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28 June 2022 Compliance - small businesses and new regulation

The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has released a report setting out the impact of new and changing regulations arising from the pandemic on small businesses across the UK.

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15 November 2021 Carbon accounting for SMEs: what’s your carbon shoe size?

SMEs need to get a handle on their carbon footprints now to help identify where carbon, and financial savings can be made.

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25 January 2017 Deferred prosecution agreements

The High Court’s approval of a Deferred Prosecution Agreement between Rolls Royce and the Serious Fraud Office is only the third such agreement that the SFO has secured.

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27 September 2016 Alton Towers - more than just a fine

A “needless and avoidable accident in which those injured were fortunate not to have been killed” said the judge before imposing a fine of £5million upon Merlin Attractions.

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9 September 2016 Care home fined £1.5 million as impact of new sentencing guidelines is felt

The impact of the new sentencing guidelines for Heath and safety offences is being felt across all sectors.

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22 April 2015 NHS Trust to face corporate manslaughter charge

The Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007 was enacted against a background of failed manslaughter prosecutions in particular of large private sector organisations.

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28 February 2014 Inquest leads to corporate manslaughter investigation

The South London coroner, Roy Palmer, has taken the step of referring a hospital’s failings to the Crown Prosecution Service to investigate whether there are grounds for criminal prosecution under the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007.

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26 March 2012 School in Essex fined 9000

The Gilberd School, in Colchester, were fined £9,000 after a pupil’s ankle was broken by a piece of falling timber.

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9 December 2011 Making auto enrolment work?

The change in Government left auto enrolment and NEST hanging in the balance.

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16 September 2011 Striking it lucky

A series of strikes are scheduled as a result of the proposals to increase member contributions to public sector pension schemes

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