Developments at the CCA
The Centre for Corporate Accountability in the UK has very sadly had to close down due to funding difficulties. This website contains the archive material of the CCA between
2000 and March 2009.

Report on Deaths in the construction sector, 2007_8
Click here to read the report

Migrant workers twice as likely to die at the workplace
Click here to read new report

New on site
Oct 08
HSE Investigation Levels Decline - New Report by UNITE and CCA
24 July 08
Information Commissioner forces HSE to provide names of those who died in work-related deaths
25 Apr 08
HSE 'fails to publicise its own convictions,' new CCA research shows
3 Apr 08 
New manslaughter offence unlikely to apply to large companies for many years
16 Mar 08
New report on sentencing of companies following convictions following work-related deaths
28 Nov 07
CCA's evidence to Select Committee on Work and Pensions
21 Nov 07: Sentencing, Press release
Proposed fines for corporate manslaughter conviction inadequate
20 Nov 07: Regulators Compliance Code, response to changes
CCA welcome changes in Regulators Code regarding Prosecution - but continues to question tone and relevance
19 Nov 07: Criminal Justice System under attack
Families speak out against a criminal justice system

New academic Book on "Safety Crimes"
New Book on "Safety Crimes" by two CCA Board members - discount available

New Government Manslaughter Guidance
Ministry of Justice and HSE guidance on Corporate Manslaughter

29 Oct 07: Directors Duties: Failure of Voluntary Guidance
See CCA report for UCATT, "Bringing Justice to the Boardroom" setting out failure of voluntary guidance on directors duties and the need to change the law
28 Aug 2007: A Charter for Corporate Criminals?"
CCA responds to Cabinet Office's draft Code of Practice for Regulators.

28 July 2007: New Manslaughter Act gets Royal Assent
(a) Download the new Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007, (b) get a copy of the CCA briefing on the bill (c) read the history of how the Act became law.

05 July 2007: HSE Failure to provide information
HSE's refusal to provide information on workplace deaths investigated by information commissioner
26 June 2007: Directors Duties
CCA Challenges HSC on Directors Duties
26 June 2007: Directors Duties
Read CCA's response to HSE's proposed voluntary guidance on directors duties

Pages not to be missed
21 Nov 07: Speeches from CCA conference, Nov 2007
Minister's, TUC and bereaved family speeches
- HSE Chief Executive admits that prosecution levels should be 'considerably higher (April 2007)
- HSE prosecutes in only one third of the cases that it should, internal HSE audit shows"
- Corporate Manslaughter reform - access all the documents
- Details of Corporate manslaughter prosecutions in England and Scotland
- Details of Directors convicted of Health and safety offences
- How to prosecute directors for manslaughter and health and safety
- Why the law must change to impose duties on directors
- HSE Enforcement - Policy and reality
- Obtaining information from the Health and Safety Executive
- Human rights obligations on state bodies in relation to investigation and prosecution
- Details of worker deaths since 2001
- ILO asks Bangladesh government to respond to criticisms of Factory Inspectorate

The CCA was a company limited by guarantee, company no: 03890661. It was also a charity registered with the charity commission, charity no. 1105658


Page last updated on April 16, 2011