Regulation (2010:651) Of Armed Forces Personnel In International Military Operations

Original Language Title: Förordning (2010:651) om Försvarsmaktens personal vid internationella militära insatser

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Scope of the directive

paragraph 1 of the Regulation is connecting to Act (2010:449) on

Defence forces personnel at the international military


section 2 of the Regulation apply to any person who is employed in

The military and serving in an international military

bet. The serving of such an effort can be particularly

employed for this under section 2 of the Act (2010:449) on

Defence forces personnel at the international military


Employment issues

paragraph 3 of the Agreement on the obligation to serve in an international

military action should be stated in a written proof of employment.

section 4 of The employed in particular by armed forces for

service in an international military operation at the same time

hold another government job, from which he or she

is on leave of absence without the need for a decision on

leaves of absence.

Travel benefits and privileges as a result of the increased cost of living

section 5 of the defence forces may decide that compensation should be paid for

travel in Sweden during the day and go from

service in an international military operation.

The armed forces may also provide compensation for other

the cost of living if they are motivated by duty abroad.

section 6 of The serving in an international military operation has

for each six-month period are entitled to a free return flight from

area of action and again.

The armed forces must also provide more free home travel

from the area of action and again, and that such travel will

also for shorter periods.

Sickness or injury

7 § During service abroad, the employee is entitled to

free health care and emergency dental treatment if he or she does not receive

corresponding benefit in other ways.

section 8 of the illness or injury which results in reduced

work ability during the period of operation, the

employee entitled to maintenance of employee benefits. This

right up to the start of the service in action

would have been completed.

section 9 To a staff member after expiry of employment

undergo a medical examination for the examination of whether an injury

during the service in an international military

reaction or physical to get disability certificates,

paid compensation for the costs of the investigation and

travel, living expenses and loss of time for the same reasons that apply

in the case of payment of public money to witnesses.

Government risk guarantee

section 10 State leaves a risk guarantee, which is a death-and

disability capital, for employees in the armed forces who, under

service abroad had a work-related injury pursuant to section 13 of the Act

(2010:449) on defence forces personnel at the international

military operations.

11 § in the case of full disability be paid compensation in accordance with

the risk shield out with twenty-two base amounts according to Chapter 2. 6 and

7 of the social security code. By other disability paid

compensation out of the lower amount representing

the degree of invalidity.

section 12 in the event of death is paid remuneration according to the risk shield out

with twenty-two base amounts according to Chapter 2. 6 and 7 § §

social security code to the estate if the deceased

leave behind heirs mentioned in Chapter 2. 1 and 2 sections

the inheritance code. In addition, paid three price base amount to each

surviving children at death is under twenty-one years.

Has compensation previously paid out as compensation in the event of

disability, the compensation of the estate shall be reduced by

the corresponding amounts.

Follow-up activities

section 13 of the armed forces ' special follow-up responsibilities under

6 and 7 of the Act (2010:449) on defence forces personnel at

international military efforts included appointing a

contact person in authority to the affected by

physical or mental disorders during their service in a

Inter-national military action. The facilitator shall

inform and guide the affected.

The armed forces should further within the framework of this offer

specific guidance to those who have been severely injured by

service in a field of activity and as a result of their symptoms

has a comprehensive help needs.

Support for families

section 14 of the defence forces shall, within the framework of its integrated

planning of work with family members according to section 16 of the Act (2010:449)

If the armed forces personnel in international military

efforts to have an action plan for the work of dependent and

family issues.

The armed forces must appoint a contact person for the relatives of the

serving in an international military operation.

Disciplinary liability and prosecution notification

15 § The employed in the armed forces and serving in a

international military action should for the purposes of section 20 of the

Act (1994:1811) on disciplinary liability within the total defence,

accommodation is considered to serve in the unit in which he or she

mainly fulfill its duties.

Regulation (2015:272).

Special provisions

section 16 Of the employed in the armed forces and serving in

an international military effort to the State

occupational group life insurance, agreement on compensation in the event of

personal injury (PSA) and State pension rules are applied.


section 17 of the armed services hearing questions about the payment

7-12 sections.


section 18 of the 22 AOF the Administrative Procedure Act (1986:223) provides

If an appeal to the General Administrative Court. Other decisions

than the decisions referred to in paragraph 6 and 7-12 sections should not, however,

be appealed.


section 19 of the defence forces shall notify the measures needed

the implementation of this regulation.

Transitional provisions


1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2011.

2. This regulation repeals Regulation (1999:569) on

international force within the armed forces.

3. Older regulations on sickness and injury, as well as

If disclosure of the risk shield for damage still applies for

damage that occurred prior to the entry into force on 1 January


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