RIDDOR Training Course Overview
The RIDDOR Training course, also known as: Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations places a legal duty on employers, self-employed people as well as people in charge of premises.
The purpose of this course is to raise awareness of when individuals are required to report: work-related deaths, major injuries or over seven day injuries, work related diseases as well as dangerous occurrences. In addition, the RIDDOR course will help you understand the necessary requirements whilst at work.
- Know what RIDDOR stands for
- What is reportable
- Be aware of the various methods of reporting
- Be familiar with the roles as well as responsibilities
- 30 – 60 Minutes
Why the RIDDOR Training course?
Atom Training e-learning makes the most complex of subjects easier to digest through media as well as content-rich exercises that motivate and engage. What makes us different is that our e-learning courses uses:
- Interactive exercises/gaming
- Media-rich content
- Interactive scenarios
- Content provided by market leading experts
- Relevant photography and illustrations
- Multi-generational content and style
- And much more?
This course and assessment is based online.
After completing your assessment, the results will displayed immediately along with the option to print or request a print out of your certificate (further charges may apply).
We understand that you may not be happy with your results, no worries! You can resit the test for free within 12 months (since the date of purchase).
We understand that everyone may not have aces to a PC at all times, hence, you can study while on the go using a smart phone, tablet or laptop. Only you can decide how long you want to study for each sessions.
All our online courses follow the same guidelines and principles, it is discreet, cost effective and saves time! In addition, you can learn anywhere, 24/7/365!
Does the online course expire?
Although our online courses have no expiry date. After the online course has been provided to the candidate they will have 12 months to complete the course. After that they will receive their certificate!