An effective and systematic incident investigation program is a key driver to the continuous improvement of your health and safety program, policies. This course will examine the purpose and outcomes of an incident investigation. JHSC members, managers, supervisors or employees will learn how to determine the cause or causes of incidents, to identify any related unsafe conditions or acts, and to recommend corrective actions to prevent similar incidents.
The knowledge and skills acquired in Incident Investigation is applicable to all sized employers within BC’s manufacturing industry.
To help JHSC members, managers, supervisors or employees determine the cause or causes of incidents, to identify any related unsafe conditions or acts and to recommend corrective actions to prevent similar incidents.
Describe Occupational Health and Safety Regulations related to investigations.
Identify basic principles, responsibilities and processes for conducting effective investigations.
Describe the causes of incidents.
Explain the phases of the investigation process.
- Legal Requirements
- Written Program Requirements
- Basic Principles of Incident Investigation
- Causal Analysis
- Investigation Processes
Workplace Inspections recommended
Suggested Next Course(s)
- Hazard Identification & Control
- Workplace Inspections
Onsite 1 day
Open Classroom 1 day
Online 4 hours