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letters Code should recognise where blame really lies

The Court of Appeal was right to exonerate Paul Wurth from the tragic accident which befell Ralph Harrison (aj 6.4.00). It is important to maintain a distinction between those who prepare designs and those who arrange for them to be prepared. There is no 'hole' in the cdm Regulations in this respect. Indeed it was somewhat naive of the Health and Safety Executive to prosecute Wurth in the first instance.

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