Bralsford v Conoco Ltd: CA 14 Feb 1997

The employers appealed against a finding of negligence causing the plaintiff personal injury. The plaintiff lorry driver for the defendants, had his boot lace caught as he was on top of the tanker. He fell, but was left suspended.
[1997] EWCA Civ 1017
England and Wales
CitedVancouver General Hospital v McDaniel PC 27-Jul-1934
British Columbia A hospital owes a duty to establish adequate procedures to safeguard patients from cross-infection. Howeber it was a good defence to show that the defendants had acted in accordance with a general practice.
Lord Alness said: . .
CitedMorris v West Hartlepool Steam Navigation HL 1956
The ship had followed a practice of leaving the between deck hatch covers off in the absence of a guard rail around the hatchway. The plaintiff seaman fell into the hold. There was evidence that on this ship it was quite usual for men to be sent . .

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Updated: 21 March 2021; Ref: scu.141413