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About the CCA

The Centre for Corporate Accountability is a charity concerned with the promotion of worker and public safety.

It was set up in 1999 as a not-for-profit organisation and received charitable status in August 2004. To see its charitable objects, click here.

free, independent and confidential advice, to families bereaved from a work-related death on investigation and prosecution issues
undertaking research on matters relating to law enforcement and corporate criminal accountability.

CCA Governance
The Centre is a Company limited by Guarantee which is managed by a Board comprising individuals with wide experience of working on, and interest in, safety and accountability issues.

The CCA also has an Advisory Council composed of lawyers, academics and hazard activists.

It was established initially thorugh two substantial grants from the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust (JRCT). In addition to JRCT funds, it now receives funds from: Nuffield Foundation, Allen Lane Foundation, Andrew Wainright Reform Trust, as well as income from subscriptions, membership, training, organisation of conferences, and the provision of research services.

To download a copy of the CCA's accounts for the year 2003/4. click here and for the year before, 2002/3 click here

It has three full-time and four part-time members of staff. To read about them, click here.

Conferences and Seminars
The Centre has organised a number of seminars and conferences. To find out about these and see tha papers, click here.


Charitable Objects
The CCA's memorandum of Association states that:

The objects for which the Company is established are:
(a) to promote for the public benefit the sound administration of laws relating to health and safety and compliance with the same in particular (without prejudice to that generality) by the provision of advice and assistance to members of the public concerning such laws and in the implementation thereof; and
(b) to promote the health and safety of the public in particular by education of the public in relation to health and safety by promoting research (making available the useful results thereof) concerning the foregoing
in all respects for the benefit of the public and in accordance with the law of charity in England and Wales for the time being

To download the whole of the CCA's Memorandum of Association, click here

The Activities of the Centre
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