Suzanne Millman v Blackrock Medical Services (Cavan) T/A Dial A Medic [2011]

Posted In: Case Law
  • Case Reference
  • Legal Body
    Equality Tribunal (EQT)
  • Type of Claim / Jurisdiction
    Discrimination, Pay
Issues covered: Employment Equality Acts, 1998-2008; Gender; Access to Employment; Conditions of Employment

The complainant is a nurse and worked for the respondent as a nurse on ambulance services. She submitted that on 30 November 2007 she informed the respondent she was pregnant. As no member of senior management was available she told the acting Manager. The complainant submitted there were a number of occasions when her condition was not taken into account by the respondent, including:
- on 4 December 2007 she was asked to escort an excessively obese lady from Monaghan Hospital to the Mater Hospital who had to be manually transferred to the ambulance,
- on 18 January 2008 she was requested to transfer a lady from Cavan General to Monaghan General Hospital who had diarrhoea and vomiting,
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This article is correct at 23/09/2011

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