Taiwan to make occupational accident insurance compulsory – Business Insurance

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Taiwan’s new Labor Occupational Accident Insurance and Protection Act, effective May 1, will make it compulsory for all registered companies to have occupational accident insurance for their workers, Asia Insurance Review reported. The insurance is required to cover not only the workers but also their families, and must begin from their first day on the job.
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