legislation and guidance

SHP’s most-read articles of 2023

We've gathered the most-read articles over the year including articles on fire safety, an in court analysis and duty of care. Read More

King’s speech: Terrorism (Protection of Premises) Bill to be introduced to parliament

King Charles III has outlined key government law-making plans in his first speech as monarch, including the Terrorism (Protection of Premises) Bill as legislation to be introduced to parliament. Read More

All fired up – but where do we go?

In our regular legal column from Eversheds Sutherland, we hear from Catherine Henney and Charlotte Wood who explore the fire safety legal framework and guidance. Read More

RAAC: Initial legal insight

Over 150 schools have now been identified as having Reinforced Autoclave Aerated Concrete (RAAC) in their buildings. Law firm Fieldfisher LLP offers legal advice on the ramifications. Read More

Webinar: Health and Safety October Legislation update

An essential regulatory update for health & safety, fire safety and security professionals. Expert lawyers, Dr Simon Joyston Bechal at Turnston Law and Kizzy Augustin at Mischon de Reya look back at recent regulatory changes and look forward to changes on the horizon. Read More

Professional association welcomes government extension of CE marking for businesses

A professional association has welcomed the government announcement to indefinitely extend CE marking for businesses. Read More

Are employers adopting an inclusive approach to health and safety management?

In our regular legal column from Eversheds Sutherland, Charlotte Wood analyses health and safety in the workplace and whether legislation is fit for purpose to manage the welfare of employees. Read More

Construction and occupational health

In our regular legal column from Eversheds Sutherland, we hear from Tim Hill, who discusses the growing considerations of health and wellbeing in construction along with safety. Read More

Sentencing after a health and safety incident; are ‘the very large guys’ the bad guys?

In our regular legal column from Eversheds Sutherland, Amy Sadro delves into the Sentencing Guideline for Health and Safety Offences and questions whether it is consistent for large organisations. Read More

Directors’ duties: A stark reminder of what can happen when things go wrong

In our regular legal column from Eversheds Sutherland, Julia Thomas says employers need to be proactive to prevent bad practices from occurring in their organisations. Read More

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