Doubts about proposed corporate manslaughter law

April 30, 2019

Grant Nicholson Partner

This decade has brought the issue of workplace fatalities sharply into New Zealanders’ collective consciousness. The Pike River mining disaster in 2010, the collapse of the Christchurch Television building during the 2011 earthquake and a wave of fatalities within the forestry industry, have ignited public interest in safety. Read Partner, Grant Nicholson thoughts on the case for corporate manslaughter here

This article originally appeared in STUFF

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