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FEM Education Foundation Appoints Two Additional Partners

FEMEF was established by the Federated Employers Mutual Assurance Company (FEM), the workmen’s compensation mutual insurer for the construction industry FEM Education Foundation (FEMEF), the non-profit organisation (NPO), has appointed two new partners for 2022 that provide teacher and student education. FEMEF was established by the workmen’s compensation mutual insurer for the construction industry, the …

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Emerging Contractor Programme

Emerging Cntractor Programme BackgroundThe Master Builders KwaZulu-Natal emerging contractor programme was established with the view of developing the business acumen of emerging contractors within the building industry by guiding and supporting them in maintaining sustainable businesses. TrainingFormal training interventions were identified as critical to improving the business and contracting skills of the beneficiaries. The modules …

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Construction Industry Leadership Development Initiative Launched

A leadership development initiative has been launched for middle to senior managers, executives and entrepreneurs in the construction industry. The opportunity to participate in the programme is being made available by the workmen’s compensation provider, The Federated Employers Mutual Assurance Company (FEM). FEM has over 6,600 policyholders covering over 300 000 employees in the construction industry. …

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Over 54 900 Construction Site Injuries between 2015 and 2021

About 36 people are injured on construction sites daily Figures released by the Federated Employers Mutual Assurance Company (FEM) show an alarming number of injuries in the construction industry. FEM is one of two organisations providing workmen’s compensation for the construction industry. “The figures relate to employers who are insured by FEM, meaning that the …

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Submitting an Online Return of Earnings Renewal

The Compensation of Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act No. 130 of 1993 (“COIDA”) provides compensation for work related accidents and disablement caused by occupational injuries or diseases, sustained or contracted by employees in the course of employment, or death resulting from such injuries or diseases. Employers are required to submit a Return of Earnings (“RoE”) …

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Benefits of FEM’s Workmen’s Compensation Services to the Building and Construction Industry

As an employer, if one of your staff members falls off a building site or is injured by falling construction material, without insurance, the medical costs you will legally be obliged to pay could put you out of business.
On the other hand, as an employee, it will be a relief to know that your employer has you covered for an accident at work, and that your family is covered if it leads to your passing.

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