Working as a kitchen porter is full of challenges and demands. You might also be called a kitchen hand if you take on this job, but in either case you will get involved with cleaning and washing up – some of the more unsavoury tasks, you might say. You might also be called upon to get involved with basic tasks preparing all kinds of different foods as and when required.
Since you will be working for a specific employer, it is not unreasonable to assume your employer will give you basic training and instruction on how to go about your job. They should teach you how to use any type of equipment that might be necessary, and provide a workplace that is always safe.
How many people have reason to claim kitchen porter injury compensation?
It is heartening to know that very few kitchen porters are injured in any way while they are on the job. However, if their employer is negligent and does not provide a safe place of work, or the appropriate training that would be required, there is a greater chance that someone might be injured as a result.
Kitchen porter injury compensation could potentially be paid for any injury that might result from someone else’s negligence. Since it can be difficult to work out whether an injury was caused by someone else, it is usually best to consult a professional in this area. Someone working for a company such as Accident Advice Helpline will have the depth of experience required to ensure the appropriate advice is given.
Taking the next step
If you have worked as a kitchen porter and you did get hurt at some point within the last three years, you might still have an opportunity to try and claim kitchen porter injury compensation. If this is the case you are in the right place to get in touch with experts in this area.
The team at Accident Advice Helpline is well-versed in handling all manner of injury claims where someone else can be proven to have caused that injury through negligence. By calling 0800 689 0500 you can get access to no-obligation advice. You may even progress further towards making a no win, no fee** claim if you are in a good position to get a successful outcome to a compensation claim. Call us to learn more.
Date Published: September 17, 2015
Author: Allison Whitehead
Category: Accident at work claim