Employees’ Social Security Act 1969 (Act 4), Regulations & Rules (As At 5th December 2016) [SOCSO]

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Employees’ Social Security Act 1969 (Act 4) [SOCSO]

Regulations & Rules
(As At 5th December 2016)

An Act to provide social security in certain contingencies and to make provision for certain other matters in relation thereto.


Detailed Contents Of Employees’ Social Security Act 1969 (Act 4) :

The Employees' Social Security Act 1969 (Act 4) is a Malaysian law that establishes the Social Security Organization (SOCSO), which provides social security protection for employees in the private sector. The act aims to ensure that employees and their dependents are financially protected in the event of injury, disability, illness, or death that arises from their employment.

The act is supported by various regulations and rules, which provide more details on how it should be implemented. As of December 5th, 2016, the following regulations and rules were in place:

  1. Employees’ Social Security (General) Regulations 1971: These regulations provide general guidance on the implementation of the act, including the registration of employers and employees, the calculation of contributions, and the processing of claims.

  2. Employees’ Social Security (Employment Injury) Regulations 2010: These regulations cover the procedures for reporting and investigating employment injuries, as well as the entitlements and benefits that employees are eligible to receive in the event of an employment injury.

  3. Employees’ Social Security (Invalidity Pension) Regulations 1991: These regulations outline the eligibility criteria and procedures for claiming an invalidity pension in the event that an employee is unable to work due to a permanent disability.

  4. Employees’ Social Security (Medical Benefit) Regulations 1971: These regulations specify the medical benefits that employees are entitled to receive under the act, including medical treatment, hospitalization, and the supply of medical aids and appliances.

  5. Employees’ Social Security (Funeral Expenses) Regulations 1993: These regulations outline the funeral benefits that are available to the dependents of employees who have died as a result of an employment injury or an occupational disease.

  6. Employees’ Social Security (Employment Injury Benefit) Regulations 2010: These regulations cover the entitlements and benefits that employees are eligible to receive in the event of an employment injury, including temporary disablement benefit, permanent disablement benefit, and rehabilitation allowance.

  7. Employees’ Social Security (Invalidity Pension) Rules 1991: These rules provide more detailed guidance on the procedures for claiming an invalidity pension, including the medical examinations and assessments that are required.

  8. Employees’ Social Security (Medical Benefit) Rules 1971: These rules specify the procedures for claiming medical benefits under the act, including the types of medical treatment and services that are covered.

  9. Employees’ Social Security (Funeral Expenses) Rules 1993: These rules provide more detailed guidance on the funeral benefits that are available to the dependents of employees who have died as a result of an employment injury or an occupational disease.

Overall, the Employees’ Social Security Act 1969, along with its regulations and rules, provides important social security protections for employees in Malaysia, ensuring that they and their dependents are financially protected in the event of injury, disability, illness, or death arising from their employment.

Employees’ Social Security Act 1969 (Act 4) Contains :

Employees’ Social Secuity Act 1969 (Act 4)
Employees’ Social Security (General) Regulations 1971
Employees’ Social Security Rules 1971
Employees’ Social Security (Social Security Appellate Board Procedure) Regulations 1976
Employees’ Social Security (Periodical Payments To Dependants) Regulations 1984
Employees’ Social Security (Minimum Daily Rate Of Benefit) Regulations 1984
Social Security Organisation (Promotion Board) Rules 1988
Employees’ Social Security (Conduct and Discipline) Rules 1994
Employees’ Social Security (Amount of Funeral Benefit) Regulations 1998
Employees’ Social Security (Minimum Daily Rate of Benefit) Regulations 1999
Employees’ Social Security (Disciplinary Committee and Disciplinary Appeal Board) Rules 2001
Employees’ Social Security (Compounding of Offences) Regulations 2006
Employees’ Social Security (Monthly Rate of Constant-Attendance Allowance) Regulations 2013
Employees’ Social Security (Minimum Average Monthly Wage) Regulations 2014


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