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  1. Austria - Employment accident and occupational disease benefit - Law, Act

    Federal Act amending the Act on Social Insurance of Freelance Self-employed Workers (Freelancers Social Security Act) (No. 415/1996).

    Adoption: 1996-08-20 | AUT-1996-L-45665

    Amendments regarding exceptions to mandatory accident insurance requirements.

  2. Austria - Employment accident and occupational disease benefit - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Order of The Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs simplifying contributions by employed persons for accident assurance. Text No. 932.

    Adoption: 1994-11-29 | Date of entry into force: 1995-01-01 | AUT-1994-R-41096

    Simplifies the payment of contribution with respect to employment accident insurance for persons receiving earnings-related benefit under section 18 of the Unemployment Insurance Act 1977.

  3. Austria - Employment accident and occupational disease benefit - Law, Act

    Federal Act of 25 November 1987 amending the law regarding social rights (Social Rights Amendment 1988 Act; 44th amendment to the General Social Security Act; amendment of the Special Assistance Act and of the Act on night shift work and heavy work). Text No. 609.

    Adoption: 1987-11-25 | AUT-1987-L-4485

    This Act introduces numerous amendments to the General Social Security Act (LS 1955 - Aus. 3... 1961 - Aus. 2), particularly in regard to retirement pensions, employment injury and sickness insurance. In a measure to be phased in by 1994, time spent in full-time education will no longer count towards entitlement to a pension. In addition, the period on which average wages are based for purposes of calculating a pension will be extended from 10 to 15 years, also on a phased-in basis until 1992. Where a person receives two pensions, a portion of the second pension which exceeds a certain amount will be withheld. The Act also provides for pension insurance for time spent caring for a handicapped child and introduces new provisions regarding employment injuries involving a person who is over the age of 50. Finally, it contains transitional measures under the Special Assistance Act (BGBl. 642/1973, as amended) and the Act on night shift work and heavy work (BGBl. 354/1981, as amended).

  4. Austria - Employment accident and occupational disease benefit - Law, Act

    Federal Act of 25 November 1987 amending the Social Insurance Act for persons in the liberal professions (13th amendment to that Act). Text No. 610.

    Adoption: 1987-11-25 | AUT-1987-L-4486

    Introduces numerous amendments to the above-cited Act (BGBl. 560/1978, as amended), particularly in relation to retirement pensions, employment injury and sickness insurance for white collar employees. In a measure to be phased in until 1994, time spent in full-time education will no longer count towards entitlement to a pension. In addition, the period on which average wages are based for calculating a pension is reduced from 15 to 10 years, also on a phased-in basis until 1992. The Act further contains provisions on employment injuries involving persons over the age of 50, determination of invalidity and a series of transitional measures.

  5. Austria - Employment accident and occupational disease benefit - Law, Act

    Federal Act of 25 November 1987 amending the Farmers' Social Insurance Act (11th amendment to that Act). No. 611.

    Adoption: 1987-11-25 | AUT-1987-L-4487

    This Act makes numerous amendments to the Farmers' Social Security Act (BGBl. 559/1978, as amended), particularly regarding retirement pensions, employment injury and sickness insurance. It contains provisions on employment injuries involving persons over the age of 50 and determination of invalidity, as well as a series of transitional provisions.

  6. Austria - Employment accident and occupational disease benefit - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Arrêté du ministre fédéral de l'Administration sociale sur les services chargés d'assurer, dans les établissements, la protection des salaries. Texte No. 2.

    Adoption: 1983-11-03 | Date of entry into force: 1984-03-01 | AUT-1983-R-94

    Abroge l'arrêté de 1973 (texte No. 253) aux mêmes fins.


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