First law that obliges companies to compensate their employees in the event of a work-related accident. The first mutual societies are established.
The Mutua General de Seguros - Branch of Work-related Injuries, the origin of Mutual Universal.
Work-related injury insurance becomes compulsory. They are managed jointly by mutual societies and private insurance companies.
Mutua Universal is a pioneer in creating an accident prevention department.
Work-related injury insurance includes coverage for occupational diseases.
The Social Security Bases Act opens a new era for mutual societies as collaborating bodies of the Social Security.
Mutua Universal creates the Occupational Risk Prevention Service.
The General Accounting Plan Act gives the public sector and the companies the freedom to agree on the risk of work-related injury and occupational disease. Mutual societies are now called “Mutual Societies for Work-related Injuries and Occupational Diseases of the Social Security”.
Mutual General changes its name to Mutua Universal.
Self-employed workers have the option to arrange temporary disability benefit with a mutual society.
Mutual societies undertake by law the economic benefit resulting from temporary disability due to a work-related injury or occupational disease.
Mutua Universal starts developing the electronic case history for managing its patients' records.
Self-employed workers are obliged to arrange the option of temporary disability benefit with a mutual society.
Mutua Universal inaugurates the Ergonomics and Biomechanics Laboratory, a pioneer in Spain and the first of a Mutual Society for Work-related Injuries.
Mutual societies expand their scope to cover the contingencies of work-related injury and occupational disease of self-employed workers.
Acknowledgement of the preventive work of Mutua Universal in the centenary of the Labour and Social Security Inspectorate.
Mutua Universal opens the Online Clinic.
Mutual societies undertake the management of coverage for Cessation of Activity of Self-employed Workers.
The so-called “Mutual Societies” Act comes into force, in order to modernise their management and operation. They change their name to "Mutual Societies collaborating with the Social Security”.