Returning To Work Once Covid 19 Lockdown Relaxes. What’s expected in Health and Safety
Criminal Law and how can you avoid prosecution?
30 April 2020
Responding to Covid 19 – what does your organisation need to do to stay on the right side of the criminal law?
3 March 2020
Latest court of appeal decision underlines the importance of obtaining expert evidence on the ‘likelihood of harm’ when responding to a health and safety prosecution.
7 March 2019
New sentencing guidelines propose jail terms of up to 18 years for gross negligence manslaughter, with health and safety cases singled out for increases.
4 July 2017
Is your board prepared for the surprising bite of the new health & safety enforcement regime?
26 January 2016
The Most Dramatic Change in
Health & Safety Enforcement Since 1974?
3 November 2015
How can we change health & safety enforcement to improve occupational health & safety?
Health & safety fines for very large organisations could be in excess of £100million – important lessons from the court of appeal judgement against Thames water
Turnstone Law team barrister, Kevin McLoughlin, explains the impact of changes that allow employers to defend claims when they weren’t at fault.
Turnstone law director, Simon Joyston-Bechal, highlights developments in health and safety law. He looks at the risks for directors, senior managers and their companies, providing practical advice on reducing exposure and staying out of jail.
The HSE’s chief legal adviser confirms to Turnstone Law Team , that unchallenged fee for intervention notices can be used in a prosecution as an admission of guilt.
Turnstone Law team barrister, Ben Rich
reports on the first annual conference of the Health & Safety Lawyers’ Association.
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