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Inadequate protective equipment

Each employer has a legal responsibility to provide you with the necessary safety or protective equipment in order for you to carry out your job.  

Personal protective equipment (PPE) is there for your protection and can include items like helmets, gloves, harnesses, high visibility clothing, as well as other clothing and equipment. 

Injuries that occur due to inadequate protective equipment can vary in severity and can include, but are not limited, to the following:

  • Lacerations

  • Amputations

  • Head and brain injuries

  • Industrial deafness

  • Occupational asthma

  • Asbestos-related disease

  • Occupational dermatitis

If you have been injured as the result of inadequate protective equipment, provided by your employer, 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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