Jordan: The General Manager of the General Institution for Social Security Corporation of Jordan, Dr Mohamed Saleh Al-Taraouna, has recently extended heartfelt condolences to the family and relatives of the deceased during an unfortunate accident at a maintenance work due to the fall of an electric elevator in Jabal Manara.
According to recent information, the General Manager of the Social Security Corporation, Mohamed Saleh Al Taraouna, has also expressed apologies to the worker’s family and loved ones for the unwanted incident.
Through an official social media post, he noted that “The authorities are expressing sorry for the accident and condolences to the family and relatives of the deceased.”
Furthermore, the warranty company explained the reason behind the accident and conveyed that the incident happened due to the fall of an electric elevator during maintenance work.
On his part, the General Manager of the General Institution for Social Security, Dr Mohamed Saleh Al-Taraouna, asked the relevant administrations of the institution to follow up on the case of the death of a worker in Jabal Manara area as a result of the fall of an electric elevator.
He continued his remarks and expressed his regret for the accident that led to the life of the worker and extended his deepest condolences to the family and relatives of the deceased.
Furthermore, the security spokesman said the judges forgot that since Tuesday morning, the institution has been following the collection of all information related to the details of the incident.
The spokesman added that, at the moment, the institution is carrying out procedures to verify the worker’s status and the nature of his work in the restaurant through its inspection teams.
It was also confirmed that the inspection had been conducted in cooperation and coordination with all relevant parties to ensure the worker’s rights and take necessary actions regarding his inclusion of social security and to verify if the worker’s death was a work-related injury.
The judges showed that preliminary information indicated that the employee began working for the facility three days ago and that the company’s records indicated that he had no prior participation in social security and, in case of the provisions of the Security Act, the salary of work-related death will be allocated.
“The judges called for all facilities to take occupational health and safety measures to ensure the safety of workers and their lives,” said the reports.