Ok so not sure if this is the right place but …
So I am one of the lucky ones, sort of, I still work.
I was diagnosed with PP some 10 years ago and then it wasn’t too bad
However mobility has become a real issue in the last 2 years, gone from stick and occasional wheelchair to crutches and scooter all the time.
5 years ago i got a job at a large accountants (I+
i am in IT) on the first floor and all was good, they were told I had MS.
Over the years I have changed from 5 days a week in the office to 2. This is an unofficial change that helps me, my boss has been very good.
Last year tI was moved me to the ground floor away from my department because the HSE deemed that if there was a fire I could get out - fair play.
Last week, the firm handed back the ground floor to the building owner to save money and I got moved back to the first floor.
Now as my mobility has waned, I am very worried even stressed about what I would fo if there was a fire.
I spoke to the HSE, she was really interested in helping until I mentioned there was no disabled toilet on the first floor, at which point she said i should work from home 5 days a week. I then asked about the EVAC chair and was told that there was no one there with training in it, and the head office had told her not to use it as it was rubbish.
The next day she said she had been asked to a meeting regarding me with my boss and the office manager. I asked if i could go but was ignored.
After the meeting my boss spoke to me to say that the three people in the meeting did not know what to do and it was being passed to someone else. I asked about insurance and he asked me to leave the building immediately and not to go back to the office until something was sorted out - when I do not know.
So,what do you all think ? Will they try to sack me?