Plant Construction Plc v Clive Adams Associates and Another: CA 1 Mar 2000

A sub-contractor obliged under contract to carry out works in a certain way and to a specification set down by the main contractor, remained under a duty to warn that employer of any obvious danger. He was subject to the normal standards of behaving with the skill and care of an ordinarily competent contractor whatever was said in the contract about obeying instructions.


Times 01-Mar-2000


England and Wales

Health and Safety, Construction

Updated: 11 May 2022; Ref: scu.84758