No one wants to have an accident on the job site or in the workplace.
We have investigated many accidents that could have been prevented, so we can help you through the process whether it is training or helping you complete the investigation.
All training is accordance with OSHA 1960.29 - Accident investigation and ER 385-1-99, USACE Accident Investigation and Reporting.
|Incident vs. Accident vs. Near Miss|
|The importance of investigating an incident|
|Best practices for information gathering|
|How to analyzing incidents to identify root causes|
|How to use effective investigation and interviewing techniques|
|Hazard Identification System||Develop a Written Incident Investigation Plan|
OSHA strongly encourages employers to investigate all incidents in which a worker was hurt, as well as close calls ("near misses"), where a worker might have been hurt if the circumstances had been slightly different.
In the past, the term "accident" was often used when referring to an unplanned, unwanted event. To many, "accident" suggests an event that was random, and could not have been prevented. Since nearly all work site fatalities, injuries, and illnesses are preventable, OSHA suggests using the term "Incident" Investigation.
All employees should be trained to follow safe work practices. All employees should also be trained to be a part of an investigative team.
Incident investigations are often conducted by a supervisor, but to be most effective, these investigations should include managers and employees working together, since each bring different level of knowledge, understanding and perspectives to the investigation.
Participants will receive a workbook and handouts.
Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion upon successful completion of the course.
We also conduct On Site Training and Live On LineTraining.