Each day, workplace incidents harm people, property, quality, production and the environment. When an incident occurs, an occupational health and safety team must do everything in its power to determine what caused it and what could prevent it from happening again. An incident investigation is the most efficient way to find the cause and, in turn, control the hazard, preventing similar incidents and further harm.
This course will teach the methods for conducting effective investigations and the benefits of conducting one properly. The outcome will ensure you have understood the reasons the incident occurred and, therefore, greatly reducing the chance of a repeat occurrence.
- Why Incident Investigations Are Important
- Preparing for Incident Investigations
- Conducting an Incident Investigation
- Making Effective Recommendations
- Completing Reports and Following Up
Course Duration: 1 Day
To request a course for your company or for more information, please contact us.
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