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Incident Investigation Good Practices - in association with the Chemical Industries Association

When: Tue 26 Jan, 2021
Where: Virtual Learning Environment

Why attend?

Incident and near miss investigation is an important feedback loop for a company safety management system. Suitably detailed and robust investigations and subsequent follow-up can help prevent the same and / or other similar incidents re-occurring. Taking a step-by-step logical approach to incident investigation, along with use of a Root Cause Analysis (RCA)tool, allows a robustness and rigour to investigation reporting to be introduced.
The course will provide an overview of incident investigation good practices such as;

  • The importance of investigating.
  • Why you should ideally determine the level of investigation based on incident potential.
  • How understanding evidence types and use of a timeline and storyboard can assist the investigative process.
  • How to review and use evidence to support RCA and improve the robustness of investigations.
  • The importance of getting back to the underlying management system failings to provide wider benefits.
  • Why completing actions and sharing lessons learned is the most important part of the incident investigation process.

The incident investigation good practices training will be in the form of a one-day course consisting of presentations, workshop exercises and will provide learners with an understanding of good practices.

Date & Location

26th January 2021

9:30 – 16:00

Virtual Learning Environment

Agenda

  • 09:30 – Registration
  • 10:00 – The importance of investigating – Why you should ideally determine the level of investigation based on incident potential – Exercise.
  • 11:00 –  Break
  • 11:15  –  How a timeline and storyboard can assist the investigation process. – Exercise.
  • 12:30 –  Lunch
  • 13:00 –  How to review and use evidence to support root cause analysis and improve the robustness of investigations. –   The importance of getting back to the underlying management system failings to provider wide benefits. – Exercise.
  • 14:30 – Break
  • 14:45 – Why completing actions and sharing lessons learned is the most important part of the incident investigation process. – Exercise.
  • 15:45 – Q&A / Final Discussion.
  • 16:00 – Close

Who should attend?

This course has been designed for anyone in manufacturing companies who investigates incidents and near misses to increase their underpinning knowledge of good practices. This will include those who complete incident investigations or those who review and approve incident investigation reports. It is also appropriate for managers who have responsibility for the audit and review of the safety management system to understand good practices for incident and near miss investigation reporting.

For more information and to register, please visit the HFL website