RIDDOR (The Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995)
Your Responsibilities Under RIDDOR
Further details can be found on the Health and Safety Executive’s website.
You should report any of the following that happens to a member of the public, including a parent or child, or an employee on your premises:
- A death or major injury, which includes a fracture (but not of fingers, thumbs or toes), an amputation, dislocation, permanent or temporary loss of sight, and an injury from an electric shock;
- A reportable disease;
- A dangerous occurrence, which didn’t but could have resulted in a reportable injury;
- An injury resulting in hospital admission.
Remember! You are also required to report such incidents, as well as various other events, to Ofsted.Click here to view the latest changes to RIDDOR