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Inquiry status: closed.
An inquiry which looks at the effectiveness of health and safety regulation in Scotland, as well as the roles and division of responsibilities between the different bodies responsible for health and safety in Scotland.
The Scottish Affairs Committee holds a session in Glasgow for its inquiry into Health and Safety in Scotland
The Committee welcomes submissions on all aspects of health and safety in Scotland
Evidence given by David Ashton, Director, Field Operations Directorate, Health and Safety Executive, Paul Stollard, Regional Director, Field Operations Scotland and Northern Ireland, Health and Safety Executive, and David Snowball, Acting Director, Hazard
Evidence given by Ian Tasker, Assistant Secretary, Scottish Trades Union
Evidence given by Elena Fry, Brodies Solicitors, the Forum of Insurance Lawyers, Patrick McGuire, Thompsons Solicitors & Solicitor Advocate, and Gordon Dalyell, Digby Brown Solicitors, Association of Personal Injury Lawyers; Debbie Hutchings, Unite the Un
Evidence given by Lord Advocate, Frank Mulholland QC, and Elaine Taylor, Head of the Health and Safety Division, Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service.
Evidence given by Professor Ragnar Löfstedt, Director of King’s Centre for Risk Management at King’s College, London, and Chair of the Independent Review of Health and Safety Legislation, Sarah Veale, TUC and member of the Review Advisory Panel, and Adam