/94, 94/623 21 May 1999: this law shall enter into force on 1 December 1999.
THEY'RE 30/1998 31/1998, EV, HaVM 303/1998 of 17 November 2000/961: this law shall enter into force on 1 December 2000.
THEY'RE 57/2000, LaVM 7/2000, 13 December 2001/101/2000 EV 1287: this law shall enter into force on 1 January 2002.
Finnish Institute of occupational health can handle, store and dispose of information collected before the entry into force of this law, as well as biological, tissue samples, as well as, occupational hygiene and other related information about the field of scientific research. Is subject to the condition that the use of the information or the research activity is no different from that of the individual consent of the donor, of information or sample, which may have given the information or samples in the event of passing.
Institute of occupational health will be disposed of on the basis of the information and samples to be processed sensitive personal data, in accordance with article 12 (2), after their retention is no longer necessary and the tasks referred to in article 2 (a).
THEY'RE 107/2001, Shub 25/2001, EV 121/2001 made/1350: this law shall enter into force on 1 January 2005 and shall remain in force until 31 December 2009. The words of this law on private health service providers and health stations maintained by the employer, however, the provisions shall apply with effect from 1 January 2006.
In 2005, the State resources Agency, the institution required to pay the amount referred to in article 3 (a) is EUR 1 200 000, of which 3 (a), in accordance with the third paragraph of article used for the 450 000 euros in the universities and 750 000 euros for the cost of the Institute of occupational health.
In 2006, a 3 (a) of the number of qualifications referred to in article 42.
THEY 156/2004, TyVM 15/2004, EV 207/2004 of 22 December 2005/1173: this law shall enter into force on 1 January 2006.
Before the entry into force of the law can be used to take the measures necessary for the implementation of the law.
THEY 181/2005, TyVM 9/2005, EV 198/2005 on 20 January 2006/52: this law shall enter into force on 1 February 2006.
THEY'RE 94/2005, TyVM 7/2005, (EC) no 1490/2005 22 December 2009/EV 1270: this law shall enter into force on 1 January 2010 and shall remain in force until 31 December 2013.
Before the entry into force of the law can be used to take the measures needed to implement the law.
THEY 149/2009, TyVM 9/2009, EV 194/2009 30.12.2010/1343: this law shall enter into force on 1 May 2011.
Before the entry into force of this law may be to take the measures needed to implement it.
THEY'RE 90/2010, Shub 40/2010, EV 244/2010 30.12.2013/1198: this law shall enter into force on 1 January 2014 and shall remain in force until 31 December 2017.
THEY'RE 126/2013, TyVM 7/2013, EV 24.4.2015 116/13/467: this law shall enter into force on the 1 January 2016.
THEY 277/2014 2014, TyVL, Shub 49/18/2014, EV 7.8.2015 315/2014/890: this law shall enter into force on the 1 January 2016.
THEY 278/2014, Shub MmVL 47/50/2014, 2014, 2014, EV TyVL 17/320/2014 18.9.2015/1182: this law shall enter into force on the 1 January 2016. 
THEY TaVM 34/254/2014, 2014, EV 371/2014