Legal compliance issues can have a huge impact on the fortunes of your business. Investing in skills, knowledge and competencies at all levels of an organisation is the most effective solution to preventing and mitigating the risks impacting on every business. Our lawyers can train your board, legal team and/or operational staff in relation to legal requirements, obligations and compliance; developments in environmental, safety and health practice; directors’ duties under the relevant regime(s); and the approach of the regulator and courts to any breach, including sentencing powers and relevant case law.
We have developed a range of training options to provide you with practical, commercial and tailored assistance where you need it most. The training is designed to be flexible and to meet your business needs. We propose an indicative length and content for each course, but all courses can be adapted to suit your business, your industry/sector and the knowledge and experience levels of the people who will be attending. If you are interested in more than one course, we can combine them, as required, and can adapt proposals accordingly.
Follow the link to view the full scope of our frESH Law Training offering and contact us to discuss how we can tailor our programs to meet your needs.
Don’t Just Take Our Word for It
“Squire Patton Boggs excels at providing comprehensive, sound advice in relation to workplace manslaughter, HSE, Environment Agency, local authority and trading standards prosecutions.” – The Legal 500 UK
“First-class industry knowledge and excellent response times.” – The Legal 500 UK
“They know our business extremely well and are good at spotting issues before they arise and deciding how to deal with them.” – Chambers & Partners UK
“Robust practice handling defence work for a number of major companies … has extensive expertise in various sectors such as retail, power, entertainment and waste.” – Chambers & Partners UK
“Squire Patton Boggs has a longstanding track record of work in the food and beverage sector.” – The Legal 500 UK