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Incident Investigation: Getting Started

Product Description

Help get a solid understanding of how to conduct a thorough incident investigation with the first in this four-part training series. You'll see the purpose and importance of the investigation and why it is imperative in helping to maintain a safer work environment. You'll hear about your role and responsibilities in investigating incidents and find out the eight steps in the incident investigation process.

Why Investigate:
Your priority is people and the reason for investigating is that you care about them and it's not acceptable for anyone to get hurt.

Benefits:
The biggest benefit is protecting and saving lives. By helping to prevent future incidents, you'll prevent disruptions to operations and productivity. You'll also avoid the significant costs of another incident.

Roles and Responsibilities:
Take responsibility and conduct a positive investigation aimed at protecting people and learning as much as possible from the incident.

Incident Investigation 8-Step Process:
One... make the initial response and complete an initial report.
Two... form an investigation team.
Three... determine the facts.
Four... determine all contributing factors.
Five... determine systems to be strengthened.
Six... recommend corrective and preventive actions.
Seven... document and communicate findings.
Eight... follow up.

Step 1: Make Initial Response and Report
Step 1 is a simple, but significant step. Swift response to the incident is vital - remember, people are your priority and taking care of them is number one.

Summary:
Incident investigation is not rocket science, but it does take some training, planning, and most importantly, an emphasis on people &#8211 protecting and caring for them.

Added features and benefits of DVD training include:

  • A customizable PowerPoint presentation
  • Informative training points and bonus material for refresher or training talks
  • Video-enriched training organized by learning objectives that facilitates discussion
  • A printable Leader's Guide
  • Resourceful web links to organizations such as OSHA, FEMA, NSC and the CDC, where viewers can download and print information on regulatory standards.

Help get a solid understanding of how to conduct a thorough incident investigation with the first in this four-part training series. You'll read about the purpose and importance of the investigation and why it is imperative in helping to maintain a safer work environment. You'll read about your role and responsibilities in investigating incidents and find out the eight steps in the incident investigation process.

Why Investigate:
Your priority is people and the reason for investigating is that you care about them and it's not acceptable for anyone to get hurt.

Benefits:
The biggest benefit is protecting and saving lives. By helping to prevent future incidents, you'll prevent disruptions to operations and productivity. You'll also avoid the significant costs of another incident.

Roles and Responsibilities:
Take responsibility and conduct a positive investigation aimed at protecting people and learning as much as possible from the incident.

Incident Investigation 8-Step Process:
One... make the initial response and complete an initial report.
Two... form an investigation team.
Three... determine the facts.
Four... determine all contributing factors.
Five... determine systems to be strengthened.
Six... recommend corrective and preventive actions.
Seven... document and communicate findings.
Eight... follow up.

Step 1: Make Initial Response and Report
Step 1 is a simple, but significant step. Swift response to the incident is vital -- remember, people are your priority and taking care of them is number one.

Summary:
Incident investigation is not rocket science, but it does take some training, planning, and most importantly, an emphasis on people -- protecting and caring for them.

Workbooks contain lesson introductions, a practice and application area, and lesson progress checks to measure students' learning.

Help get a solid understanding of how to conduct a thorough incident investigation with the first in this four-part training series. You'll see the purpose and importance of the investigation and why it is imperative in helping to maintain a safer work environment. You'll hear about your role and responsibilities in investigating incidents and find out the eight steps in the incident investigation process.

Why Investigate:
Your priority is people and the reason for investigating is that you care about them and it's not acceptable for anyone to get hurt.

Benefits:
The biggest benefit is protecting and saving lives. By helping to prevent future incidents, you'll prevent disruptions to operations and productivity. You'll also avoid the significant costs of another incident.

Roles and Responsibilities:
Take responsibility and conduct a positive investigation aimed at protecting people and learning as much as possible from the incident.

Incident Investigation 8-Step Process:
One... make the initial response and complete an initial report.
Two... form an investigation team.
Three... determine the facts.
Four... determine all contributing factors.
Five... determine systems to be strengthened.
Six... recommend corrective and preventive actions.
Seven... document and communicate findings.
Eight... follow up.

Step 1: Make Initial Response and Report
Step 1 is a simple, but significant step. Swift response to the incident is vital - remember, people are your priority and taking care of them is number one.

Summary:
Incident investigation is not rocket science, but it does take some training, planning, and most importantly, an emphasis on people &#8211 protecting and caring for them.

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