Rosalind Morgan

Rosalind Morgan

Senior Associate

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
6 Queens Road
Aberdeen
AB15 4ZT
United Kingdom
Languages English

Rosalind is a Senior Associate in the Environment, Health & Safety Department.

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Education

  • 2015 – QLTS
  • 2006 – Diploma in Legal Practice, University of Dundee
  • 2005 – LL.B., University of Dundee 
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20/02/2014
Health and Safety News­let­ter - Feb­ru­ary 2014
06/09/2018
Com­pany re­ceives an 85% re­duc­tion in the fine im­posed against them
Elec­tri­city North West Ltd (‘the com­pany’) was found guilty of breach­ing reg­u­la­tion 4(1) of the Work at Height Reg­u­la­tions 2005 (‘WAHR 2005’) (count 2). They were ac­quit­ted of breach­ing reg­u­la­tion 3(1) of the Man­age­ment of Health & Safety at Work Reg­u­la­tions.
30/07/2018
Up­date: The Off­shore En­vir­on­ment­al Civil Sanc­tions Reg­u­la­tions 2018
The Off­shore En­vir­on­ment­al Civil Sanc­tions Reg­u­la­tions (“the Reg­u­la­tions”) will come in­to force on 1 Oc­to­ber 2018. The Reg­u­la­tions in­tro­duce powers for the Sec­ret­ary of State to im­pose civil sanc­tions on off­shore com­pan­ies for breaches of spe­cified en­vir­on­ment­al.
17/05/2018
The spot­light is on night shifts
The Scand­inavi­an study, ‘Shift work and the risk of car­di­ovas­cu­lar dis­ease. A sys­tem­at­ic re­view and meta-ana­lys­is in­clud­ing dose-re­sponse re­la­tion­ship’ con­cluded that those who worked shifts had an in­creased risk of a car­di­ovas­cu­lar event by 17%.
16/05/2018
Net­work Rail found guilty fol­low­ing level cross­ing ac­ci­dent
On 11 May 2018, Net­work Rail was found guilty of an of­fence un­der the Man­age­ment of Health and Safety at Work Reg­u­la­tions 1999 for fail­ure to have in place a suit­able and suf­fi­cient as­sess­ment of the health and safety risks to em­ploy­ees.
11/05/2018
HSE de­mands more ac­tion on pre­vent­ing the ac­ci­dent­al re­lease of oil...
With the an­niversary of the Piper Al­pha dis­aster ap­proach­ing, Chris Flint, the dir­ect­or of the Health & Safety Ex­ec­ut­ive’s (HSE) en­ergy di­vi­sion has writ­ten to all off­shore oil and gas pro­duc­tion op­er­at­ors, de­mand­ing more ac­tion be taken to pre­vent the ac­ci­dent­al.
04/05/2018
New fig­ures re­leased by the In­sti­tu­tion of Oc­cu­pa­tion­al Safety and...
Ac­cord­ing to new sur­vey find­ings, nearly one in four con­struc­tion work­ers in the UK be­lieve they may have been ex­posed to as­bes­tos fibres, put­ting them at a great­er risk of de­vel­op­ing as­bes­tos-re­lated can­cers later in life, in­clud­ing meso­the­lioma, lung can­cer,.
26/03/2018
State­ments provided to so­li­cit­ors dur­ing in­tern­al in­vest­ig­a­tions may...
In R (for and on be­half of the Health and Safety Ex­ec­ut­ive) v. Paul Jukes [2018] EW­CA Crim 176, it was held that a state­ment made by an em­ploy­ee to his em­ploy­er’s so­li­cit­ors in con­nec­tion with the in­vest­ig­a­tion of a work­place fatal­ity a few weeks earli­er (the.
23/03/2018
HSE re­leases new ad­vice on manu­al hand­ling train­ing
Em­ploy­ers have been warned by the HSE to dis­reg­ard “off the shelf” manu­al hand­ling train­ing. The HSE has is­sued new ad­vice in its guide, ‘Get­ting help with manu­al hand­ling risks in your busi­ness’, aim­ing to ad­dress what kind of help em­ploy­ers need to tackle.
08/02/2018
Su­preme Court up­holds de­cision to al­low sub­sequent evid­ence to chal­lenge...
On 8 Feb­ru­ary 2018 the Su­preme Court up­held the In­ner House of the Court of Ses­sion’s pre­vi­ous de­cision that evid­ence gen­er­ated fol­low­ing the is­su­ance of a Pro­hib­i­tion No­tice can be used in sup­port of chal­len­ging the Pro­hib­i­tion No­tice.
05/02/2018
Con­struc­tion com­pany fined 100k after work­er falls to his death
A con­struc­tion con­tract­or has been fined after one of their em­ploy­ees fell 6 metres to his death while in­stalling roof sheets on a new ag­ri­cul­tur­al build­ing. The in­cid­ent oc­curred on 11 May 2016. The HSE served an im­me­di­ate pro­hib­i­tion no­tice ban­ning all work.
12/01/2018
Con­sulta­tion on civil sanc­tions for off­shore en­vir­on­ment­al law breaches
The De­part­ment for Busi­ness, En­ergy and In­dus­tri­al Strategy (BEIS) is con­duct­ing an in­form­al con­sulta­tion on the Off­shore Pet­ro­leum Reg­u­lat­or for En­vir­on­ment & De­com­mis­sion­ing’s (OPRED) pro­pos­al to in­tro­duce The Off­shore En­vir­on­ment­al Civil Sanc­tions Reg­u­la­tions.