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Basic Guide to Reporting Occupational Injuries and Diseases

Basic Guide to Reporting Occupational Injuries and Diseases

Workers must notify their employers of an accident immediately. Employers must submit certain documents to the Compensation Commissioner within 7 days of being notified. Compensation claims for occupational injuries are calculated according to the degree of disablement. Disablement caused by the employer’s negligence may result in increased compensation.

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Basic Guide to Compensation Fund Registration

Basic Guide to Compensation Fund Registration

Compensation for occupational injuries is based on the degree of disablement.
All employers must register with the Compensation Fund so that their workers can claim compensation for occupational injuries and diseases. All registered employers (with a few exceptions) pay an annual assessment fee.

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Basic Guide to Compensation Fund Assessment Fees

Basic Guide to Compensation Fund Assessment Fees

All employers must register with the Compensation Fund and pay an annual assessment fee based on their workers’ earnings and the risks associated with the type of work being done. Certain employers do not have to pay assessment fees.

Fees may increase or decrease according to an employer’s accident costs. Employers with low costs may qualify for assessment fee rebates.

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