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A Quick Guide to Accident & Incident Reporting

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08 August 2018

Click below to download your quick guide to accident & incident reporting

Even if you follow the latest health & safety regulations, accidents at work can still happen. When workplace injuries do occur, it’s your responsibility to report them to the authorities.

Failure to do so is a criminal offence, and can lead to prosecution, fines and even imprisonment. This White Paper sets out to explain some of the issues surrounding accident and incident reporting, including what you must report, when you must report, how you report and what injuries RIDDOR covers. For further advice or guidance on the matter, please contact 0808 145 3380.

 

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