Average health and safety fines up by over a third

March 2003
Management Services;Mar2003, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p4
Academic Journal
Reports on the publication of the Offences and Penalties Report by the British Health and Safety Executive. Total number of cases prosecuted by the agency; Increase in the fines for health and safety offenses; Availability of the report.


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