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Concurrent Liability

Concurrent Liability

Concurrent liability is when two or more parties are independently liable for the same incident. In terms of health and safety, concurrent liability means that a person conducting a business or undertaking that is able to influence or control the safety of a particular activity can be exposed to liability if they do not take all reasonable steps within their control to eliminate or minimise those risks.

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