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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

    Surrey Heath accident at work compensation claim

    How to enjoy a cooking job, and make an accident at work compensation claim if something goes wrong

    Working in any job which involves cooking has plenty of hazards, and plenty of stress, but if it is the kind of job that you have always wanted to do then you should enjoy it nonetheless. However, many people struggle when they start a job working with food, as it is not as simple as putting together meals at home.

    You have to stick rigidly to health and safety rules, as well as focusing on quality to ensure that everyone gets the same service. You may be working with heavy machinery and equipment that is quite foreign to you, and so on. Here are some ways in which you can really start to enjoy your cooking job.

    • Take it one day at a time. There will be days where you just can’t enjoy the job as it is too busy and you are having difficulty with a number of things. Don’t let this affect the way you feel about the job as a whole or you will just start each day dreading what is going to happen.
    • Listen to what you are told. You should be willing to listen to what those above you are telling you to do, and do it without question. If you try to do things your own way then you risk causing trouble and making things difficult for everyone.
    • Think about all of the things you enjoy. In any job, there will be things that you do like, and things which are more difficult for you. It is important that you focus on the things which you are enjoying, to help you to get through each day easily.
    • Take breaks. You are entitled to a certain number of breaks throughout the day, and you should use these to get out of the kitchen and get some fresh air, returning much more refreshed and ready to work again.

    How to make a Surrey Heath accident at work compensation claim

    If you are injured doing a cooking job then this is usually just one of the hazards of the job. From time to time accidents will happen and hopefully you won’t be too badly injured. However, if you get into a serious accident which was caused by faulty machinery or equipment, or by the negligence of your employer, you should be able to make a Surrey Heath accident at work compensation claim against them.

    The best way to work out whether or not you have a good case for a successful Surrey Heath accident at work compensation claim is to call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, and the team will be more than happy to talk you through the Surrey Heath accident at work compensation process.

    Date Published: 16th September 2014

    Author: David Brown

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