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Overview of the Civil Service Injury Benefit Scheme

The Civil Service Injury Benefit Scheme (CSIBS)

3.3.11 Injury Benefit is paid to civil servants who suffer a 'qualifying injury' while on duty, which reduces their earning capacity.

3.3.12 The CSIBS covers all civil servants, including employees who are not in the CSP arrangements.

3.3.13 As an employer, you must meet the full costs of any injury that occurs after 1 April 1998.

See below for more information on the CSIBS.

What is Injury Benefit?

Are employees entitled to any benefits if an injury was sustained off duty?

Do we pay the cost of Injury Benefit?

Are secondees entitled to Injury Benefit?

 

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