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The Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. 2.Interpretation

  4. 3.Responsible person

  5. 4.Non-fatal injuries to workers

  6. 5.Non-fatal injuries to non-workers

  7. 6.Work-related fatalities

  8. 7.Dangerous occurrences

  9. 8.Occupational diseases

  10. 9.Exposure to carcinogens, mutagens and biological agents

  11. 10.Diseases offshore

  12. 11.Gas-related injuries and hazards

  13. 12.Recording and record-keeping

  14. 13.Mines, quarries and offshore site disturbance

  15. 14.Restrictions on the application of regulations 4 to 10

  16. 15.Restriction on parallel requirements

  17. 16.Defence

  18. 17.Certificates of exemption

  19. 18.Revocations, amendments and savings

  20. 19.Extension outside Great Britain

  21. 20.Review

  22. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      REPORTING AND RECORDING PROCEDURES

      1. PART 1 REPORTING PROCEDURE

        1. 1.Injuries, fatalities and dangerous occurrences

        2. 2.Diseases

        3. 3.Carcinogens, mutagens and biological agents

        4. 4.Mines and quarries

      2. PART 2 RECORDS

        1. 5.Particulars to be kept in records of any reportable incident under regulations 4 to 7

        2. 6.In respect of an accident injuring a person at work,...

        3. 7.In respect of an accident injuring a person not at...

        4. 8.The place where the accident or dangerous occurrence happened.

        5. 9.A brief description of the circumstances in which the accident...

        6. 10.The date on which the accident or dangerous occurrence was...

        7. 11.The method by which the accident or dangerous occurrence was...

        8. 12.Particulars to be kept in records of any diagnosis reportable under regulations 8 to 10

        9. 13.The nameof the person affected.

        10. 14.The occupation of the person affected.

        11. 15.The name or nature of the disease.

        12. 16.The date on which the disease was first reported to...

        13. 17.The method by which the disease was reported.

        14. 18.Particulars to be kept in records of any injuries to be recorded under regulation 12(1)(c)

        15. 19.The following particulars of the injured person—

        16. 20.The place wherethe accident happened.

        17. 21.A brief description of the circumstances in which the accident...

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      DANGEROUS OCCURRENCES

      1. PART 1 GENERAL

        1. 1.Lifting equipment

        2. 2.Pressure systems

        3. 3.Overhead electric lines

        4. 4.Electrical incidents causing explosion or fire

        5. 5.Explosives

        6. 6.The misfire of explosives (other than at a mine or...

        7. 7.Any explosion, discharge or intentional fire or ignition which causes...

        8. 8.(1) The projection of material beyond the boundary of the...

        9. 9.The failure of shots to cause the intended extent of...

        10. 10.Biological agents

        11. 11.Radiation generators and radiography

        12. 12.Breathing apparatus

        13. 13.Diving operations

        14. 14.The failure or endangering of any lifting equipment associated with...

        15. 15.The trapping of a diver.

        16. 16.Any explosion in the vicinity of a diver.

        17. 17.Any uncontrolled ascent or any omitted decompression which causes a...

        18. 18.Collapse of scaffolding

        19. 19.Train collisions

        20. 20.Wells

        21. 21.Pipelines or pipeline works

        22. 22.The unintentional change in position of a pipeline, or in...

      2. PART 2 DANGEROUS OCCURENCES REPORTABLE EXCEPT IN RELATION TO AN OFFSHORE WORKPLACE

        1. 23.Structural collapse

        2. 24.The unintentional collapse or partial collapse of any falsework.

        3. 25.Explosion or fire

        4. 26.Release of flammable liquids and gases

        5. 27.Hazardous escapes of substances

      3. PART 3 DANGEROUS OCCURRENCES REPORTABLE IN RELATION TO A MINE

        1. 28.Fires or ignition of gas

        2. 29.Any person being caused to leave any place pursuant to...

        3. 30.Any fire on the surface which endangers the operation of...

        4. 31.The ignition of any gas (other than in a safety...

        5. 32.The unintentional ignition of any gas in part of a...

