Accident Reporting : Course Overview
Good Accident Reporting can help to increase safety at work. Designed for everyone, this essential module will teach what needs to be reported and why. Accidents happen in workplaces every day but good accident reporting can increase safety at work. All accidents to employees, however minor, should be recorded.
Under RIDDOR (Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013), certain accidents that occur on or off site must be reported to the Health and Safety Executive or the local authority. Our Accident Reporting Elearning Course is designed to teach you everything that you need to know in order to deal with accidents in the workplace.
You will learn about your legal duties, how to reduce the chances of accidents occurring in the workplace and how to investigate and record them correctly when they do. Our Accident Reporting Elearning Course explains in clear language what accident reporting is, it's importance to your organisation and an overview of what should be included in a report.
As with all our courses it is split into two main sections, the learning module followed by the multiple choice test to demonstrate your understanding of what you've learned. Successful conclusion of multiple choice test results in a downloadable/printable certification.
Accident Reporting : Key Features
- Understand the purpose and requirements of RIDDOR
- Recognise different reports that are required
- Clear, concise and easy to follow
- CPD Accredited and RoSPA Approved
- Downloadable/Printable Certification