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Jail terms of up to 18 years - Simon Joyston-Bechal comments on the
proposed new sentencing guidelines for gross negligence manslaughter
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Simon Joyston-Bechal comments on the new health and safety sentencing
guidelines - is this the biggest change in H&S enforcement since 1974?
Fines for health & safety offences could be in excess of £100million. Simon Joyston-Bechal
looks at the June 2015 Court of Appeal judgement against Thames Water
The HSE's Chief Legal Adviser confirms to Ben Rich that
unchallenged Fee for Intervention Notices can be used
in a criminal prosecution as an admission of guilt
Simon Joyston-Bechal looks at developments in health and safety law for
directors; and gives essential practical advice on how to stay out of jail
Kevin McLoughlin explores the impact of changes that allow
employers to defend claims when they weren't at fault
Is your board prepared for the surprising bite of the new health & safety sentencing regime?
In an article published in Tolleys Company Secretary's Review, Simon Joyston-Bechal considers whether
there is merit behind the TUC's January 2014 proposal for a new Health & Safety duty for directors
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