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Whirlpool case helps cast light on sentencing fines for ‘very large’ organisations, but Court of Appeal decision unlikely to stem flow of hefty fines.
We take a look at the HSE’s statistics for 2017, analysing key figures and trends surrounding health and safety in the workplace.
“The Patronising Disposition of Unaccountable Power”: Bishop’s review on Hillsborough families’ experiences published
Following conclusion of the recent inquests into the deaths of those killed during the Hillsborough disaster, Theresa May (whilst Home Secretary) commissioned Bishop James Jones to review the experiences of families involved in the tragedy.
In our latest blog we take a look at the new process for disputing Health and Safety Executive FFI invoices, introduced on 1 September 2017 following the OCS judicial review.
Client Alerts 27/07/2017
On 1 June 2017, a new guideline published by the Sentencing Council came into force which encourages those contemplating a guilty plea to do so at the earliest possible opportunity. The new guideline applies to matters heard in the Crown and Magistrates’ Courts including health and safety offences.
Client Alerts 03/04/2017
The way in which deprivation of liberty safeguards (DoLS) inquests are dealt with is changing from 3 April 2017. Partner, Chris Newton, takes a look at the change and how this might affect care sector claims.