This Accident Reporting Training programme is designed for everyone to use. It explains what accident reporting is, why it’s important and what could be included in a report.
Accident reporting plays a crucial role in maintaining a safe workplace, as the aim of the practice is to ensure that the accident is not repeated. Under the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (2013), employers require “responsible persons” to report accidents, major injuries, dangerous occurrences, and even death in the workplace. Therefore, it is a legal duty to practice accident reporting. This course, which is an introduction to accident reporting, helps the user to understand how to fill out an accident report form and what to include in it. Additionally, it covers what sort of accidents need reporting, as well as covering the legal obligations of the person reporting the accident.
This Online Accident reporting course is aimed at everyone in your workplace to ensure that they know how to complete a clear and concise accident report if they’re involved in an accident or incident at work.
This Online Accident Reporting course is approved by leading industry bodies CPD & IIRSM. Online training is flexible, efficient and cost-effective meaning the candidate can progress through the modules at their own pace and in their own time to fit the training in around their work and personal life.
- Learn how to fill out an accident report form, understanding everything that needs to be included.
- Learn which incidents and accidents must be reported.
- Learn about RIDDOR 2013 and your responsibilities under it.
|Course||Module Number||Module Name||Pass % Required|
|Accident Reporting||1||The background of accident reporting.||70%|
|Accident Reporting||2||What should be recorded?||70%|
|Accident Reporting||3||Reporting an accident.||70%|
Recommended System Requirements:
- Browser: Up to date web browser
- Video: Up to date video drivers
- Memory: 1Gb+ RAM
- Download Speed: Broadband (3Mb+)
(Note: This is based on the amount of video content shown and is rounded off. It does not account in any way for loading time or thinking time on the questions).