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Accident book
Domain: Health and safety at work => Documents/certification
Grammatical category
Noun phrase
Grammar notes
Those who own or occupy:
1) a factory, mine or quarry;
2) works or premises where the Factories Act 1961 applies;
3) any other premises in which (or around which) they employ ten or more people at the same time,
must provide an accident book in which to record accidents that happen to employees. The accident book should allow employees, or people acting on their behalf, to enter details of accidents and should be kept in a place where any employee can get to it at all reasonable times.
To comply with data protection law, personal details must be kept confidential and so completed accident records should be detached from the accident book and stored securely for three years. The accident book-covers (containing the stubs) should be retained for a period of three years after the date of the last entry, so the accident records can be matched to the stubs.
Definition source
Jones 2003, adapted from Reg. 3 of the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995; Accident Book BI 510, 2003, HSE Books; HSE leaflet "RIDDOR Explained", HSE 31(rev).
European legislation
Directive 89/391/CEE
British legislation
The Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995
Concept diagram
Translation proposal De
Reliability code De
Translation proposal Fr
Registre des accidents du travail
Reliability code Fr