Organisations contesting enforcement notices will be able to rely on information that was not available to the inspector who served the notice. A Supreme Court judgment in the case of HM Inspector of Health and Safety v Chevron North Sea Ltd will allow dutyholders appealing prohibition or improvement notices to commission research and use it to argue a notice was not justified.
The energy firm has lodged an appeal against a 1.75m penalty after a worker was scalded at Longanett power station in Fife in October 2013.
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