Online training course - Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013

This health and safety training course explains the requirements of RIDDOR, which applies to all work activities in the UK, including the offshore oil and gas industry.
The course includes the amendments to RIDDOR which became law on 1st October 2013.

Course modules :

  • Introduction
  • Reportable Incidents
  • Notification & Reporting
  • Reporting a Fatality
  • Reporting Cases of Disease
  • Reporting Gas Incidents
  • Making & Keeping Records
  • Self Test
    There are 30 questions covering each of the previous modules. A certificate is offered if the test is passed.


The RIDDOR training course is for:

all employers, the self-employed, and persons in control of work premises, who must report certain work-related accidents, diseases and dangerous occurrences.

Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013 training course timing:

This 'RIDDOR' course takes approximately 70 minutes to complete. You are purchasing one copy of this course, with one attempt at the test at the end.

Click on the pictures to view sample pages from the course.

Tracking of progress takes place on every page of the course. Therefore, if there is a failure for any reason, you can log in again and carry on with the course until completion.

Self Assessment

The course contains an interactive self assessment with mutiple choice questions to test your understanding of the contents of the course. On successful completion of the test, you will receive a downloadable certificate of competency which you may print.

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