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04.02
Bigger fines add to the moral imperative in maintaining health and safety as a board-level priority https://t.co/Sg8YD8ySYe
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04.02
A Scottish company recently became the first to be penalised for the Bribery Act's corporate offence https://t.co/SDWqqXrQ9R
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04.02
Cases reveal stark differences for companies facing Bribery Act prosecutions in Scotland and England https://t.co/riYkUkqRsj
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03.02
Although the Bribery Act came in in 2011, for four years there were no convictions for failure to prevent bribery https://t.co/ZJM0ocES76
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03.02
Just as people questioned if 'failure to prevent bribery' charge would ever be used, we've seen a spate of cases https://t.co/LcHbRlAHPb
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03.02
New H&S fines are designed to have “a real economic impact”, to bring home the need to comply https://t.co/HckonyfeaQ
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03.02
New guidelines suggest fines for corporate manslaughter could reach £20 million in the case of a large organisation https://t.co/QFXEQCDSiK
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03.02
RT @IoD_Scotland: @MMS_Law kicks off alternative funding workshop with @IandGDougal @innisandgunnUK iodscotraisingfinance https://t.co/jI7…
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03.02
Courts will be required to consider the financial position of an organisation when imposing fines for H&S breaches https://t.co/yuP75KPuas
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02.02
Health and Safety sentencing will focus on the risk of harm created, rather than whether actual harm occurred https://t.co/F3U9tmUekc
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23 February 2012 

.OFTGov CEO, John Fingleton, to step down later this year.



.OFTGov CEO, John Fingleton, to step down later this year. http://t.co/pf0KvKed


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