What is a First Aid Log Report?
A First Aid Log Report is a document detailing any illness or injury that occurs in the workplace. It includes details including the date of the event, date reported, names of those involved, and information about what occurred and how it was treated.
What is the purpose of a First Aid Log Report?
A First Aid Log Report helps keep all information about workplace injury or illness in one place. Having detailed information about any occurrences in your workplace can help you address safety concerns before they lead to more occurrences. The logs also help ensure the safety of your workers and help keep you in compliance with safety requirements.
Why do I need a First Aid Log Report?
Employers are required to create and maintain an accurate written record of all work-related occurrences of illness and injuries that workers experience while at work.
How do I use a First Aid Log Report?
The first aid log is to be filled out anytime there is an injury or illness at work. Keep the forms printed and accessible to your employees, supervisors, and those deemed First Aiders. Filled forms should be managed by a person designated to keep the first aid records by the employer and must ensure the information is kept confidential.
The following provides a listing of sample templates, documents, articles and other resources to help you in carrying out your duties and managing your worksite. It is expected that the documents will be amended to suit the styles, needs and circumstances of the individual, or company, involved. These resources are not intended to replace an individual’s, or a company’s, professional and skillful judgement. Each template, document and article and other resource should be assessed within the context of the individual’s, or company’s own day-to-day operation. Individuals and companies must exercise proper judgment respecting the correctness and applicability of the material. Hard Hat Hunter accepts no responsibility for any errors or omissions, and expressly disclaims any such responsibility.