Health and safety
Mills & Reeve provides expert guidance on all legal aspects of health and safety; whether it’s ensuring compliance or if you need representation in the aftermath of an incident. With two partners and seven other lawyers, the team can offer you support and advice on the issues that affect you the most.
They have a wide range of experience and can respond quickly if you find your business facing an unexpected incident, including when serious or fatal injuries have occurred. The team regularly works with clients that are called to attend PACE meetings, assisting with preparation and enabling clients to answer any difficult lines of questioning that may arise.
As well as advice and support to make sure you are compliant with all health and safety regulations, Mills & Reeve can also represent you during any court proceedings if needed, appearing for you and providing a continuous approach.
They have a wide range of experience, including:
- Advising on police investigations following serious and fatal accidents
- Representing regulators, NHS organisations and government agencies
- Providing training to major organisations to ensure they are up to date with the latest legislation
- Working with clients during investigations into health and safety offences after accidents
- Advising on incidents involving staff, patients and members of the public.
Clients include The Environment Agency, Marshall Aerospace and Defence, West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust, the University of Westminster, the University of East Anglia, Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust, Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Trust, several landed estates in the east of England, and insurers of health and safety risks.
‘Ian Mayers and Duncan Astill are highly regarded for their practical and specialist advice.’ — Legal 500
Contact Ian Mayers for more information.
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