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Basic Guides for Compensation for Occupational Injuries and diseases.

Below are summaries of key topics within labour legislation

Compensation for occupational injuries is based on the degree of disablement

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The Director-General, mutual association or employer must pay transport and medical aid fees of injured or ill workers.

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When workers die because of occupational injuries or diseases, their dependants can claim compensation.

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Workers who have a work-related injury or disease must notify their employer as soon as possible after the injury or doctor's diagnosis.

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All employers must register with the Compensation Fund and pay an annual assessment fee based on their workers’ earnings.

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All employers must register with the Compensation Fund.

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The Compensation Fund pay workers for temporary, partial or permanent disablement.

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Employers must report injuries and diseases within 7 days.

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A doctor must submit a medical report to the employer.

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