Report occupational accident insurance information to the Incomes Register

2/12/2020

The reporting of occupational accident insurance information depends on whether the employer has an occupational accident insurance policy or not. The insurance must be taken out before the employment relationship begins, i.e. it must be valid before the employee starts the job.

Read more about the obligation to provide insurance

Help with insurance situations from insurance companies

Report occupational class if the income earner is in an employment relationship

If the income earner is in an employment relationship*, the occupational class information must be reported to the Incomes Register. Report the income paid using income types.

Read more about reporting the occupational class

The occupational accident insurance contribution is not reported to the Incomes Register.

In some situations, the employer may have taken out more than one statutory accident and occupational disease insurance for its employees. In these cases, report the occupational accident insurance company identifier and the accident and occupational disease insurance policy number to the Incomes Register.

When the employer is not under obligation to provide occupational accident insurance

If the employer is not under obligation to take out an occupational accident insurance for its employees, the income paid is reported using income types. In addition, report the type of exception to insurance No obligation to provide insurance (accident and occupational disease insurance). Make sure to check, however, whether the employer has an obligation to take out an insurance policy with respect to the other insurances.

Read more about exceptions to insurance

Reporting the wages of a YEL or MYEL insured self-employed person

When you report the wages paid to a YEL or MYEL insured entrepreneur, certain insurance information must also be reported.

Read more about reporting the wages of a YEL or MYEL insured self-employed person to the Incomes Register

How to correct erroneous information

If you have reported incorrect 'No obligation to provide insurance' information to the Incomes Register, correct the information by cancelling the submitted report and submitting a new report.

If you have reported an incorrect occupational class, this information must also be corrected. Correct the occupational class with a replacement report. If you correct both the occupational class and the 'No obligation to provide insurance' information on the same report, make the corrections by cancelling the submitted report and submitting a new report.

Read more about correcting

*This news article was updated on 17 February 2020