RIDDOR must-knows for business owners

Hazards are present in any workplace and accidents are sometimes unavoidable. In fact, in 2022/23, over 60,000 accidents were reported to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). So in this guide, we’ll be taking an in-depth look at RIDDOR regulations, the laws around accident reporting, and the responsibilities you might have under those laws.

In this guide, we’ll answer important questions, including:

  • What are RIDDOR regulations?
  • Who has to report under RIDDOR?
  • How and when I do report to the HSE?
  • What do I need to report under RIDDOR?

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