There’s a link to the online reporting tool, along with our Health & Safety Policy, on the Help & advice page on the portal

Our online reporting tool should be used to report all work or study related incidents, including:

  • Injury, illness, non-injury including near miss, property damage, environmental and road traffic accidents,
  • Threatening behaviour or physical abuse,
  • Security, including theft, loss and trespass,
  • Fire and/or fire alarms,
  • Safeguarding concerns.

Prompt reporting allows for effective investigations to take place.  If you have any questions please contact the


Please note: If the affected person is unable to submit the report themselves, someone else should do this on their behalf once it is safe to do so.  

What happens when you report an accident or incident

Once a report has been submitted it is allocated to the appropriate person for investigation and to identify any remedial actions. Health & Safety Unit must report certain accidents to the Health and Safety Executive within specified time limits, so it is essential you inform them immediately of any accidents which cause serious injuries or absence.