Module 6: Accident / Incident Investigation
DURATION: 8 Hours
PASSING GRADE: 80%
EXAM ATTEMPTS: 3
Instructor Led Training (Classroom / Webinar)
DURATION: 1 Day (8:30am – 4:30pm)
The learning objectives of this course are to:
- Recognize and use the seven steps in initial response to an accident.
- Collect evidence using the four P’s.
- Identify and use at least three methods of preserving position evidence.
- Use nine guidelines for effective interviewing.
- Identify the parts evidence at the scene of the accident.
- Identify the paper evidence contained in various records.
- Apply a five-part loss causation/problem solving model for analyzing evidence.
- Identify losses, contacts, immediate causes, basic causes and lack of control in the accident.
- Develop and categorize specific remedial actions as either “temporary” or “permanent”.
- Complete the appropriate information in an incident investigation report.
The second part of the day involves:
- Creating an effective critical incident plan utilizing the tools learned in the first session to equip staff with the tools they need to deal with the more critical incident situations
- Learn the importance of preparation and prevention:
review and practice the steps of response to a situation,
• control of the situation,
• working with outside agencies,
• incident investigation,
• returning to work, and lastly,
- Problem solving and practicing the investigation techniques taught are part of the activities. Upon completion the participant will be able to conduct an investigation by applying the loss causation model.
A Certificate of Achievement will be issued upon successful completion of the course exam.
This course is a:
- Mandatory course requirement for students pursuing the Qualified Health & Safety Officer (QHSO)™ designation.
- AASP recommended COR courses for OH&S Leaders.
To successfully complete the course, the learner has 3 attempts to achieve 80% or higher on the exam.
Online duration subject to student capabilities.
AASP will also accommodate in-house training sessions as requested (min 12 participants – max 25 participants / session).
Additional courses will be scheduled as needed.