Over a year on from the introduction of the Health and Safety at Work Act what conclusions can we draw? This webinar will provide perspectives from the regulator and the defence in this developing area.
The Act introduced fundamental changes to the law including duties being framed around a “person conducting a business or undertaking”, increased penalties and a tiered penalty regime, and the imposition of a positive duty of due diligence on directors and those in senior management.
The presenters will discuss where these changes are likely to be taking us and the practical implications for your clients stemming from these developments.
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After this webinar you will:
All practitioners already dealing with health and safety law, including in-house counsel, defence lawyers, insurance and employment specialists, union officials, HR practitioners, employers, and senior management of companies (including directors) who wish to be updated on the law will benefit from attending.
A background booklet written by the presenters will be sent to participants before the seminar/webinar. For information on what is required to participate in the webinar, click here.
Via the internet, you will see and hear the presenters, see the PowerPoint slides and be able to type in questions.
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