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Lessons in record keeping from Donald Trump’s latest bill

Lessons in record keeping from Donald Trump’s latest bill Continuing his efforts to dismantle the more contentious aspects of his predecessor’s government, President Donald Trump has just made a small but significant change to US health and safety legislation. But many commentators are concerned that the repeal actually places American workers in danger. Under the… Read the Full Post

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Are you complying with your RIDDOR obligations?

Most employers will already be well aware of the fact that they must keep records relating to health and safety incidents in the workplace. Some will even know that certain events will need to be reported to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). But following a change to the guidelines in October 2013, are you… Read the Full Post

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A Guide To RIDDOR And The Changes Due In October 2013

RIDDOR is the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995, which requires the reporting of any relevant accident or incident to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) by the designated person responsible. In October of this year RIDDOR is changing, and so today I thought it would be helpful to take a quick… Read the Full Post

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Keeping Reports and Records Under RIDDOR

RIDDOR EXPLAINED There is a law that demands employers and those with responsibilities within a work place must keep records and reports for: Fatalities that are work related Serious injuries Industrial diseases that have been diagnosed Near miss accidents known as dangerous occurrences The law is called RIDDOR, Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences… Read the Full Post

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Reporting of Injuries – Changes to RIDDOR

Injury Reporting at Work When an employee is injured it is necessary to create a report on the injury if they are incapacitated for over three days under the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995. However as from April 6 2012 the new reporting time is going to change to incapacitation of… Read the Full Post

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