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  • If your employee contracts HIV from a work accident, do this
  • The fact that South Africa has one of the highest HIV infection rates in the world isn't news. You've heard it before and you've probably stop listening to people that say that. But if I told you that there were 400 000 new HIV infections in South Africa each year alone, would you take notice then? With the current number of HIV+ South Africans sitting at 6.4 million, chance are at least one... ››› more
  • [17 November 2014]
  • If you forget this important step, you're guilty of COIDA non-compliance
  • COIDA exists to ensure your employees get help if they have an accident at work. To help your employees get compensation from COID, you must register your company with the Compensation Fund. But that's not all you have to do. Complying with COIDA is an ongoing process. If you don't keep up with this process and forget to do this important step, you're guilty of breaking the law under COIDA. ... ››› more
  • [10 October 2014]
  • One thing you must do to comply with COIDA
  • The Compensation for Occupational Injury or Disease Act (COIDA) protects your employees by enabling them to get compensation for work related injuries or illnesses. You have to comply with this Act so your employees can get the benefits. But what must you do to comply?   Don't break the law! Do this to comply with COIDA   The most important thing you must do to comply with ... ››› more
  • [10 October 2014]
  • Who will pay for Thabo's medical and transport costs when he cuts his arm at work?
  • Thabo cuts his arm badly while using your sawing machine at work. He needs medical attention to stop the bleeding and repair the damaged muscles and nerves. And with this comes serious medical bills. You know Thabo can't afford these medical bills, or even the cost of transportation to hospital. Now you want to know who'll pay Thabo compensation for these expenses. Is it you or COID? Rea... ››› more
  • [02 October 2014]
  • Here are the grounds on which the Commissioner will reject your COID claim
  • When your employee has an injury on duty, you must help him claim for compensation from COID to cover his expenses and any lost income during his recovery. When you submit this claim, the Compensation Commissioner goes through a whole process to determine whether or not he'll approve the claim. The Commissioner rejects claims more than you think. During his review process he'll use these gr... ››› more
  • [02 October 2014]
  • Follow these five steps to report incidents to the Compensation Fund
  • If your employee has an accident at work that results in a serious injury, the first thing you must do is report the accident to COID. You have to do this correctly, or the claim could be doomed before the Compensation Commissioner even looks at it. That's why today, we're revealing how to correctly report an accident to COID in five easy steps. Read on to find out how...   Corre... ››› more
  • [01 October 2014]
  • Warning: If you do this COID will reject your claim
  • If your employee has an injury at work, he can claim injury compensation. This will normally come from COID. But this isn't always the case. The Compensation Commissioner rejects more claims than you care to imagine. When this happens, you might have to foot the bill. To avoid this, you need to be careful of making any mistakes during the claiming process. In fact, there's one thing you m... ››› more
  • [01 October 2014]
  • Here's how to deal with COID if Jason is injured outside of South Africa
  • Your employee Jason travels a lot for work. As he's a site inspector for your construction company, he spends a lot of time on your construction sites in and outside of SA. On a recent trip to a site in Namibia, he was injured when a movable machine crushed his foot. Now you need to find out how you deal with COID to get Jason compensation when he wasn't in SA at the time of his accident. ... ››› more
  • [30 September 2014]
  • Here's how COID determines how much money your permanently disabled employee will get
  • When it comes to permanent disabilities, COID will give your employee compensation. But he'll either get it as a lump sum or a monthly pension. This depends on something COID calls 'disability percentage'. The Compensation Commissioner, with a panel of doctors, will determine your employee's disability percentage. But what does this percentage represent? Today we're revealing exactly wha... ››› more
  • [29 September 2014]
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