        6. 33.Escapes of gas with solid matter

        7. 34.Failures of plant or equipment

        8. 35.The overwinding of— (a) any conveyance being used for the...

        9. 36.The bringing to rest of any conveyance operated using the...

        10. 37.The stoppage of any ventilating apparatus (other than an auxiliary...

        11. 38.The collapse of any headframe, winding engine house, fan house...

        12. 39.Breathing apparatus

        13. 40.Emergency escape apparatus

        14. 41.Inrushes of gas or flowing material

        15. 42.The inrush of water or material which flows when wet...

        16. 43.Insecure tips

        17. 44.Locomotives

        18. 45.Falls of ground

        19. 46.Accidents causing specified injuries

      4. PART 4 DANGEROUS OCCURENCES WHICH ARE REPORTABLE IN RELATION TO A QUARRY

        1. 47.Collapse of storage bunkers

        2. 48.Sinking of craft

        3. 49.Projection of substances outside quarry

        4. 50.Misfires

        5. 51.Insecure tips

        6. 52.Movement of slopes or faces

        7. 53.Explosion or fire in vehicles or mobile plant

      5. PART 5 DANGEROUS OCCURRENCES WHICH ARE REPORTABLE IN RESPECT OF A RELEVANT TRANSPORT SYSTEM

        1. 54.Collision or derailment of passenger trains

        2. 55.The derailment of the whole or part of a passenger...

        3. 56.Collision or derailment not involving passenger trains

        4. 57.The derailment of a non-passenger train— (a) on a running...

        5. 58.Accidents involving any train

        6. 59.A train striking any cattle or horse, whether or not...

        7. 60.A train on a running line striking or being struck...

        8. 61.A train, other than one on a railway, striking or...

        9. 62.A passenger train, or a non-passenger train not fitted with...

        10. 63.Failure of train parts

        11. 64.Fire

        12. 65.Severe electrical arcing or fusing

        13. 66.Level crossings

        14. 67.Any train running onto a level crossing when not authorised...

        15. 68.The failure of equipment at a level crossing which could...

        16. 69.The permanent way and other works

        17. 70.The buckle of a running line which requires the immediate...

        18. 71.An aircraft or vehicle of any kind either landing on,...

        19. 72.The runaway of an escalator, lift or passenger conveyor.

        20. 73.The following classes of accident where they are likely to...

        21. 74.Incidents of signals passed without authority

      6. PART 6 DANGEROUS OCCURRENCES WHICH ARE REPORTABLE IN RESPECT OF AN OFFSHORE WORKPLACE

        1. 75.Release of petroleum hydrocarbon

        2. 76.Fire or explosion

        3. 77.Release or escape of dangerous substances

        4. 78.Collapses

        5. 79.Equipment

        6. 80.Dropping objects

        7. 81.Weather damage

        8. 82.Collisions

        9. 83.Any occurrence with the potential for a collision between a...

        10. 84.Subsidence or collapse of seabed

        11. 85.Loss of stability or buoyancy

        12. 86.Evacuation

        13. 87.Falls into water

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      DISEASES REPORTABLE OFFSHORE

      1. 1.Chickenpox.

      2. 2.Cholera.

      3. 3.Diphtheria.

      4. 4.Dysentery (amoebic or bacillary).

      5. 5.Acute encephalitis.

      6. 6.Erysipelas.

      7. 7.Food poisoning.

      8. 8.Legionellosis.

      9. 9.Malaria.

      10. 10.Measles.

      11. 11.Meningitis.

      12. 12.Meningococcal septicaemia (without meningitis).

      13. 13.Mumps.

      14. 14.Paratyphoid fever.

      15. 15.Plague.

      16. 16.Acute poliomyelitis.

      17. 17.Rabies.

      18. 18.Rubella.

      19. 19.Scarlet fever.

      20. 20.Tetanus.

      21. 21.Tuberculosis.

      22. 22.Typhoid fever.

      23. 23.Typhus.

      24. 24.Viral haemorrhagic fevers.

      25. 25.Viral hepatitis.

    4. SCHEDULE 4

      REVOCATIONS AND AMENDMENTS

  23. Explanatory Note

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