RIDDOR 1995

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  • RIDDOR 1995
    • Reporting of injuries, diseases and dangerous occurrences regulations
    • Major Injuries
      • Amputations
      • Loss of sight
      • Fracture to anything but fingers and toes
      • Dislocation
    • Employers must report:
      • Deaths
      • Major injuries
      • Accidents resulting in more than 3 days off work
      • Diseases
      • Dangerous occurrences
    • Reportable diseases:
      • mumps
      • tetanus
      • small pox
      • Typhiod
      • plague
      • whooping cough
    • Reportable incidents:
      • Gas leaks
      • chemical spillage
      • blocked drains
    • a record must be kept of any injuries etc. they should include:
      • Name and occupant of employee affected
      • Name ans status of non-employee affected
      • brief description of circumstance
      • date and method of report to enforcing authority

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