Repetitive Strain Injuries
As the name suggests, repetitive strain injuries come from doing the same thing over and over again. If you‘re injured at work in this way because of inadequate risk assessment, provision of breaks or correct positioning in relation to your workplace, your employer may be liable under the Health And Safety At Work Act.
There is a huge range of injuries caused to our bodies as a result of continually performing the same task over a period of time.
Employers have a duty to assess the potential risk of repetitive procedures and if possible to remove those risks.
Where it is not possible to remove the risk, then strict laws and regulations apply to how such work should be carried out.
These are very complex cases and our years of experience assist us in winning compensation on behalf of those injured as a result of repetitive processes.exceptional