ID06 – Compulsory ID and attendance reporting on the building site
With the introduction of ID06, the building sector has made a big step forward in the fight against economic crime. Pre-registration, compulsory proof of identity and attendance reporting make it more difficult for unauthorised persons to be present on the building site.
The aim of ID06 General Provisions on identity requirements and attendance records is primarily to prevent illegal labour and economic crime and to promote healthy competition.
In brief, ID06 means that
subcontractors and suppliers are obliged to provide to the general contractor or turnkey contractor in advance in writing, the names and civic registration numbers of the persons who shall have the right to be present on the building site,
everyone on the building site is obliged to be able to show a valid ID,
everyone on the building site is obliged to wear a visible identity badge or authorisation card,
the general contractor or turnkey contractor is obliged to keep a daily list of everyone present (personnel register) on the building site. The daily list of those present shall be kept for two years, and kept available for possible inspection by the Swedish Tax Agency,
the general contractor or turnkey contractor has the right to refuse entry to those persons who have not been pre-registered or do not have an ID,
the general contractor or turnkey contractor has the right to demand a penalty of SEK 500 per person and day from the employer involved, if employees of the subcontractor or supplier cannot show an ID or do not have a visible identity badge,
the contractor or supplier is obliged to cite ID06 in agreements with any subcontractor.
ID06 General Provisions
Receipt of card and ID06 information for individuals
In the event of any obscurity or fault, the Swedish edition shall have precedence.