Are you claiming Moray compensation after working as a cleaner?
With much demand for both commercial and residential cleaners, there are good job opportunities to be found within this sector. Often, people employed as cleaners are able to work as much or as little as they choose so you may be able to fit this type of work around your other commitments.
In addition to this, you may be able to choose flexible hours. If, for example, you have school age children, you may want to work during the school hours so that you’re able to pick them up and drop them off every morning. Alternatively, if you prefer to work nights or you’re taking on a second job, you could work evening shifts or early morning shifts.
Of course, depending on your experience, you may even offer specialist cleaning services. If, for example, you specialise in graffiti removal or window cleaning, you could potentially earn more and work for a range of different clients.
In order to complete your role, however, you may need to use certain chemicals, such as cleaning products. As cleaners often use industrial strength products, these can be particularly strong and could damage your skin if you come into contact with them. Similarly, if you’re using these items in an enclosed space regularly, you may develop breathing or chest problems as a result.
If you are required to use these products when carrying out your job role, it’s important that your employers provide you with the appropriate equipment. For example, they may provide protective gloves or masks to prevent you breathing in anything toxic.
If your employer fails to provide safety equipment or forces you to work in dangerous situations and you suffer an injury or become ill as a result, you could potentially make a claim for Moray compensation against them. If it can be show that they were responsible for your injuries, there’s a good chance that you will be awarded compensation and you could receive a significant amount of Moray compensation.
If you’ve never made a claim before, or if you’ve never received Moray compensation before, you may want to find out more about the claims process before you commit to moving forward with your claim. Unfortunately, some personal injury law firms do charge expensive fees so you’ll want to make sure that you don’t get charged excessive amounts merely for accessing further information. If you want to find out more about making a claim or you’re keen to make a claim for Moray compensation as soon as possible, why not contract Accident Advice Helpline?
We’re available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week so you can contact us whenever you need to and we’ll always be happy to help. Just call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile phone to find out more or to start your claim now!
Date Published: 30th July 2014