Accident and Incident Investigation Training
Identify the root causes of accidents with RoSPA's accident investigation training.
Our accident and incident investigation training will give you a broad understanding of the accident investigation process, looking at the benefits of accident prevention and putting the emphasis on practical training exercises and real-life case studies.
- This one-day course will provide delegates with a broad understanding of the principles and practice of accident investigation
- Training is suitable for line managers, supervisors, safety representatives – and anyone with the responsibility for investigating accidents
- It will enable organisations to meet their moral and legal obligations to investigate accidents and incidents and learn from safety failure
- RoSPA carries out accident investigation training at venues in Birmingham, Edinburgh and County Down
- Also available within your own company, our training can be tailored to your individual requirements and processes – a cheaper way of training more people
- The course fee includes all accident investigation training materials, lunch and refreshments.
Discounts are available for RoSPA Members.
RoSPA's accident investigation training course will help to ensure that your organisation complies with relevant legislation, including RIDDOR (2013).
Topics covered include:
- Principles of accident investigation
- Benefits of accident prevention
- Basic concepts of human factors
- Accident reporting and scope of investigation
- Accident investigation techniques
- Stages of accident investigation
- Practical exercises and case study.
There is no formal assessment for this course. Delegates who successfully complete the accident investigation training in full will receive a RoSPA certificate of training.
This one-day accident and incident investigation training course is also available as an in-company option. This enables you to train a number of employees easily and cost-effectively, and our trainers can tailor the course to your specific business requirements. Please call us on 0121 248 2233 for more details.
All prices are subject to VAT.
- RoSPA has remained an instrumental force in every piece of UK safety legislation for almost 100 years and continues to set the standard in training health and safety professionals
- RoSPA runs this accident investigation training course as an in-house option, enabling businesses to train more employees and tailor the course to specific requirements
- We also run a suite of practical risk assessment training courses including COSHH, DSE, fire risk assessment and Managing Occupational Road Risk (MORR™) training
- Expert tuition with a practical emphasis is provided by our professional CMIOSH-qualified trainers, many of whom hold a City & Guilds teaching qualification
- We equip delegates with practical skills they can put to good use as soon as they get back to work
- We support those seeking a career in health and safety, offering an introduction to health and safety for beginners, a suite of IOSH courses and the NEBOSH Certificate for those wanting to progress
- Experience developing and delivering training courses means we understand what businesses really need from health and safety training
- Courses are run by trainers who are also accident investigation consultants, so they practise what they preach on a regular basis
- Custom training materials are developed in-house to ensure quality and flexibility
- Written situations are brought to life through enjoyable practical exercises
- We are committed to continuous improvement, holding BS EN ISO9001:2000 certification in our training operation.
Our accident investigation training course allows organisations to cut their costs without cutting corners or compromising on safety. If you need to make a business case for safety training, we've outlined the key reasons why this occupational safety course is good for business.
- This course has been designed to help businesses to comply with legislation including the (RIDDOR) Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013
- Your business will benefit from improved accident and incident analysis and reporting, helping to identify root causes
- Undertaking accident investigation training makes sound commercial sense, helping to guard against future incidents
- Companies undertaking proper accident investigations experience a reduction in incidents
- The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) estimates that the ratio between insured and uninsured costs arising from accidents lies in the range of 1:8 to 1:36. So in the worst case, for every £100 recovered from the insurer, the business loses about £3,600
- RoSPA's in-company option will bring this course to you, enabling you to train more employees at once, saving time and money on travel and accommodation
- Our in-company accident investigation course can be tailored to specific requirements, ensuring that everything delegates learn is relevant to your business needs
- Employees who attend this course will make positive contributions to the continuous improvement of health and safety at work
- Delegates will return to work able to make practical improvements to workplace safety
- Build stakeholder confidence in health and safety best practice, reinforcing a culture of honesty, openness and confidence and promoting a mature approach to learning from accidents and incidents
- Ensure employee compliance with health and safety policies as well as legal requirements
- Qualified safety professionals are an asset to their organisations, reducing costs by preventing accidents and ill health of employees, without incurring unnecessary expense by over-reacting to trivial risks.
More and more organisations are now using an in-house approach to deliver training to their colleagues. RoSPA is one of the UK's main providers of in-company safety training and can deliver existing courses, adapt a course to meet your requirements or create a course specifically for you.
RoSPA can even carry out a training needs analysis and map out exactly what training your staff need at all levels within the business. You can view our full range of In-company Training courses by looking at our In-company Training page.
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