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RIDDOR reporting timescale

Post by Gringo1972 » Sat Feb 25, 2017 10:09 am

Morning Guys

My heads a bit mashed with trawling the internet to try and find the timetable for reporting all injuries/deaths to riddor, all the info seems a bit mish mash and nothing seems to be straight to the point.

So here's what I have can anyone tell me if its correct or if I have missed something.

Death - Quickest means possible and followed up by report with 10 days.
specific injury - Quickest means possible and followed up by report with 10 days.
Seven consecutive days - A report must be made within 15 days.
over 3 days - Employer must log in the log book.

Cheers guys

Garry

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Re: RIDDOR reporting timescale

Post by Waterbaby » Sat Feb 25, 2017 10:20 am

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Re: RIDDOR reporting timescale

Post by Gringo1972 » Sat Feb 25, 2017 10:29 am

Thanks Waterboy

I had read that info previous but I have read it that many times that I wasn't sure of my own answer.

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