Practice Notes: Health & Safety

Burning questions

Two recent cases concerning asbestos-related lung cancer may have wide-reaching implications for claimants, says Vija

05 May 2015

Removing the shackles

New sentencing guidelines mean that nothing is off limits for magistrates in health and safety cases, advises Pete

31 Mar 2015

Staying on top of construction projects

Are you prepared for the introduction of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015, asks Chri

17 Feb 2015

The health and safety debate rages on

Zahra Nanji considers proposals for sentencing of health and safety offences and the progress o

20 Jan 2015

Lord Chancellor’s ‘pitiful creature’ SARAH Bill survives latest attack

'Monument to Grayling' clears its final hurdle in the House of Lords as it passes thir

07 Jan 2015

SARAH Bill ‘nurtures myths and misconceptions’

Legislation is no way to alter the perceptions, say

15 Dec 2014

Employees suffering from stress, depression or anxiety on the rise

Lawyers warn employers to consider their duty of care in safeguarding staff menta

05 Dec 2014

Mesothelioma mishmash

Simon Morrow and Malcolm Keen discuss the patchwork approach taken by the courts when giving judgment in asbestos cases The asbestos-related cancer mesot

02 Dec 2014

SARAH Bill is in conflict with the Armed Forces Covenant

'Aims of the Bill would be better achieved through greater education of society on th

26 Nov 2014

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