The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 90 (2012) > Issues > Issue 4 > Managing Health and Safety Risks (No. 4): The Law
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Managing Health and Safety Risks (No. 4): The Law

The Law Both criminal and civil law is relevant to the management of health and safety risks. The criminal law i.e. that made in Parliament (and much of which originates from the EU) is relevant to all workplaces and work related activities, but is specifically relevant because of the significant risks arising from construction activities.

Author(s): The Institution of Structural Engineers' Health and Safety Panel