£ + VAT


£ + VAT

Course Content


The aim of the course is to raise awareness of the RIDDOR Regulations and the procedures for reporting accident to comply. The candidate will also gain awareness of investigating accidents and why accidents should be investigated.


Some knowledge of safety legislation is advantageous and the candidate should hold a responsible position within the company.

Course Duration

The course is 1 day in duration.

Optimum Number

A maximum of 10 candidates per course.

Course Language

The course is delivered in English. Therefore candidates must have a good standard of both written and verbal English.

Courses can be delivered in other languages however, this would need to be discussed prior to acceptance on the course. It is the responsibility of the person making the booking to make Roxby aware of this requirement.

Training Aids

Use will be made of PowerPoint Presentation, course notes / hand-outs, videos, and discussion.

Course Objectives

Notification and Reporting Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences

  • Types of injury which must be reported immediately
  • Dangerous occurrences which must be reported immediately
  • Types of injuries that must be reported within seven days
  • Types of occupational diseases that must be reported
  • Reporting of gas incidents
  • Requirements for keeping specified records
  • Restrictions to the application of RIDDOR
  • Defences for an offence contravening the regulations

Factors Contributing to Accident

  • Types of Accidents
  • Ergonomics
  • Human Factors
  • Job Factors

Accident Costs

  • Legal
  • Humane
  • Economic

Accident Investigation

  • Why Investigate
  • Techniques of Investigation

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