Monthly Archives: December 2018

INADEQUATE RISK ASSESSMENT LEADS TO LIABILITY BEING ESTABLISHED: CHISOLM -v- HANKINS CONSIDERED

In Chisholm v D & R Hankins (Manea) Ltd [2018] EWHC 3407 (QB) the High Court found liability established on the grounds of an inadequate risk assessment by the defendant employer.  The judge also made important observations about the relevance of statutory duties after s.69 of the ERRA 2013.   “Breach of this regulation does […]