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iAuditor is the world’s most powerful inspection app. Improve your incident reporting process by getting started with these free sample incident report templates. Try out a mobile inspection and customize your form. Preview the completed incident reports generated using iAuditor.

What is an incident report?

Organizations should use incident report forms as soon as an incident happens, no matter how big or small. This includes accidents, near-misses, and all events that result in an injury. When reporting internally, this may be as simple as recording details of the incident for future record, and may not require any additional actions to be taken.

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Incident Report Template

This is a general incident report template which can be used for all incidents including injuries, near misses, accidents and property or plant damage. It begins with information of the incident followed by details and causes of the incident. iAuditor allows you to capture photo evidence of the incident and injury and exact time and location of the incident. Click Download Template to signup for a free account and modify this template for your site or workplace needs.

Accident Injury Report Template

Use this accident injury report form to record accidents that have led to injured employees and persons in the workplace, on-site or in the field. It can be used by a supervisor to identify the root cause of an accident. Begin with recording information of the injured person, nature of the injury, contributing factors and recommended preventive actions. Record emergency services involvement (i.e. police, fire, paramedics), hospitalization information and witness statements. Capture photo evidence of the injury and environment and track the exact location of the accident being reported.

Near Miss Report

Use this near miss report form to capture a potential hazard or incident that has not resulted in any personal injury or property damage. It can be completed by anyone wishing to report a near miss. The report should capture whether the near miss was a result of an unsafe act, unsafe condition, unsafe equipment or unsafe use of equipment. Using iAuditor you can capture photo evidence with annotations of the surrounding environment or persons which led to the near miss being reported. A completed copy of the near miss report can be generated with iAuditor on-site and submitted to your relevant safety department.

Incident Investigation Report

This incident investigation template can be used to help conduct a root cause analysis following an incident or near miss at a worksite or workplace. Use this to help gather necessary facts and general background information of the incident. There is space to capture relevant environmental, equipment, system and people factors that may have contributed to the incident. Finally identify and record the relevant steps to take action to fix all the factors that contributed to the incident, starting with the primary cause/s and working through each of the contributing and underlying causes.

Fire Incident Report

Use this fire incident template for notification of any fire or fire related incidents. Example incidents include building and vehicle fires, premises evacuation, alarm activation, obstructed exit routes, premises evacuation or accidental fire notifications. There is space to record the building location, type of fire incident being reported, photo evidence of damage or obstruction and contact details of persons involved in the incident. It can be used by Health and Safety Department or Facilities Management divisions and the generated report can be shared with regulatory and fire departments. You can customize this template to suit your property specifications and include branding and logos.

Employee Incident Report

This template can be used by employees to report all work related injuries, illnesses or near miss events no matter how minor. It begins by recording employee information, details of the incident, where it happened, what happened and how it happened. Employees are asked to provide photo evidence and description of the injury and signature authorization for release of medical information. This helps to identify and correct hazards before they cause serious injuries. This can be completed by employees and reviewed by a supervisor as soon possible.