- COMPULSORY AND FORMAL ISSUES
- MATERIAL WORKING ENVIRONMENT
- IMPROVEMENT NOTICES
Companies have a duty to draw up a written smoking policy stating where it is allowed to smoke and what the company will do if the rules are not complied with.
If an employee is injured in connection with work and has a day of absence in addition to the day of the injury, then the company is obliged to report the work accident to the Danish Working Environment Authority.
The report must be made no later than nine days after the first day of absence. The accident is reported on EASY on virk.dk.
Before the client starts the work, the construction site must be reported to the Danish Working Environment Authority.
This applies in cases where the work is expected to last more than 30 working days with at least 20 employees, or when the workload is expected to exceed 500 man-days. The construction site is notified on the Danish Working Environment Authority's website: https://at.dk/selvbetjening/.
Workplace arrangements to reduce the risk of corona infection are constantly changing.
If possible, take staggered breaks, remove chairs so that employees are not tempted to sit too many together, etc.
Read more on the Danish Working Environment Authority's website which is constantly updated in relation to the latest new guidelines.