Quantum Law will advise companies on avoidance of litigation claims brought through Occupational/industrial diseases onsite. For example, if the working environment is very noisy, it is the employer’s duty to reduce the noise to an acceptable level or, if this is not possible, to provide staff with ear defenders to prevent Industrial Deafness or Noise Induced Hearing Loss.

As long as the employer provides staff with these ear defenders, it is their responsibility to wear them.

If the job brings staff into contact with dangerous chemicals the employer should have already investigated the possibility of replacing the dangerous chemicals with less harmful ones and ensured that staff have the minimal amount of contact with them as possible.

Quantum Law will advise companies on Health Surveillances. If the employer has concluded that there is no way around staff working with the dangerous chemicals, they should then provide staff with protective clothing to wear. Again, it is staff responsibility to wear the protective clothing once it has been provided.

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PTS (Personal Track Safety) Medicals screening for all staff engaging with any rail track services such as working on or near rail tracks including Network rail certified

Examples of industrial diseases are mesothelioma, dermatitis lung cancer, industrial deafness, musculoskeletal injuries well as any other injuries caused by work.

Quantum Law also offer training and legal updates to firms to enable them to avoid claims in the first instant as well as build company reputation.

Quantum Law work alongside Health and Safety experts Examples of industrial diseases are mesothelioma, dermatitis lung cancer, industrial deafness, musculoskeletal injuries well as any other injuries caused by work.

Quantum Law also offer training and legal updates to firms to enable them to avoid claims in the first instant as well as build company reputation.

Quantum Law work alongside Health and Safety experts to advise companies on up to date health and safety legislation.

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