What are Special Benefits?
They are ex-gratia economic benefits in accordance with states and situations of need that are presented as a result of a work-related accident and occupational disease, when this voluntary contingency is covered.
They are financed through the budget approved by the Ministry of Employment and Social Security Institute and paid by the Social Welfare Fund generated by the Mutual Society.
All employees at our mutual enterprises, or self-employed workers, who have suffered a Work-related Injury or Occupational Disease and as a consequence of it are experiencing a situation of financial hardship due to lower income or special expenses not covered by Social Security.
In the event of death, the employee's/worker's dependents may apply for it.
The request form may also be submitted by:
- FREMAP's social workers.
- The social workers at the mutual enterprises where the employee who has suffered a work-related injury or occupational disease works.
- Representatives of the mutual enterprises where the employee who has suffered a work-related injury or occupational disease works.
- A company that is a member of FREMAP.
- Support for purchasing machinery
- Support for launching a business
- SELF-EMPLOYED WORKERS
- Support for self-employed workers in a situation of temporary disability
- TECHNICAL SUPPORT
- Support products for facilitating autonomy and mobilisation
- STATES OF NECESSITY
- Support for workers in situations of permanent and temporary disability who are in need
- Support to pensioners with medical treatment
- Support to patients on sick leave without the right to benefits
- Support to compensate losses of income for caring for an injured relative.
- Funeral expenses
- Support for deficiency situations for orphans, parents and other relatives
- TRAINING IN THE MAJADAHONDA PROFESSIONAL RETRAINING CENTRE
- Training grants
- Professional Retraining Courses
- Employee Guidance Courses
- Work Experience
- Entrepreneurial Courses
- EXTERNAL TRAINING
- Courses approved by the State Administration or by the Autonomous Community
- Non-approved courses or those without teaching presence
- EXTRAORDINARY CHARGES FOR HOSPITALISATION OR TREATMENT
- Maintenance and displacements allowances companion/keeper for hospital admission
- In-home support
- Temporary stays of the seriously disabled
- Replacement of glasses
- Replacement of dental prosthesis
- Auditory prosthesis re-issuing/Hearing aids
- Other prosthesis not covered by Social Security
- HOUSING FOR PAYEES WITH A DISABILITY
- Adaptation of home
- Purchase of home
- Support for Purchase/Adaptation of PCs
- Carer training
- Specialised psychological and social care for relatives
See the requirements of each concept in the following catalogue.
He should address to the Social Worker of the branch of FREMAP closer to its address.
The Social Worker will present its application to the Special Benefits Committee. This council is comprised of five representatives of the companies that are members of FREMAP and five representatives of the employees at companies that are members of FREMAP that have been appointed by Federations of Trade Unions. The Committee will assess each request submitted and will issue a decision.