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A construction firm based in north London has been fined £550,000 for corporate manslaughter offences, in the first sentencing since new guidelines were introduced in February. 20 Jul 2016
The sole director of a now-insolvent company was not liable in damages for injury suffered by a former employee, despite failing to ensure that adequate employers' liability insurance was in place, the UK's highest court has ruled. 13 Jul 2016
This guide is based on UK law as at 1st February 2010, unless otherwise stated.
The fact that a tripping accident has occurred "does not in itself" mean that flooring is a health and safety risk, according to a Scottish judge. 21 Jun 2016
Employees must be able to prove that they have suffered actual harm as a result of breaches of health and safety law by an employer in order to claim compensation, the Court of Appeal has confirmed. 29 Apr 2016
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