Publications, tools and resources

  1. ILO Strategy for Employment Injury Insurance and Workers' Compensation

    04 September 2017

    GEIP: contributing to Decent Work and the social protection floor guarantee in the workplace.

  2. The return on prevention: Calculating the International Return on Prevention for Companies: Costs and Benefits of Investments in Occupational Safety and Health

    31 May 2017

  3. Employment injury protection eastern and Southern African Countries

    12 August 2016

    The study seeks to review the provision of employment injury protection schemes in selected Eastern and Southern African countries. This is in order to fill the knowledge gap as regards the situation on employment injury and compensation in the Eastern and Southern African region.

  4. Bangladesh. Technical note. Comparison between employment injury provisions in the Labour Act and standard provisions of an employment injury insurance scheme

    26 November 2015


  5. Bangladesh. Rana Plaza Compensation Scheme. Technical report on the scheme design and operationalization, and lessons learnt

    26 November 2015


  6. Employment Injury Insurance in the Republic of Moldova: Options for contribution rates

    19 December 2013

    Employment injury compensation is closely related with occupational safety and health. In order to reduce work accidents and occupational diseases, it is indispensable to create positive synergies between compensation and prevention. One of the crucial questions is how to find a balance between individual liability and collective solidarity with a view to improve the financial protection of all parties and provide incentives for prevention. This report explains key characteristics of the differential rating system and experience rating system, and analyzes the issues associated with their implementation in the Moldovan context.

  7. Restructuring the Employment Injury Insurance System in Serbia: Further analysis of reform options

    19 December 2013

    This publication summarizes the current provisions of employment injury benefits in Serbia and provides an overview of the social security benefits against accidents and sicknesses for work-related and general cases. It also presents the analysis with respect to the measures to improve the reporting of work accidents and occupational diseases in Serbia as well as presents the actuarial evaluation of the costs of employment injury benefits and the methods for determining contribution rates.