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AOSH UK Accident Investigation2021-09-21T20:49:47+00:00

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AOSH UK Accident Investigation

To focus on techniques for gathering complete, accurate and objective accident data used to arrive at true root causes and determine corrective action.

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To focus on techniques for gathering complete, accurate and objective accident data used to arrive at true root causes and determine corrective action. To further examine and analyze data as a means of preventing injuries, property damage and financial losses.

Who should attend?

All levels of management, safety practitioners, safety committee members, and individuals responsible for investigating accidents (incidents).
You’ll learn to:

  • Employ effective investigation and interview techniques
  • Analyze accidents to identify “”true”” root causes
  • Describe human relations issues affecting accident reporting

Participants examine:

  • Incidents to investigate
  • On-site investigation process
  • Data to include in investigation reports
  • Witness interview techniques
  • Post action: hazard control measures and follow-up

Pre-Course Requirements: None

Certificate validity

AOSH UK Accident Investigation is valid for a period of three years.

Where can this course taken?

Through any AOSH UK approved training center (ATC)

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is an Accident Investigation?2021-09-21T20:47:50+00:00

Accident investigation is the scientific and academic analysis of the facts that occurred during an accident. An investigation is conducted to identify the root cause of an accident in an effort to make recommendations or take corrective actions to prevent the future occurrence of the same or a similar event.

Why accident investigation is required?2021-09-21T20:47:37+00:00

Incidents, including near misses, can tell you a lot about how things actually are in reality. An investigation can help you identify why the existing risk control measures failed and what improvements or additional measures are needed. It can: … improve the management of risk in the future.

What are the steps of accident investigation?2021-09-21T20:47:23+00:00

How to Conduct an Accident Investigation

Step 1: Assess the Injury. …
Step 2: Obtain Medical Treatment if Necessary. …
Step 3: Interview Injured Employee and Witness(es) …
Step 4: Observe Accident Scene and Analyze the Facts. …
Step 5: File a Workers’ Compensation Claim. …
Step 6: Follow Up. …
Step 7: Corrective Action.

What are the types of accident investigations?2021-09-21T20:46:30+00:00

The models used in accident investigation can typically be grouped into three types: sequential, epidemiological, and systemic models.

Who should do the accident investigation?2021-09-21T20:46:13+00:00

The investigation should be performed by one the following persons: The employer or user of machinery. A person appointed by the employer to investigate the incident. The health and safety representative of the work area.

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