WHS

Conducting Effective Incident Investigations

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Course Summary

The course includes an introduction to best practice investigation procedures followed by a practical workshop where participants apply these procedures. Company investigation procedures will be referenced throughout the course.

The course will include training in:

  • Immediate response after an incident occurs.
  • Procedures for notifying key parties including incidents classified as Notifiable
  • Incidents in Tasmanian Work Health and Safety Regulations 2022.
  • Gathering facts about the incident.
  • Determining the basic causes of the incident.
  • Identifying root causes of the incident.
  • Recommending corrective actions to prevent recurrence.
  • Sharing lessons learned with all staff.
  • Applying investigation procedures and skills in a mock/practical investigation workshop where attendees are presented with real-world examples of incidents from the construction industry.

Scheduled Course Dates

This course is offered 'on demand' or has variable costs and delivery features. Contact the Training Provider for further information and to enrol.

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