Accident & Incident | Investigation Reporting
It is necessary to examine underlying factors in a chain of events that lead to an accident or incident. An investigation should be conducted by someone experienced in accident causation, experienced in investigative techniques, fully knowledgeable of the work processes, procedures, persons and environment of a particular situation.
Who Should Take This Course?Managers, Supervisors, Health & Safety Representatives and, JHSC worker and management members
- Health & Safety Representatives
- JHSC Worker Representatives (see JHSC Program)
- JHSC Management Representative (see JHSC Program)
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If a workplace accident results in an injury, or could have caused a serious injury, employers have certain responsibilities. Accident investigations help identify root causes and hazards, while finding ways to prevent similar incidents from happening in the future.
Even in the most seemingly straightforward accidents, seldom if ever, is there only a single cause. An investigation should be conducted by someone experienced in accident causation, experienced in investigative techniques, fully knowledgeable of the work processes, procedures, persons and the environment of a particular situation.
This in-depth course teaches participants to examine underlying factors in a chain of events that result in an accident or incident.
Length: 3 hours
Individual Price: $175
Groups of 3-5 Discount: 10%
Groups of 6-9 Discount: 15% or Contact Us For Special In-House Training Rates
**Minimum of 6 participants for this course to run**
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Course MaterialThis course covers every aspect of accident investigations including:
- Definition of an Accident
- Definition of an Incident
- Root Cause Analysis
- The Five Why’s
- What an Investigation Kit should include
- Internal Accident Investigation
- How to Investigate
- Steps in the Investigation
- External Accident Investigation
- Death or Critical Injury
- Securing the Scene
- Notice of Accident Reports
- MOL Powers
- Ensuring Compliance
- Emergency Response Procedures
For information on in-house training options or for groups larger than 6, please contact us.
CANCELLATION POLICY: Cancellations received less than 5 business days prior to a course start date will not be refunded. Workplace Safety Group reserves the right to cancel or reschedule a training session. A $25.00 Administration Fee will apply to all customer requested cancellations.