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There’s no single definition for a factory site accident. It often refers to a situation where you are injured at a factory site and your employer did, or failed to do, something. This might be referred to as an “employer’s liability claim.” If your employer is legally responsible and your injuries result from the accident, then you will likely be successful in your claim. It is your employer’s responsibility to keep the workplace clean and tidy, to provide you with suitable tools and protective equipment to enable you to do your job safely, and to ensure you are fully trained to safely perform any tasks you are asked to do. The most common injury is handling and lifting, and often occurs quickly. If you think your employer has or hasn’t done something right, call us on 1800 106 107 for a no obligation quote.