837.063.2 order on the information system of the SECO for the data analysis of the labour market (order LAMDA) of June 7, 2004 (status on June 29, 2004) the Swiss federal Council, view the art. 96c, al. 3, and 109 of the Act of 25 June 1982 on unemployment insurance (LACI), see art. 35, al. 5, of the Federal Act of 6 October 1989 on the employment service and rental services (LSE), see art. 25 of the Act of 9 October 1992 (LSF) Federal statistics, stop: art. 1 purpose this order regulates the operation and use of the information system for the analysis of the market of labour (Labour Market Data Analysis data; LAMDA).
Art. 2 purpose of the information system the LAMDA (information system) information system is used to: a. establish a statistics updated in order to observe the labour market; b. provide benchmarks of performance and driving to the enforcement bodies referred to in art. 96c, al. 1, let. a to e, LACI; c. measure the performance and results of the enforcement bodies referred to in art. 96c, al. 1, let. b to e, LACI.
Art. 3 organization and operation of the information system of unemployment insurance compensation body manages the Organization, development and, in collaboration with the federal Office of Informatics and telecommunication, the operation of the information system. It coordinates its tasks with those of the bodies participating in this system.
Art. 4 financing information system is funded by the Confederation and the compensation fund of unemployment insurance in accordance with the respective needs.
Art. 5 data used to observe the labour market statistical data stored in the information system used to observe the labour market are: a. the number of unemployed registered; (b) the number of registered job seekers; c. the number of job vacancies advertised; d. measures relating to the labour market; e. benefits paid by the unemployment compensation fund.
The personal data collected in other systems are anonymized.
Art. 6 data used to establish criteria of performance and conduct and measure results personal data stored in the information system used to establish criteria of performance and conduct and to measure the results are the following staff advisors: a. name; b. cantonal authority or regional office of investment.
The information system also contains the following data: a. structure of registered unemployed, job seekers registered and vacant jobs; (b) number and nature of the provisions and measures taken under the unemployment insurance legislation; c. performance and results of the enforcement bodies referred to in art. 96c, al. 1, let. b to e, LACI and staff advisors.
Art. 7 collection of data the data mentioned in art. 5 and 6 are levied by the unemployment insurance compensation body in: a. payment of unemployment funds (marketing) systems; (b) the information system investment and statistics of the work force (AVAM); c. data collected by the federal Office of statistics.
Data should be disaggregated by sex.
The information system can also contain anonymous data collected during surveys.
Art. 8 combination of statistical data the compensation body provides the right combination of statistical data.
Art. 9 destruction of personal data the personal data referred to in art. 6 are destroyed after three years.
Art. 10 communication of the data the statistical data referred to in art. 5 are accessible to the public on the Internet.
The compensation body puts at the disposal of the federal Office of statistics and the Federal Archives statistics necessary for the performance of their tasks.
Art. 11 access to personal data the personnel advisers can consult the data used to establish criteria of performance and conduct or to measure results; These data can be accessed also by their direct superiors.
Access to the system is locked by a single user profile and password.
The data is transferred in encoded way.
Art. 12 right to demand a correction the enforcement bodies referred to in art. 96c, al. 1, let. b to e, LACI and any person concerned may require the body of compensation of unemployment insurance that it corrects the inaccurate data and complete those that are incomplete.
Art. 13 data protection the unemployment insurance compensation body is responsible for processing the data and ensures that the principle of the protection of data and the provisions of this order are respected.
Personal data may be transferred to another system, or be the subject of future use.
Art. 14 the services concerned data security ensure data security in the field of activity within their jurisdiction.
The compensation body shall ensure, in collaboration with the federal Office of Informatics and telecommunications, what data or destroyed, removed or lost programs are restored.
He shall draw up regulations on the treatment of the data.
Art. 15 entry into force this order comes into force on July 1, 2004.
RO 2004 3051 RS 837.0 RS 823.11 RS 431.01 State June 29, 2004