Accident Investigation | Training Materials | Powerpoint Slide
Originally published: 19/07/2021 11:42
Publication number: ELQ-21740-1
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Accident Investigation | Training Materials | Powerpoint Slide

Training Resource on Accident Investigation

Description
This is a comprehensive training material for facilitating accident investigation training of workers. The training topic details the importance of accident investigation, how to talk to witnesses, what questions to ask when evaluating an accident scene, how to determine causal factors, and how to identify corrective actions.

Why is accident investigation training important? Workplace accidents occur every day, over a million are injured every year. These are staggering numbers, and something can be done about them. No matter what kind of accident you may be faced with at work, one of the most important things you can do after it happens is to investigate it and learn from the experience so it doesn’t happen again.

This program provides information on conducting accident or incident investigations of any persons involved in accident investigation.

When the training is completed, trainees will be able to:

Understand their role in the investigation process.
Gather facts.
Talk to witnesses.
Determine causal factors.
Identify corrective actions.


Content of training resource:

PowerPoint Slide
Trainer’s Guide
Speaker’s Note
Quiz
Exercise 1
Exercise 2
Handout
Attendance Sheet
Training Evaluation Form


Intended For:

Health and safety managers, officers, leaders, trainers, and anyone involved in health and safety training.

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