Incident Investigation Courses or Accident Investigation Training – Introduction (NZQA UNIT 17601)
LENGTH: 8 Hours
TIME: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
FEES: $250 + GST per Trainee
ACT Safety Ltd pride ourselves in our Incident Investigation Training. Not only do we train to a very high standard but we teach our trainees to find route cause and instigate preventive measures.
Our trainers of Incident Investigation course have many years of experience with incident investigations on the front line so they know the pitfalls and ways to overcome them. This Incident Investigation training covers the legal requirements and completion of DOL documentation, scene investigations, data collection and interviewing techniques. It gives the trainees a systematic approach to investigating incidents, enabling the root causes to be identified and develop SMARTER corrective actions. Trainees complete their company documentation, including incident investigation reporting and recording.
ACT Safety Ltd also offers an Independent Incident Investigation Service where we assist your company in the investigation of incidents or accidents.
This course is aimed at those who will be participating in accident/ incident investigations. It will give trainees the hands-on tools and knowledge to effectively report and investigate accidents. It also teaches trainees how to put in place the processes and procedures to prevent future events.
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.
Produce an occupational health and safety incident investigation – Introduction (NZQA 17601) 8 hours
Key learning outcomes of incident investigation training (NZQA 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).
Conduct an Incident Investigation at an Extraction Site (NZQA UNIT 16686): ONLINE
LENGTH: 16 Hours
TIME: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
FEES: $750 + GST per Trainee
Key learning outcomes of incident investigation training (16686)
- Explain the concepts of multiple causation and root-cause analysis (Ex: The need for focus on management systems in incident investigation is explained in terms of preventing further incidents)
- Conduct an incident investigation at an extractive site (Ex: prevention of escalation, administering assistance, isolation of the scene, establishing and recording the events of the incident, reporting the incident).