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Flexible contribution in high risk sectors helps expand coverage of work-related injury insurance

Flexible contribution in high risk sectors helps expand coverage of work-related injury insurance

A case of the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security | China
Flexible contribution in high risk sectors helps expand coverage of work-related injury insurance

In addition to the major factors of removal of legal barriers to extension, incorporation of extension targets in national development plans, special coverage extension campaigns, contribution rate subsidies for vulnerable groups, and integrated collection of social insurance contributions, other valuable means to extend coverage are the introduction of flexible contributions for high risk sectors and linkage of work injury affiliation to the issue of business licenses and work safety permits, etc. As a result, the scheme boasted 181.72 million participants (including 68.57 million farmer-turned domestic migrant workers) by mid-2012, compared to only 45.75 million in 2003.

Implementation year2016
Topics: Occupational accidents and diseases, Compliance and contribution collection, Extension of coverage
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