Ad hoc module "Accidents at work and other work-related health problems"
Business Statistics Department
Labour Statistics Division
Jana Gueron, Diana Toteva, Tsveta Kostova
State expert, State expert, Chief expert
2, P. Volov Str.; 1038 Sofia
(+3592) 9857 549, (+3592) 9857 664, (+3592) 9857 619
Metadata last update: 22 May 2014
|1||Data description||Data are from the ad hoc module on "Accidents at work and other work-related health problems" attached to the regular Labour Force Survey in 2013 with aim to provide information on accidents happened at work or in a course of work, illness or other health problems caused or made worse by the job, lost of working time because of these reasons, and the number of persons exposed to physical and mental health risk factors. Data refer to the self-perception of respondents and are not bound with the recognition and registration of the accidents and illnesses by competent institutions.|
|3||Coverage||Persons aged 15 and over who worked in the reference period (calendar week) or have ever worked|
|4||Unit of measure||Thousands|
Data on accidents and health problems refer to the last 12 months preceding the survey.
|7||Legal acts and rules (National and European)||
ESS agreement for the 2013 Labour Force Survey (LFS) ad hoc module on accidents at work and other work-related health problems; Commission Regulation (EC) No 377/2008 of 25 April 2008 implementing Council Regulation (EC) No 577/98 on the organisation of a labour force sample survey in the Community as regards the codification to be used for data transmission from 2009 onwards, the use of a sub-sample for the collection of data on structural variables and the definition of the reference quarters; Law of Statistics.
|8||Release policy||The date of publication of the statistical data is given in the Calendar presenting the results of the statistical surveys carried out by the National Statistical Institute - 22 May 2014.|
|9||Dissemination format||The NSI web site - www.nsi.bg. Information by request.|
|10||Methodological documents||Eurostat's Explanatory notes for the variables of the 2013 LFS ad hoc module. Interviewer's instructions.|
|11||Data source||Data are collected simultaneously with the Labour force survey through separate questionnaire "Accidents at work and other work related health problems" . Households from the third wave are interviewed.|
|12||Frequency of data collection||Once; The average annual data. Data are collected through the whole year over a subsample of households participating in the Labour Force Survey.|
|13||Data collection method||Data are collected by paper questionnaires and conducting personal interviews with persons (who worked in the reference period or who have ever worked) from the selected households.|