Accident Reporting Online

Understand the purpose of RIDDOR, how to make a report and what constitutes a reportable accident.

    • Overview

      The Accident Reporting online course enables users to understand the purpose of RIDDOR (Reporting of Incidents, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations), how to make a report and what constitutes a reportable accident.

      This course is accredited by The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA), providing you with quality assurance.

    • This course covers...

      • An overview of RIDDOR

      • What is an Accident?

      • What should be reported?

      • Dangerous occurrences

      • To understand how to make and amend accident reports

    • Structure

      The course is completed on an online platform, and can be taken at the user’s own pace. The course should take an estimated time of 20-30 minutes if taken all at one time.

      The course is formatted into the following areas:

      • Welcome – Introduction to the course

      • Lesson One – What is RIDDOR?

      • Lesson Two – Types of reportable accidents

      • Lesson Three – How to make a report

      • Assessment – multiple choice assessment (you are required to get 70% or above to pass the course)

      • What’s next? – access to a downloadable certificate and additional resources

    • More Information

      You can access a free introduction to health and safety demo course so you can see how the platform works and if it is suited to your needs. Contact us at to gain access to this course.

      PLEASE NOTE: Accounts for the courses must be set-up by a member of staff; these details will be created and sent to you as soon as possible. Our operating hours are from Mon – Fri 8:30am to 5:00pm so accounts can be created during this timeframe.

      If you have any questions regarding any of the online courses please contact