RIDDOR 2013 (including Covid-19 reporting) – half-day course

This interactive and informative virtual workshop provides an overview of the key requirements of RIDDOR - Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013.

RIDDOR 2013 (including Covid-19 reporting) – half-day course

It covers:

  1. Who should report?
  2. What must be reported? Including specific examples of reporting for gas and asbestos
  3. How to report?
  4. Timescales for reporting?
  5. What records need to be kept?

There’s plenty of opportunity for interactive discussions to answer your questions throughout the session.

Who should attend?

This is essential for anyone needing to understand the key requirements of RIDDOR (including reporting of Covid-19).

Vicki Cutler

Health and safety Vicki Cutler

Vicki is our Lead Associate for SAFETYnet, having worked with HQN to get the network up and running back in 2009. 

She has worked in the housing sector for over 16 years including as a practitioner; as a health & safety consultant, she has worked with many social housing landlords providing statutory compliance audits covering gas, asbestos fire, legionella and other areas and provides ongoing health and safety advice and support to clients. She is also a voluntary Management Committee Member for a housing association in Dundee, close to where she now lives. 

Vicki is a Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Member of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management, Member of the Institute of Fire Safety Managers and is also a Chartered Manager. She holds voluntary committee member roles for IOSH on both the Consultancy Group, where she has served for over five years and the Fire Risk Management Group to which she has just been appointed.