Safety expert, Mr. Frank E. Bird, in his book, “The Property Damage Accident: The Neglected Part of Safety” revealed that with 600 near misses, or 30 cases of property damages, or 10 minor injuries, there will be one major accident. By preventing the recurrence of incidents, the probability of the occurrence of a major accident can thus be greatly reduced.
Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994, the Safety and Health Committee has been entrusted with the responsibility to conduct incident investigation. The objective is to ensure that incidents are prevented from recurrence. To achieve this, a systematic approach is required and this is just the course for you.
To provide knowledge and practical experience on:
• how incidents can occur
• how incidents are to be handled and investigated to prevent recurrence
• the reporting.
• What is incident
• Cause of incident
• Handling of incident
• Investigation procedure
• Root cause analysis
• Reporting of incidents
• OSH (NADOOPOD) regulations 2004
• Delegates will know the appropriate approach in handling and conducting incidents
• Understand how to apply root cause analysis to prevent recurrence.
This course is designed for safety officers, safety and health committee members, managers, supervisors, technicians and engineers involved in or with an interest in the safety and health function.
All Neville-Clarke tutors are full time consultants, auditors and trainers. The tutor assigned is always an experienced professional with practical application of the subject matter, who will be able to understand and meet the unique requirement of your industry.
This is a one day course running from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm.
HRDF Scheme : SBL Scheme