Please be advised that this course is run as an in-company course. The price shown is based on a maximum of 12 delegates attending the course. Trainer travel has not been included as this will vary depending on the distance that the trainer is required to travel to deliver the course. The price will also vary depending on the number of delegates attending the course. Please also note that there will be an additional charge should you want the course to be held on a weekend. Your final price will be calculated upon enquiry.
Duration: 1 day
There are basically 4 main reasons for conducting an incident investigation, they are:
- To establish the immediate and underlying cause of the incident.
- To prevent recurrence of a similar incident
- To comply with company and legal requirements
- To prevent further unsubstantiated claims
This course is intended to assist people whose job it may be to conduct an investigation.
Accidents very rarely happen as a result of a single cause. There are many factors that have to be considered for an investigation to be effective. Unfortunately, site investigations can be traumatic, especially if the incident has resulted in a fatality; at best there will be panic and confusion, people running around in a state of shock, physical evidence can be destroyed very quickly. The investigator still has to conduct an investigation
On completion of this course delegates will be able to:
- List the 4 reasons for conducting an Incident Investigation
- Explain the importance of Preparation and Planning
- Identify Emergency Response Plans
- Describe Preliminary Investigation Activities
- Conduct Witness Interviews
- Demonstrate Causation Identification and Evidence gathering