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Hi all,

 

For many, many years we have been recording our incidents and accidents in simple triplicate copy small books which staff and parents sign. However these books constantly fall apart and I file them in date order in another folder. I now find out that all accidents recorded should remain in the book.

 

What sort of books do other settings use, I know that the psla have one but you have an entire page which can only be used for one child at a time and I don't know how many pages each book contains.

 

Please can somebody help?

 

Thanks

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Our accident forms are filed in an A4 ring binder with each child having their own section to promote confidentiality. I specifically asked Mrs O at our last inspection and she said it was fine - but that was in 2007!

 

Maz

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We made up a form and then got some duplicate books made up of this. I think it was about £9 for a book of 100 sets of form (A4) size. I can't remember the company but just found them through google - type in duplicate books. This is our form (as you will see it passes a striking resemblance tothe PLA one!!!!!) Zoe.

Accidentincident_form.doc

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I made an A5 accident book (my long arm stapler is a god send!) with a page per entry it fits nicely into the first aid pack an Ofsted where happy with it last year when they came

 

when a book is filled I make a new one!

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we too use ring binder and A4 sheets i made up

we also keep them in alphabetical order and they are also numbered so a check on how many accidents a child is having is kept on record

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