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    Statistics: The Health and Labor Risks Superintendence (SISALRIL)

    The affiliation between the Family Insurance System (SFS) and the Safety and Labor Risks (SRL) department has produced a significant increase in the number of people who rely on the protection provided under the Dominican Social Security System (SDSS in Spanish). During the period between September 2007 and April 2010 there has been an increase of 76.8% of users affiliated with the Family Health Safety in its Contributing and Subsidized Plans.

    As of April 2010 in the Safety and Labor Risks area, there are 1,261,181 workers affiliated, confirming a growing movement in the formal labor sector. This data means that 80% of the working population in the formal sector of the economy is protected under the Social Security system if one compares this number of paying contributors to the Social Security system and the estimates about the active labor force as published by the Central Bank of the Dominican Republic.

    According to data registered at the Social Security Treasury, a total of 41,457 active units, among private and public institutions, were registered during the month of April.
     
    According to statistics processed by the Safety and Labor Risks Superintendence (SISALRIL), this data shows that the majority of the contributors have between one and five employees, representing 53.11% of all active employing groups. This group, made up of 22,016 units, relies on a total of 58,368 workers which represents 4.63% of the salaried workers affiliated with the SRL.

    DISTRIBUTION OF COMPANIES AND WORKERS AFFILIATED WITH THE SDSS ACCORDING TO THE NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES (APRIL 2010)

    Number of employees per unit

    Companies and Public Institutions

    % of Companies and Public Institutions

    Number of Workers

    %  of Workers

    TOTAL

    41,457

    100,00%

    1,261,181

    100,00%

    01 & 05

    22,016

    53,11%

    58,368

    4,63%

    06 & 10

    7,764

    18,73%

    59,261

    4,70%

    11 & 20

    5,189

    12,52%

    75,488

    5,99%

    21 & 50

    3,544

    8,55%

    110,828

    8,79%

    51 & 100

    1,39

    3,35%

    96,719

    7,67%

    101 & 500

    1,228

    2,96%

    254,317

    20,16%

    501 & 1,000

    181

    0,44%

    126,069

    10,00%

    1001 & 10,000

    143

    0,34%

    328,42

    26,04%

    More than 10,000

    2

    0,00%

    151,711

    12,03%

    Source: SISALRIL based on active companies registered with the TSS

     

     

    Total amount of subsidies: The following graph details the total amounts invested, per year, in economic subsidies for Maternity, Lactation and General Illness. (The subsidy for General Illness came into effect in September 2009)

     

    Total amount for subsidies is calculated in millions of Dominican Pesos for January 2008 to May 2010

     

    Maternity

    69,193,407.21

    561,909,843.57

    254,723,983.86

    885,827,234,64

    Lactation

    13,432,545.00

    149,737,265.28

    68,899,140.96

    232,068,951.24

    Illness

    N/A

    14,428,645.85

    21,749,326.10

    36,177,971.95

    Total

    82,625,952.21

    726,075,754.70

    345,372,450.92

    1,154,074,157.83

    Source: SISALRIL Office for Subsidy Oversight

     

     COMPANIES AND WORKERS AFFILIATED WITH THE SDSS BY COMPANY LOCATION AND ACCORDING TO HEALTH REGION (ABRIL 2010)

     Total companies

     Percentage of companies

     Total number of workers

     Percentage of workers

     Health Region

    41,457

    100.00%

    1,261,181 

     100.00%

     0

    24,284 

    58.58% 

    853,008 

    67.64% 

    1,727 

    4.17% 

    43,777 

    3.47% 

     II

    7,472

    18.02%

    169,541

    13.44

     III

    1,913 

    4.61% 

    22,638 

    1.79% 

     IV

    247 

    0.60% 

    7,279 

    0.58% 

    2,955 

    7.13% 

    103,677 

    8.22% 

     VI

    211 

    0.51% 

    4,347 

    0.34% 

     VII

    800 

    1.93% 

    19,291 

    1.53% 

     VIII

    1,842 

    4.44% 

    37,601 

    2.98% 

    Not specified

    0.01% 

    22 

    0.00% 

    Source: SISALRIL
    *The Region is associated with a Province in accordance with where the headquarters of the company or business is located

    Provinces by Health Region

    • Region 0: National District, Monte Plata, Santo Domingo
    • Region I: Azua, Peravia, San Cristóbal, San José de Ocoa
    • Region II: Espaillat, Santiago de los Caballeros, Puerto Plata
    • Region III: Duarte, María Trinidad Sánchez, Salcedo, Samaná
    • Region IV: Bahoruco, Barahona, Independencia, Pedernales
    • Region V: La Altagracia, El Seybo, Hato Mayor, La Romana San Pedro de Macorís Region VI: Elías Piña, San Juan de la Maguana
    • Region VII: Dajabón, Montecristi, Santiago Rodríguez, Valverde

    Region VIII: La Vega, Monseñor Nouel, Sánchez Ramírez.

    Affiliates by age groups

    According to the age groups of affiliates of the Safety and Labor Risks during April 2010, the largest group was found to be concentrated among the 25-to-29-year-olds which represents 16% of the 1,262,181 laborers who work in private companies and public institutions and who are contributing to the Social Security system.

    The second largest group was comprised of adults between the ages of 30 and 35 representing 15.5%. The third group was among the 35 to 39 year-olds with 13.6% and in fourth place was the 20 to 24 year-old age group with 12.4%.

    Finally the fifth place group is comprised of workers between the age of 40 and 44 who make up 12.1% of salaried workers affiliated with the SFS.

    Moonlighting (holding down more than one job) and SRL affiliates. On this point, it is important to point out that 95.9% of the workers affiliated with the Safety and Labor Risks (SRL) have just one job, at least in the formal economic sector. That is to say, they are only registered with one salary.

    Likewise, 3.8% of the workers registered with the Social Security system have two jobs; 0.22% have three jobs and 0.02% have up to four jobs in the formal economic sector. A minimum number of workers, 52 in all, appear on the registers with 5 or more jobs.

    Contingency Notifications

    Since the office of Safety and Labor Risks (SRL) went into effect in March 2004 and up until March 2010, the Administration of Labor Risks Social Security (ARLSS in Spanish) has registered a total of 48,671 notifications of work-related accidents.

    In analyzing the behavior of work contingencies in effect by economic activity sector, it has been found that over these six years since the SRL has been functioning, the majority of accidents have been reported in the manufacturing sector which represents 29% of the injuries reported by the ARLSS.

    Following manufacturing is the services sector accounting for 26% of injuries; third place is commerce with 13% of injury notifications. The sector that follows in 4th  place is industry with 12% with the construction sector in 5th place accounting for 8% of reported injuries.

    The economic activities with the least amount of work-related accidents are agro-industry with only 5%; the textile industry with 3% and agriculture, mining and metallurgy with only one percent each.

    In terms of the type of labor contingencies during this period, Accidents at Work (AT in Spanish) made up 73% of the total incidents; Work-travel Accidents represent 26% and Work-related Illnesses (EP) reached only 1%, according to data provided by the Administration of Labor Risks Social Security.
     












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