Insurance is a way of managing risk with the aim of protecting people against possible unwanted outcome. Some forms of insurance are required by law, while others are optional. Risks that are normally not covered by the state social security system need to be covered by private insurance. People used to be more careful about the properties and tend to have full coverage for risks related to properties.
Are you insuring the health risk in the right way?
SWAIRI can investigate social security rights and put together insurance policies that the individual should have in place before departure. An overview of insurance policies that are recommended for each employee;
Critical illness (also called trauma) provides a lump sum if you suffer from certain illnesses such as cancer or heart disease.
Income protection insurance pays a percentage of your income on an on-going basis if you suffer from named illnesses.
Disability insurance pays out a lump sum for permanent disablement through sickness or accident.
In almost all countries, workers are subject to work-related accident insurance.
Life insurance coverage helps the survivors in the family. It provides a lump sum of money if you die.
Travel insurance policies cover your belongings against loss or theft, extra costs you may need to pay if your flights are cancelled, and medical treatment if you have an accident or become ill.
An assignee’s rights while working outside Norway depend on the regulations of the National Insurance Scheme and the regulations of relevant agreements with other countries. Unless exempt under applicable agreements between home and host countries, an assignee is supposed to buy insurance in the host country to cover the risks mentioned above. We have partnership agreement with global insurance providers. Our knowledge and experience will secure your assignee the best possible solution.
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