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Sit as a “juror” in the mock trial of ORR v Joseph Locke in a prosecution under Section 7 Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.
You will hear how it is alleged that Mr Locke failed to comply with the duty to take "reasonable care" for his own health and safety and the health and safety of those who may be affected by his acts or omissions at work.
Mr Locke was working as a member of a construction team on a Network Rail construction project. The project came within the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015. Mr Locke was involved in a decision to use a telehandler to lift ballast into a position. Mr Locke was operating the telehandler when it overturned, killing a co-worker.
The trial will focus on issues relating to compliance with company procedures, safe working practices and the influence of fellow workers. As a jury member, you will need to decide whether or not Mr Locke took "reasonable care".
This event is part of the ICE's Health and Safety Day and will be followed by a workshop on effective project management under CDM 2015
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