**Promotion page only** IOSH Mock Coroner's Inquest: Workplace fatality

IOSH North Cumbria District

**Promotion page only** IOSH Mock Coroner's Inquest: Workplace fatality
  • Mon 1 Jan 0001 12:00 AM -
    Mon 1 Jan 0001 12:00 AM

  • Whitehaven Golf Club,
    Red Lonning,
    United Kingdom

    CA28 8UD

  • Branch seminar

    Tyne and Wear Branch

  • Member full pass: £65.00 
  • Non-member full pass: £75.00 


Where an organisation has been involved in a major work place incident and there has been a death, representatives of the organisation (including witnesses and/or those at senior management level) may be asked to attend an Inquest to give evidence.  Conclusions are reached at the end of an Inquest which may help regulators with their decision to proceed to enforcement action. Conclusions at workplace fatality inquests are determined by a jury.

An Inquest is essentially an inquiry into the circumstances surrounding a death.  The purpose of the Inquest is to find out who the deceased was when, where, how and in what circumstances they died.

What's in it for you?

It is important that an organisation is well equipped to know how to respond to an invitation to attend an Inquest, how to approach bereaved parties and how to prepare for the potential media fall out.

This mock Inquest will be presented by a senior lawyer from Eversheds Sutherland’s Environment, Health and Safety team; the team has been ranked in Band 1 of the UK’s legal directories for over a decade and has worked on many of the UK’s highest profile major health and safety incidents.

Who should attend

The inquest is ideal for HSE professionals, Supervisors, Project Manager and Company Directors.

What you need to know

This event is open for bookings and you will be able to book here. For further information about the event, please email Event Coordinator Dimple Chauhan or call on 0116 257 3378.


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