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Reporting incidents in practice. RIDDOR and S24 forms. Dr Isabel Anton-Solanas 22 nd March 2013. Aims of this session. To define accident, incident and near miss. To identify reportable incidents in practice. To discuss the processes for reporting of incidents in practice. Key concepts.

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Reporting incidents in practice

Reporting incidents in practice

RIDDOR and S24 forms

Dr Isabel Anton-Solanas22nd March 2013


Aims of this session

Aims of this session

To define accident, incident and near miss

To identify reportable incidents in practice

To discuss the processes for reporting of incidents in practice


Key concepts

Key concepts


Why do we report

Why do we report?

  • To prevent recurrence by:

    • Collecting data

    • Ensuring Heads of Departments are aware and can investigate properly

    • Panning follow-up activities which tackle the cause/ of the incident


How do we report

How do we report?

  • Give as much detail as you can

  • Be factual – Do not speculate

  • Be clear – Do not be vague


Riddor

RIDDOR


Riddor1

RIDDOR

  • Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995

    • www.hse.gov.uk/riddor

  • What must I report?

    • Deaths, major injuries and over-seven-day injuries

    • Occupational diseases

    • Dangerous occurrences

    • Gas incidents


S24 form

S24 Form


Reporting process

Reporting process


Something is happened what do i do

Something is happened… What do I do?


Reporting incidents in practice

Any questions?


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