Self-certification of absence
Self-certification of absence must be sent in the DFØ app or the SAP portal on your first day back at work.
- Register self-certification of absence in DFØ app (only in Norwegian)
- Register self-certification of absence in SAP Portal (only in Norwegian)
- During one self-certification period, you can use self-certification for up to eight days of absence (including weekends)
- No more than 24 self-certification days within a 12 month period
- Self-certification of absence prior to a doctor’s certificate is considered as used self-certification days.
- If you get ill while on holiday, you cannot use self-certification
Children's or babysitter’s illness
- If you are the carer of children under 12 years old, you can stay home for up to three days at a time when the child is ill (calculated in working days, weekends not included).
- For one child you can get up to 10 days during a calendar year. If you are the sole custodian of the child, this right is extended to 20 days.
- Do you care for three or more children, the limit is 15 days. If you are the only custodian, the limit is 30 days.
- The doctor's certificate must be submitted to your manager as soon as possible.
- Both part C (front and back) and Part D of the certificate must be delivered – make sure to fill out the personal statement and sign on part D.