For free advice you can visit No Win No Fee Claims Here If the correct health and safety procedures are put in place and those that are working on such sites are clearly aware of all the dangers possible then the correct laws have been followed.
There is no denying that many archaeological sites pose hazards to both those that are working within one or to those people who visit such sites.
Archaeologists working on an excavation or archaeological site are aware of the dangers that such sites can contain, anything from underwater wreckages that are in seas which are below freezing and can cause hyperthermia to jungles that have shockingly high temperatures and wild and poisonous animals.
In this article we will examine how archaeology and excavation sites can be dangerous to those that may want to visit such sites.
We have all heard the great tales of the curse of Tutankhamun tomb and the curse of the mummy.
Many archaeologist sites are unique and have not been disturbed for many years and before they are actually worked upon it is sometimes very difficult to know for certain what that site may contain and importantly what type of dangers may be faced without carrying out a risk assessment.
Such assessments are carried out on any archaeological and excavation site even before any work is allowed to take place.Without proper documentation, having a license to do excavation and permission from the government, no one is allowed to dig up any sites and it is against the law to do it without permission.There are two kinds of labs that archaeologists use during excavation and one is on site and the other is in an established area.Archaeologists sites are hazardous and dangerous for several different reasons some due to the fact that the sites are very old and can be unstable and unpredictable, trips and falls can happen easily if not safeguarded and sometimes it may be difficult to achieve complete safety without ruining the total historical effect of the site, hazardous chemicals may be a real problem if dangerous substances are released when historical sites are disturbed and often sites are in alien environments which people find it hard to adapt to No Win No Fee agreements are quite easily to comprehend and should not be feared as some people may consider them to be and are in the main straight forward.It is important to say that during April 2013 the law changed where No Win No Fee agreements are concerned in as much as if the claimant is successful then they now have to pay their legal team a success fee of up to 25% of the compensation they receive .Great legend has it that those who dare to enter such a tomb do so at their own risk and that those who have have been greatly cursed by the mummy.