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    Further In-depth study of Employment Injury Insurance Scheme for Sri Lanka

     
    Project ID: SI-001 Status: Completed

    Employment Injury is one of 9 areas of social security as defined by the ILO Convention No 102 and is further detailed in ILO Convention No 121 on Employment Injury Benefits. Employment Injury Insurance (EII) is a system of social insurance that aims to provide all workers a method of compensation during periods of work-related injury. Compensation can include replacement wages, nursing benefits, medical benefits and in case of death, survivor benefits. The main system currently in place to compensate injured employees is an employer-liability system by an act of law insurance is not mandatory for employers to cover this liability. The study aims to assess the benefits and shortfalls of the current system in Sri Lanka and to assess the viability of introducing a social insurance scheme for this purpose.

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     Project at a glance  Project team
    Start Date: Jan 2013
    End Date: Nov 2013
    Themes: Social Insurance
    Sponsor(s): ILO
    Client: Ministry of Labour and Labour Relations, ILO
    IHP Staff: RP Rannan-Eliya, Indika Siriwardena, Rehana Thowfeek, Janaki Jayanathan, Shanaz Saleem, Bhagya Seneviratne, Dilini Adikari, Tharshana Kugadas, Chathurika Lasanthi
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    Region: Asia
    Country(s): Sri Lanka
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