H&S getting deadly serious

Grainge, Zoe
November 2007
Utility Week;11/9/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p26
Trade Publication
The article reports on the enactment of the Corporate Manslaughter Act in Great Britain. The Institute of Directors (IoD) and the regulatory arm of the Health & Safety Executive, the Health & Safety Commission (HSC) have published guidelines for compliance with the new law. The guidance, Leading Health and Safety at Work, was published by the two bodies to make senior executives aware that they will be liable for prosecution under the act even if they are not directly involved with health and safety.


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