Senior Investigator Skills Training
Format: Classroom and practical hands-on
Duration: 2 days
Time: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Prerequisites: Numbered notebook (provided). Paper and ruler or computer to produce a scale drawing. Digital camera.
PPE Required: Safety Footwear, hi-vis vest and safety glasses.
This 2- day course provides participants with practical investigation skills training. In the event of a fatal or serious injury at a work site, the prime contractor or employer is required by legislation to carry out an investigation and produce a report. Many businesses are not aware of this requirement and do not have the systems or tools to carry out an investigation that will meet the legislative requirements and assist the business to avoid or defend the results of an OH&S investigation.
How Fatal and Serious Incidents Happen
The Investigation and Reporting Process
Statements and Interviews
Measurements and Drawings
Root Cause Analysis
Rules of Evidence
The Alberta Court System
Incident Scene Investigation – taking notes, photographs and measurements at a “mock” accident scene
Upon completion of the course you will:
Understand how serious or fatal incidents may be prevented
Understand the differences between corporate and OH&S investigations
Understand how to create a corporate response plan and to mitigate risks of prosecution should a serious or fatal accident occur
Understand the Alberta court system relating to OH&S legislation and basic rules of evidence
Understand techniques for taking notes, photographs, measurements and interview statements, obtaining and preserving physical evidence to standards that may be admissible as court evidence
Understand the employer or prime contractor’s duty to investigate a reportable accident or produce a reportPricing*
Non Members: N/A
*Prices do not include GST