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RIDDOR stands for the Reporting of Injuries Diseases and Dangerous Regulations 1995.
If you are an employee it is worthwhile knowing that your employer is legally obliged to provide a system of recording accidents in the workplace. All employers should know about RIDDOR.
Accidents at work happen every day and it is, therefore, important that the HSE (Health and Safety Executive) has regulations in place to make sure all incidents are recorded.
The type of accident recording will vary depending on the sector you are in. Catering, hospitality, the care profession and the manufacturing industry all have different requirements when it comes to recording health and safety incidents.
If your workplace employs more than 10 people then there must be an accident book available to record incidents. Owners of quarries, factories and mines must also have an accident book available.
The injuries which should be recorded are:
If you have had an accident at work then your employer should provide the means to record such information. In the case of compensation, this information can be called upon and used as evidence if required.
An accident book can take many different forms including a written record, a computer database, or a file. The information required is the date and time of the incident, date of the recording, name of the individual who had the accident and a description of the accident. All of the above must all be reported within 10 days.
Jefferies Solicitors has a team of personal injury lawyers dedicated to working with people who have suffered accidents in the workplace. If you have had an accident because your employer has neglected its duties then you may be able to pursue a claim for accident at work compensation. Please call us today on 0800 342 3206.
If you have experienced an accident at work or been injured in the workplace that was not your fault, you may be entitled to claim compensation.
Contact Jefferies personal injury lawyers on our national accident helpline above or complete our quick claim form and one of our team of specialists will be in touch to advise you on your prospects of making a successful claim.