Compensation Fund conducts further training on its claims system to improve service delivery
29 October 2020

Amidst the risks still posed by the Covid-19, the Compensation Fund, an entity of the Department of Employment and Labour, will on Friday (30 October) in partnership with the South Africa Women in Construction, conduct a session to train the latter organisation’s members on the use of the CompEasy System and provision of other employer services.


The engagement is part of the Compensation Fund to build and strengthen partnerships with professional bodies and various stakeholders. The training will focus on the Compensation Fund’s CompEasy claims management system which was introduced last October, and other Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases (COID) services related to registration of employers, letter of good standing and audited financial statements, amongst others.


The Department of Employment and Labour’s Compensation Fund’s role is to provide for compensation for disablement caused by the injuries or diseases sustained or contracted by employees in the course of their employment, or for death resulting from such injuries or diseases. All other matters connected to these services are also provided for.


On Friday, the Fund will conduct the engagement session at the Dolphin Leap Conference & Events Centre at 35 Humewood Road in Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape.


The first session will be held from 09:00am–12:00-midday, and the other session will be held from 14:00-17:00.


For more information, contact:


Franco Mabuya

CF Assistant Director: Stakeholder Management

060 989 8675


For media enquiries contact:


Hloni Mpaka

Director CF: Communication

072 670 5464



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 Issued by: Department of Employment and Labour