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Guiding safety – How are sentencing guidelines determined?
 Talking about the ‘Definitive Guideline for Health and Safety Offences, Corporate Manslaughter and Food Safety and Hygiene Offences’ (better known as the Sentencing Guideline) in the context of informing boards or executives of their safety obligations is no longer ‘new’ news. Most...
New rules spark sharp rise in health and safety fines
 New rules spark sharp rise in health and safety fines 8 May 2017 From the BBC Image copyright Getty Images The amount UK firms paid out in health and safety fines rose sharply last year following the introduction of tougher rules, new research...
New sentencing guidelines for health and safety offences proposed
 East Anglia law firm Birketts issues health and safety fines warning Stephen Pullinger Wednesday, February 25, 2015 8:00 AM  Proposed new sentencing guidelines could sting firms with much tougher fines for health and safety failures, a leading law firm has warned. ...
Corporate manslaughter fines should be up to £20m, says Sentencing Council
from: http://www.theguardian.com/law/2014/nov/13/corporate-manslaughter-fines-increase-to-20million-recommends-sentencing-councilCorporate manslaughter fines should be up to £20m, says Sentencing CouncilDraft guidelines include an increase in health and safety fines to £10m: ‘We want to...
Consultation begins on sentencing guidelines for food safety and hygiene offences
from: http://www.thelawyer.com/briefings/consultation-begins-on-sentencing-guidelines-for-food-safety-and-hygiene-offences/3028958.articleConsultation begins on sentencing guidelines for food safety and hygiene offences27 November 2014In an era where price fixing and anti-competitive practices...
Tougher fines for health and safety offences proposed
 from: http://www.freshbusinessthinking.com/news.php?CID=0&NID=24151&PGID=2#.VH3JoKZFBjoTougher fines for health and safety offences proposed 13/11/2014By Daniel HunterLarge businesses could face fines of up to £20m for corporate manslaughter, under new proposals.A Sentencing...
Judge runs out of time to sentence companies for safety breaches
 Judge runs out of time to sentence companies for safety breaches leading to London Triathlon bike deathby Else Kvist Thursday, March 29, 2012 4:20 PM from:...
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