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Substance need not be named to fall under COSHH

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    Karen Bilton v Fastnet Highlands Ltd 22 July 1997 CS (0 other reports)

In Karen Bilton v Fastnet Highlands Ltd, the Scottish Court of Session holds that a fish processor who developed occupational asthma can pursue a claim for compensation against her employer under the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1988 (COSHH), even though the substance is not specified by COSHH.