Accident reporting and investigation are key to preventing accidents in the workplace. Beverly Coleman explains how focusing on these components can ensure that workplace accidents are reduced to a reasonably practicable level.

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According to Health and Safety Executive (HSE) statistics, over one million workers are injured or made ill by their work in Great Britain every year; the effects of which are felt by individuals, their families, employers, the Government and wider society.

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