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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Are employers responsible for different things?


    All UK employers have a duty of care to protect their employees from accidents at work. Some factors can make employers responsible for different things.

    Health and safety guidelines are in place to reduce the risk of work accidents and work-related illness. There are hundreds of different occupations in the world and some are more dangerous than others. The nature of the job will often dictate the kinds of responsibilities employers must take.

    Are employers responsible for different things depending on the job?

    If you’’re thinking about changing job, you may wish to ask, ‘are employers responsible for different things?’ In a previous job, you may have been aware of your employer’’s responsibilities, and it’’s wise to find out if there are any other differences in your new job.

    Generally, are employers responsible for different things? Yes. However, there is a set of universal health and safety policies, which apply to all business. If you run an office, your employees won’’t be subjected to the same risks as those working on a building site, for example. Yet, there are common hazards to be wary of, such as slip, trip and fall obstacles, accidents caused by machinery and work-related illness, such as stress.

    If you are an employer, it’’s essential that you understand your responsibilities and you make a conscious effort to adhere to the latest policies. If you’’re an employer and somebody gets injured on your watch as a result of failure to comply with safety measures, you will be liable for your employee’s work injuries, and they have the right to claim work accident compensation if they wish to take this course of action.

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    If you’’re an employee questioning, ‘are employers responsible for different things depending on the job, you may wish to arrange a meeting with your boss to get some answers. You’’ll also be able to find information from Citizen’s Advice.

    Have you got a case for compensation?

    If you’’ve been injured at work, and you believe that your employer was at fault, you may be thinking about claiming work injury compensation. If you can prove that you were not to blame, you reported the accident and you sought medical advice, you should be able to claim personal injury compensation.

    Call Accident Advice Helpline and let our experienced legal team take over all the hard work for you. Our lines are open now on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a landline.

    Date Published: August 1, 2016

    Author: Accident Advice

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