Du står her: helsenorge.noHealth rights abroadPosted workers in the EU/EEA and Switzerland Posted workers in the EU/EEA and Switzerland Norsk bokmål This page explains your health rights as a posted worker in another EU/EEA country or Switzerland. Sidebilde Morten Rakke / Helfo Membership of the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme You are considered to be a posted worker if you are temporarily working in another EU/EEA country or Switzerland for your employer in Norway and you receive your wages from this employer. Steg 1 innholdYou will retain your mandatory membership of the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme if you work for up to two years in another EU/EEA country or Switzerland for your Norwegian employer and are a citizen of Norway, another EU/EEA country or Switzerland.If you have citizenship of a country outside the EU/EEA and are posted to another Nordic country by an employer in Norway, you will have the same rights as EU/EEA citizens. If you have citizenship of a country outside the EU/EEA and will be working outside the Nordic region, you should check with NAV whether you will retain membership of the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme during your period of work. If you do retain membership, you may be entitled to extended benefits in the same way as posted workers outside the EU/EEA. Eksempel Petter is employed by a Norwegian oil company and is going to work for them on the Dutch continental shelf. The place where he is going to work is operated by another company, but he receives his salary from his original employer. Petter retains his mandatory membership of the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme because he is considered to be a posted worker. Before you leave Before you leave Norway, you must apply to Helfo for form S1 (formerly form E106). This form confirms your healthcare rights in the country in which you are going to work. Steg 2 innholdFill in and send the following application form to Helfo:«Søknad om dokument S1 for utsendte arbeidstakere til et annet EØS-land eller Sveits (40-05.02)» BokmålYou must attach the following:employment contractconfirmation of the assignment/posting to another EEA country or SwitzerlandTo prove that you are covered by Norwegian National Insurance legislation, you must apply for certificate A1 from the Norwegian Labour and Welfare Administration (NAV) (in Norwegian). In order for Helfo to process your application, we may need a copy of the certificate.After Helfo has approved your application, you must send the form S1 to the appropriate National Insurance authorities in the country in which you are going to work. The form will not be valid until Helfo has received feedback from the National Insurance authorities in your country of residence. If you are a posted worker in another Nordic country, you will be entitled to receive healthcare services even if you do not have an S1 form. Note: Special rules apply if you are working in one of the following countries: Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia. Find out more about these rules here (in Norwegian). Eksempel Petter applies to Helfo for form S1. He takes the document with him to the Netherlands and contacts the National Insurance authorities there in order to register it. Your rights As a mandatory member of the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme, you will retain your right to receive healthcare services in Norway. Steg 3 innholdBecause you retain your entitlement to receive healthcare services in Norway, you can choose to travel home to receive treatment, but you will have to cover your travel costs yourself.If you take dependent family members to the country in which you are going to work with you, they must contact the National Insurance authorities there in order to find out their rights. They may be entitled to their own document confirming their entitlement to receive healthcare services in both the country of work and Norway.If you opt to receive treatment in the country in which you are working, you will be entitled to receive healthcare services in accordance with the EEA rules. This means your rights will essentially be the same as those who live in the country. You will therefore have to pay the same personal contributions as other inhabitants of the country. Healthcare services that you receive in the country must be provided by the national health service. Eksempel After Petter has been working in the Netherlands for a month, he gets acute food poisoning. He visits a national health service doctor for treatment. Because he has registered his S1 form with the Dutch national insurance system, the doctor can see that he is entitled to treatment in the same way as a Dutch citizen. Petter must pay a user fee, just like other inhabitants of the Netherlands. Power of attorney in connection with enquiries to Helfo If you contact Helfo on behalf of anyone else, you must have power of attorney for them. Steg 4 innholdIf your enquiry concerns health information, the parent or guardian must have permission from children aged 16 or over. This is because the age of majority under health law is 16.«Fullmaktsskjema for Helfo-henvendelser/Power of attorney form for requests to Helfo (21-00.01)» Bokmål | Nynorsk | English Health information is sensitive information and should not be sent by e-mail. You should therefore send the power of attorney to Helfo as an attachment to a digital form, or by letter post to Helfo, Postboks 2415, 3104 Tønsberg. Remember to enclose a copy of valid identification.