Working in a car factory can be a very hands-on experience. For example you may well be working with machinery of some kind, to help you complete a certain part of the car’s production process. Everyone working in a job like this will be properly trained when they begin the work. Safety procedures are very important in preventing car factory accidents, since they put into place measures that will ensure far fewer accidents have a chance of taking place.
Every workplace has the potential for accidents to happen. However car factories are very safe places to work for the most part, just as all other workplaces are. Most people will go to work every day and be able to complete their job for the day without fear of being injured. Every employer works as hard as they can to ensure all the relevant health and safety rules are adhered to. Furthermore risk assessments are always carried out before any task is completed. These help to ensure those taking part in the work will be kept as safe as possible by approaching the task in the safest possible way.
What could go wrong?
While the odds of having any kind of accident are slim, the potential does exist for accidents to occur. For example something as simple as a spillage could cause a hazard, since someone could slip over in the spillage and hurt themselves. Another example might involve the poor maintenance of a piece of equipment. In this case someone may potentially find they are using a piece of equipment that is not fit for purpose. This could potentially cause a serious accident if anything went wrong with that equipment. Proper training on how to use it should also be provided.
Call AAH today if you think you might have a claim
Learning whether you have a right to make a no win, no fee* claim to seek compensation is the first step – and it’s a step you can take with us. Call Accident Advice Helpline today on 0800 689 0500 to see whether you could make a claim. Our professional injury compensation lawyers are ready to consider whether you have evidence to back up such a claim – evidence that may make all the difference if they take your case to court. Get your no-obligation advice today so you know whether you do have a claim to make.
Date Published: April 19, 2015
Author: Rob Steen