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  1. Kazakhstan - Employment accident and occupational disease benefit - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Decree of the Government No. 320 of 4 April 2014 on Increasing of the Size of Social Payments from the State Social Insurance Fund in Cases of Working Disability and of Loss of the Breadwinner. - Legislation On-Line

    Adoption: 2014-04-04 | Date of entry into force: 2014-04-01 | KAZ-2014-R-97831

    In accordance with the law on Compulsory Social Insurance, increases by 4,59 % the size of social payments from state social insurance fund in cases of working disability and loss of breadwinner to persons receiving social payments as of 1 April 2014.

  2. Kazakhstan - Employment accident and occupational disease benefit - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Decree No. 28 of 1 March 2010 of the Board of Regulation and Supervision of Financial Markets and Financial Organizations Approving Normative Legal Acts Regulating Organization and Conducting of Activities for Compulsory Civil Liability Insurance for Employers in case of Injury to the Life or Health of Employees during the performance of their work duties. (ПОСТАНОВЛЕНИЕ ПРАВЛЕНИЯ АГЕНТСТВА РЕСПУБЛИКИ КАЗАХСТАН ПО РЕГУЛИРОВАНИЮ И НАДЗОРУ ФИНАНСОВОГО РЫНКА И ФИНАНСОВЫХ ОРГАНИЗАЦИЙ от 1 марта 2010 года №28 Об утверждении нормативных правовых актов, регулирующих организацию и осуществление деятельности по обязательному страхованию гражданско-правовой ответственности работодателя за причинение вреда жизни и здоровью работника при исполнении им трудовых (служебных) обязанностей) - Legislation On-line

    Adoption: 2010-03-01 | Date of entry into force: 2010-03-10 | KAZ-2010-R-87781

    Implements the Law No. 234-IV of 30 December 2010 to amend and supplement several legal Acts on the issues of compulsory and mutual insurance and taxation.
    Approves the mechanism of calculation of insurance premiums and rules of calculation of annuities as per insurance contract.

  3. Kazakhstan - Employment accident and occupational disease benefit - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Governmental Decree No. 678 of 10 July 2008 to approve the rules for the executive process to claim from the State amounts corresponding to periodical payments to compensate for the damage caused to the life or health of workers in case of absence of or insufficient funds of the legal entity in a bankruptcy process that has previously been recognized as being liable for the damage. - Legislation from CIS Countries (in Russian)

    Adoption: 2008-07-10 | Date of entry into force: 2008-07-19 | KAZ-2008-R-81153

    Regulates the procedure to follow in case of claims made by employees to an enterprise in liquidation for occupational health and accident related compensation.

  4. Kazakhstan - Employment accident and occupational disease benefit - Law, Act

    Law No. 30 of 7 February 2005 on compulsory insurance for civil responsibility of the employer in the event of damage to worker's life and health during completion of occupational (service) obligations. - Zakon

    Adoption: 2005-02-07 | Date of entry into force: 2005-07-01 | KAZ-2005-L-73326

    Provides for the protection of workers' interests, life and health so that employers get more involved in ensuring occupational safety.

  5. Kazakhstan - Employment accident and occupational disease benefit - Law, Act

    Law No. 414-I of 13 July 1999 on State special benefit to persons employed in underground and mining works, in works under particularly harmful and difficult conditions. - Act No. 414-I

    Adoption: 1999-07-13 | Date of entry into force: 2000-01-01 | KAZ-1999-L-67350

    Provides for social protection of persons concerned and deals with means of grant and payment of benefits.


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