[2012] EWCA Crim 2670

A fine of £350, 015 was appropriate in the case of a company which operated a historic building as a tourist attraction and had been convicted of health and safety failures resulting in the death of a visitor who had fallen from a bridge. Although the company had generally good heath and safety systems, its failures in relation to the bridge had been such as to create a foreseeable risk of serious injury.

CA (Crim Div) (Gross LJ, Griffith Williams J, Sweeney J)


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