Rs 431.835 Order Of The Dfi On 15 August 1994 On Accident Statistics

Original Language Title: RS 431.835 Ordonnance du DFI du 15 août 1994 sur les statistiques de l’assurance-accidents

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431.835 order of the DFI on accident of August 15, 1994 statistics ((status November 1, 2012) the federal Department of the Interior (DFI), saw the article 105 of the Ordinance of 20 December 1982 on accident insurance (OLAA), stop: Section 1 General provisions article 1 object insurers are required, as part of the compulsory insurance, to collaborate in the establishment of the following uniform statistics) : a. the statistics of the number of accidents and health professional; b. statistics for establishing the actuarial bases; c. statistics of the insurance and benefits of wage masses provided basis to annual statistics risk; d. Special statistics, including those concerning the prevention of accidents and occupational diseases, the structure of the expenses and charges for care the deductions and reductions on benefits and pensions statistics; e. statistics of earnings and the hours of work of workers who are victims of accidents.

Statistics for establishing the actuarial Foundation must wear especially on: a. recipients of pensions for disability and survivors annuity mortality; b. modification of pension disability allowances for helpless and complementary pensions; c. the remarriage of widows and widowers; d. the age of orphans at the end of entitlement to the pension and the possibility of a pension orphan of father and mother.

Art. 2 basis of treatment statistics should be based on the bases necessary for the management of compulsory accident insurance and prevention of accidents and occupational diseases. The required data can be centralized in data banks.
The statistical risks must be particularly based on the masses wage subject to contributions and net premiums by companies or types of companies as well as on benefits for care, reimbursements of expenses, daily allowances, values of pensions, indemnities for integrity, compensation in capital and income from equity contracts, taken into account in each case.
Statistics of the fee structure of healing and care expenses must be based on the annual costs of the benefits for healing and care and medical fees.

Section 2 Organization art. 3 organs the organs responsible for the compilation of the statistics are: a. the coordination of accident insurance (CSAA) statistics group; b. the centralization of statistics (centralization service) service; c. insurers.

New content according to section I of the O of the DFI on Nov. 7. 2012, into force since Nov. 1. 2012 (2012 5955 RO).

Art. 3ataches of the ADLKC CSAA fulfills the following tasks: a. determine the kind, frequency, time, scope and the publication of statistical applications, insofar as it is not apparent from the purpose of the statistics; b. it monitors from the technical point of view the activity of the service of centralization and ensures coordination with other statistics; c. it approves the budget and the annual accounts of the service of centralization.

Introduced by section I of O of the DFI on Nov. 7. 2012, into force since Nov. 1. 2012 (2012 5955 RO).

Art. 4Composition and organization of the ADLKC. the federal Department of the Interior appoints the members of ADLKC, on proposal of the insurers. ADLKC consists: a. four representatives of the Swiss national health insurance in case of accidents (CNA); (b) two representatives of the Swiss Association of insurance (ASA); c. a representative of health insurance; d. a common representative of the other insurers.

ADLKC is organized itself. He shall draw up internal regulations.
Its decisions are taken by a majority of the members present. In case of equality of votes, a proposal is considered to have been rejected. Art. 14 is reserved.
The NAC Chair of the ADLKC and providing the secretariat.
ADLKC is placed under the supervision of the federal Office of public health (FOPH).

New content according to section I of the O of the DFI on Nov. 7. 2012, into force since Nov. 1. 2012 (2012 5955 RO).

Art. 4aduree of office, term of office and compensation of the members of the office of the members of the CSAA CSAA has a duration of four years. It must coincide with the national legislature. The members appointed under Parliament's mandate ends at the end.
The term of office of the members is limited to twelve years; It ends at the end of the relevant calendar year. In duly motivated cases, the federal Department of the Interior can extend the function to a maximum of sixteen years.
The CSAA members entitled to a per diem for their activity. This compensation is similar to the type S1 compensation defined in point 1.3 of annex 2 of the order of 25 November 1998 on the Organization of Government and administration.
The reimbursement of expenses advanced by the members of the CSAA is governed by the provisions applicable to the staff of the Confederation.

Introduced by section I of O of the DFI on Nov. 7. 2012, into force since Nov. 1. 2012 (2012 5955 RO).
SR 172.010.1 art. 5 service of centralization the NAC runs the centralization. In the performance of its duties, this service is independent of the NAC; However it depends on it from the administrative point of view.
Centralization service establishes uniform statistics on the basic data supplied by insurers and as directed by the CSAA.
The costs of the establishment and management of the service of centralization are borne by insurers. They are supported for a half proportionately to announced salary mass and the other half in proportion to net premiums.

