First Aid Requirements and RIDDOR Training


This online training course has been created to help your organisation understand your first aid requirements. It also highlights what needs to be considered and reported under RIDDOR. 

This course aims to work towards compliance with current legislation, gain an understanding of your organisation’s health & safety requirements, and know exactly what must be reported.

Learning Outcomes

In this course you will learn:

  • The details of the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (RIDDOR) and your responsibilities for compliance, including which illnesses and injuries should and should not be reported.
  • How to identify your own health and safety requirements at work.

Course Contents

This course consists of two sections:

Section 1: health and safety requirements

This course is designed to help you understand the first aid requirements of your business, by assessing the levels of risk, types of potential hazard, and the number of people working in different areas. This section takes you through the process of determining your health and safety requirements, and the follow-up training that will need to take place.

Section 2: what is RIDDOR?

RIDDOR, or the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations, is a statutory instrument that requires the reporting of certain injuries or illnesses within the workplace. Section 2 of this course details the types of incidents that need to be recorded and how to do so thoroughly and accurately in order to comply with legislation.

About the Course


The First Aid Requirements & RIDDOR Training course explains the processes of assessing the health and safety requirements of your workplace and ensuring the appropriate training is provided. It provides actionable guidance on how to comply with RIDDOR, including which illnesses or injuries should be reported, who is responsible for doing so, and how it is done.

Offering practice-based information and advice, this course acts as a precursor to the practical training required to gain all-round skills and knowledge in this area.

Available in 31 languages, the course takes around 15 minutes to complete.


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