This program is aimed at those who need to carry out incident or personal accident Investigations and provide written reports of the findings, in line with industry standards, health and safety legislation or company procedures. This course is designed according to international industry standards and good practice.
Hazards exist in all workplaces and in most situations there are effective measures in place to control them. However, incidents and accidents do occasionally occur – indicating that some of these controls are not as effective as they should be. It is often only a matter of chance whether an undesired event translates into a minor incident or costly accident. Indeed, incidents and accidents can be very expensive
-lost production, damage to equipment, compensation, increased insurance premiums as well as less tangible effects such as adverse effects on employee attitudes and public perception.
Learning lessons from incidents and accidents is vital to reduce losses to your business. In addition, regulatory authorities will take a very firm line if lessons could have been learned from previous incidents and accidents but weren’t.
- Course objectives
- Event reporting (difference between unsafe acts, Unsafe conditions, Near misses and accidents with examples)
- Scene response (Initial response with scenarios/practical exercises)
- Investigation kits (contents)
- Evidence checklists (Data collection)
- Witness statement (practical exercise)
- Employee statement (practical exercise)
- Interview checklists (practical exercise of interviewing the victims and witnesses)
- Investigation work book
- Job Hazard analysis
- Identification of immediate and root causes
- Causes and corrections
- Partridge Video ( Accident in gas Plant/practical exercise of investigating the accident)
- SCAT (Systemic cause analysis techniques/data analysis, findings the deficiencies in MS and creating SMART actions)
- Course Evaluation
The benefits arising from this workshop include:
- Why it is important to investigate incidents
- Making the initial response to the
- Selecting an appropriate level of
- Choosing who should investigate
- Collecting information and evidence
- Analyzing the evidence and other
- Identifying the immediate and underlying
- Making recommendations to prevent
Participants will gain essential knowledge and skills through: Theory Session
- Dynamic & highly engaging presentation, Interactive and fun
- Attention-grabbing audio-visual aids, real scene photographs, video clips, multimedia
- Hands-on experience
The workshop is ideal for supervisors and managers who need to develop their skills to be able to investigate accidents and incidents effectively.
The program is also suitable for safety representatives, safety professionals and senior managers who need to increase their understanding of good practice in this area.