How to Prepare for a Health & Safety Inquest - Live At Your Desk
This new introductory level virtual classroom seminar will lead you through the process of preparing for a Health and Safety inquest, from the issues surrounding interview under caution right through to Prevention of Future Deaths reports.
Dealing with the company, employee and family’s perspective, the session covers relevant case law, highlights potential practical issues that may arise and discusses evidential difficulties that you may face while conducting an HSE inquest.
It concludes by taking you through possible conclusions and formats for conclusions as well as ways to avoid PFDs being published if representing an interested party.
What You Will Learn
This live and interactive session will cover the following:
- How to use interviews under caution at the inquest stage
- How to deal with delay and the HSE’s MoU
- How to make the most from the pre-inquest reviews, including;
- How to craft the best witness list
- When to have a jury
- Issues surrounding interested parties
- The best use of exhibits
- Disclosure and issues that may arise around the use of company paperwork including legal professional privilege
- Witness preparation
- The use of rule 22
- Types of conclusions available and different formats of conclusions
- Prevention of Future Deaths (and how to avoid them if you are acting for the company)
- Issues with the Press
Recording of live sessions: Soon after the Learn Live session has taken place you will be able to go back and access the recording - should you wish to revisit the material discussed.