General Induction Training
ACCIDENT AND INJURY REPORTING
If someone is injured at work, then providing them with immediate assistance is of the utmost importance. However you should only administer assistance to the level you have been trained, (e.g. If you have received first aid training), and ONLY if you feel competent and it is safe to do so.
All employees must report to their supervisor as soon as practicable any injury or harm to themselves or any other person in the workplace and any potential serious occurrence that in the course of or in connection with their work any situation they believe is a hazard in the workplace. Accurate and prompt reporting of injuries, serious occurrences and hazards is fundamental to maintaining a safe and healthy workplace.
However, it is essential that all accidents, incidents and identified hazards are reported to Employ Me Representatives as soon as possible.
Some serious incidents are required to be notified to WorkSafe ACT. It is very important that the incident site not be disturbed in these circumstances because WorkSafe may need to conduct an investigation
Follow the link for more information about incident reporting.