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The Courts’ approach to the Sentencing Council’s Guideline on Harm and Risk of Harm

The Courts’ approach to the Sentencing Council’s Guideline on Harm and Risk of Harm​ James Ageros Q.C. – Crown Office Chambers​ Valerie Charbit – Red Lion Chambers  The application of the Sentencing Council’s Guideline regarding harm appears to be a difficult area for both Judges and lawyers. This presentation will consider the case law and …

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The Courts and Risk: A case of “I’m sorry I haven’t a clue”?

Summary of the presentation given by Dr Louise Smail and Mike Appleby of Fisher Scoggins Waters at DAC Beachcroft 23rd January 2020 The Presentation The 2016 Sentencing Guideline observes that health and safety offences are concerned with failures to manage risks to health and safety.  Yet neither the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 …

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HSLA Annual Conference 2019 Panel Discussion & Seminar Slides

HSLA Annual Conference and Dinner, Fishmongers’ Hall, 22nd November, 2019. The future landscape for wellbeing, stress, mental health and its regulation Mary Lawrence, Osborne Clarke and Amy Sadro, Eversheds. Mary Lawrence, Osborne Clarke Amy Sadro, Eversheds Click to view ‘The future landscape for wellbeing, stress, mental health and its regulation.’ Regulation of Public Service Vehicles …

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The Development of Sentencing Guidelines for offences arising out of work and trends in their application

Presentation by Sir Colman Treacy & Oliver Campbell QC from the HSLA event at Henderson Chambers 17th October, 2019 The evening had two short seminars:  The Development of the Sentencing Guidelines for health and safety offences, corporate manslaughter and gross negligence manslaughter” by Sir Colman Treacy. Trends in the application of the Sentencing Guidelines” by …

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HSLA Member Survey 2019

HSLA Member Survey 2019 The 2019 member survey was carried out between 27th June and 26th July 2019. 139 respondents took part. There were 112 complete responses (some respondents have skipped questions). This is around a 19% response rate. Key points from the survey are presented in a pdf document – click the image below …

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A guide to recent changes in the procedure and the law of inquests

A presentation by Tim Green regarding the Coroner’s Court. This was a short lecture given by Tim before the panel discussion of 3 events which HSLA hosted in Birmingham, Manchester and London regarding The Duty of Candour. 6 of the important cases heard in the Court of Appeal or AdministrativeCourt in the last year. Objective: …

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