Changes to Health and Safety Law

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has announced that it expects to introduce its fee for intervention scheme in October 2012. The scheme will increase the potential costs of non-compliance with health and safety laws by business, by placing a duty on the HSE to recover its costs if a dutyholder is found to be in material breach of health and safety law.

This checklist summarises the potential implications for a business that a conviction for a breach of health and safety legislation can have on its operations.

For further information, please contact our Employment Law Team.

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