The Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1997, place a legal duty on:
People in control of premises;
To report work-related deaths, major injuries or over-three-day injuries*, work related diseases, and dangerous occurrences (near miss accidents).
Since 1 April 2013, employers have the option to report all work related incidents to HSENI, no matter who the relevant enforcing authority is for the business.
HSENI, in agreement with district councils, are now offering this new service, in the hope that it will make it easier for employers to report incidents at work. This is especially relevant where it is difficult for an employer to determine who their relevant enforcing authority is. HSENI will process all forms onto its RIDDOR database and, where applicable, forward on relevant forms to the appropriate district council to register and process in the normal way.
Although revised RIDDOR reporting requirements were introduced in Great Britain in 2012 and 2013, the position in Northern Ireland remains unchanged. Following a public consultation exercise it was been decided not to introduce similar changes in Northern Ireland. More detailed information is available here .
These NI2508 forms should only be used to report work-related accidents and dangerous occurrences as defined in the RIDDOR regulations.
Please see Riddor booklet for advice and guidance on these regulations. More detailed guidance is also available here. If you still need assistance please ring us on 0800 0320 121.
Reports of a Flammable Gas Incident or Dangerous Gas Fitting should be reported using RIDDOR forms NI2508G1 & G2 respectiveley which are only available in PDF format for download at present click the linked
text to download a copy.
You can download a hard copy of all the reporting forms from here or alternatively report online via the links below. Please note that the links below set a cookie on your computer.
The Health & Safety Executive for Northern Ireland (HSENI) has implemented technical and organisational security measures to guarantee the security of your personal information. Users’ personal information is stored in our secure network and access is restricted to employees.
In areas where you enter data we work with the “Secure Socket Layer” (SSL) standard encryption system. Please note that your browser must support encryption protection. You can find this, for example, in Internet Explorer version 3.0 or a higher version and most other browsers. Data is stored in databases which are protected against unauthorised access by security firewalls and software. Whenever your browser displays a closed padlock symbol at the bottom of the screen, or a similar icon/highlighted web address in a different browser, this indicates that your data is being transmitted in an encrypted format
If the SSL system is not available for technical reasons, an error page is displayed to ensure that under no circumstances can your data be transmitted without encryption.
In general, you do not need to provide personalised information to access our websites. Your personal data, for example your name, address, telephone number, email address, etc. are stored only if you provide us with this information in order to use one of the services on our website (e.g. reporting an injury or a dangerous occurrence). This data is then processed and used to perform the requested services. This personal data is not processed for any other purpose