Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations SI 1995/3163
Also known as: RIDDOR
The main aim of the Regulations is to enable the relevant authorities to investigate serious accidents. In order to achieve this, they require employers and the self-employed to
report major injuries, diseases and dangerous occurrences. They are commonly referred to as RIDDOR.
Where someone dies or suffers a major
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