Incident Cause Analytics Method Training (ICAM Training)
ICAM is developed by BHP this is a systematic approach to incident investigation, finding Root Cause of incidents and accidents and having a process in place to ensure that the corrective actions undertaken are effective in the prevention of re-occurrence.
Our ICAM trainers from high risk steel and mining industries have vast experience in the use of ICAM as an investigation tool.
Experienced in the role of investigation leader, ICAM facilitator and trainer, our aim is to seek collaboration from workforce and managers to develop a safe workplace.
ICAM is a simple open and honest approach that properly used removes the smoke and mirror syndrome, engagement and buy in to investigation corrective actions is far more acceptable.
Incident Cause Analytics Method (ICAM training) courses (NZQA 17601 and 16686) 2 days
NZQA 17601 Produce an occupational health and safety incident investigation
NZQA 16686 Conduct an incident investigation at an extractive site.
ICAM Training Overview
- 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 Training Supplements
Trainees receive a course workbook, investigation aids, and certificate of completion. (Where required unit standards entered onto NZQA framework). Management receives course competency register; hard and soft copy, trainees entered into database.
ICAM Learning Techniques
Using ICAM model participants will work individually and in teams investigating actual and scenario based incidents, developing causation charts, and corrective actions.
Target Audience for the ICAM training
The ICAM training is a simplified step by step process; there is no requirement for participants to have investigation experience. Expecting leaders and supervisors to know how to carry out effective investigations with no training is setting them up to fail. Experience has shown this training works well with managers, supervisors and safety representatives from the same organization on the same course.
Key learning outcome of ICAM training (17601)
- Explain why workplace accidents need to be reported and investigated (Ex: hassle, fear, paper work, peer pressure, etc).
- Explain the concepts of multiple causation and root-cause analysis (Ex: immediate causes, underlying causes, link between immediate and underlying causes, etc).
- Detail an incident investigation process using a hypothetical incident (Ex: prevention of escalation, administering assistance, establishing and recording the events of the incident).
Key learning outcome of ICAM training (16686)
- Explain the concepts of multiple causation and root-cause analysis. (Ex: focus on management systems in incident investigation is explained in terms of preventing further incidents).
- Conduct an incident investigation at an extractive site. (Ex: focus on management systems in incident investigation is explained in terms of preventing further incidents).