Definitions for "Duty of Care"
The responsibility to adequately provide for someone who has been entrusted to your care.
The legal obligation to have thought or regard for those who may be affected by one's acts or omissions.
refers to the legal obligation of anyone who manages or governs a charity to take care when administering the charityâ€(tm)s affairs.
"A requirement which the law recognizes to avoid conduct characterized by unreasonable risk of danger to other persons ..." Dukelow
the law which manages the movement and storage of rubbish from industry (not households). This means that everyone who moves rubbish around and stores it has to follow a set of rules. If they don't they could be punished.