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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

    Injuries that darts players suffer

    ContentsInjuries caused by the darts themselvesWhere do you play darts?Why should you contact Accident Advice Helpline?If someone asked you to think of a sport, you might think of something physical like tennis, football, basketball or even swimming. Chances are, darts wouldn’t be the first thing to come to mind, yet it is still a sport…..

    What are the long-term effects of RSI?

    ContentsRSI symptomsEarly stage RSIUntreated RSILong-term effects of RSIEmployers and RSIBreach of dutyRSI (repetitive strain injury) is an umbrella term for conditions causing pain in muscles, tendons and nerves.  Caused by overuse, repetitive movements or prolonged exposure to excessive vibration, RSI is also often referred to as work-related ULDs (upper limb disorders). The long-term effects of….

    Injuries due to lack of Personal Protective Equipment

    ContentsThe importance of risk assessmentsCan basic checks be made to reduce the odds of illness and injury?Ill or injured as a result of your job?Speak to one of our advisors todayPersonal Protective Equipment is sometimes abbreviated to PPE. It’s a catch-all term that relates to many types of clothing and equipment designed to protect you….

    Repetitive strain injury gadgets: Computer Injury Prevention program

    Repetitive strain injury is one of the most commonly reported accidents at work and is a term which has been heard by many people in the course of their employment. Repetitive strain injuries occur when excessive pressure is placed upon the same muscle groups for a continued period of time, often as the result of….

    Types of repetitive strain injury: Ganglion

    ContentsIs ganglion a type of repetitive strain injury?Are ganglion cysts dangerous and how are these repetitive strain injuries treated?A ganglion cyst is a lump that can form under the skin which is made up of a thick fluid-like matter called synovial fluid which is used to cushion and protect joints and tendons. A ganglion cyst….

    Symptoms of vibration white finger: Finger tingling and pain

    Vibration white finger is the perhaps more commonly known name for hand-arm vibration syndrome. It is a debilitating condition that affects workers in many sectors, but in particular those in construction or manufacturing industries. The condition arises as the result of overexposure to high levels of vibration, usually from an item of equipment used in….

    Repetitive Strain Injury: Cooks

    It may seem like the least of your worries when working in a kitchen, however, a Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) can be one of the most painful of the minor work-related injuries. Accidents at work, including those in the kitchen, vary in severity. Although cooks work with knives, industrial equipment and other potentially life-threatening objects,….

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