Incident Investigation and Root Cause Training

(1 or 2 Day)


Who should enroll: Safety practitioners who wish to learn more about investigation techniques and root cause analysis. Supervisors who must oversee investigations and corrective actions. Managers who must review incident investigations reports. Anyone looking to gain an understanding of how investigations should be conducted and how they should fit into the company Health and Safety System or Strategy.

The course: Part one covers investigation and reporting, most common loss causation models, and six phases of incident investigation. Attendees will learn to effectively investigate incidents and generate necessary reports. Supervisors and managers will gain insight into the process to allow them to effectively review investigation reports to determine their validity.

Part two will cover root cause analysis utilizing the most commonly used loss causation model (Bird/DNV) and the associated Systematic Cause Analysis Technique.

Attendees will learn both theory and through practical exercises, based on real incidents. The course will deliver a working knowledge of incident causation and root cause analysis.

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