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Public danger justifies refusal to carry out work

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    Masiak v City Restaurants (UK) Ltd [1999] IRLR 780 EAT (0 other reports)

In Masiak v City Restaurants (UK) Ltd, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) holds that the right of employees to take appropriate steps to protect "other persons" from danger they believe to be serious and imminent can extend to members of the public.

Mr Masiak was employed as a line chef with City Restaurants (UK) Ltd from 15 July until 16 August 1996.