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What is COIDA

Before March 1994 employees were covered by the Workmen’s Compensation Act, but since 1 March 1994 the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act, No. 130 of 1993, referred to as COIDA, came into effect.

Employers contribute to the Compensation Fund (Trust Fund) managed and controlled by the Compensation Commissioner.

EMPLOYERS MUST REGISTER WITH THE COMPENSATION FUND AND PAY ANNUAL ASSESSMENT FEES WHEN EMPLOYING ONE OR MORE PART-TIME OR FULL-TIME EMPLOYEE(S). THE ANNUAL ASSESSMENT FEE IS BASED ON EMPLOYEES’ EARNINGS AND THE RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH THE TYPE OF WORK.

Failure to register constitutes an offence.

COIDA by law provides compensation for most workers or their dependants for injuries on duty.

Domestic Employees are not covered by fund.

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Letter of good Standing

By law a letter of good standing will only be issued once an employer complies with the requirements of COIDA. (Government Gazette, 10 November 2017, No. 41237)

Based on legislation in section 89 (chapter IX) of COIDA and referenced by the 2017 South African Labour Guide, employers using contractors must obtain a letter of good standing from the contractor to prove that the contractor is registered and that assessment payments are up to date.

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