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SHP legislation update eBook – April 2021

SHP’s latest health & safety legislation eBook covers the latest progress on Fire Safety Bill, Building Safety Bill, Environment Bill, coronavirus legislation, Mental Health Act reform, energy and environment and much more… Read More

SHP legislation update eBook – October 2020

SHP’s latest Health & Safety legislation eBook, published in October 2020, covers coronavirus legislation, Brexit, Grenfell, Fire Safety Bill, Building Safety Bill, environment and much more… Read More

Webinar: Health and safety law conundrums during the COVID-19 pandemic

Webinar: Wellbeing by numbers Catch-up or listen again to this session: Learn how to use data to shape your workplace Read More

SHP health & safety legislation update eBook – April 2020

SHP’s latest Health & Safety legislation eBook covers coronavirus legislation, Brexit, Grenfell, changes to workplace exposure limits, environment, energy and much more... Read More

SHP Health & Safety Legislation update eBook – October 2019

SHP’s latest Health & Safety legislation eBook covers Health, Safety and Brexit, HSE and Local Authorities, The Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices, Drone safety, Proposals to Reduce Ill Health-related Job Loss, Manual Handling at Work and much more... Read More

April 2019 legislation update Q&A

Sentencing Council evaluation of impact of sentencing guidelines. Is there a duty to warn in health & safety criminal law? Can you delegate health & safety criminal law duties to contractors? This will all feature in our next legislation webinar on Monday 29 April. Read More

Health & Safety legislation update eBook – April 2019

SHP's latest legislation eBook, published in May 2019, covers recognition of mental health issues in the workplace, the reclassification of mild welding fume as a human carcinogen, new manslaughter definitive guidelines, PPE, Brexit, drone safety regulations and much more… Read More

Squibb Group case: Court of Appeal reduces level of fine on obtaining ‘likelihood of harm’ evidence

Latest Court of Appeal decision underlines the importance of obtaining expert evidence on the ‘likelihood of harm’ when responding to a health and safety prosecution. Read More

Maximising your mitigation, part 2

Eversheds Sutherland EHS Partner and Solicitor-Advocate Paul Verrico returns in to consider the ‘steps taken voluntarily to remedy a problem’ and whether a company’s reputation assists it in demonstrating a good health and safety record. Read More

Maximising your mitigation

Eversheds Sutherland EHS Partner and Solicitor-Advocate Paul Verrico considers the actions which a duty-holder can take following a serious incident in which failings have been identified, to influence the size of penalty imposed upon it. Read More



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Post-Brexit environmental health and safety regulations in the UK

How to reduce noise in the workplace

A guide to COSHH management in the healthcare sector

Contact tracing and COVID-19 director’s briefing

Safety data sheet management guide