Health and safety at work - duty to non-employees
The duties imposed on employers by the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 are owed not just to employees - and the Scottish High Court of Judiciary, following the lead of the English Court of Appeal in the 1981 Swan Hunter Shipbuilders case, has recently confirmed that duties to non-employees may be extensive.
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