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What is an inadequate training claim? 

An inadequate training claim is a type of personal injury claim that can be made for financial compensation, after being injured in an accident at work caused by inadequate training. 
 
Under the Health and Safety at work Act, employers have a duty of care to their employees to protect them from injury and illness; and a big part of this is always providing adequate training where necessary. 
 
When this does not happen, and employees are injured as a result, they can make an inadequate training claim with our accident at work solicitors for financial compensation. To find out whether you are eligible to make an inadequate training claim for financial compensation, get in touch with our accident at work solicitors today for a free, no-obligation discussion about your no win no fee claim personal injury claim. 

Am I eligible to make an inadequate training claim? 

Subject to the Employers’ Liability Act of 1996, all employers must secure Employers Liability Insurance, and must conform to Health and Safety regulations. 
 
If you have been injured in an accident at work that was caused by the employer failing to meet these requirements, and provide proper training then you are eligible to make a claim for financial compensation through an accident at work claim. 
 
If, in this claim, you are able to prove that the injuries that you have sustained were caused by the negligence of your employer, then you could obtain financial compensation for your injuries. 
 
In order to make this outcome most likely, and have the best chance of obtaining financial compensation, then get in touch with MG Legal’s specialist team of accident at work claims solicitors, here. Our team have over 30 years of experience in claims just like yours, and have a success rate of over 99%. All accident at work claims are accepted on a no win no fee basis, by our expert inadequate training solicitors.  

Can you sue for lack of training? 

The short answer to this question is yes, you can sue for lack of training through an inadequate training claim with our accident at work solicitors. As a part of this claim for financial compensation, you must prove that your inadequate training led to an accident at work, and that this in turn directly led to your injuries. 
 
In order to prove these things, you should get in touch with our accident at work solicitors as soon as possible to begin your claim for financial compensation. Our team of solicitors are experts at proving negligence in accident at work claims, and obtain maximum financial compensation for our clients who have been injured because of inadequate training. 

MG Legal’s expert inadequate training solicitors in Preston have a success rate in excess of 99%, and settle many thousands of inadequate training claims every year. Click below to learn more about our team, and why they are the right solicitors for you.  

How can lack of training cause injury at work? 

Whether you’re working in an office space using printing equipment, a warehouse using vehicles and lifting equipment, or a construction site using heavy machinery, all employees must provide training to employees who are using any type of equipment or carrying out specialist tasks. 
 
According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, untrained employees are much more likely to suffer from injuries in accidents at work. 
 
On top of this, if managers and workplace trainers themselves do not receive the adequate training needed to advise the workforce and employees, or train their employees, then accidents in the workplace are more likely to happen. Inadequate manager training can lead to inadequate delegating of roles, unsafe working practices, and dangerous conflicts between employees. 

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What kinds of accidents can occur in the workplace as a result of inadequate training? 

No matter the workplace, there is an endless list of potential risks and injuries that can occur. For this reason, most workplaces and employers will provide health and safety training of some sort to ensure that these dangers do not result in accidents. Employees require an adequate degree of knowledge in order to follow safety precautions and avoid risks, where this training and knowledge is not provided by employers, workplace accidents can happen. 
 
Some of the most common workplace accidents resulting in personal injury claims are: 
 
Chemical burns as a result of inadequate safety information regarding potentially hazardous and dangerous liquids and chemicals 
 
Electric shocks where high-voltage equipment is being used without the necessary training, information, or safety warnings 
 
Long term or chronic conditions, such as back and joint problems, as a result of insufficient training or education regarding lifting techniques 
 
Falls from heights due to lack of training regarding how to use ladders, scaffolding, and other such equipment safely 

How can workplace injuries be prevented by employee training? 

With adequate training for employees being a key part of a number of workplace safety regulations, and a huge part of employer legal responsibility, it is no surprise that proper employee training has been proved to be integral in preventing workplace injuries and accidents at work. 
 
This is because when employees are educated about the tasks that they are doing, and the machinery that they are using, and the risks involved, they are much more likely to act with proper care and attention. 
 
Employee training can prevent workplace injuries in the following ways: 
 
Educate employees as to the risks involved with machinery and equipment 
Inform employees as to what to do if something goes wrong with the equipment, and make it more likely that they would notice faulty equipment 
Educate employees as to how best to use dangerous equipment in a safe way and minimise risks 
Inform employees as to when they should be provided with PPE, and why it is so important 
Educate employees as to how to report an accident at work 
 
As can be seen from this, there are a huge number of benefits to employee training, and good reasons why it is a legal obligation for all employees. 

