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Incident Investigation

INVESTRAC Accident & Incident Investigation Training Material

R6,250.00

Present legal-compliance, non-credit bearing training with our customisable ‘Incident Investigation Training Material

With your order, you receive:

  • Facilitator Guides
  • Facilitator PowerPoints
  • Learner Guides
  • “Certificate of Attendance” template, etc.
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Course Content

  • Definitions, Terminology & Glossary – Essential Terms
  • History of Health & Safety
  • Consequences of the Problem
  • Management Systems – Symptoms vs Systems
  • Management Systems – Overview
  • Management System – Health & Safety
  • Management System – Health & Safety Investigations
  • Introduction to HIRA – Pre-Incident
  • Introduction to HIRA – Legal Requirement
  • Conducting a HIRA
  • Mitigating Hazards – Hierarchy of Control
  • Introduction to Occupational Health
  • Diseases – Symptom Manifestation
  • Sources of Health Hazards
  • Sources of Safety Hazards
  • Safety vs Security
  • Sect 24 – Incident vs Accident
  • Structure of the Act
  • Regulations
  • Introduction to Standards
  • Organisational Structure
  • Health & Safety Committee Structure
  • Duties of H&S Committee
  • Committee Meeting & Minutes
  • Documents & Records
  • Employer’s Duties to Employees [Sect 8]
  • Inform H&S Reps of investigations or inquiries [Sect 13]
  • Functions of Health & Safety Representatives [Sect 18]
  • H&S Committee to Discuss Workplace Incidents [Sect 20]
  • H&S Committee meetings & Records [GAR 5]
  • Report Incidents to the Inspector [Sect 24]
  • Victimisation Forbidden [Sect 26]
  • Report Incidents & Diseases [GAR 8]
  • Reporting of Risk & Emergency Occurrences [MHIR 7]
  • Report Incidents to Employer [Sect 14]
  • Employees Report Injuries – [GSR 3 (7)]
  • Proof of Certain Facts
  • Employers Recording & Investigation of Incidents [GAR 9]
  • Incident Case Study
  • Disturbing Incident Site / Scene [Sect 24]
  • Consequences – Offences, penalties & special orders of court [Sect 38]
  • Offences & Penalties [GAR 12]
  • Witness at DEL Inquiry [GAR 10 (9)]
  • Investigations by Inspectors [Sect 31]
  • Formal inquiries by Inspectors [Sect 32]
  • Joint inquiries by Inspectors [Sect 33]
  • Obstruction of investigation or inquiry [Sect 34]
  • Reporting – Purpose
  • Reporting – Incident Types
  • Reporting – Investigating Old incidents
  • Reporting – Guidelines
  • Reporting – Danger of Zero Incidents Programs
  • Reporting – Immediate Report / Response
  • Reporting – Victimisation of Employees
  • Reporting – Why Employees Do Not Report
  • Legal Report Forms
  • Annexure 1
  • Possible Fraudulent Reports
  • Causes of Incidents – Introduction
  • Causal Chain – Domino Sequence
  • Causes – Domino 1 [Lack of Control]
  • Causes – Domino 2 [Human & Work Factors]
  • Causes – Errors or Violation
  • Causes – Deliberate Criminal Violation
  • Causes – Domino 3 [Unsafe Acts & Unsafe Conditions]
  • Causes – Unsafe Acts
  • Causes – Unsafe Conditions
  • Causes – Domino 4 [Incident or Event]
  • Causes – Domino 5 [Consequences / Loss]
  • Consequences – Effect on Casualty
  • Consequences – Effect on Organisation
  • Consequences – Effect on Environment
  • Causes – Domino 6 [Cost of Incidents – Iceberg]
  • Cost of Incidents – Organisation
  • Cost of Incidents – Casualty
  • Introduction to Root Cause Analysis [RCA]
  • RCA – Determining the Cause
  • RCA – Benefits
  • RCA – Example
  • RCA – More Questions
  • RCA – The “Fault Tree” Cause & Effect Diagram
  • Example of Fault Tree Analysis
  • RCA – Management System Problems
  • Investigation – Reasons
  • Investigations – for Defense or Prosecution
  • Investigator – Appointment [GAR 9]
  • Investigation – Tools & Resources
  • Investigations – Overview
  • Investigations – Manage the Interview Meeting
  • Investigations – Interview Plan
  • Investigations – Question Types – Closed
  • Investigations – Question Types – Open
  • Investigations – Listening Skills
  • Investigations – Hearsay Evidence
  • Investigations – Concluding the Interview
  • Investigations – Purpose of Statements
  • Investigations – Statement Considerations – Practical
  • Investigations – Statement Considerations – Legal
  • Investigations – Witness Selection
  • Investigations – Witness Input
  • Investigations – Signatures
  • Incident Case Study – Continued
  • Investigation – 9 Steps
  • STEP 1 – Assemble the Team
  • STEP 2 – Visit the Scene
  • STEP 3 – Gather the Information
  • Re-enactment or Reconstruction
  • STEP 4 – Collect Evidence & Exhibits
  • STEP 5 – Interview & Take Statements
  • STEP 6 – Identify the Cause
  • STEP 7 – Make Recommendations
  • STEP 8 – Complete the Documentation / Record Keeping
  • STEP 9 – Develop & Implement the Corrective Action Plan
  • The One Minute Safety Manager Incident Investigation &
  • Recommendations
  • Definitions, Terminology & Glossary
  • Definitions, Terminology & Glossary – Common Terms
  • Template – Annexure 1
  • Template – Investigator Appointment Letter
  • Template – Investigation Case Study
  • Template – Statement of Incident

Methodology

Step 1 – Prepare

Customise to address your unique “Risk-Profile”. Add logo, SWPs, SDS, policies, procedures, photos, etc.

Step 2 – Print

Print unlimited quantity of Learner material. [All material to always reflect the publisher’s © copyright].

Step 3 – Present

Follow icon driven instructions. Experienced trainers can present the training with nominal preparation.

Key Benefits

  • Material suited to OHS Act & Regs requirements
  • Guaranteed plagiarisation-free content
  • Association with a recognized brand
  • Co-branding and use of INTRA Logo, trademarks
  • Cut course development time, effort, and cost
  • Dedicated and substantive research
  • Digital delivery of material
  • NQF Unit standard Alignment of certain Materials
  • Participation in webinars & online support
  • Right to customize the material to include your identity,
  • Photos, procedures, etc.
  • Right to modify material to suit the “Risk-Profile”
  • Right to reproduce unlimited Learner Workbooks

Unique Features

  • Reproduction Rights – You receive the material in a Word for Windows and PowerPoint format allowing legitimate unlimited reproduction of certain material(*) for profit or not if all such documents reflect the publisher’s copyright.
  • Capacity to Customise – Based on your risk profile, you have access to the author’s material, enabling modification and adaptation to suit your specific risk-based needs.
  • Ready to Run – All the material to present the programme/s is supplied in a comprehensive format, allowing immediate use. This material can also be included in other internal courses such as technical, supervisory, management, quality, and technical training.

Who is This Training Material Suitable For?

All employees, contractors and sub-contractors covered by the Occupational Health & Safety Act.

Which Industries is This Training Material Suitable For?

Commerce, Industry, Education, Hospitality, Government, Agriculture, etc.

The training material is generic by nature and is ideal for most organizations.

You add the specifics.

Delivery

The training material will be delivered to you in its entirety via Google Drive once payment has been received.

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