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Disputes raised in relation to the 'fee for intervention' (FFI) costs recovery scheme operated by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) will in future be resolved by way of a "fully independent" process, the regulator has announced. 15 Feb 2017
A new ruling issued by a court in Scotland should serve to warn businesses and individuals of the implications of breaching health and safety laws, an expert has said. 10 Jan 2017
This guide is based on UK law as at 1st February 2010, unless otherwise stated.
The Court of Appeal has rejected an attempt by a Kent-based tyre company to reduce a £1 million fine for health and safety offences, imposed a decade after the incidents occurred. 10 Nov 2016
A £1.8 million fine for health and safety failings imposed on ports operator C.RO Ports in January was "manifestly excessive", according to the Court of Appeal, which has reduced the amount due to £500,000. 01 Nov 2016
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