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Posted by: naddy | 2007/05/08

Injury on duty

If injured on duty how does it work? What happens if it is a permanent dissability?

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If you are injured on duty and it is a permanent disability, you may claim to be "boarded" from the pension or Provident Fund. It is obviously only applicable if you belong to a Pension or Provident Fund. If you don't belong to any of these funds, you may claim from Workmen's Compensation and unfortunately, you will be dismissed for operational requirements.

MICHAEL BAGRAIM

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