Tag Archives: Risk assessment
BREACH OF STATUTORY DUTY AFTER THE ENTERPRISE AND REGULATORY REFORM ACT 2013 : A SCOTTISH DECISION: DALEKS ARE NOT THAT DANGEROUS AFTER ALL
The precise impact of the ERRA upon liability is still very much open to debate. Some guidance may be found in the Scottish case of Gilchrist -v- Asda Stores Ltd  CSOH 17. A judgment of Lady Stacey where judgment was given on the 17th June 2015. THE CASE The pursuer (claimant to those in […]
RISK ASSESSMENTS & ACCIDENTS AT WORK: LAWYERS NEED TO GET PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE: YOUR GUIDE TO HOW & WHERE.
Several posts on this blog have highlighted the continuing importance of the risk assessment in looking at accidents at work after the ERRA. Here we look at the key importance of risk assessments; the importance of a detailed knowledge for all litigators involved in this area of litigation and the practical guides that will provide […]