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Working environment

  • Health, safety and environment (HSE) »

    The employer is responsible for the following: that the employee has a fully adequate working environment, which means that you will not sustain any physical or mental injuries or illnesses...

  • Accidents at work »

    An employer is obliged to notify the Labour Inspection Authority as quickly as possible in the event of a fatal accident or accident involving serious personal injury. Examples of such serious inju...

  • Occupational injury »

    By occupational injury we mean injury, illness or death caused by an accident at work. Certain illnesses can also be recognised as an occupational illnesses if the illness is a resul...

  • Impaired work ability »

    If your health reduces your ability to work or your options in relation to choosing an occupation or workplace, you may be entitled to particular services and measures from NAV to help you return t...

  • Work assessment allowance »

    If your ability to work has been reduced by at least fifty per cent as a result of illness, injury or impairment, you may be entitled to work assessment allowance. The most important question is no...

  • Disability pension »

    If your earning ability has been permanently reduced by at least fifty per cent due to illness, injury or impairment, you may be entitled to disability pension. It must be substantiated that expedi...