Understanding the Employees’ Compensation
Ordinance & Handling Work Injury Cases
(Course Code: HR201221)
Date: 2020.12.21 (Mon)
Time: 2:30pm - 5:30pm (3 hours)
Venue: Online training (with Zoom)
Language: Cantonese with English terminology
The Employees' Compensation Ordinance ("ECO" Cap 282, Law of Hong Kong) stipulates that employees injured or contracted occupational diseases at work are entitled to a range of compensations, including work injury leave, medical expenses, prostheses and surgical appliances, and lump sum compensation in the case of permanent loss of work capacity or death. The Ordinance requires employers to report these cases as early as possible, provide treatment, arrange medical examination for the employee, and to make payments to the employee during the work injury leave period. However, many problems might crop up in these processes. This workshop provides practical advice to employers on ways to handle these cases effectively.
Who Should Attend
All employers, Human Resources Managers and staff with responsibilities for functions within the workplace that relate to Work Injury.
Application of ECO & risks of engaging self-employed persons
Work injury & occupational disease: definitions & grey areas
Employer's liabilities & circumstances under which the employer is not liable
Settlement of employees' compensation claims
Arranging medical examination & treatment for the employee
Basis for calculation of compensation – definition of "monthly earnings" & formulas
Prevention of abuse of the employee compensation system
Managing the post-injury period and assigning light duties
Participants who successfully complete this course and have 80% attendance will be issued an Electronic Certificate of Attendance
Ms Tina MOK, Barrister-at-law
Ms. Tina MOK graduated from University of Nottingham, UK and she was admitted as a barrister of High Court of Hong Kong in 2017 in Hong Kong.
Ms. MOK specialises on public and human rights law, criminal and civil matters with extensive experience in employee’s compensation and personal injuries claims.
Tel: 2153 9887
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