RUSSIAN FEDERATION federal law on insurance tariffs for compulsory social insurance against industrial accidents and occupational diseases in the year 2001 passed by the State Duma December 22, 2000 year approved by the Federation Council January 31, 2001 year Article 1. Set in the year 2001 for insured persons (including insurers, referred to pay single tax on imputed income for certain activities) insurance rates of compulsory social insurance against industrial accidents and occupational diseases as a percentage of gross wages on all grounds (income) of the insured and, in appropriate cases, to the amount of remuneration for civic groups Treaty branches (sub-branches) economy in accordance with the classes of occupational exposure in the following sizes : class I class II 0.2 occupational exposure occupational exposure 0.3 0.4 professional risk class III class IV class V 0.5 occupational exposure occupational exposure occupational exposure class VI 0.6 0.7 0.8 professional risk class VII VIII class IX class 0.9 occupational exposure occupational exposure 1.0 X 1.1 professional risk class XI class XII class 1.2 occupational exposure occupational exposure occupational exposure class XIII 1.5 1.7 2.1 professional risk class XIV XV XVI 2.5 professional risk class a class of professional risk 3.0
The 17TH class of professional risk 3.4 the 18TH class of professional risk 4.2 XIX class of professional risk 5.0 XX class 6.0 professional risk TWENTY-FIRST class professional risk 7.0 XXII Article 8.5 professional risk class 2. Establish that in 2001 year premiums on compulsory social insurance against industrial accidents and occupational diseases shall be paid at the rate of 60 per cent of the amount of insurance rates, stipulated in article 1 hereof: 1) organizations of any organizational and legal forms in part assessed on all bases irrespective of the source of funding payments in cash and/or in kind (including as appropriate remuneration for the civil-legal contracts) employees , which is a category I, II and III groups;
2) the following categories of employers: social organizations of persons with disabilities (including created as unions of public organizations of invalids), which disabled persons and their legal representatives shall be not less than 80 per cent;
organizations, authorized capital of which consists entirely of deposits of public organizations of invalids and where the average number of persons with disabilities is not less than 50 per cent, and the share of wages of people with disabilities in labour remuneration Fund is not less than 25 per cent;
institutions which have been established to achieve educational, cultural, health, sports, scientific, informational and other social purposes as well as to provide legal and other assistance to persons with disabilities, children with disabilities and their parents, the sole owner of the property which are referred to public organization of invalids.
Article 3. Allow the Social Security Fund of the Russian Federation to implement labour protection measures, including periodic medical examinations, prevention of occupational diseases, reduce occupational accidents in 2001 year 20 per cent before the amounts of premiums on medical, social and professional rehabilitation of victims, funding for sanatoriums and health-care institutions, owned by policyholders.
Manner of implementation funding, established in the first paragraph of this article shall be determined by the Government of the Russian Federation.
Article 4. To entrust the Government of the Russian Federation to bring its normative acts in compliance with this federal law.
Article 5. This federal law shall enter into force on the day of its official publication.
The President of the Russian Federation v. Putin Kremlin, Moscow, N 17 February 12, 2001-FZ