Senior coroner Alan Craze, announced he will be sending off a prevention of future deaths letter to figures, including the Transport Secretary, highlighting concerns including over the control of risk assessments.
"There are possible lesson in the circumstances of and the issues surrounding these deaths, which may be of help to others on a national basis.
There appears to be no formal governance or control of risk management requirement. Should the present voluntary structure be re examined?
Could the MCA be given more resources and take a bigger role that they currently have?
Is leaving everything to a charity really the best structure?
Inevitably resource and monetary considerations effect decision making by those charged with safeguarding the people, such as those who lost their lives here. Perhaps that’s another reason why a review is needed.
Watch our special programme on the day the coroner recorded verdicts of 'misadventure' for the seven men who died on the beach last summer.
An inquest is due to open into the deaths of five friends who drowned during a day trip to Camber Sands in East Sussex last summer.