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RIDDOR stands for:
RIDDOR places a legal duty on employers and self employed people to report the following: (Select the incorrect answer)
The HSE and local authority enforcement officers are emergency services and can be contacted anytime under any circumstances.
Chemical or hot metal burn to the eye and an injury leading to hypothermia are not considered as major injuries.
The conditions in which the local authority enforcement officers can be contacted are:
If there is an accident connected with work and your employee, or a self-employed person working on your premises, suffer an over-three-day injury you must report it to enforcing authority within ten days
An over-7-day injury is one which is not ‘major’ but results in the injured person being away from work OR unable to do their full range of their normal duties for more than seven days.
The records of any reportable injury must include the following: (Please choose incorrect answer)
What must you report?