6

Protect your company against workplace injury liabilities

As an employer, you have legal obligations and a duty of care to your employees. If any of your employees sustains any bodily injury due to an accident arising out of or in the course of their employment, you are required by legislation to pay compensation. In addition to the statutory liability, an employer may also be liable to their employees under Common Law.

A Workers' Compensation policy helps an employer meet their obligations to their employees and includes the costs of investigation, defence and any compensation awarded by the court. This policy can be extended to include Common Law cover or a separate Employers’ Liability policy can be taken up.

In some markets, a comprehensive workers’ compensation scheme may include optional benefits that assist companies with retaining their staff.

For more information about how QBE Workers' Compensation Insurance can help protect your company, contact your broker or your local QBE office.


Important Notice:
The above only serves as a general description of our products and services in some of our Pacific operations. Please note that not all the products are offered in all markets. For full product details and coverage or to check on the product availability in your market, please contact your local insurance broker or a QBE authorised agent.

Privacy Policy. We use a small number of cookies on this website to make the website as useful as possible. None of these cookies collect any personal information. To find out more about these cookies and how to control their use, see our Privacy and Cookies Policy.
Ok, I agree