Accidents are, unfortunately, a part of life and are an unavoidable risk in some workplaces. All workplace accidents, however minor, should be carefully recorded in an accident log. Many accidents take place as a result of carelessness or negligence on the part of individual employees, but some can be linked back to workplace hazards.
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Efficient accident reporting helps improve risk analysis and leads to better health and safety in the workplace. Reports create an audit trail should an accidental injury lead to a compensation claim. Some types of workplace accident – e.g. those involving gas and serious injuries – also need to be reported to the HSE. See our page on [RIDDOR reporting].
Accident reporting tracks health and safety trends over time, allowing you to identify common hazards and prioritise risks – as well as identifying training needs, e.g. heavy lifting training to avoid back injuries. By monitoring your accident reports you can assess the success of your health and safety and risk management initiatives and make intelligent decisions about improving workplace safety.
What We Do
At Workplace Risk Management we help businesses put in place efficient systems for monitoring accidents and any resulting injuries, health problems or damage to property. By removing the uncertainty from accident reporting we provide greater visibility over risk management and ensure you remain compliant with health and safety reporting standards.
We work with businesses in all sectors to improve health and safety, especially those with a higher than average risk of workplace accidents:
- Agriculture and forestry
- Heavy industry
- Health and social care
- Vehicle maintenance
Why Choose Workplace Risk Management?
With decades of experience creating tailored risk management strategies for a range of businesses, we can help you save time and money on accident reporting. To make an enquiry or request a free health and safety assessment, please call 0845 260 4242 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.