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Fleets must be ready for corporate manslaughter law

1 September 2006

RoSPA is to brief fleet bosses on the new corporate manslaughter law, which will cover road deaths caused by an organisation's lack of care as well as fatalities in the workplace.

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, in conjunction with TRL, will stage the seminar Road Deaths and Corporate Manslaughter - Fleet Impact at Loughborough University, Leicestershire, on October 18.

For more details, e-mail events@rospa.com, ring 0870 777 2120 or see www.rospa.com/cmseminar

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