If an organization is accused of having, through a gross failure in business management, caused the death of an employee, they will be charged under the provisions of the Corporate Manslaughter Act.
The courts will examine company-wide management systems and practices in this new approach. Hopefully, this will provide a more effective means for prosecuting the worst corporate offenders, in both the public and the private sectors.
This is a boon to workers everywhere. Perhaps other countries, including the USA, will follow.