SSSF sets registration controls to receive insurance protection

April 19, 2024 / 10:30 AM
Sharjah24: The Sharjah Social Security Fund (SSSF) is committed to promoting job stability and improving the relationship between employees and their work. Their aim is to expand the circle of social solidarity, provide social protection and security for citizens, and ensure compliance with the fund's participation regulations, which are in line with the social security law in the emirate.
The fund is determined to implement the directives of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, who has emphasised the importance of supporting and monitoring the social affairs and living conditions of the people of the emirate. They aim to provide decent living standards, social stability, and happiness for the citizens of Sharjah and their families.

To be eligible for the fund, the insured must be a UAE citizen holding a family book and the son of a female citizen registered in the Emirate of Sharjah. The insured must be between eighteen and sixty years old for men and between eighteen and fifty-five years old for women. The insured must also be physically fit to work, and the appointment should not be temporary, daily, or during training periods before the appointment.

The Sharjah Social Security Fund is focused on implementing Law No. (5) of 2018 regarding social security in the Emirate of Sharjah. The law's legal provisions are comprehensive and follow the best international standards of solidarity. The fund extends umbrella insurance protection to all citizens of the emirate who work in government departments, institutions, and bodies, as well as the private sector, to which the government contributes. Additionally, the children of female citizens registered in the emirate are also covered.

The primary objective of these regulations is to provide complete social protection for citizens and their family members and to ensure that they receive full care in accordance with the requirements and rules of the law in force in the emirate.
April 19, 2024 / 10:30 AM

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