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Accident and incident reporting

Accident and Incident Reporting has changed. From 26 May 2015, all accidents and incidents must be reported directly onto a new web-based incident database.

Further information

The old SO2 Incident Report Form is now obsolete and should be withdrawn from use. All employees (or someone on their behalf) can report accidents and incidents without the need to log in to the system. All Heads and Business Managers have been provided with their personal logon for the new database so that they can process accident and incidents reports. Employees without PC/internet access may use a paper based ‘SO2 Incident Notification Form’ to initiate the reporting process.

Serious incidents must still be reported by telephone to the Corporate Health & Safety Team but there is no longer a need to send copies of forms through to the Corporate Health & Safety Team as they will receive automatic notification of any incidents reported. The new database will be maintained by the Health & Safety Team who will also provide advice and assistance as required.

Report an accident/incident

What is an incident?

This is any of the following:

  • Accident
  • Attack (including physical, verbal, threat, racial, sexual, or harassment)
  • Work related ill health
  • Contraction of specified diseases
  • Near miss
  • Arson

What needs to be reported?

Any Member of the Public (including pupils) who has an accident on LCC property

Any staff member who has an accident whilst at work

Any staff member who is attacked whilst at work

Any staff member who suffers work related ill health (i.e. work related stress, RSI, VWF, etc.)

Any staff member who contracts certain diseases specified in RIDDOR*

Any instance of fire damage to LCC property

* Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations

Please consider the environment.