Accident Reporting


Learn how to report workplace accidents and comply with RIDDOR Regulations (2013).

Duration | 40 minutes

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Accident Reporting Training OnlineRIDDOR (Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013) puts duties on the self employed and people in control of work premises (the Responsible Person) to report work-related deaths, certain serious workplace accidents, occupational diseases and other dangerous occurrences to the Health and Safety Executive (incidents that happen in Northern Ireland should be reported to the HSE NI).

Accident Reporting Course Objective

To provide the knowledge needed to comply with the most recent RIDDOR regulations.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this course learners will:

| Understand accident reporting guidelines

| Understand the purpose of RIDDOR Regulations

| Know why accidents must be reported

| Know which accidents must be reported

| Know the different reports that are required

| Understand recent changes and exemptions

| Know the ways of making and amending reports

Know the guidelines for keeping records

Course content

Section 1 | What is RIDDOR?


What has changed

RIDDOR Requirements

Injuries to people not at work

Section 2 | Making a report under RIDDOR

Who is responsible


Telephone reports

Keeping records

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    Online RIDDOR Course
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    RIDDOR eLearning
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    RIDDOR Regulations

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Why take the Accident Reporting online course?

RIDDOR (Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013) requires employers to report and keep records of:

  1. accidents which cause deaths
  2. accidents which cause certain serious injuries (reportable injuries)
  3. diagnosed cases of certain industrial diseases
  4. certain dangerous occurrences (incidents with the potential to cause harm eg near misses)

In most cases, forms should be completed online via the RIDDOR webpage. However, reports may sometimes be made by telephone.

The following report forms are available online:

| Report of an injury

| Report of a dangerous occurrence

| Report of an injury offshore

| Report of a dangerous occurrence offshore

| Report of a case of disease

| Report of a flammable gas incident

| Report of a dangerous gas fitting

This course will provide the knowledge required to submit a report correctly and to the right timescales.

Ideal For

The Responsible Person required to make reports under RIDDOR.

Accident Reporting certificate



Successful completion of the Accident Reporting online training requires delegates to achieve 80% or more in the final short assessment. At this point they receive:

| An emailed PDF self-print certificate from echo3education with verifiable completion code

 2 CPD credits

| A Digital Badge that can be can be shared on social media sites such as Linkedin.

What is included in this echo3education Accident Reporting training course?

| 40 minutes of online learning

| Complies with updated 2013 RIDDOR Regulations

| Instant self-print certificate (£5 for posted version)

| Digital Badge – Share your success on Linkedin

| Unlimited access for 1  year

| Complementary training record back-up from echo3education | 0131 661 8352


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