site safety

algeeman

It’s A Boy
young 17 year old fell through bedroom into garage and broke his wrist yesterday

house builder won't pay out because he never signed in that morning

joiners fault he fell through aswell

poor young lad has only just started in the game.
 

Groove37

Well-Known Member
young 17 year old fell through bedroom into garage and broke his wrist yesterday

house builder won't pay out because he never signed in that morning

joiners fault he fell through aswell

poor young lad has only just started in the game.
Is that your new lad mate
 

bobski

Well-Known Member
young 17 year old fell through bedroom into garage and broke his wrist yesterday

house builder won't pay out because he never signed in that morning

joiners fault he fell through aswell

poor young lad has only just started in the game.
He'll still be able to sue them though won't he?
 

BryanJ

Well-Known Member
If it is common practice that people don't sign in or no action is taken if someone works without signing in then the main contractor is still at fault. It will be a percentage of blame.
It is still reportable under RIDDOR.
Then HSE will look at the induction records, risk assessments, safe methods of work and then young person supervision.
It would be cheaper for the Builder to pay him, and hope nobody reports the accident.
 

Smudger1

Well-Known Member
what is it about woman on horses
makes me wanna wank in the van :whistle:
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yip !
 
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