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Nom original: Förordning (2017:462) om särskilda insatser för personer med funktionsnedsättning som medför nedsatt arbetsförmåga.
Nom: Ordinance (2017:462) on special contributions for persons with disabilities entailing a reduced capacity to work.
Pays: Suède
Sujet(s): Travailleurs handicapés
Type de loi: Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance
Adopté le: 2017-05-24
Entry into force:
ISN: SWE-2017-R-107114
Lien: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=107114&p_lang=fr
Bibliographie: Ordinance online in Swedish, Basic Text Ordinance online in Swedish, Basic Text Regeringskansliets rättsdatabaser, Notisum AB, www.notisum.se, Sweden, 10 pp. PDF in Swedish PDF in Swedish (consulté le 2018-09-07)
Résumé/Citation: Contains 59 articles and 4 chapters concerning, inter alia:

Chapter 1: Preliminary provisions.
Chapter 2: Special efforts.
- Contributions to supporting tools at the workplace.
- Contributions to literature and interpretation for persons with visual or hearing impairment.
- Contributions for personal assistance.
- Special support person for introduction and follow-up.
- Contribution to start-up costs when starting a business.
- Common provisions for payroll and protected work.
- Wage subsidies.
- Wage subsidy for development in employment.
- Wage subsidy for employment.
- Wages for security in employment.
- Protected work.
- Protected work at Samhall Aktiebolag.
- Protected work with public employers.
Chapter 3: Common provisions.
- Employer.
- How the contributions are submitted.
- How the contributions are used.
- Changed conditions.
- Special reasons for decision.
- Refund and recovery.
- Review and appeal.
- Authorization.
Chapter 4: Transitional rules.

Repeals Ordinance (2000:630) respecting special contributions for persons with disabilities entailing a reduced capacity to work.
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