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Recording and reporting incidents on the school premises
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- 1 An employer's duty to keep an accident book
- 2 Who should keep the accident book in a school?
- 3 Must all incidents be recorded in the accident book?
- 4 Can we keep an electronic record of incidents?
- 5 RIDDOR: the duty to report accidents to the HSE
- 6 RIDDOR: the duty to record accidents
- 7 Reporting arrangements: examples from schools
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