Responsibilities and obligations in the construction industry in Finland -online training published!

Make sure you and your contracting partners are CompliancyChecked™

By incorporating the information from this training into your day-to-day operations and also requiring subcontractors to complete the training, you ensure that statutory requirements are familiar to all operators.

We welcome you to the world of Finnish statutory requirements

Complying with statutory requirements enhances safety, quality and responsibility.

The responsible operator looks after their employees' competence. The experts of the future are aware of the responsibilities and know how to plan and carry out their work in such a way that the obligations are taken into account.


Checkfin helps customers with Finnish statutory requirements by consulting and training. Learn to know obligations and responsibilities through CompliancyChecked -practical trainings. Trainings are a great tool in the fight against the grey economy. All our services are available in Finnish and English, in all industries.


Taking control of the bureaucracy for you

We act as an interpreter between the companies and the authorities. Our goal is to make the statutory requirements practical and easy to understand for everybody.

We have several years of experience in the Finnish construction and energy industry, for projects of various sizes, for example, turnarounds in large industries. Through experience, we have accumulated extensive knowledge of the statutory requirements in Finland and of general practices in the field.

We have cooperated with companies around the world, and it has given us solid knowledge of the application of the Finnish statutory requirements to international companies.

Our special expertise

  • Finnish statutory requirements in the construction industry

  • Risk management

  • Supply chain management

  • Turnaround projects

  • International cooperation

  • Software development

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