New expression according to section I of the O of the DFI on Nov. 7. 2012, into force since Nov. 1. 2012 (2012 5955 RO). This mod has been taken throughout the text.

Art. 6 insurers each insurer is required to deliver the service of centralization the data necessary for the production of statistics provided for in article first, 1 paragraph.
Statistics of the fee structure of healing and care expenses may, where the circumstances so require, based exclusively on the data delivered by the NAC. Other insurers participate in the costs.
Insurers establish statistics of risks on the basis of the same data they have provided to the service of centralization.

Section 3 Transmission of data to the centralized service article 7 transmission by insurers each insurer must deliver its data at the service of centralization on time, accurate and complete and at his expense.
It is responsible for completeness and the accuracy of the data it provides.
The CSAA determines, after consulting insurers, the kind and the scope of the data to be delivered to the service of centralization.

Art. 8 methods of delivery to the extent possible, insurers transmit data without direct reference to the persons or undertakings concerned. If data are nevertheless passed with such references (including name, address, number AVS), these must be eliminated as soon as possible.
Centralization service determines, in collaboration with the insurers, the technical procedures for the transmission. It ensures in particular that insurers use forms of the same design and same content.

Section 4 use and protection of data art. 9 obligation to keep secret those responsible of the transmission or processing of the data are bound to secrecy.
The data collected must be used only for statistical purposes. Subject to articles 10 to 15, centralization service communicates any information received to insurers or third parties.

Art. 10 information to insurers in addition to the overall statistical results, each insurer receives information on the data that he has delivered at the service of centralization. The CSAA determines the scope of communication and statue on management fees.

Art. 11Analyses, tips and information for the bodies of accident insurance and accident prevention service of centralization provides the FOPH, the federal Office of social insurance, the secretariat of State for the economy (SECO), the federal authority of supervision of financial markets, to the Federal Commission of coordination for safety at work (CFST) and the Swiss Office for accident prevention (bpa) the analyses they need to perform their legal duties. He advises and also fills in these institutions. The information may be provided in a form that does not allow to identify the individuals concerned by cross-checking.
The FCOS and EPS support costs analyses, advice and information service of centralization.

New content according to section I of the O of the DFI on Nov. 7. 2012, into force since Nov. 1. 2012 (2012 5955 RO).

Art. Statistical 12Prestations for other bodies of the Confederation insurers and centralization service provide statistical services necessary for the Confederation organs other than those appointed to the art. 11. data and statistical results can be transmitted in a form that does not allow to identify individuals, businesses or insurers concerned cross.

The federal organ concerned bear the costs associated with these services.

New content according to section I of the O of the DFI on Nov. 7. 2012, into force since Nov. 1. 2012 (2012 5955 RO).

Art. 13 repealed by no I of O of the DFI on Nov. 7. 2012, with effect from Nov. 1. 2012 (2012 5955 RO).

Art. 14 information to the third the CSAA may, by a decision taken by a majority of two thirds of the members present, authorize service of centralization to communicate data to third parties who make the request, provided that: a. the medical confidentiality is assured and that the data subject to medical secrecy is transmitted in the form of condensed; b. data are used for statistical work presenting a scientific interest or public; c. data transmitted more directly refer to people, companies or insurers concerned; d. the recipient agrees in writing to not to use the data for any other purpose than that of its application, do not copy the data carriers and to return or destroy them once the work is finished; e. the necessary security measures have been taken and that the protection data is assured.

Art. 15 billing of particular applications the costs of specific applications for an insurer, a group of insurers, the FCOS, bpa, SECO, or others are charged separately by the service of centralization.
The CSAA establishes, after consultation with insurers, guidance on billing terms.

Art. 16 publication of statistics the CSAA takes over necessary publications. The results of the statistics that are published or made available in any other form must be established so that it is not possible to identify individuals, businesses or insurers concerned.

Art. 17 security measures the service of centralization takes security measures to avoid including loss and theft as well as treatment or the unauthorized access to data.
During the transmission of data, at the service of centralization, each insurer shall ensure the security of these.
The forms and any other material used to the centralization of data containing information that can identify individuals, companies or insurers must be destroyed as soon as they are no longer needed at the recount.

Section 5 entry into force art. 18. this order comes into force retroactive to August 1, 1993.

RO 1994 1908 new content according to section I of the O of the DFI on Nov. 7. 2012, into force since Nov. 1. 2012 RS 832.202 State on November 1, 2012