The Corporate Manslaughter Act, Ten Years On

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The Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act came into force in April 2008, setting the scene for increased levels of corporate responsibility, and focusing the minds of employers on the issue of workplace safety. The new legislation looked set to bring about improvements in corporate due diligence across all areas of occupational Health & Safety, including heightening the need for robust fleet risk management strategies, to ensure the safety of individuals who drive for work and to minimise their risk to the general public. Ten years have now passed since the introduction of the Act. Our latest whitepaper examines whether it has had the desired effect on driver safety in the corporate fleet sector.

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