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Rosalind Morgan

Senior Associate

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

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

With more than 450 energy and climate change lawyers, including over 100 partners, the CMS Energy and Climate Change practice is one of the largest of its kind in the world. Led from its centres of excellence such as London and Aberdeen, the practice works across 75 offices globally. Building on 40 years of experience advising on power, oil & gas and renewables through to energy disputes, emerging areas and Energy Transition, CMS is uniquely placed to ensure clients receive advice best suited to their commercial needs and to our collective future.

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  • 2015 – QLTS
  • 2006 – Diploma in Legal Practice, University of Dundee
  • 2005 – LL.B., University of Dundee 
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Im­port­ant Build­ing Safety Bill De­vel­op­ments
The hugely an­ti­cip­ated draft Build­ing Safety Bill (Draft Bill) was in­tro­duced to Par­lia­ment on 5 Ju­ly 2021. The draft Bill sets out a path­way for the fu­ture of how res­id­en­tial build­ings should be con­struc­ted...
Look­ing back to move for­ward – where next for HSE in Oil and Gas? The fo­cus...
The first vir­tu­al Oil and Gas UK HSE Con­fer­ence held earli­er this year in­volved a packed agenda. From the in­dustry’s on-go­ing Cov­id re­sponse, through to an ana­lys­is of hy­dro-car­bon re­leases in re­cent...
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...
Air con­di­tion­ing and vent­il­a­tion dur­ing the COV­ID-19 pan­dem­ic
In light of the COV­ID-19 pan­dem­ic, and with work­places and of­fices slowly re­turn­ing to site fol­low­ing the eas­ing of lock­down re­stric­tions, the Health and Safety Ex­ec­ut­ive has is­sued guid­ance around the...
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...
Cov­id-19 busi­ness crim­in­al law and oth­er is­sues in the UK
1. Could your busi­ness face crim­in­al (or ad­min­is­trat­ive) li­ab­il­ity for ex­pos­ure or risk of ex­pos­ure to COV­ID-19 to (1) staff or (2) busi­ness part­ners and the pub­lic, un­der ex­ist­ing laws or new meas­ures...
Health Pro­tec­tion Scot­land: Guid­ance for the Off­shore Sec­tor
Health Pro­tec­tion Scot­land has pro­duced Guid­ance set­ting out how heli­copter com­pan­ies, duty hold­ers and med­ics can man­age and pre­vent an out­break of COV­ID-19 on oil and gas in­stall­a­tions. The Guid­ance...
Sen­tence the op­er­at­ing com­pany not the par­ent
In Oc­to­ber 2019 the Court of Ap­peal over­turned part of a fin­an­cial sen­tence by a judge who doubled the fine of a com­pany for a health and safety of­fence by tak­ing in­to ac­count the lar­ger fin­an­cial stand­ing...
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...
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...
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...
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...