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Everyone’s been there at some stage in their career, whether it’s sat behind a desk or out on site, everyone can feel a little run down and under the weather at work.
But what if this has been going on for a prolonged period of time? Could your job be the cause of the illness?
Suffering a personal injury whether at work or otherwise has the potential to change your life and the lives of your loved ones forever, but what are the most dangerous jobs in the UK?
Our team have delved into the research and statistics surrounding workplace injuries in order to create the infographic below. Does your job feature on this list?
The process of making a claim for a workplace injury may seem straightforward if you are an employee. An employer has a duty of care towards each of their employees and has a responsibility to comply with various Health and Safety laws and regulations to ensure the safety of their workforce.
Head and brain injuries can leave the victim with catastrophic injuries resulting in short-term and lifelong consequences.
When it comes to dangerous workplaces construction sites are ranked amongst some of the most hazardous.
Being surrounded by heavy machinery, materials being loaded and unloaded and unique hazards and obstacles seemingly at every turn, it can be difficult to avoid personal injury.
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