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Holiday regulations

As a posted worker, you are covered by the rules in your home country - but as a minimum Danish rights are guaranteed

Getting started in Denmark

Are you going to do excavation, demolition or work at height? Make sure you know the safety rules before you start working

Coronavirus precautions

How do you prevent coronavirus from spreading at the workplace? Read about the  Danish recommendations and the possibilities of being testet

Notify RUT about your work

If your business is going to work temporarily in Denmark, you must notify the Register of Foreign Service Providers (RUT).

How to notify RUT

Rules about professional qualifications

If you are going to be posted to Denmark, your qualifications in some cases have to be recognised by the Danish WEA before you start working. In other cases your employer might be responsible for ensuring that you have the necessary qualifications.

Read more about recognition of qualifications

Call center service for foreign companies

Do you have questions about the Danish rules on health and safety? Or do you need to know, when to notify the Register of Foreign Service Providers (RUT)? The Danish Working Environment Authority (WEA) can help you.

Call us Monday to Thursday 8-15, Friday 8-14 on +45 70 12 12 88.

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.

Read about the rules

Rules and rights when working in Denmark

In this leaflet you can read about some of the most important rules and rights you need to know when working in Denmark.

Read about rules and rights

Avoid fines – remember to notify RUT

Foreign businesses are obligated to report to the Register of Foreign Service Providers (RUT). Failure to report may result in a fine.

Read about notifying RUT