Accident Reporting at Work

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Do you have an accident reporting procedure?

Health and safety law requires employers, and other people in charge of work premises to report accidents and incidents properly. Get Peace of mind knowing that should an incident occur in your workplace; it will be suitably and sufficiently reported and documented.
 
We offer round-the-clock 24/7 support with our unlimited hotline access.

Questions we are often asked

Who is Accident reporting for?

All business owners regardless of the size or number of employees. 

What does this service cover?

Supporting you as the responsible person to report, investigate and learn from an accident or incident. 

When does my business need

accident reporting? 

  • Accidents that result in a fatality

  • Accidents resulting in specified injuries

  • Certain defined, work-related illnesses

  • Accidents resulting in employees being unable to carry out their normal work activities from work for more than seven consecutive days

  • Injuries to people not at work that result in them being taken to hospital for treatment

  • Certain dangerous occurrences, such as when a building collapses or a gas explosion occurs.

Why does my business need to report incidents? 

To meet your legal obligations required by the Health and Safety at work act 1974, The Social Security (Claims and Payments) Regulations 1979, and the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013.

How will my business benefit from accident reporting? 

Peace of mind knowing that should an incident occur in your workplace; it will be officially and professionally reported by a qualified person.

 

Subject matter expert advice is then available for any accident and incident investigations, insurance claims and enforcement action.

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