Incident Investigation

Duration

1 Day (6-8 hours)
Classroom and Practical

Class Size

8-16 participants
Auditorium available for large groups

Delivery

Classroom and Online

questions about training delivery?

Contact our Training Manager for customized course delivery options.

Dana Johnson
MBTI Training Manager

Course Description

Together with our Training Partner Safety Services Manitoba this course is designed as a necessary learning topic for committee members as part of fulfilling their duties. This course will also benefit employers, supervisors of workers, and employees who may be working with the safety committee.

This course will go into great detail on how to conduct an incident investigation at your workplace. It includes techniques for information gathering and scene preservation, how to interview witnesses and preparing the report. The most important part of the investigation process is to determine root causes of incidents and how to prevent further incidents from occurring; this course will teach participants the fundamental methods for preventing repeat incidents in your workplace.

Learning Objectives

Benefits of an effective investigation

Difference between a “fact-finding” and a “fault-finding” investigation

Why we investigate incidents

When and what to investigate

Notifying local authorities for serious incidents

Legal requirements

Managing the scene

Incident investigation reports

How to use incident investigation to prevent similar incidents in the future

Practical

Mock incident investigation

Incident Investigation

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All certificates are issued directly to the participants online account.

MBTI Course Calendar

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questions about training delivery?

Contact our Training Manager for customized course delivery options.

Dana Johnson
MBTI Training Manager