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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Reporting accidents
    Reporting accidentsThere's a legal obligation to report certain types of accident. Additionally, because accidents are a fact of life, as a business, it's important to have the correct paperwork and proper procedures in place to deal with them.
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Near-miss report
    Near-miss report Near-misses can have a detrimental effect on your business in terms of property damage and loss of productivity. Therefore, record details of any that occur on a dedicated form.Dealing with near-missesA near-miss is the term used to describe an incident which had the potential to cause an injury. "Close calls" and "near hits" are other terms often used in the same context. Investigating the causes of such incidents can identify underlying problems, which, if not dealt with, may lead to a serious...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Accident report form
    Accident report formDepending on the needs of your business, you may find that the standard accident book doesn't fully meet your needs. If so, take a look at our form as it contains all the key information in one place.Reporting accidentsDepending on the potential hazards found in your business, you may find that the standard accident book B1 510, doesn't offer enough space, or allow you to record the type of information which you would like. You may also wish to cut down on the amount of times that you duplicate...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Accident - witness statement
    Accident - witness statementIn the event of an accident, a first-hand account of what happened can be invaluable. To obtain the information you need, take a witness statement. An accurate accountIn the event of an accident, having all the facts to hand will help you to identify exactly what went wrong and what's required to prevent a recurrence. In addition, if you can present a professional case to an inspector, you will reduce the likelihood of enforcement action being taken.Valuable exerciseAlthough it may...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Accident investigation form
    Accident investigation formCarrying out accident investigations should provide you with a greater understanding their causes and help to prevent recurrences. How to use the formOur Accident Investigation Form gives a methodical, structured approach to information gathering, collation and analysis. The findings of the investigation should form the basis of an action plan to prevent a recurrence of the accident and for improving your overall management of the risks from your work activities. Your findings will...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Register of health and safety legislation - accidents and emergencies
    Register of health and safety legislation - accidents and emergenciesOur register templates are designed to help you to pull together a list of legislation relevant to your business. This one covers the topic of accidents and emergencies.How should you use it?Although there's no legal requirement to have a legal register you may need this type of document if you are applying for certification under a formal management standard such as OHSAS 18001. You can use it to outline the legislation which applies to you,...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Accident/incident reporting policy
    Accident/incident reporting policyApart from being a legal requirement, proper accident investigation can help prevent further occurrences. Our sample policy makes staff aware of what you expect from them. Accident reportingUnfortunately, accidents are a fact of life and at some point your business is likely to be faced with one, so it's important to have the correct paperwork in place. Our Accident/Incident Reporting Policy helps you to set out a clear procedure on how and when accidents should be reported....
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Quick guide to RIDDOR 2013
    Quick guide to RIDDOR 2013Read our Quick Guide to RIDDOR 2013 for a rundown of the reporting requirements for accidents, incidents and diseases introduced in October 2013.RIDDOR 2013On 1 October 2013, the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013 (RIDDOR) replaced the previous 1995 version of the regulations.The reporting categories have been much simplified and the whole structure of the regulations has been revamped.The Quick Guide to RIDDOR 2013 covers the key changes but...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Potential claim report
    Potential claim reportThe advent of "referral fees" and "no-win, no-fee" solicitors has fuelled the compensation culture in which we now find ourselves. However, if you provide your insurer with sufficient information about a potential claim, it may help to reduce the size and number of payouts. Why use this document?Because insurers are being taken to the cleaners, they are passing on the costs to those they insure. However, if you provide the insurer with details of a potential claim in good time, you can...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Accident reporting procedure
    Accident reporting procedureIn the event of an accident it's important that staff and managers know what to do. To save time and ensure your rules are obvious, use our accident reporting procedure.What's covered?This procedure is designed as a single page flow chart which you can display in the workplace, e.g. close to the first aid kit or accident book. It covers injury accidents to both employees and non-employees, as well as near-misses.It begins with the role of employees in obtaining first aid and notifying...
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