Accident Reporting (RIDDOR) Interactive

Accident Reporting (RIDDOR) Interactive


  • Description



Accident Reporting will help make you aware of the different kinds of incidents which need to be reported at work, what procedures to follow, how to collect data and maintain proper RIDDOR records.

Course Overview

At the end of the course, trainees will:

  • Appreciate the purpose and relevance of RIDDOR
  • Recognise the different reports that are required
  • Explain recent changes and exemptions
  • Identify the reporting requirements
  • Explain the ways of making and amending reports
  • Identify the guidelines for keeping records

Course chapters

1. What is RIDDOR
Learn what RIDDOR is and what is required under RIDDOR
2. RIDDOR: what’s changed?
Discover all about RIDDOR changes and improvements and what has NOT changed
3. What is reportable?
This section will cover what is reportable, occupational diseases, dangerous occurrences and gas incidents
4. Making a report under RIDDOR
Discover when to report and how to make a report as well as amending a report

Who will it benefit?

This training course will help you identify and appreciate the purpose and relevance of RIDDOR.

How it works?

Accident Reporting is delivered online as an interactive course to each trainee on their computers, or portable device at any internet enabled location. The interactive course is engaging, informative and exciting to use. Using up-to-date,
modern graphical images, users will be faced with a selection of interactive elements and mini quizzes to test their knowledge.

Users will receive informative advice and guidance and will be tested on their understanding of the subject at the end of the course by completing the compulsory self-test.

This course also features a risk checklist which asks the user a series of questions relating to their current working environment.

Course Format: Interactive

Running Time: 30-35 minutes

Technical Information

Internet Access:
Users will need a computer or apple device with a web browser and an internet connection to access Knight Learning e-Learning Solutions.
Minimum Recommended Bandwidth:
One of the following web-browsers, latest versions as maintained and supported by the manufacturer:

  • Internet Explorer
  • Edge
  • Google Chrome
  • Firefox
  • Google Chrome
  • Safari
  • Firefox
  • Safari
  • Google Chrome
  • Latest versions as maintained and
    supported by the manufacturer
  • Google Chrome
Additional Software:
Adobe Reader or Reader DC (for viewing of PDF documents
downloadable from the solution where applicable)
Flash player: Version as recommended by Adobe
  • Enable JavaScript
  • Allow cookies
  • Processor: 600MHz
  • Minimum Hard Disk Space Required: 1GB
  • RAM: OS Dependent
The courses contain audio, system requirements for running
the courses are browser dependent. Where no enabled audio
device is detected and the browser defines that this is required
the user will be informed via an error message window upon
launching the course.