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Workplace Incident Report Template
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Workplace Incident Report Template

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What's in it?

This workplace incident report template contains the essential elements to record in order to prevent an incident from reoccurring in your company.

Frequently Asked Questions.

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How to Write a Work Incident Report?

A work incident report must include all information that will help better understand what happened.

A complete incident report typically includes the following information:

  • Identification of the reportee;
  • Type of incident:
  • Location:
  • Date and time;
  • List of people directly involved and witnesses;
  • Detailed description of the incident;
  • Potential causes of the incident;
  • Photos or any other relevant documents;
  • Corrective actions;
  • Signature of every person involved (employees, witnesses, clients, supervisors, etc.)

What Is the Difference Between an Incident and an Accident?

An accident is an unexpected event that causes damages, injuries, or illnesses.

An incident is an unexpected event that does not cause damages, injuries, or illnesses, but could recur and have negative consequences.

Why Fill Out Incident Report Forms?

Filling out an incident report form is important in order to fully understand the causes of a given incident so as to prevent future accidents. Without such reports, taking corrective actions and monitoring the situation becomes more difficult.

When to Fill Out Incident Report Forms?

Incident report forms must be filled out quickly after an incident to collect as much information as possible.

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