Death in the work place

Vincent, Alan
June 2009
Management Services;Summer2009, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p45
Academic Journal
This article discusses the impact of the concept of corporate manslaughter on businesses in Great Britain. It relates the concept to a duty of care of businesses to employees. It explores the failure of health and safety systems that can be described as a gross breach of the duty of care. It also highlights the attitude of employers towards health and safety systems, practices and regulations. In addition, the article notes the penalties being imposed by the measure on businesses that violate it.


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