WIBA & Employer’s Liability Seminar

WIBA & Employer’s Liability Seminar

VENUE: Nairobi

BACKGROUND

The Work Injury Benefits Act 2007 was passed by parliament to repeal the Workmen Compensation Act Cap. 236 of the laws of Kenya. It was a product of a series of new labour laws that were aimed at improving the welfare of workers. Employers are compelled to compensate employees who sustain injuries or contract diseases in the course of duty. Third Party Motor insurance is also compulsory in Kenya. Organizations in the transport business face similar risks by virtue of the people they employ and the vehicles they own and other contingent liability risks. They seek insurance for their risk exposures. Understanding the risks and the risk management measures is important. A discussion of the appropriate policies is necessary. This course details the risks, the sources of liability, the policies and other risk management measures.

 COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • Understand the concept of liability
  • Understand the risks in the transport business
  • Understand sources of Legal Liability
  • Be exposed to the various types of Liability Insurances
  • Explain the Nature of Work Injury Benefit Act( WIBA),2007
  • Develop appreciation of the application of the provisions of Work Injury Benefits Act
  • Appreciation the operation of the cover provided under the Work Injury Benefit Act (WIBA, 2007).
  • To discuss the challenges in the operation of Work Injury Benefits Act Insurance
  • Management of risks and liabilities arising therefrom
  • Examples from other jurisdictions in relation thereto

COURSE CONTENTS

  • General Liability in Insurance
  • The sources of legal liability
  • The various classes of liability insurances
  • Work Injury Benefits Act (WIBA)
  • Work Injury Benefits Act (WIBA),Insurance
  • Challenges in the operation of Work Injury Benefits Act (WIBA),Insurance

TARGET GROUP

  • Staff in Underwriting and Claims department in insurance companies
  • Staff working in insurance department in non-insurance institutions
  • Staff in the Ministry that administers employee compensation under the Act.
  • Insurance brokerage staff

 

Cost: 32,500.00


 

How to apply

All candidates must follow the application steps where they provide their details and select units. An invoice will be sent to the email address of the applicant with payment instructions.


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