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RIDDORReporting of Injuries, Diseases & Dangerous Occurrences Regulations
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75) Accidents not reportable under RIDDOR include commuting accidents (including those involving work-related travel), accidents related to maritime shipping and civil and air navigation, and accidents to members of the armed forces.
Reports produced under RIDDOR provide information for the enforcing authorities (the HSE, local authorities and the Office for Rail Regulation) about workplace incidents so that they can consider whether further investigation is required as well as helping them to understand where and how risks in the workplace arise.
These figures combine RIDDOR reportable incidents with transport incidents at which the emergency services attended.
He added: "The requirement to report under RIDDOR extends only to incidents in Great Britain.
131,895 other injuries to employees were reported under RIDDOR, a rate of 502.
Provides information on RIDDOR Regulations 1995 and has information on how to report accidents, diseases and dangerous occurrences.
Health and Safety Executive Statistics, Table RIDDOR01: Cases of occupational disease reported under RIDDOR (a).
If an accident is caused through alcohol, remember our legal obligations under Health and Safety regulations and RIDDOR - reporting procedures.
With over 1,500 days without a RIDDOR, the team has become one of the most reputable plant teams in the business.
Portrack Handling has carried out one million hours of work since its last reportable accident under the RIDDOR regulations - after completing shutdown and maintenance projects on process and chemical plants.
The company says it has a zero accident record since starting in 2010- not a single broken bone or serious injury and no RIDDOR accidents.
Under the changes, brought in by the government's Health and Safety Executive (HSE) under its RIDDOR regime (Reportable Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations), a worker will now need to be incapacitated by an accident for seven days before the incident needs to be reported.