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Take the necessary steps to ensure those suppliers that work with you have sufficient skills and knowledge to do the job safely and without risks to health & safety, or data protection and so on. Clearly, the degree of competence required will depend on the work to be done.
Also don’t assume a contract with your supplier will ensure that the supplier will be deemed solely responsible if an incident occurs, and that the signed contract will protect you.
It probably won’t if a `criminal’ law has been broken. Most legislation, particularly health & safety that is relevant to the events industry falls under criminal law.
You do need to consider the risk to your business if you fail to take appropriate action.
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