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Inadequate training accident

The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 outlines the legal responsibilities every employer has towards their employees.

One of the duties is for the employer to provide adequate training and safety equipment required in order to carry out their job. This can cover training on how to use machinery safely to being shown how to lift an object correctly. If an employer fails to do this and an employee is injured as the result of an accident, the employee could seek compensation.

If you have been injured as the result of inadequate training 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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