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 online@safetyboss.co.uk 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 online@safetyboss.co.uk.