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Carbon monoxide exposure in the workplace is governed by the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 (“COSHH”). The workplace exposure limit for carbon monoxide is 30 ppm over the course of an 8 hour working day. A short term exposure limit is also in place, set at 100 ppm.
The following are some of the issues that your employer should be considering:
What can I do?
If you suspect that you have suffered carbon monoxide poisoning as a result of exposure at work:
How can claiming for compensation help me?
The assessment of compensation, or damages, will depend on the duration and extent of the symptoms suffered. You are entitled to claim for any financial losses suffered as a result of your illness, including loss of earnings and the cost of medication.
NewLaw has a team of personal injury specialists, who are dedicated to getting the best results for clients who have suffered carbon monoxide poisoning. If you feel that you have been affected and would like to make a claim for compensation, call NewLaw Solicitors today.
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