Last updated on September 15th, 2021 at 10:19 am
GUIDANCE NOTE: NOTICE OF LIABILITY TO EMPLOYER REGARDING COVID19 VACCINATIONS
This template Notice of Liability letter is suitable for persons seeking to protect their position in regards to the COVID19 vaccination by ensuring that their employer is liable for any harm or injury resulting from mandatory vaccinations. You are of course free to adapt the template as you deem necessary.
While this template will not prevent an employer from enforcing mandatory vaccinations or refusing employees entry to the workplace without a vaccine passport, employers are unlikely to enforce these measures with this notice in place as they may be liable if harm is caused. This has the practical effect of forcing the employer into reconsidering their actions.
If an employer signs the notice and an employee were to fall ill or suffer harm, they may be able to take legal action against the company, with reference to this notice as evidence of liability.
Whilst we make every effort to ensure the materials provided on this website are accurate and up to date, we do not warrant, whether express or implied that the template and guidance will be free of any inaccuracies, omissions or errors (“Faults”). We shall not be liable for any loss, damage or cost resulting from any such Faults. You assume sole responsibility and entire risk as to the suitability and results obtained from use of the template and guidance.
Your input is required at the parts of the template highlighted in yellow and the wording inside the square brackets which we have included explains clearly the information that should be inserted. You are advised to fill in the wording in square brackets in lower case unless directed otherwise. Any figures should be entered in numerical form. The square brackets and any yellow highlight should be removed after the amendments are made (so as to produce a ‘final form’ notice of liability). Once the template has been adapted to your personal needs ensure it is put on your own letterhead.