The Federated Employers Mutual Assurance Company (RF) (Pty) Ltd (“FEM”) is licensed to conduct non-life insurance business.
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ABOUT FEM

THE FEDERATED EMPLOYERS MUTUAL ASSURANCE COMPANY (RF) (Pty) Ltd was established as a mutual insurer in 1936 and, on the introduction of the Workmen’s Compensation Act 1941, was granted a license to continue to transact workmen’s compensation insurance for the construction industry.

WHAT WE DO

Temporary
Total Disablement
Permanent
Disablement
Compensation for
Death on Duty
Medical
Expenses
Transport of an
Injured Employee
Covid-19

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FEM was established as a mutual insurer in 1936 and, on the introduction of the Workmen’s Compensation Act 1941, was granted a license to continue to transact workmen’s compensation insurance for the construction industry.

Visit www.fem.co.za to find out more.

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All unemployed FEM pensioners who suffered from occupational injuries or diseases can apply for retraining assistance through the Rehabilitation, Social Reintegration, and Return to Work Programme. The new skills can equip them to find an alternative occupation and/or start a small business for income earning.

Please visit www.fem.co.za/rehabilitation to read more

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All unemployed FEM pensioners who suffered from occupational injuries or diseases can apply for retraining assistance through the Rehabilitation, Social Reintegration, and  Return to Work Programme. The new skills can equip them to find an alternative occupation and/or start a small business for income earning.

Please visit www.fem.co.za/rehabilitation to read more

#ReskillingProgramme
#InjuryOnDuty
#FEMcares

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Why you. Can't help us as widow to start business as well or do something to give us alternative income

The FEM Rehabilitation, Social Reintegration and Return to Work Programme is supported by the Upskilling and Reskilling Programme. This programme aims at upskilling or reskilling employees that are unable to return to their previous work after an injury. FEM offers the employees the opportunity to acquire new skills, which may enable them to re-enter the job market in the field of their choice.

Please visit www.fem.co.za/rehabilitation to read more

#upskillingprogramme
#InjuryOnDuty
#femcares
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The FEM Rehabilitation, Social Reintegration and Return to Work Programme is supported by the Upskilling and Reskilling Programme. This programme aims at upskilling or reskilling employees that are unable to return to their previous work after an injury. FEM offers the employees the opportunity to acquire new skills, which may enable them to re-enter the job market in the field of their choice. 

Please visit www.fem.co.za/rehabilitation to read more

#UpskillingProgramme
#InjuryOnDuty
#FEMcares
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Fraud & Ethics Contact Details

FEM has a Tip-Offs Anonymous Helpline, which is available to employees 24 hours a day, seven days a week in English, and is equipped to handle all eleven official languages of the Republic of South Africa between 8am to 5pm. The Helpline is staffed by an organisation independent of FEM, and to the extent possible (and in conformity with regulations); callers do not have to give their name. In all cases, employee privacy will be respected to the fullest extent possible under the law. The operator will relay the information to FEM and will provide the employee with a case number and call back date if desired.

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