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RIDDOR

Cost: £5.00+VAT

Welcome to our RIDDOR online Training. Upon completion, you will receive a certificate of completion. The course duration is approximately 1 hour and will earn you 1 CPD point. You have 6 months from the date of purchase to finish this training.

This module covers various topics related to RIDDOR online training module:


1. Introduction to RIDDOR:
• Explanation of what RIDDOR is and its purpose.
• Overview of the legal requirements and responsibilities of healthcare workers under RIDDOR.

2. Key Definitions:
• Definitions of reportable injuries, diseases, and dangerous occurrences.
• Examples of incidents that should be reported.

3. Reporting Procedures:
• Step-by-step guide on how to report incidents under RIDDOR.
• Explanation of the different reporting methods available, such as online reporting, phone reporting, and written reports.
• Guidance on when and how to report incidents within the specified timeframes.

4. Reportable Injuries:
• Comprehensive list of injuries that must be reported, including examples specific to healthcare settings.
• Guidance on how to identify reportable injuries, such as fractures, amputations, and serious burns.

5. Reportable Diseases:
• List of occupational diseases that need to be reported, with a focus on diseases relevant to healthcare workers (e.g., work-related asthma, dermatitis).
• Explanation of the criteria for reporting diseases, including the required exposure and diagnosis information.

6. Dangerous Occurrences:
• Overview of dangerous occurrences that should be reported, such as the collapse of lifting equipment or the release of hazardous substances.
• Examples of dangerous occurrences that may occur in healthcare settings, such as gas leaks or incidents involving medical equipment.

7. Non-Reportable Incidents:
• Explanation of incidents that do not need to be reported under RIDDOR, including minor injuries and incidents that only require first aid treatment.
• Guidance on how to differentiate between reportable and non-reportable incidents.

8. Importance of Reporting:
• Discussion on the reasons why it is crucial to report incidents under RIDDOR.
• Explanation of how reporting helps in identifying trends, improving safety, and preventing future incidents.

9. Case Studies and Examples:
• Real-life case studies and examples related to healthcare settings, illustrating incidents that should be reported under RIDDOR.


The learning outcomes are:

1. Understanding the purpose and importance of RIDDOR in healthcare settings.
2. Familiarity with the legal requirements and responsibilities of healthcare workers under RIDDOR.
3. Ability to identify reportable injuries, diseases, and dangerous occurrences in a healthcare setting.
4. Knowledge of the reporting procedures and methods for incidents under RIDDOR.
5. Competence in accurately completing and submitting RIDDOR reports within the specified timeframes.
6. Awareness of the potential consequences of not reporting incidents under RIDDOR.
7. Understanding the role of RIDDOR reporting in improving safety and preventing future incidents.
8. Ability to differentiate between reportable and non-reportable incidents.
9. Application of RIDDOR reporting requirements to real-life scenarios in healthcare settings.
10. Confidence in reporting incidents and understanding the support available for healthcare workers in the reporting process

We hope you find this module informative and beneficial for your professional development in RIDDOR online training module.

If you need more information about this course, please contact Train Healthcare directly at 0208 3266 704 or email contact@trainhealthcare.com.
Please note that refunds are not available for online training purchases.

Nursing and Midwife Council's (CPD Points).

Requirements:
It is necessary to complete 35 hours (35 Nursing CPD Points) of relevant CPD within the three-year period since your last registration renewal or since joining the register.
Of these 35 hours (35 Nursing CPD Points), a minimum of 20 hours (20 Nursing CPD Points), should be dedicated to participatory learning, which involves engaging in activities that facilitate interaction with other professionals.