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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

    Category : Health and safety at work

    Top 5 dangers of being a miner


    Working as a miner is one of the most dangerous occupations in the world, and there are many dangers which miners face on a daily basis. With the proper safety precautions, the risk of being injured or even killed in a mining accident can be reduced. It’s your employer’s responsibility to ensure that the mine….

    Top 5 dangers of working in the automotive industry


    Have you been injured whilst working in the automotive industry? Perhaps you weren’t aware of the dangers of working in the automotive industry until your accident happened. It doesn’t have to be a dangerous job, but if your employer is negligent, accidents could happen. Here we have just a few examples of the dangers of working….

    Top 5 dangers of working in a laboratory


    Few of us work in laboratories, but those that do will already be well aware of the potential dangers of working in a laboratory. This is an area where safety and high standards are very important indeed. As you are about to find out, though, there are some dangers you may not be aware of….

    What to do in cases of employer negligence


    People work for employers in a wide number of industries. From the hospitality industry to commercial industries and everything in-between, there are many opportunities to work in a variety of roles. One thing everyone expects from their employer is the ability to work in a safe environment. This holds true even when certain potential dangers….

    District councillor injury advice


    If you have sustained an injury as a district councillor, then you may need district councillor injury advice to find out if you can make claim against the person who caused your accident. Accidents can be very traumatic, especially when the victim has sustained a serious injury as a result of someone else being negligent…..

    Compensation for an induction training accident


    Many jobs require some kind of induction training to be given. This training teaches you how to handle the job you will be doing. Some induction courses last only a day or less, whereas others run for several weeks. It all depends on the exact job you are being inducted into. The employer providing the….

    Compensation for health and safety lapses


    When the phrase ‘health and safety lapses’ comes to mind, what do you think of? You may think of fairly minor accidents that could result in someone being injured in some way, perhaps by using a machine inappropriately due to a lack of training for example. However, you may go the other way and think….

    PCSO accident claim


    Making a PCSO accident claim is far easier if you enlist the services of Accident Advice Helpline. The reason for this is that we know exactly what we are doing when it comes to making a personal injury claim and we have helped thousands of people to get the justice that they deserve. Sometimes an….

    What is the PASMA Combined Course?


    The PASMA (Prefabricated Access Suppliers’ & Manufacturers’ Association) Combined Tower and Low Level Access Course is aimed at giving competence to all workforce involved in assembling, altering, inspecting, moving and dismantling mobile towers, folding low level room scaffolds and podium work platforms. This PASMA Combined Course is really useful for anyone who ever has to….

    The benefits of Confined Space Training


    Some workplaces are more challenging and potentially dangerous than others. A good example is working in confined spaces. These spaces can be encountered in many different industries but in every case the workers going into them should be fully aware of the potential dangers and issues involved. Confined space training aims to provide the information….

    HSE: Safety breaches led to fuel tank blast


    A Hampshire fuel services contractor has been fined after a worker suffered burns while cutting up a tank for removal. The accident occurred in March 2012 when Ringwood-based contractor Laurence Greenland was employed to dispose of 20,000-litre fuel tanks from the site in Iwerne Minster, Blandford Forum. A man in his 20s suffered burn injuries….

    Top 5 quarry health and safety tips


    Quarries are dangerous places to work in, with risks from explosions, heavy materials and vehicles; all of which could cause serious personal injury to workers. The 1999 Quarries Regulations aims to improve standards of health and safety in quarries. However, accidents can still occur if safety measures are not taken. Health and safety guidance One….

    Injured because of a dangerous working environment


    Thanks to Section 44 of the Employment Rights Act 1996, no worker in the UK should ever have to work under dangerous conditions. While many employees work under the false impression that they have to do whatever their employer tells them to do, or else face recriminations including dismissal and wage cuts, in fact this….

    In Focus: Health and Safety (Offences) Act 2008


    Summary On 16th January 2009, the Health and Safety (Offences) Act came into force. The act increases the penalties for those who had committed offences under the 1974 Health and Safety Act, as well as granting courts harsher sentencing powers. Background The Act is a result of a review of the maximum penalties for health….

    Who can do a workplace accident investigation?


    Have you suffered minor or serious injuries after an accident at work? Whether you work in an office, a shop or a factory, it’s possible to be injured due to the negligence of somebody else, such as your employer or a colleague. If it has been three years or less since your accident, you could….

    How to make employer negligence claims


    We all have the right to feel safe at work but unfortunately accidents can and do happen in the workplace and often they could have been avoided if proper attention and care was provided by your employer. Employer negligence claims may help you if you have been in an accident at work which has resulted….

    Common hazards in the waste management industry


    Waste management is a vital part of our society. We all throw away plenty of things, and although recycling is becoming more popular all the time, there is still much we can do to make sure we can manage the waste we get rid of. You might realise this already if you happen to work….

    Common hazards in the steel industry


    Would you be aware of the common hazards in the steel industry? Those who have no knowledge of the industry may not know where the potential dangers are. However, if you work in a role in this industry, you should be more than aware of what might potentially happen if health and safety rules are….

    Common hazards in the voluntary sector


    The voluntary sector can cover a wide variety of roles and jobs. Working voluntarily means the person will not be paid financially for their work, although they may gain in terms of experience and personal growth. Of course, there are common hazards in the voluntary sector just as there are in many other lines of….

    Common hazards in the admin industry


    Working in an office may be a less dangerous job than working on a construction site or in a factory, but there are still common hazards in the admin industry that could lead to an accident in an office, whether you work as a legal secretary or a lawyer. If you have been injured in….

    Common hazards in the oil industry


    If you work offshore or in the oil and gas industry, you’re probably aware of some of the most common hazards in the oil industry. It can be a dangerous job, but if your employer takes the health and safety of its staff seriously, your risk of accidents can be reduced. If you’ve been injured….

    Common hazards in the rail industry


    Working in the rail industry can be a dangerous job, particularly if your employer doesn’t take the health and safety of their staff seriously. There are plenty of common hazards in the rail industry which could easily lead to an accident at work – luckily by implementing health and safety procedures and ensuring staff stick….

    Common hazards in the transport industry


    Working in the transport industry can be a dangerous job, depending on your role. If you’re involved in long-distance lorry driving or road freight transportation, you could find yourself working long shifts and being over-tired, increasing your risk of accidents. There are things you and your employer can do to keep you safe at work,….


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