by Danish Working Environment Service, Analysis and Documentation Office in Copenhagen .
Written in English
|Series||AT-rapport ;, nr. 2, 1995, AT-rapport ;, 1995, nr. 2.|
|Contributions||Denmark. Direktoratet for arbejdstilsynet. Analyse og dokumentationssekretariatet.|
|LC Classifications||HD7729 .D35 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||51 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||98108224|
Working Environment. As a foreign company in Denmark, you will have to follow Danish rules on working environment in the workplace. The Danish Working Environment Authority (WEA) is responsible for e.g. inspecting the working environment in Denmark. What are the main rules? The Danish rules are based on EU regulation. The Danish Working Environment Authority is an agency under the auspices of the Ministry of Employment. The Danish Working Environment Authority is the authority which contributes to the creation of safe and sound working conditions at Danish workplaces. This is done by • carrying out inspections of companies • drawing up rules on health. The way in which companies work in Denmark has long been different to many other businesses around the world, and it consistently ranks highly as a country with some of the happiest employees. Yet what exactly is the Danish lifestyle? And how can you use it to transform your business into a happy and productive workplace? We explored some of the key elements to find out more. Bjørn Lomborg (Danish: [ˈpjɶɐ̯ˀn ˈlɔmˌpɒˀ]; born 6 January ) is a Danish author and President of his think tank, Copenhagen Consensus is former director of the Danish government's Environmental Assessment Institute (EAI) in became internationally known for his best-selling and controversial book, The Skeptical Environmentalist (), in which he argues.
Danish lifestyle choices are reflected in their attitudes, as recorded by the survey. When you look at what is important to Danish citizens, jobs and income are much lower down the list than health, education, the environment and work-life balance. Image: OECD According to one Dane, the nation's attitude to money differs from that of other. In Denmark the working environment is a separate area of responsibility and administered by the Danish Working Environment Authority (Arbejdstilsynet). Due to the working environment/health and safety legislation the authority can demand external professional consultation if it considers that a certain company itself cannot safeguard health and. Understand Danish workplace culture and have a good start in your work life in Denmark Danish workplace culture is characterised by among others flat hierarchy, working in a team, flexible working hours, acting proactive and informal tone of communication and can be very different from what you are used to from home. Does Danish work culture affects an international work environment and if yes, in which way? Anthropologist Dennis Nørmark challenges Danish work culture conceptions at this event at NEAS Energy hosted by International House North Denmark and Expat in Denmark (DI). Through anecdotes Dennis Nørmark gives insight on the cultural characteristics.
The Danish Work Environment Cohort Study from the National Institute of Occupational Health (NIOH) shows that the work environment and working conditions have generally improved from However, these developments are largely explained by a changing labour force rather than by interventions in the work environment and in the occupational health results of. The Danish Working Environment Authority (WEA) can help you. Call us Monday to Thursday , Friday on +45 70 12 12 Rules for companies working in Denmark. Read more about your rights and duties, the Register of Foreign Service Providers (RUT), health and safety requirements etc. Translation for 'working environment committee' in the free English-Danish dictionary and many other Danish translations. Having been in Denmark for over half a year, I thought I would write a post on the Danish work environment. Given that my work experience is limited to one Danish company, it is not always apparent which of my observations are company-specific and which are applicable nation-wide. However, I have tried to supplement my observations.