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Understand the importance of incident and investigation in day-to-day work
Even with all the health and safety training, precautions, preventative equipment, risk assessments and the like in the world, it is impossible to foresee and prevent every single eventuality. It may also be the case that certain actions were not performed correctly and were inadequate, or mistakes were made that should have been prevented.
Every year people are killed or injured at work. Over 5 million working days are lost annually through work-related accidents and illnesses.
This training gives organisations an opportunity to find out what went wrong. Learning the lessons and taking action may reduce, or even prevent, accidents in the future.
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- On completion of the course safety reps should be able to:
- 1. Comprehend the value of conducting investigations.
- 2. Conduct a full and meaningful investigation.
- 3. Understand the employers’ legal obligations.
- 4. Develop a local framework of workplace investigative procedures.
- 5. Feel more confident when dealing with HSE inspectors, police and solicitors.
- 6. Communicate more effectively with employers.
- 7. Recommend meaningful interventions to prevent a recurrence.
- 8. Understand the benefits of a no-blame culture
Experienced safety reps who’ve completed Managing
Health & Safety.
Stand-alone classroom-based accredited course
NQF Level 4 Aligned
As a step-by-step guide, it will help all organisations, particularly government institutions to carry out their own health and safety investigations. Investigating accidents and incidents explains why you need to carry out investigations and takes you through each step of the process.
To provide safety reps with the confidence to:
• Comprehend the value of conducting investigations.
• Conduct a full and meaningful investigation.
• Understand the employer’s legal obligations.
• Develop a local framework of workplace investigative procedures.
• Feel more confident when dealing with HSE inspectors, police and solicitors.
• Communicate more effectively with employers.
• Recommend meaningful interventions to prevent a recurrence.
• Understand the benefits of a no-blame culture
Section 1: Basics of Incident Investigation
Section 2: Initiating Investigations
Section 3: Gathering and Preserving Data
Section 4: Analysing Data
Section 5: Identifying Root Causes
Section 6: Developing Recommendations
Section 7: Completing the Investigation
Section 8: Selecting Incidents for Analysis
Section 9: Data and Results Trending
Section 10: Program Development
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