Accident Reporting

All injuries resulting from any accidents at work, however minor, will be reported by the site manager (or Office Managers as appropriate) on the Accident Report form. This applies to injuries received by members of the public, visitors, etc. as well as Company employees.

In the event of a fatal or major injury to any person, or dangerous occurrence as defined by (R.I.D.D.O.R)The Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995 the Health & Safety Executive must be notified by telephone immediately by the site manager (or Office Manager). The director Lee Sanders must also be informed immediately.

Form F2508 should then be completed and sent to the Health & Safety Executive within 10 days.

A new styled Accident Book (with detachable pages) will be available at each site and office to ensure any injured employee can record details of his/her accident. All sections of appropriate pages must be fully completed. Any claim made for Industrial Injuries Benefit by an employee will result inForm B176 being received by the Company. This will be completed by Lee Sanders or his appointed Safety Advisor) and returned to the Department of Health & Social Security as required.

All fatalities, major injuries, dangerous occurrences, over 3 day absence as a result of accidents and other notifiable accidents will be recorded in Register F2508 or similar record as required.

These records will be kept by the Managing Director Lee sanders who is responsible for ensuring that all details are entered and that records are kept on file. He will investigate all reportable accidents and keep a copy of the Investigation report, along with any photographs, statements or other relevant material for use by Company Insurers or legal advisers. This investigation report is privileged information and must not be issued to any other person without permission of Company Insurers or legal advisers.

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