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Lack of PPE Claims

Personal Protection Equipment is an essential part of health and safety in any working environment. If you’ve suffered an injury in the workplace and you feel like it is because your employer failed to provide you with the correct personal protection equipment, then you may be eligible to claim compensation. 

If you employer fails to provide you with the right kind of PPE, our experienced personal injury solicitors can help you get the compensation that you deserve. The compensation you could be awarded may not necessarily heal all the injuries you’ve sustained, but it can go a long way to help you move on with your life. If you have been in an accident or have suffered harm due to a lack of PPE, please contact our team on 0800 699 0079 or via our online contact form and we will be happy to help.

What Is PPE ?

PPE stands for Personal Protection Equipment. This main purpose of PPE is to protect employees against the risk of injury while they are at work. The different types of personal protection equipment include: 

  • Safety Helmets 
  • Safety Gloves 
  • Safety Glasses
  • Safety Boots or Shoes
  • Hi Visibility Clothing
  • Overalls
  • Ear Defenders
  • Masks and Respiratory Equipment
  • Safety Harnesses

Before you carry out any tasks at work, it is important top check that your employer has provided you with the correct of personal protection equipment. If your employer fails to give you the correct equipment for the job you are undertaking and you are injured, you could be entitled to make an accident at work claim.

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    What are the Common Causes of Accidents Due to a Employers PPE Responsibilities

    Employers responsibilities when it comes to the supply of personal protection equipment are covered in The Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations 1992

    Employers are responsible for carrying out risk assessments to identify hazards in the workplace. They also have a duty of care to supply employees with suitable PPE that fits properly and offers the correct level of protection. To ensure it complies with current legislation, all PPE should be CE or UKCA marked. 

    Employers are also required to give employees training on how to use PPE correctly. Within this there should be information on how and when any PPE should be worn and how to ensure it fits correctly. 

    They are also required to inspect all items of PPE on a regular basis to ensure it is fit for use. If you suffer an injury as a result of your employer failing to carry out any of their responsibilities regarding PPE, contact the team here at Tylers Solicitors today on 0800 699 0079. Our experienced no win, no fee solicitors will help you pursue your personal injury claim, and get the lack of PPE compensation you deserve.

    What Types of Injuries Result from a Lack of PPE?

    If an employer fails to provide you with the correct PPE it can have serious consequences. A lack of PPE can not only result in employees sustaining minor injuries but also much more serious ones. Some of the most common injuries caused by lack of the correct PPE include: 

    • Burns and Lacerations 
    • Fractures
    • Sight Damage
    • Hearing Loss
    • Serious Head and brain Damage
    • Loss of limbs 

    A lack of PPE doesn’t just put employees at risk of injury, it also leaves them vulnerable to contacting industrial diseases. Some of the conditions you could contract without the correct PPE include: 

    • Asbestos related illnesses 
    • Occupational Asthma
    • Occupational dermatitis
    • Vibration white finger

    Irrespective of whether not having the correct PPE has led to you sustaining injury or becoming ill, you may still be able to claim compensation. Contact our personal injury solicitors today to start your claim for lack of PPE compensation today on 0800 699 0079.

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    How Long Have You Got to Make a Lack of PPE Compensation Claim?

    You have up to three years from the date of any injury or from an illness being diagnosed to file your personal injury claim. However, our advice would be to contact our personal injury solicitors on 0800 699 0079 as soon as possible to get your claim underway. The sooner you start your claim, the sooner you can get the lack of PPE compensation that will allow you to move on with your life.

    How Can We Help with Your PPE Claim?

    If you need assistance in filing your PPE injury claim we would love to hear from you. Our team will work with you one-on-one to determine the best option to get you the compensation that you deserve. If you have any questions concerning PPE injury compensation, or any of our services, please contact us on 0800 699 0079 or via our online contact form and we’ll be happy to assist!


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    Compensation Amounts

    PPE Compensation Claims Calculator

    If you have suffered any type of injury in the workplace as a result of your employer being negligent and not providing you with the right personal protective equipment (PPE) then you could be entitled to comepnsation. To find out the figures and how much you may be owed, use Tylers’ simple PPE compensation calculator below!

    PPE Eye Injury Compensation Amounts

    Eye injuries may happen when working around chemicals that you are exposed to on a daily basis. If you have not been given the right protective eye equipment, this could cause minor to severe damage to your eye sight. If you have been affected, get in touch with us today.

    Up to £18,500

    PPE Head and Neck Injury Compensation Amounts

    If you have been subject to head and neck injuries as a result of chemical trips of falling objects and you haven’t been geared with the right protective equipment, get in touch with Tylers’ today and we can help you claim the compensation that you’re owed.

    Up to £22,500

    PPE Ear Injury Abuse Compensation Amounts

    If you work in a factory or a place where you are exposed to high levels of nice and your hearing hasn’t been protected, your employer may be negligent to your injury. You could be owed money if you’ve been affected by constant above average noise levels.

    Up to £16,000

    PPE Hand and Arm Injury Compensation Amounts

    PPE hand and arm injuries may occur from electric shocks, excessive vibrations or even abrasions. If you’ve have been injured and it’s affected your work life or lifestyle, get in touch with us.

    Up to £26,000

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Why Choose Tylers to Make PPE Compensation Claims?

    At Tylers, we’re proud to have the best legal experts working for us, that do all they can to bring justice to our clients. We are a professional personal injury solicitors that increase your chances and help you to get the payout you deserve for your wrong-doing. Throughout our time, we’ve helped a wide range of clients get what they deserve.

    Looking for a specialist team of no-win, no-fee solicitors you can trust? Contact us today.

    Is Tylers a No-Win, No-Fee PPE Compensation Claims Solicitor?

    At Tylers, we offer a no-win, no-fee personal injury legal service that helps you get the ball rolling with your case, regardless of your current financial situation. Our experts do everything they can to get you the money you deserve. However, if for some reason we’re unsuccessful, you won’t owe us a single penny.

    What are the Main Considerations?

    Where PPE is the responsibility of the company, many companies require that employees provide a certain level of their PPE. If it was your responsibility to provide yourself with protective boots and eyewear (for example) and you neglected to do so, it may not be the companies responsibility to provide such. However, the company should have not allowed you to work in such conditions. You should seek the advice of a legal professional to determine if the company was negligent in this case.

    Injury compensation is dependent upon the timeframe in which you file your claim in relationship to the time of the injury. Many factors are taken into consideration when filing a claim including the grossness of the negligence, the likelihood of injury at another company under the same conditions, the time in which it was filed, and other cases similar to your claim.

    Should You go to the Doctors with Your Injury?

    You should always consult a doctor, nurse, or medical staff or practitioner concerning any injuries and follow their diagnosis and treatment for those injuries. Never attempt to increase your injury to receive compensation as this is both illegal and extremely dangerous to your health.

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