If you have been injured in an accident at work, you may have concerns about health and safety regulations. One of the questions most frequently asked is:
Am I obliged to report my accident to the Health and Safety Authority?
If you are injured in your workplace and you cannot perform your normal work for more than 3 consecutive days (not including the day of the accident) due to the injuries which you’ve sustained the accident which caused your injuries must be reported to the Health and Safety Authority (HSA) by law.
Similarly, any road traffic or vehicle accidents involving employees are reportable if a person was injured while driving or riding in the vehicle in the course of work and they cannot perform their normal work for more than 3 consecutive days.
You can report accidents online by visiting the HSA’s website at www.hsa.ie.
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