This report identifies a number of steps agencies can take in order to adopt a more robust, comprehensive duty of care
Organisations need to go beyond basic understanding of the legal and moral implications and liabilities of Duty of Care
towards implementing best practice strategies across an enterprise in order to ensure the safety of travellers and expatriates.
Exercising a duty of care
involves decision-making - what do we take and what do we put back?
The creation of a national Electronic Duty of Care
(EDOC) monitoring system;
This Article provides a theory of the duty of care
and the business judgment rule through the prism of tort theory and principles.
An IPCC spokesman said: "The IPCC investigation found the officers had failed in their duty of care
towards Mr Butler as a vulnerable prisoner.
The indictment further alleges that Simmons and Ashley breached their duty of care
to those who were killed by "exposing them to substantial risk to life when no other lives were at risk".
Margaret Aitken hailed the result as a victory that established in law that emergency services have a duty of care
, which she hopes will prevent any other families going through a similar ordeal.
Of the things that bioethics must turn its focus to, one of the most pressing issues is establishing a duty of care
between pharmaceutical companies and the people they supply.
The letter, which bewildered older residents, also claimed that NIE had no duty of care
either and advised people to contact a reputable electrical contractor to ensure their homes are properly earthed.
Ms Gooch told the coroner she thought the duty of care
owed to her son was "blatantly disregarded" and had resulted in his death.
Since the advent of the Gambling Commission, bookmakers now have a duty of care
to ensure their customers are aware of the need to gamble responsibly.