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What duty of care does my employer owe me in the workplace? 

We are all well too aware of the largely discussed ‘duty of care’ that employees have in the workplace, as owed to them by their employer. But, what exactly is this duty of care, and is it legally binding? There are numerous pieces of legislation in place which aim to protect the health and safely of employees in the workplace. 
 
Two of the pieces of legislation that refer to training in particular are the Health and Safety at Work Act of 1974, and the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations of 1999. These acts detail the requirement for both initial training for new employees, or those using new equipment, and the continuous training for existing employees to ensure the maintenance of knowledge and safe working practices. 
 
It is important, therefore, to remember that the ‘duty of care’ owed to you by your employer, regardless of your industry or job role, is much more than a moral obligation. It is legally binding, and a failure by an employer to provide adequate care in the form of extensive training could leave them open to personal injury compensation claims if any workplace accidents occur as a result. 

Occupations at high risk from inadequate training injuries: 

As previously mentioned, all workplaces and job roles are unique, and they all require unique training for employees. However, somewhat unsurprisingly, there are some occupations and jobs in which employees are statistically much more likely to suffer from injuries, and therefore require more comprehensive training. 
 
Some of these include
 
Construction workers- falls from height on construction sites, heavy machinery injuries on construction sites, scaffolding injuries on construction sites 
Factory workers- crushing injuries from vehicle accidents, heavy lifting injuries from manual handling, defective equipment injuries 
Electrician- electric shock injury claims 

How do I prove that my employer didn’t provide adequate training? 

As is the case with many personal injury compensation cases, in order to build a successful inadequate training claim, you will need to be able to prove negligence by your employer regarding their failure to provide proper training. The key is to provide evidence that directly proves that their actions led to the injury itself. 
 
Here at MG Legal, our no win no fee inadequate training solicitors know that every client’s inadequate training claim is unique. Still, there are some situations that our inadequate training solicitors see examples of time and time again, of completely avoidable mistakes that are made by employers. 
 
These include, but are not limited to, a failure to: 
 
Ensure that all employees using specialised equipment, or completing specialised roles, are fully trained to do so, and have up-to-date copies of any qualifications needed 
Recognise any health and safety requirements for their particular business or workplace 
Provide refresher courses as required to any previous training 
Provide a suitable number of well-trained supervisors to oversee the workplace and ensure that procedures are carried out safely 
 
Depending on your specific accident, and the specific injuries that occurred, may determine exactly how easy it will be to prove the negligence of your employer. If you think that you have been involved in an accident at work as a result of inadequate training, then get in touch with our team of no win no fee inadequate training solicitors today, for a no-obligation chat to determine whether you have a claim

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Is there a deadline for making an inadequate training claim? 

As is the case with all personal injury compensation claims, there is a time limit of 3 years to make an inadequate training claim. Depending on your specific circumstances, and the circumstances of your accident and injury, this may mean different things. 
 
See an explanation of the different possible interpretations of this time limit here: 
 
If you suffered an injury as a direct and immediate result of an accident at work caused by inadequate training, then you have 3 years from the date of the accident 
 
If you have developed a medical condition as a result of an injury from an accident at work, then you have three years from the date that this condition is diagnosed by a doctor 
 
If you were involved in a workplace accident before the age of eighteen, you have 3 years from the date of your 18th birthday to file a claim for personal injury compensation 
 
With these time limits in mind, it is best to contact an inadequate training solicitor specialising in accidents at work, such as MG Legal, and allow them to assist you in submitting your inadequate training claim fully and correctly. 

How can MG Legal help with my inadequate training claim? 

If you have suffered from an injury as a result of an accident at work caused by inadequate training, in the last three years, get in contact with our expert team today. here
 
Our specialised workplace accident personal injury solicitors have settled thousands of claims similar to yours, and have a success rate in excess of 99%. Read a collection of our glowing reviews, here. Our solicitors are so confident in their work, and their ability to win your case, that we take all of our cases on a No Win No Fee basis. This means that if we do not win your case, and obtain your financial compensation, then we do not get any money, and you owe us nothing. 
 
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