Part of ongoing OHS management relies on reporting of incidents and accidents so that they can be investigated with a view to avoiding a reoccurrence. As a trainer/assessor, your responsibility is to make sure that any hazards you identify are reported, and that any incidents that occur are reported.
With hazard reporting, your responsibility will most likely end with reporting the hazard initially. You may be required to consult with the manager/owner of the workplace or learning environment to try and address the hazard and its associated risk, but in most cases this will not be part of your role.
Incident reporting is similar, in that your primary responsibility is to complete a report when an incident occurs. In an area outside of your own workplace, it is the responsibility of the manager/owner of the venue at which the incident occurred to provide you with a report document and instructions on how to complete it.
To see an example of an incident report form used at OLS, you can go to the OHS section of "Documents" here in the Training Room.
Please note that legislation and guidelines relating to incident reporting may differ in each State/Territory. More information can be found in the "Guide to Incident Notification and Reporting" published by Comcare.