- The Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007 - awareness briefing by for Gloucestershire County Council 2008.
- Alternative Penalties for Health and Safety Offences - IOSH Annual Conference 2007
- Corporate Liability: Work Related Deaths and Criminal Prosecutions, this is the only book to provide an expert guide to general procedure and practice surrounding Corporate Liability, with analysis of how the law affects specific key industries. New content in the second edition includes coverage of new cases, and expanded coverage of Scotland and N. Ireland, the nuclear industry, agriculture and health care organisations.
- IIRMS - Articles on Drivers Hours , Stress at Work and Alternative Penalties for Health and Safety Offences.
- Bowtie diagram - How does this work and how can it help you identify risk, manage them and identify the threats to your management system .
- Options open In the light of the HSE consultation on alternative penalties for health and safety offences, Dr Louise Smail gives a brief overview of some of the alternatives to prosecution that could be employed. From Safety and Health Practitioner
- Loneworking 2008: Special Report Health and safety issues that affect traditional employees still apply to employees working from home. In addition, employment issues such as data protection and absence management may also be an issue, and must be considered when employing people who work alone. From Workplace Law Magazine
- False advertising? An investigation into the practice of 'greenwashing'; businesses putting out environmentally-friendly images that hide environmentally unsound activities. From Workplace Law Magazine
Dr Louise Smail is Editor-in-chief of Tottels Construction Health and Safety and Editor of Tottels Health and Safety at Work. See Tottel Publishing for further details about these publications.
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