WHS

Fundamentals of Investigation & 5 Whys

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Course Summary

Students will be introduced to the fundamentals of undertaking an incident investigation into a low-level incident.

This will be done using the 7 step incident management process:

  1. Immediate Actions
  2. Investigation Planning
  3. Data Gathering- PEEPO and an Introduction to interview techniques
  4. Data Organisation- Introduction to developing timelines
  5. Data Analysis- 5 Whys process
  6. Recommend- Developing recommendations
  7. Report- Introduction to preparing and writing reports

Successful participants will learn how to assist in investigations under the leadership of a trained ICAM facilitator. Participants will also acquire the skills to independently investigate low-consequence equipment damage, injuries and production loss events. 

Choose this course to train key employees in the 5 Whys method, to investigate low-level incidents or to support an ICAM investigation.

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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