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"Corporate Manslaughter, Directors Duties and Safety Enforcement "

Corporate Manslaughter , Directors Duties and Safety Enforcement

Monday, 19 November 2007
Hamilton House, Mabledon Place. London WC1



The conference looks at the likely impact of the Corporate Manslaughter Bill on private and public organizations and the way the new offence will be investigated and prosecuted. It will also consider “directors’ duties” – whether the new voluntary guidance will have a positive impact on health and safety, or whether the law will be changed as the Government promised in 2000 that it would. In addition the conference will consider what impact the Regulatory Enforcement and Sanctions Bill will have on activities carried out by the HSE and Local Authorities.

Speakers Include

Lord McKenzie of Luton Minister for Health and Safety
Brendan Barber TUC, General Secretary
Richard Lissack QC Corporate Manslaughter Prosecutor
Michael Large Institute of Directors, Vice Chair
Prof Steve Tombs Centre for Corporate Accountability, Chair
Detective Superintendant Mark Smith Corporate Manslaughter Investigator
Dorothy Wright Son died at work in 2005 and a member of Families Against Corporate Killers

You can register in three ways:
• Download full registration form, with Agenda, by clicking here
• Click here to print off simple registration form
• Call 0207 490 4494 and pay electronically through debit or credit card (ask for Ana-Maria)

The Conference is supported by the TUC, Rowley Ashworth Solicitors, Thompsons Solicitors and OH Parsons solicitors

£50 (Individuals and trade union representatives)  
£100 (public bodies)  
£150 (Lawyers, private companies)  
£20 (unwaged)  

Solicitors: 5 hours of Law Society CPD points

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