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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
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#1
take advice form the cab because it is possible they can get rid of you on medical grounds you get paid of but not a lot
#2
Havent you posted a topic like this before, a broken bone of some sort? I am sure I remember a thread about employer problems before.
banned#3
stop whining and earn a living like everyone else
#4
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/622165/arm-in-plaster-and-working

There you go, not the most model of employee huh.
#5
whatsThePoint
stop whining and earn a living like everyone else


yes ok!
#6
pinkleponkle
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/622165/arm-in-plaster-and-working

There you go, not the most model of employee huh.


Just unlucky,but as a manual worker i need my hands!
#7
pinkleponkle
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/622165/arm-in-plaster-and-working

There you go, not the most model of employee huh.


lol

so which is it........tennis elbow for a few years or an arm in plaster for a few weeks?

honest answer please:thumbsup:
#8
shamus1975
take advice form the cab because it is possible they can get rid of you on medical grounds you get paid of but not a lot


Yes but its a work related injury so risky for them i would think.
#9
bobbybox
Twat;-)


as much as i agree with this comment, id remove it or face an infraction compo:)
#10
thread backfire
#11
bobbybox
Yes but its a work related injury so risky for them i would think.


its work related so have they done a work place investigation??????
#12
Basicaly i do a repetitve job 12 hours a day and this is what has caused the injury.
#13
bobbybox
Basicaly i do a repetitve job 12 hours a day and this is what has caused the injury.


its work related so have they done a work place investigation??????

have they shown you any counter exercises????
#14
shamus1975
its work related so have they done a work place investigation??????

have they shown you any counter exercises????


Have had physio as ive said but the problem has been ongoing ,no workplace ivestigation as many people where i work i have back problems,arms hands.They just refer you to physio and thats about it.
#15
bobbybox
Have had physio as ive said but the problem has been ongoing ,no workplace ivestigation as many people where i work i have back problems,arms hands.They just refer you to physio and thats about it.


if its work place related they have to do a work place investigation, does your company have there own ohc departement????
#16
shamus1975
if its work place related they have to do a work place investigation, does your company have there own ohc departement????


Yes they but as its an injury brought on over a number of years not sure what they would do about it if anything.Basically cant lift anything over a kilo at the moment thats physio advice or do a repetitive job.
banned#17
didnt they offer you different duties last time that you didnt want to do, what do you think they should be doing
#18
been doing basically the same duties for tens years hence the tennis elbow.
#19
sassie
didnt they offer you different duties last time that you didnt want to do, what do you think they should be doing


Well certainly not putting me on a job which aggravates it!it need time to heal with complete rest or fasiling that an op.At the end of the day its due to the nature of the job but iam not in the position to be able to afford to leave.
#20
Exactly sassie last time they wanted him to do different duties to accomodate the broken arm, but he wanted to sit up comfy in front of Jeremy Kyle and have the company pay him to do so.
#21
sounds a bit like a automobile manufacturing plant i once knew
banned#22
bobbybox
Well certainly not putting me on a job which aggravates it!it need time to heal with complete rest or fasiling that an op.At the end of the day its due to the nature of the job but iam not in the position to be able to afford to leave.


but your doctor has said you are fit for work with no restrictions:?
#23
pinkleponkle
Exactly sassie last time they wanted him to do different duties to accomodate the broken arm, but he wanted to sit up comfy in front of Jeremy Kyle and have the company pay him to do so.


HEY YOU DO MANUAL WORK ONE HANDED,SOME PEOPLE REALLY DONT UNDERSTAND.Different dutied were not made available.
#24
sassie
but your doctor has said you are fit for work with no restrictions:?


My doctor has said i can work with restrictions.
#25
Yes I do, Central Heating/plumbing. It pain alot of the time, take pain killers and deep heat when needed and get on with it.
banned#26
bobbybox
My doctor has said i can work with restrictions.


from opening post

.My gp has done me a fit for work not with restictions which i believe the company are not adhering to
#27
shamus1975
sounds a bit like a automobile manufacturing plant i once knew
#28
sassie
from opening post

.My gp has done me a fit for work not with restictions which i believe the company are not adhering to


Sorry the not should have said note.
banned#29
bobbybox
Sorry the not should have said note.


right, now makes sense

so what would be the restrictions? to not be doing the same job. what did they have you doing when you broke your arm, cant you do the same again, what is your job?
#30
pinkleponkle
Yes I do, Central Heating/plumbing. It pain alot of the time, take pain killers and deep heat when needed and get on with it.


Obviously not that bad then!
#31
bobbybox
Obviously not that bad then!


It's amazing what you can do if you know you dont earn if you dont work.
#32
sassie
right, now makes sense

so what would be the restrictions? to not be doing the same job. what did they have you doing when you broke your arm, cant you do the same again


Well basically not doing repettive work with it.
#33
pinkleponkle
It's amazing what you can do if you know you dont earn if you dont work.


As a say not that bad.
#34
as I say, work shy skiver
banned#35
bobbybox
Well basically not doing repettive work with it.


yes, worked that out, but what could you be doing? and what is your job?
#36
pinkleponkle
as I say, work shy skiver


YEP OK ,NOW SLING YOUR HOOK.
#37
what are your hobbies? Tennis? lol
#38
sassie
yes, worked that out, but what could you be doing? and what is your job?


Manual factory work,to be honest not a lot at the moment unless its something that rests my arm.Maybe just have to carry on working as best as i can with it and sue them.
#39
numptyj
what are your hobbies? Tennis? lol


HILAROUS,HAVEN'T HEARD THAT ONE BEFORE!
banned#40
bobbybox
Manual factory work,to be honest not a lot at the moment unless its something that rests my arm.Maybe just have to carry on working as best as i can with it and sue them.


so why did your gp send you back to work, you aint making a lot of sense to be honest, and after your last thread it does look like you dont want to be there

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