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Accidents are never nice. And, no matter how many measures you have in place to prevent them, they still happen.
Certain specified accidents — like fractures, amputations and loss of consciousness, to name just a few — must be reported under the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013 (RIDDOR). For a comprehensive list of what needs to be reported, head here. Although we hope you never find yourself needing to report one, if you do, as you’ll soon see, it’s really not that bad. Your six-step guide
The person First and foremost, the person/people reporting accidents must be competent to do so. By this, we mean someone who’s sufficiently trained, has relevant knowledge and experience, and is proactive, willing and capable with their approach to Health Safety. To know more


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