Legal Brief: Subsequent Remedial Measures

May 10, 2022
Security Business Magazine

Types : Bylined Articles

The law has your back when making improvements after failure in the security and life safety industry.

Did you ever fix something after it had caused injury or damage? Have you ever changed a policy or a business practice because it caused unintended harm? Some might suggest that you should have gotten it right the first time; others may applaud you for making things right.

Well, the law has an opinion on this…and even a fancy set of words for it: Subsequent remedial measures.

Sounds like lawyer talk, right? Well, it is, however, it is also a very important concept in the law and in business – particularly in the life safety industry.

Wait a minute! How could something you have never heard of be that important in an industry where you have worked for years? Allow me to explain…


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