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Incident Investigation Kit (INVESTRAC)

Accident & Incident Investigation
Saiosh CPD Accredited Legal Compliance Training

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INCIDENT INVESTIGATION TRAINER'S KIT CONTENT

★ © Facilitator Guide (.docx)
★ © Learner Guide (.docx)
★ © Facilitator Visuals (.pptx)

★ Right to Reproduce Learner Guides
★ Course Material & Forms (.docx)
★ Certificate Template Merge (.docx & .xlsx)
User Orientation

INCIDENT INVESTIGATION ACCREDITATION / ALIGNMENT

Saiosh CPD Accreditation Certificate - INCIDENT INVESTIGATION
Duration: 14 -18 hours

BASED ON UNIT STANDARD

Title: Conduct an investigation into workplace incidents
Unit Standard:  120335
Credits: 5
NQF Level: 3

INCIDENT INVESTIGATION COURSE CONTENT

 

Part 1 - Introduction to Course
Part 2 - Introduction To OH&S Management
Part 3 - Legal Requirements
Part 4 - Extracts from OH&S Act & Regulations
Part 5 - Legal Requirement - Reporting Incidents
Part 6 - Recording and Investigation of Incidents
Part 7 - DoL Inquiries & Investigations
Part 8 - Reporting Incidents
Part 9 - Documents and Records
Part 10 - Causes of Incidents
Part 11 - Root Cause Analysis
Part 12 - Investigation – Preparation
Part 13 - Investigations - Conducting Interviews
Part 14 - Investigations - Taking Statements
Part 15 - The Investigation - 9 Steps
Part 16 -Learner Exercise – Practical

 

Must be customized to suit your organisation's Assessed Risk Profile

[Train the Risk Assessors with the HIRA Trainer's Kit]

 

Part 1 - Introduction to Course

 

Part 2 - Introduction To OH&S Management

 

★ Definitions, Terminology & Glossary - Essential Terms

★ History of Health and Safety

★ Consequences of the Problem

★ Management Systems - Symptoms vs Systems

★ Management Systems - Overview

★ Management System - Health and Safety

★ Management System - Health and Safety Investigations

★ Introduction to HIRA - Pre-Incident

★ Introduction to HIRA - Legal Requirement

★ Conducting a HIRA

★ Mitigating Hazards - Hierarchy of Control

★ Introduction to Occupational Health

★ Diseases - Symptom Manifestation

★ Sources of Health Hazards

★ Sources of Safety Hazards

★ Safety vs Security

★ [Train the Managers and Supervisors with the SUPERTRAC Trainer's Kit]

 

Part 3 - Legal Requirements

 

★ Sect 24 - Incident vs Accident

★ Structure of the Act

★ Regulations

★ Introduction to Standards

★ Organisational Structure

★ Health and Safety Committee Structure

★ Duties of H&S Committee

★ Committee Meeting & Minutes

★ Documents & Records

★ [Train the Incident Investigators with the Occupational Health and Safety Trainer's Kit]

 

Part 4 - Extracts from OH&S Act & Regulations

 

★ Employer’s Duties to Employees [Sect 8]

★ Inform H&S Reps of investigations or inquiries [Sect 13]

★ Functions of Health and Safety Representatives [Sect 18]

★ H&S Committee to Discuss Workplace Incidents [Sect 20]

★ H&S Committee meetings & Records [GAR 5]

 

Part 5 - Legal Requirement - Reporting Incidents

 

★ Report Incidents to the Inspector [Sect 24]

★ Victimisation Forbidden [Sect 26]

★ Report Incidents & Diseases [GAR 8]

★ Reporting of Risk & Emergency Occurrences [MHIR 7]

★ Report Incidents to Employer [Sect 14]

★ Employees Report Injuries - [GSR 3 (7)]

★ Proof of Certain Facts

Part 6 - Recording and Investigation of Incidents

 

★ Employers Recording & Investigation of Incidents [GAR 9]

★ Incident Case Study

★ Disturbing Incident Site / Scene [Sect 24]

