Reporting accidents and ill health at work is a legal requirement. This information enables the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and local authorities to identify where and how risks arise, and to investigate serious accidents. This then helps to provide advice on how to reduce injury, and ill health in the workplace. For most businesses, a reportable accident, dangerous occurrence, or case of disease is a comparatively rare event however if it does happen it should be reported.
This course provides for all the core aspects of working and staying safe in confined spaces and covers all the main training outcomes such as:
- Appreciate the purpose and relevance of RIDDOR
- Recognise the different reports that are required
- Explain recent changes and exemptions
- Identify the reporting requirements
- Explain the ways of making and amending reports
- Identify the guidelines for keeping records
Why is this training important?
Accident Reporting will help make the learner aware of the different kinds of incidents which need to be reported at work, what procedures to follow, how to collect data and maintain proper RIDDOR records. This training course will help learners identify and appreciate the purpose and relevance of RIDDOR.
- What exactly is RIDDOR?
- What types of accidents are reportable under RIDDOR
- How to report under RIDDOR
- What records you must keep yourself