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I have looked on the HSE website and citizens advise and i cant find out if a business of 5 employees has to log injuries in a Accident book?

I have read "very small Businesses" do not have to have one!

What happens if an injury has occured due to a work related incident?.....what can be done about it, as it won't have been reported due to their being no accident book available?


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Hi jonny


Did you read this section:- http://www.hse.gov.uk/riddor/riddor.htm#when


Under health and safety legislation you must keep a record of any reportable injury, disease or dangerous occurrence. You can keep the record in any form you wish however you may choose to keep your records using an Accident Book that complies with the Data Protection Act.


If you have 10 or more employees it is a legal requirement under the Social Security Administration (NI) Act 1992 and Social Security (Claims and Payments) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1997 to keep an accident book.

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Additionally, the information recorded is confidential. You can get a accident report pad where you can remove the accident report page for the investigation leaving the pad clear for other people to use.

Frederickson - CCA Sent 11/4/07 - Lost - Claiming back from post office

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