Mr B of Bolton came to Michael Lewin to claim compensation for a shoulder injury which he sustained at work.
Mr B from Bolton jarred his shoulder whilst trying to open defective door at work. He felt that his employer should have done something to repair the defective door and that he had been injured and it wasn?t his fault. Michael Lewin’s team agreed and were able to get him compensation. He felt that he needed compensation to right the balance and get him justice.
Michael Lewin have been delighted to help many clients who have suffered from accidents at work which were not their fault. We are aware that many people are frightened of having to attend court or of solicitors. Michael Lewin are here to put you at your ease. We try to do all the hard work on your behalf. Let us help you make a stress free claim.
If you need to claim for a shoulder injury caused at work you can call expert accident lawyers at Michael Lewin to start your compensation settlement.
Section 2 of the Health and safety act 1974 continues by saying that if the company employs more than four people the employer must have a written health and safety policy consisting of three parts:
1. Statement of intent ? to include the aims and objectives for what will be achieved in terms of health and safety for the company.
2. An organisation chart ? stating who is responsible down the chart for health and safety within the company.
3. An arrangements section ? to contain all the procedures for compliance with the relevant laws affecting the company for example a fire evacuation procedure with training records to keep all staff updated on their responsibilities in the event of an emergency.
1974 CHAPTER 37 Health and safety act was: ?An Act to make further provision for securing the health safety and welfare of persons at work for protecting others against risks to health or safety in connection with the activities of persons at work for controlling the keeping and use and preventing the unlawful acquisition possession and use of dangerous substances and for controlling certain emissions into the atmosphere; to make further provision with respect to the employment medical advisory service; to amend the law relating to building regulations and the Building (Scotland) Act 1959; and for connected purposes.?
Employers must ensure that they comply with legal requirements including:
1. avoid potentially dangerous work involving manual handling if these risks cannot be avoided they must be reduced.
2. provide health supervision as required.
3. provide protective clothing and/or equipment.
4. ensure that the correct warning signs are provided.
Call Michael Lewin on 0844 499 9302 to start your claim for shoulder injury at work compensation.