ICAM training will explain the step by step process, in a manner that all can understand. There is no requirements for participants to have investigation experience.

INCIDENT CAUSE ANALYSIS METHOD INVESTIGATION (ICAM) TRAINING - Lead Investigation Techniques 

NZQA 17601 - Produce an occupational health and safety incident investigation - Level 4, 6 Credits

ICAM was developed by BHP as a systematic approach to incident investigation, finding the Root Cause of incidents and accidents and having a process in place to ensure that corrective actions are undertaken and are effective in the prevention of re-occurrences.

They are experienced in the role of investigation leader, ICAM facilitator and/or trainer.  Our aim is to seek collaboration from workforce and managers to develop a safe workplace for all.

Course Overview: 

The ICAM training is a simplified step by step process; there is no requirement for participants to have investigation experience. This course is aimed at managers/supervisors/health and safety specialists and facilitators who will be conducting investigations into significant events and near misses. It has been proven to be an effective, helpful tool in the undertaking of a WorkSafe duty-holder review.

Trainees will learn the Incident Cause Analysis Model as the investigation method of choice for New Zealand’s largest companies when investigating significant events.  Based on the work of James Reason – known for the ‘Swiss Cheese’ or Cumulative Act model of accident causation – ICAM is a proven, effective and accessible investigation framework.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Purpose of Accident Investigation.
  • Legislative Requirements.
  • Notification to Authorities.
  • Barriers to incident reporting; methods to overcome them. (Individual/team)
  • Understanding the principles of ICAM.
  • Post Incident.
  • Data Collection at the scene.
  • The Investigation Team.
  • Using timelines as an investigation tool.
  • Witness interviewing (practical element).
  • Data Organisation.
  • Reason Incident Causation Model.
  • Development of the Causation Chart (Practise learnings; working in teams).
  • Analysis of findings, prioritisation of actions.
  • SMARTER Corrective Actions.
  • Reporting/Sharing Learnings.

ICAM - Lead Investigation Learning Techniques

Using the ICAM model participants will work individually and in teams to investigate actual and scenario based incidents, developing causation charts, and corrective actions.

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INCIDENT CAUSE ANALYSIS METHOD INVESTIGATION (ICAM) TRAINING - Lead Investigation Techniques 

NZQA 17601 - Produce an occupational health and safety incident investigation - Level 4, 6 Credits

ICAM was developed by BHP as a systematic approach to incident investigation, finding the Root Cause of incidents and accidents and having a process in place to ensure that corrective actions are undertaken and are effective in the prevention of re-occurrences.

They are experienced in the role of investigation leader, ICAM facilitator and/or trainer.  Our aim is to seek collaboration from workforce and managers to develop a safe workplace for all.

Course Overview: 

The ICAM training is a simplified step by step process; there is no requirement for participants to have investigation experience. This course is aimed at managers/supervisors/health and safety specialists and facilitators who will be conducting investigations into significant events and near misses. It has been proven to be an effective, helpful tool in the undertaking of a WorkSafe duty-holder review.

Trainees will learn the Incident Cause Analysis Model as the investigation method of choice for New Zealand’s largest companies when investigating significant events.  Based on the work of James Reason – known for the ‘Swiss Cheese’ or Cumulative Act model of accident causation – ICAM is a proven, effective and accessible investigation framework.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Purpose of Accident Investigation.
  • Legislative Requirements.
  • Notification to Authorities.
  • Barriers to incident reporting; methods to overcome them. (Individual/team)
  • Understanding the principles of ICAM.
  • Post Incident.
  • Data Collection at the scene.
  • The Investigation Team.
  • Using timelines as an investigation tool.
  • Witness interviewing (practical element).
  • Data Organisation.
  • Reason Incident Causation Model.
  • Development of the Causation Chart (Practise learnings; working in teams).
  • Analysis of findings, prioritisation of actions.
  • SMARTER Corrective Actions.
  • Reporting/Sharing Learnings.

ICAM - Lead Investigation Learning Techniques

Using the ICAM model participants will work individually and in teams to investigate actual and scenario based incidents, developing causation charts, and corrective actions.

Book Now

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