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- A modern workers’ compensation system was established in 1884 with the passage of the Workers’ Accident Insurance Act.
- Workers who were unable to work due to an illness that was not caused by their employment were eligible for financial assistance under the Public Pension Insurance program.
- Workers who were injured on the job and afterwards unable to return to their jobs were protected by public assistance programs.