How can Directors be confident that risks have been correctly identified and are being appropriately managed?
Apart from a Director’s legal obligation to ensure that this is happening, there are also community and moral expectations.
Criminal Manslaughter - The Director’s Cut - articulates how directors and senior decision makers can positively demonstrate safety due diligence as a defence against negligence and thereby avoid the possibility of a criminal manslaughter conviction, if the worst should happen.
It outlines a process that boards and organisations can undertake to ensure credible critical risks are appropriately identified and managed ensuring due diligence can be demonstrated.
This new book, details the increased focus on due diligence in Australian and New Zealand legislation. Written by Due Diligence experts and R2A Co-Directors, Gaye Francis (BE MAICD FIEAust) and Richard Robinson (BA BE MRSV FIEAust Hon FAMPI), who are experienced Expert Witnesses is common law cases in Australia and New Zealand, and is based on their successful text Engineering Due Diligence Text.
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