Relevant self-service solutions regarding working environment in Denmark.
Chemicals, biology and GMOs
Report hazardous substances and materials to the Product Registry
Companies that manufacture or import hazardous substances and materials for commercial use in Denmark must report it to the Product Registry.
Report work with genetic engineering
Before working with genetic engineering or clinical research with genetically modified human cells, you must submit two notifications: One for the research project, and another for classification of the laboratory areas.
Report work with microorganisms
If you work with hazardous microorganisms in risk group 2, 3 or 4, you must report it to the Danish Working Environment Authority. Work that may entail exposure to microorganisms may also be reported in some cases.
Submit a poison notification
Companies that produce, use, import or sell highly toxic substances and mixtures must notify the authorities of those substances or mixtures. The notification must be submitted via a digital solution managed by the Danish Environmental Protection Agency.
Report building and construction work
As the client, you have a duty to report building and construction work to the Working Environment Authority. This applies if the expected duration exceeds 30 days and at least 20 employees are employed at the same time, or if the presumed workload exceeds 500 man-days.
- Report asbestos work
Environmental issues in the workplace
Report a work accident
As an employer you are obliged to report all work accidents. Companies with a Danish CVR-number must report work accidents digitally via EASY.
Report back to the Working Environment Authority on an improvement notice
Companies with a Danish CVR number must use the digital self-service solution when reporting back to the Working Environment Authority on improvement notices, written consultations etc.
Foreign service providers and workers
Apply for recognition of professional qualifications acquired abroad
Some professional qualifications must be assessed and approved by the Working Environment Authority if they have been acquired abroad. This applies to a number of job functions in industry and construction.
Notify the Register of Foreign Service Providers (RUT) about your work
Foreign companies carrying out temporary work in Denmark must notify the Register of Foreign Service Providers (RUT) of their services. This also applies if you are self-employed without employees.
Inform the Authority of the lack of notifying RUT
Assignors who hire a foreign company must check documentation verifying that the company has notified the Register of Foreign Service Providers (RUT). Otherwise, the assignor have a duty to inform the Danish Working Environment Authority.