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Defective work equipment

Under the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 your employer must supply you with suitable equipment in good working condition to enable you to carry out your job.

Unfortunately this is not always the case. This can not only cause frustration as you are unable to carry out your job properly, but can also cause serious accidents which, in some cases, can be life threatening.

If you have been injured at work through defective equipment, you could be entitled to compensation.  

Here at Moore Blatch, we utilise a wealth of knowledge, skills and resources to take an assertive stance in advocating for your best interests.

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