Workmen's Compensation
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Workmen's Compensation

Innovative and cost-effective Employees' Compensation solutions

QBE is a leading provider of financial protection against liability for workplace injuries. Our international experience in this area enables our local offices to provide innovative and cost effective solutions to our clients.

Benefit from our:

  • fully integrated approach to claims management
  • ability to remain nimble and flexible to the emerging needs of customers
  • online solutions that provide you with the tools to act faster
  • self-insurance services


The Workmen’s Compensation Insurance provides cover against all sums for which the Insured shall be liable to pay compensation to any employee for personal injury sustained either by accident or disease arising out of and in the course of his employment under Common Law or the following legislation;


  • Workmen's Compensation Ordinance 1952
  • Workmen's Compensation (Amendment) Ordinance 1956
  • Workmen's Compensation (Amendment) Ordinance 1976
  • Modification of Laws (Workmen's Compensation) Extension and
  • Modification Ordinance 1981
  • Including subsequent amendments to the said Enactments and Ordinances


The Employers’ Liability Insurance Policy provides cover for an employer against liability at law for the damages and claimant’s costs and expenses in respect of bodily injury or disease sustained by any person under a contract of service or apprenticeship with the employer whilst employed in the course of employment during the period of insurance and arising out of and in course of his employment by the employer in the business.


The benefit of this cover is that it insures death and bodily injury as a result of work place accident or occupational disease arising out of and in the course of employment, inclusive of journey to and from work such as :

  • Death
  • Permanent Disablement 
         i. Permanent Total Disablement 
        ii. Permanent Partial Disablement
  • Temporary Total Disablement
  • Medical Expenses
  • Repatriation Expenses
  • Personal Accident

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