COVID-19: The practical implications around health and safety
Live Q&A session with experts providing their forecasts for the future of the challenges facing businesses as employees return to the work.
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Date: 14 May 2020
Time: 10am - 11am
Join us in a one hour live Q&A session with leading experts providing their forecasts for the short and long term future of the challenges facing businesses as employees return to the workplace, and the risk of prosecution. Our experts will explore the issues around PPE, RIDDOR reporting and COVID-19, the likely approach taken by the HSE to the investigation of work place incidents, as well as the future of Coroner and Crown Court hearings.
Our panel will comprise of:
- Malcolm Galloway, Leading Regulatory lawyer, and Crown Court Judge, Crown Office Chambers
- David Lewis, Assistant Coroner, and Senior Partner, Weightmans
- Dewi Ap-Thomas, Head of Regulatory, Weightmans.
- Lili Oliver, Partner, Weightmans
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Dewi Ap-Thomas is based in Liverpool and was appointed to head the Firm's national Regulatory Department from May 2018 read more
Lili represents corporate bodies, their officers and other individuals subject to investigation and prosecution in relation to the full range of criminal and regulatory offences. read more
David is best known for his work defending organisations and individuals facing investigation and prosecution for offences including corporate manslaughter, gross negligence manslaughter and breaches of health and safety legislation. The work often entails on-site investigations, PACE interviews and advocacy in Magistrates' and Coroners' Courts. read more
He is now recognised as a leader in the field of Criminal Regulatory Law, specialising exclusively in Health and Safety, Environmental Law and Inquests. read more