a. To assess the available information sources as regards their adequateness for the production of the statistics on accidents at work, notably as regards compliance to Commission Regulation (EU) No 349/2011, of April 2011 and submit recommendations that may contribute to improve the coverage of this statistical information que possam concorrer para a melhoria de cobertura desta informação estatística, particularly to the public sector (CAE-Rev-3 sectors O, P and Q).
b. To assess whether the Information System on the Organisation of the State (portuguese acronym SIOE) makes it possible to ensure quality and statistical coverage for the public sector as far as labour market statistics are concerned, and submit recommendations on the necessary conditions for its evolution into a public sector "Public Report".
c. To list and analyse the pertinent administrative sources, notably in the context of compliance with obligations regarding social security and tax authorities, aiming at making available data for a regular characterisation of workers without a contract (the so-called workers on "green-receipts") .
d. To analyse the "Single Report" results, from the viewpoint of coverage, consistance and release schedule.
e. To identify the information available on absenteeism and analyse its conformity with user needs.
f. To monitor the Labour Force Survey on a regular basis, as regards quarterly information, monthly unemployment rates and the preparation of ad-hoc modules.
g. To issue an opinion on methodological changes to labour market' statistical operations.
h. To issue an opinion on new information needs and the deepening of already existing information, taking into consideration the available sources and efficient ways of obtaining it.
i. To monitor the implementation of decisions made at the International Conference of Labour Statisticians (ICLS), held in late 2013 within the scope of the International Labour Organization.