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Esme Saynor

Esme Saynor

Senior Associate

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
1-3 Charter Square
Sheffield
S1 4HS
United Kingdom
Languages English, French

Esme Saynor is an environmental adviser specialising in environment and health and safety matters. She advises and has represented a broad spectrum of clients across sectors and has experience across regulatory matters including disputes, liability, regulatory compliance, strategy and risk transfer.

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Education

  • 2002 – LLB Law with French, Birmingham
  • 2001 – Diploma in French Law, Limoges
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11 December 2020
Health & Safety CMS News­let­ter Decem­ber 2020
CMS is proud to present the latest Health and Safety News­let­ter which dis­cusses the Su­per Puma FAI de­term­in­a­tion, the health and safety of em­ploy­ees work­ing from home, the im­port­ance of work­force wel­fare...
17 June 2020
Health and Safety News­let­ter June 2020
Our latest Health and Safety News­let­ter cov­ers the new Health and Safety Ex­ec­ut­ive Guid­ance in re­spect of lone work­ing, re­cent Health and Safety Ex­ec­ut­ive cases and provides a spe­cif­ic “COV­ID-19 in...
8 April 2020
Emer­gency Re­sponse - En­vir­on­ment
Our spe­cial­ist En­vir­on­ment team has an ex­tens­ive and suc­cess­ful his­tory of sup­port­ing cli­ents when en­vir­on­ment­al in­cid­ents hap­pen. We un­der­stand that fast and de­cis­ive ac­tions in the first few hours...
06/03/2020
Coronavir­us – Pro­tect­ing against sup­ply chain dis­rup­tion when ship­ping...
De­vel­op­ing a sup­ply chain re­sponse to the coronavir­us out­break in­volves be­ing ready be­fore such a crisis hits. Al­though the long-term con­sequences are yet to play out, the coronavir­us out­break already...
05 February 2020
Fire safety: Gov­ern­ment guid­ance pub­lished pro­gress­ing fire safety meas­ures,...
The Min­istry of Hous­ing, Com­munit­ies and Loc­al Gov­ern­ment has re­af­firmed the Gov­ern­ment’s com­mit­ment to im­prov­ing build­ing safety by an­noun­cing, amongst oth­er fire safety re­quire­ments, the fol­low­ing...
20 January 2020
Air Qual­ity: Gov­ern­ment urged to bring in rad­ic­al in­door air qual­ity le­gis­la­tion
The Build­ing En­gin­eer­ing Ser­vices As­so­ci­ation (“BESA”) is call­ing on the Gov­ern­ment to re­vamp the air qual­ity in build­ings re­gime in the UK. This would in­clude mak­ing meas­ur­ing and mon­it­or­ing of in­door...
14 January 2020
Air Qual­ity - High Court Or­der for an in­quest to be re-heard to con­sider...
The find­ings of an in­quest in­to the death of Ella Roberta Kissi-Deb­rah (“Ella”) have been quashed by the High Court and the mat­ter has been lis­ted to be heard a second time, now with con­sid­er­a­tion...
10 October 2019
Gov­ern­ment pub­lish guid­ance on mar­ket sur­veil­lance
The Of­fice for Product Safety and Stand­ards (OPSS) has pub­lished the Na­tion­al Mar­ket Sur­veil­lance Pro­gramme 2019-20 (the Pro­gramme), provid­ing an over­view of the UK mar­ket sur­veil­lance frame­work and plans...
23 July 2019
ECJ waste rul­ing on re­turned con­sumer products
On 4th Ju­ly 2019, the European Court of Justice handed down an­oth­er rul­ing on wheth­er par­tic­u­lar art­icles were waste or products. This rul­ing will have res­on­ance par­tic­u­larly in the con­sumer products...
15 July 2019
Mark­ing goods after a 'No Deal' Brexit
In the event of a ‘No Deal’ Brexit, the re­quire­ments for pla­cing cer­tain goods on the UK and EU mar­kets, in­clud­ing the re­quire­ment for con­form­ity as­sess­ments and spe­cified product la­belling, will...
26 June 2019
A change to food al­ler­gen in­form­a­tion laws
Fol­low­ing the gov­ern­ment’s re­cent con­sulta­tion on food la­belling, Mi­chael Gove, Sec­ret­ary of State for En­vir­on­ment, Food and Rur­al Af­fairs has con­firmed that new laws will be in­tro­duced re­quir­ing all...
30 April 2019
Health & Safety
Our Health and Safety team has an ex­tens­ive and suc­cess­ful his­tory of ad­vising cli­ents when ac­ci­dents hap­pen at work. Fast and de­cis­ive ac­tions in the first few hours fol­low­ing an in­cid­ent are crit­ic­al...