Corporate manslaughter

The law on Corporate Manslaughter came into effect in the UK on 6 April 2008. This introduced a new offence for prosecuting companies and other organisations where there has been a gross failing, throughout the organisation, in the management of health and safety with fatal consequences. The Ministry of Justice has produced an introduction to the Act and detailed guidance on the introduction of the Act. These documents can be downloaded below with other useful information.

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Link Type Icon Corporate Manslaughter 0.03Mb
Link Type Icon Directors Duties 0.03Mb
Link Type Icon Understanding the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007 (Ministry of Justice) N/A
Link Type Icon A guide to the Corporate Manslaughter & Corporate Homicide Act 2007, MoJ N/A
Link Type Icon Health & safety penalties & sanctions 0.04Mb
Link Type Icon Making Companies Safe, CCA/Unite 0.58Mb
Link Type Icon Corporate Crime Network N/A
Link Type Icon A crisis of enforcement: the decriminalisation of death & injury at work, CCJS N/A
Link Type Icon Famililies Against Corporate Killers (FACK) N/A
Link Type Icon Deadly Business: catching the workplace criminals, Hazards N/A
Link Type Icon Leadership Legislation - Legal responsibilities of employers, HSE N/A
Link Type Icon International comparison of health & safety responsibilities of company directors, HSE/CCA N/A
Link Type Icon Leading health & safety at work N/A
Link Type Icon We didn't vote to die at work, FACK video N/A