Section 4-3. The duties of the Fund Board

The Fund Board decides the number of regional safety representatives for the industries covered by the regulations and their geographical area of operation, based on the needs that are deemed to exist in each industry. Decisions on increasing the number of regional safety representatives require unanimity in the Fund Board
The Fund Board collects fees pursuant to Section 14-3, and it decides how great a proportion of the collected fee is to be spent on covering expenses for the regional safety representatives' work in each of the industries covered by the scheme. Unless the Board agrees otherwise, the funds shall be distributed in proportion to how much has been collected in the respective industries.
In connection with collection of the fee, the Fund Board shall notify the undertakings of who has been appointed regional safety representative.
The Fund Board may decide that a regional safety representative shall be relieved from office before the expiry of the four-year period, if the safety representative clearly and for a prolonged period has failed to perform the duties assigned to him/her under these regulations or has grossly abused the office.
The Fund Board shall prepare general guidelines for the regional safety representatives; see Section 4-1.
The Fund Board may decide that studies, analyses and projects shall be initiated that the regional safety representatives can make use of in their work.