Employers have to take care of their workers. If they fail to do so, they can be held legally responsible for the harm that a worker suffers as a result.

Your employer may be liable for your injuries if they failed to:

  • Properly assess risks to their workers
  • Operate a safe working environment
  • Plan or implement safe systems of work
  • Provide or maintain appropriate safety equipment
  • Provide proper training to you or other staff
  • Arrange adequate numbers of staff

Employers can also be held responsible for the behaviour of their workers. So if you were injured through the conduct of one of your co-workers, your employer may also be liable for the harm you have suffered.

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