If a work-related injury is caused by a particular activity and the worker, due to their pluri-employment or pluri-activity, is in another company or under another Social Security Scheme, the payments will be recognised in the following way:
a) If the other activity or job is as an employee, it will be considered as a occupational accident.
b) If the other activity is as a self-employed worker:
- If it is an accident, it will be considered as a non-work-related injury.
c) If the other activity is as a self-employed worker, and the worker has not opted for work-related contingency cover:
- If it is a disease covered as a work-related injury (heart attack), it will be considered a common disease.
c) If the other activity is as a self-employed worker, and the worker has opted for work-related contingency cover:
- If it is a disease covered as a work-related injury (heart attack), it will be considered as a work-related injury. Work-related diseases are considered work-related injuries, as long as work-related contingencies are covered in the special scheme for self-employed workers and the concept established for them in article 3.2.c) of Royal Decree 1273/2003 corresponds to that of article 115.2.e) of the General Social Security Act.
PART-TIME WORKERS AND RECIPIENTS OF UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS
Work-related injuries suffered by part-time workers who are also recipients of unemployment benefits will be considered as such due to the part-time job but will be derived from common injuries from the point of view of receiving unemployment benefits, as in these types of situation, contribution to Social Security does not include the payments corresponding to work-related injuries and occupational diseases.