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wasp sting

15 Jul 2017, 11:56

I was stung on my eyelid by a wasp. I completed my duty after a visit to a doctor, he gave me an injection and pills. I then lost all vision in the eye for two days. my manager told me this was not an accident on duty and would be classed as sick leave. this puts me on a stage . surely this not right?

wasp sting

15 Jul 2017, 12:06

Of course it's an AOD, wasp sting, dog attack, seagull attack, cat attack...
Fill out the accident book, you are entitled to do that.
Get your rep/area/H&S rep on the case.

While it WILL automatically put you on a stage/pull up the warning if you reach the criteria , the 3 reps mentioned above should be able to stop it being issued.

Your screw is a cock!

wasp sting

15 Jul 2017, 14:07

if you were not out on your Duty you would not have got stung.

I agree with postman above, your DOM is a cock.

wasp sting

15 Jul 2017, 15:47

POSTMAN wrote:Of course it's an AOD, wasp sting, dog attack, seagull attack, cat attack...
Fill out the accident book, you are entitled to do that.
Get your rep/area/H&S rep on the case.

While it WILL automatically put you on a stage/pull up the warning if you reach the criteria , the 3 reps mentioned above should be able to stop it being issued.

Your screw is a cock!

Most of them are!!!!! Thats why they are managers!! :shhhhh

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