The CCA is the only national non-governmental organisation
in Britain that provides free, independent
and confidential advice and assistance to
families bereaved from a work-related death.
We have provided advice and assistance to hundreds
of families, often over a number of years, from the
time of the death to the end of the investigation
and prosecution process
We give advice on all
kinds of deaths to both workers and to members of
the public who have died where the circumstances raise
questions about the working practices of an organisation.
It could be a death
on a construction site, in a hospital, in a road-traffic
incident or in a care home. It can take place anywhere
in the UK - England, Scotland or Wales or Northern
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0207 490 4494 and ask to speak to a case-worker.
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We provide advice on
all investigation and prosecution issues arising out
of the death.
We help families deal
with the police, the health and safety executive,
local authorities, maritime and coastguard agency,
and the Crown Prosecution Service/Procurator Fiscal
Service and Coroners Courts/Fatal Accident Inquiries
We find out information
for the family, write letters to the different state
bodies and attend meetings along with the families.
We will help families
understand the process and help assess whether an
adequate investigation has been carried out and whether
the evidence has been scrutinised properly.
exactly do we advise on?
To read about the sort of advice we can provide
in relation to a death, please click
exactly do we provide this service?
To read about our service strategy
and all our policies, click
good are we?
2003, and late
2004, we sent a questionanire to our current
clients at that time.
You can also download our advice service
leaflet by clicking
here. To download the translated version
in Hindi, Bengali, Urdu, Punjabi, Gujerati, click