★ Consequences - Offences, penalties & special orders of court [Sect 38]

★ Offences & Penalties [GAR 12]

 

Part 7 - DoL Inquiries & Investigations

 

★ Witness at DoL Inquiry [GAR 10 (9)]

★ Investigations by Inspectors [Sect 31]

★ Formal inquiries by Inspectors [Sect 32]

★ Joint inquiries by Inspectors [Sect 33]

★ Obstruction of investigation or inquiry [Sect 34]

 

Part 8 - Reporting Incidents

 

★ Reporting - Purpose

★ Reporting - Incident Types

★ Reporting - Investigating Old incidents

★ Reporting - Guidelines

★ Reporting - Danger of Zero Incidents Programs

★ Reporting - Immediate Report / Response

★ Reporting - Victimisation of Employees

★ Reporting - Why Employees Do Not Report

 

Part 9 - Documents and Records

 

★ Legal Report Forms

★ Annexure 1

★ Possible Fraudulent Reports

 

Part 10 - Causes of Incidents

 

★ Causes of Incidents - Introduction

★ Causal Chain - Domino Sequence

★ Causes - Domino 1 [Lack of Control]

★ Causes - Domino 2 [Human & Work Factors]

★ Causes - Errors or Violation

★ Causes - Deliberate Criminal Violation

★ Causes - Domino 3 [Unsafe Acts & Unsafe Conditions]

★ Causes - Unsafe Acts

★ Causes - Unsafe Conditions

★ Causes - Domino 4 [Incident or Event]

★ Causes - Domino 5 [Consequences / Loss]

★ Consequences - Effect on Casualty

★ Consequences - Effect on Organisation

★ Consequences - Effect on Environment

★ Causes - Domino 6 [Cost of Incidents - Iceberg]

★ Cost of Incidents - Organisation

★ Cost of Incidents - Casualty

 

Part 11 - Root Cause Analysis

 

★ Introduction to Root Cause Analysis [RCA]

★ RCA - Determining the Cause

★ RCA - Benefits

★ RCA - Example

★ RCA - More Questions

★ RCA - The “Fault Tree” Cause & Effect Diagram

★ Example of Fault Tree Analysis

★ RCA - Management System Problems

 

Part 12 - Investigation – Preparation

 

★ Investigation - Reasons

★ Investigations - for Defense or Prosecution

★ Investigator - Appointment [GAR 9]

★ Investigation - Tools & Resources

 

Part 13 - Investigations - Conducting Interviews

 

★ Investigations - Overview

★ Investigations - Manage the Interview Meeting

★ Investigations - Interview Plan

★ Investigations - Question Types - Closed

★ Investigations - Question Types - Open

★ Investigations - Listening Skills

★ Investigations - Hearsay Evidence

★ Investigations - Concluding the Interview

 

Part 14 - Investigations - Taking Statements

 

★ Investigations - Purpose of Statements

★ Investigations - Statement Considerations - Practical

★ Investigations - Statement Considerations - Legal

★ Investigations - Witness Selection

★ Investigations - Witness Input

★ Investigations - Signatures

★ Incident Case Study - Continued

 

Part 15 - The Investigation - 9 Steps

 

★ Investigation - 9 Steps

★ STEP 1 - Assemble the Team

★ STEP 2 - Visit the Scene

★ STEP 3 - Gather the Information

★ Re-enactment or Reconstruction

★ STEP 4 - Collect Evidence & Exhibits

★ STEP 5 - Interview & Take Statements

★ STEP 6 - Identify the Cause

★ STEP 7 - Make Recommendations

★ STEP 8 - Complete the Documentation / Record Keeping

★ STEP 9 - Develop & Implement the Corrective Action Plan

 

Part 16 -Learner Exercise – Practical

 

★ The One Minute Safety Manager Incident Investigation & Recommendations

★ Definitions, Terminology & Glossary

★ Definitions, Terminology & Glossary - Common Terms

★ Template - Annexure 1

★ Template - Investigator Appointment Letter

★ Template - Investigation Case Study

★ Template - Statement of Incident

 

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