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The International Labour Organization (ILO) estimates that each year there are more than 2.78 million deaths worldwide as a result of workplace incidents or work-related diseases. in addition to this it also estimates that there are 374 million non-fatal work-related injuries and illnesses per year. the harm caused to individuals and the financial cost to organisations due to injury and ill health is immense.
The health and safety regulator for Great Britain, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), estimates that annually there are approximately 31 million working days lost, and the cost to the British economy of workplace injuries and ill health is around £15 billion per annul.
It is, therefore, extremely important that organisations learn lessons from workplace incidents. The ultimate aim of an incident investigation is to prevent recurrence of the same incident or, indeed, a more serious incident happening in the future.
Some compliance obligations (eg, the health and safety management system ISO 45001) also state that incidents must be investigated and actions taken to prevent the incident from happening again.
However, over time, HSE Inspectors from the British regulator have observed that incident investigation, in some organisations, is not always carried our to the highest standard. The NEBOSH HSE Introduction to Incident Investigation aims to equip students with the Knowledge, understanding and skills to carry out a solo investigation of a non-complex workplace incident; students will also be able to contribute to team incident investigations for large-scale incidents.
Key Terminology: Incident, Near Miss, Dangerous Occurrence, Types of injury
Why do we investigate Accidents: Moral Legal and Financial arguments
ISO 45001 Management System requirements: ISO 45001 Requirements re Accident Investigation, The role of Regulators/Insurers, Cost of Accidents/Benefits of good Accident Investigation
Human and Organisational Factors: Conscious and unconscious actions
Investigations: What should be investigated, What makes a good investigation team
Incident Investigation Teams: Levels of Investigation, Who should be involved in the Investigation, What makes an investigation effective
The Four stage Incident Investigation Process: Gather the information, Analyse the Information, Risk control Measures, The Action Plan
Reasons for carrying out prompt interviews: PEACE interview techniques, Barriers to good interviews, Reluctant/Unwilling Interviewees, Cherry Picking Bias, Self-Serving Bias, fundamental Attribution Error
Introduction to Advanced Accident Investigation: Fault Tree Analysis, Event Tree Analysis, Course and Effect Analysis, Fish-bone diagram.
WHO WILL BENEFIT:
This course has been designed for Human Resources, Managers, Supervisors, Health & Safety Leaders, Finance and Marketing.
LANGUAGE: The course will be run in English.
COURSE PRESENTER: Mr Russell Prince of SETA Training UK
For more details please call Christina, or Elena on 25336449.
Look forward to seeing you there.