Terms of use

Unless otherwise stated, the information on this website is free of rights and may be used for private, association, scientific and commercial purposes. The federal government does, however, recommend stating the source and date of the information that is reused.

Where prior authorisation is required, or where specific conditions are necessary, re-use restrictions are explicitly mentioned. The re-use of multimedia content (photographs, images, sound, videos, etc.), including the content contained in downloadable documents (brochures, etc.), is always subject to prior approval.

The federal government makes every effort to ensure that this website is correct and up to date. Should an error be detected, it undertakes to make the necessary corrections as soon as possible.

Through this website, the Federal agency for occupational risks (Fedris) aims to provide correct and understandable information about the occupational accidents' sector. The information on this website relates to complex matters. It is possible that some specific cases are not represented. The information available is of a general nature and is not intended to cover specific or personal situations. Neither can Fedris guarantee that an online document can be considered to be an authentic reproduction of official texts. Only official texts published in the Moniteur belge (the official Belgian legal journal) have legal force. The information is not necessarily complete and cannot be considered to constitute legal advice. If you require any additional information or specific advice, please contact our services or an expert. 

On this website, you will find some useful links to other websites related to the action field and the competences of Fedris. Nevertheless, Fedris accepts no liability for the information provided on these websites or for the potential problems caused by accessing to these websites.

In order to improve readability, only the masculine form (he) is used on this website. The use of he/his should also be understood as she/her.

More information on access to and re-use of government information can be found at https://data.gov.be/fr/aspects-legaux (in French).