6. Employer's Obligations

(1) Where an Employer fails to comply with any of Sections 37 to 46 inclusive, it shall be liable to a fine not exceeding level 4 on the standard fines scale in each case.
(2) Where an Employer dismisses or penalises an Employee in breach of Section 47(1), the Employee may apply to the Court for a declaration to that effect and the Court shall order the Employer to make an award of compensation to the Employee of such amount as the Court considers just and equitable in all the circumstances having regard to:
(a) the Employer's default in refusing to permit the Employee to exercise his right; and
(b) any loss sustained by the Employee which is attributable to the matters complained of.
(3) Where an Employer fails to comply with Section 48 the Court shall order the Employer to meet or otherwise reimburse the Employee for all reasonable medical expenses incurred by the Employee in connection with such injury that would have otherwise been payable by the Employer in accordance with Section 48.
(4) The scale of compensation for particular injuries for the purposes of Section 49(1) is set out in the Schedule to these Rules. In addition, where an Employee sustains an injury as a result of an accident arising out of or in the course of his employment, and the Employee can show that such accident arose as a result of the Employer's negligence or actions, the Employer shall be liable to a fine:
(a) not exceeding level 1 on the standard fines scale in the case of an Employer with five or fewer employees;
(b) not exceeding level 2 on the standard fines scale in the case of an Employer with more than five but fewer than ten employees; and
(c) not exceeding level 3 on the standard fines scale in the case of an Employer with ten or more employees.
(5) Where an Employer has failed to pay to the Employee's named dependants the sum (or the full sum) due under Section 49(3), the Employee's named dependants may apply to the Court for a declaration to that effect and the Court shall order the Employer to pay to the Employee's named dependants a sum equal to the sum it finds to be due under Section 49(3) (or, where the Employer has paid a sum which is less than the full sum due under Section 49(3), a sum equal to the difference between the sum paid by the Employer and the full sum due under Section 49(3)).
(6) Where an Employer fails to comply with Section 50 it shall be liable to a fine not exceeding level 3 on the standard fines scale and, in the event of an Employee suffering an injury as a result of an accident arising out of or in the course of his employment which the Court considers would be likely to have been covered by such health insurance had the Employer complied with its obligations under Section 50, the Court shall order the Employer to meet or otherwise reimburse the Employee for all reasonable medical expenses incurred by the Employee in connection with such injury.