Sample Apology Letter to Employer for Laboratory Accident

Sample Apology Letter to Employer for Laboratory Accident

[These are sample Apology Letter to Employer for Laboratory Accident or similar occurrences like damage properties. Laboratory Accident is not regularly happened in the workplace. If it happens you should show Apology. You can modify this format as your requirement.]

Date…

Authority name…

Institute/company name…

Institute/Company Address…

Sub: Apology Letter for Laboratory Accident

Dear Sir,

I am writing to you to discuss the laboratory accident that your company had last week (date). As I am the one who causes the accident I would like to start by saying that I am extremely sorry for all the damage that I did to the lab and the high level of risk I put every one of my work employees some of which are or were my friends. (show actual problem and situation). I know that the damaged caused is going to cost a lot to repair and I will pay you back for this but I would like to have a second chance at working in your company as this is the job that I love and I want to stay here as I still have a lot more to learn.

Again I am sorry and it was by mistake I did not and would never do that on purpose. Please give me a second chance I will not let you down. I hope that you can forgive me.

Kind regards,

Employee Name…

Job Designation…

 

Another Format,

Date…

Authority name…

Institute/company name…

Institute/Company Address…

Sub: Apology Letter for Laboratory Accident

Dear Sir,

In the five years (or more or less) that I’ve worked for your company, you’ve been nothing but supportive and encouraging and the faith you’ve shown in me has made a real difference in my performance and job satisfaction. To think that I may have damaged that relationship because of a lack of attention to detail saddens me more than I can say. (show actual problem and situation). I know that the damaged caused is going to cost a lot to repair and I make no excuse. It was more than a simple typo. It was not just an oversight. I ordered and committed the company to something they were not prepared to act on.

I hope you would be willing to give me a chance to prove that this is an aberration.

Sincerely Yours,

Employee Name…

Job Designation…