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#1 Posted : 03 January 2018 16:41:50(UTC)
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I am doing an assignment where I have to determin the root causes in a workplace death and suggest consequences of prosecution. 

I have determined the root causes to be lack of instruction, information, training and supervision along with other contributary factors such as not following lone working procedures but I am not sure what the consequences of prosecution would be. I have looked at similar sinarios online that this seems to be based off and a firm was fined £20,000 and a further £35,000 in costs but not found guilty of corporate manslaughter.

Basically im wondering how short does a company haveto fall to be found guilty?

#2 Posted : 04 January 2018 12:26:28(UTC)
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I suspect this is an NCRQ assignment and can tell you that all the required information is available by searching online.

The best source of advice is your online tutor.

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