Factory employers have a duty of care to ensure the safe working conditions of their staff as outlined in the Health and Safety at Work Regulations Act 1974 and then 1992’s ‘Six-Pack’ health and safety regulations designed to help workers.
Examples of how your factory employer is required to provide a safe working environment include:
- – Providing adequate training.
- – Ensuring the right safety equipment is provided.
- – Maintaining machinery and regularly checking for faults.
- – Making sure the working environment is free of hazards that could cause a slip, trip or fall.
Here are some of the more common factory claims MJW Law has helped employees successfully recoup compensation from:
If you have been injured on vehicles like forklifts, or dangerous machinery, we can help you.
Slips, Trips & Falls
If this was in the last three years and you were not at fault, then you may be entitled to compensation with our help.
If you have been hurt through another situation within a factory setting that led to a period away from work and/or medical treatment, then we will support you throughout the factory accident claims process.
Speak in confidence to one of our team and they will provide advice and discuss how you should progress through the factory claims process.