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Here are the two types of incidents you must report to COID

by , 10 July 2014
When an accident happens in your workplace, you must report it.
And while you must report all accidents to the DoL, when it comes to COID, there are two types of incidents you'll report to them...

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Report these two incidents to COID

 
Incident one: You must report any injury on duty that stops your employee from working for three days or more. 
 
These workplace accidents normally require a visit to the doctor. So ensure you employee gets a medical certificate from him. 
 
To report this kind of incident, you need to get a W.CL.2 form from a Compensation fund office, a local DoL office or from http://www.labour.gov.za/DOL/.
 
You must complete this form and report the accident to COID within seven days of the accident.
 
Incident two: Any of the occupational diseases we listed here, must be reported. These include a bad reaction to exposure to harmful substances such as chemicals or gasses. 
 
If your employee gets sick from his job, he must go to the doctor. If the doctor believes there are other effects because of your employee's job, he can claim for those too.
 
To report this, you must get a W.CL.1 and complete it. You can also get this form from a Compensation fund office, a local DoL office or from http://www.labour.gov.za/DOL/.
 
 
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