- According to Croatian legislation, injury at work is:
- An injury caused by immediate and short-term mechanical, physical or chemical action or injury caused by sudden changes in body position, sudden body load or other changes in the physiological state of the body, if it is causally related to the performance of the work or activity on the basis of which the injured person is insured in compulsory health insurance, as well as injury resulting from compulsory conditional training related to maintenance of psycho-physical fitness to perform certain tasks, in accordance with special regulations,
- A disease caused directly and exclusively by an accident or force majeure during the work or performance of an activity or in connection with the performance of that activity on the basis of which the person is insured in the compulsory health insurance,
- An injury incurred in the same way to the insured person on a regular commuting from the apartment to the workplace and vice versa, and on the journey undertaken to enter into a job position, or to a job on the basis of which he or she is insured in the compulsory health insurance,
- Injuries or diseases referred to in items 1 and 2 occurring in insured persons in special circumstances (regular education, practical classes, rescue operations, military service, etc.).
Occupational disease is a disease caused by long-term direct impact of the work process and working conditions on certain jobs.
- Injury at work
- Occupational disease
- Instructions for the completion of the Application for injury at work
- Documentation required for the Application for injury at work
- Instructions for the completion of the Application for occupational disease
- Documentation required for the Application for occupational disease