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Injury Compensation Service

Injury compensations are awarded when government employees become disabled or die due to illness or injury incurred on duty. Allocation of this is determined by the Pension Benefits Deliberation Committee (PBDC) which determines the grade of disability and the correlation between the injury and work. The process of injury compensation can be summarized as follows.

The claimant
(the injured)
  • Claiming a compensation to the government agency belonging to the injured or dead GE (Medical treatment payment, Disability Pension or Dangerous Job-related Death Compensation etc.)
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Government Agency
  • Delivering the documents on compensation claim to the GEP Service (including a report of injury and a doctor’s note)
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GEP Service
  • Checking the application document and deciding whether the injury is job-related injury or not via PBDC
  • Paying compensation benefits