Dying for a job: Avoiding the Blame for Work-Based Fatalities

AJ Hargrave

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    Abstract

    With close to one fatal accident at work in the UK per day, you'd think there were severe penalties in store for any guilty firm . But, in fact, very few company directors are ever punished, leading many observers to conclude that the law is 'rigged' in favour of big business. In this 'Argument', we look at the background to the 'Corporate Killing' debate, analysing the scale of the problem and seeing what can be done to tackle one of the ugly but often 'hidden' aspects of work.
    Translated title of the contributionDying for a job: Avoiding the Blame for Work-Based Fatalities
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2003

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