Introduction

Designed for those required to carry our investigations for managerial and legal requirements, maximising benefits for remedial action.

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Description

Course Objectives 

By the end of the course, delegates will have:

  • An appreciation of the legal reporting requirements.
  • A knowledge of the monitoring and recording systems required.
  • Understood the need for a structured investigate process.
  • Reviewed case studies relating to accidents and incidents in the workplace.
  • Prepared an action plan for the future.

Course Content

Company Procedures
General Procedures
Reporting Documentation
Procedural Responsibilities
Risk Assessments

Role & Responsibilities of Accident Investigators
Definition
Working to Company Procedures

Reporting Injuries Diseases, Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (RIDDOR)
Reporting of:
Accidents
Incidents
Dangerous Occurrences
Dangerous Exposures

Principles of Accident Investigation
Establish the facts
Determine the Cause
Recommend Corrective Action

Practical Exercise

Supervisory Accident InvestigationIsolation of Accident Area
Reporting to Management
Information Gathering
Writing of Initial Accident Report
The Power of Inspectors

Near Misses Investigation
Definition
Reporting
Investigation
Action               

Case Studies
Environmental
Machine
Chemical
Fire

Programme Monitoring
Review by Safety Committee & Representatives
Costs and Benefits

Future Personal Actions        

Course Duration: One Day

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