The Incident Cause Analysis Method.
Owing to the evolving situation with COVID-19 this training is POSTPONED - attendees will be contacted directly to confirm the plan for delivery of this programme. We are currently exploring alternative on-line delivery options where appropriate.

This is the incident investigation method of choice for New Zealand’s largest companies when investigation significant events. Based on the work of James Reason (Swiss cheese fame) this system has proven itself to be an effective and accessible investigation framework.
This workshop is highly interactive with participants being coached through two investigations over the two days of the course. The case studies used are based on real events to provide as much realism as possible in the classroom setting.

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This course is aimed at those who will be conducting investigations into significant events/near misses. It has been proven to be an effective tool in assisting in the undertaking of a WorkSafe duty holder review.
Topics include:
The role of the investigator
Incident causation, why accidents happen
Gathering information including site visits and interviewing witnesses
Organising information to allow contribution to become apparent
The role of human failure in incidents
Applying evidence to the ICAM Model
Writing effective recommendations

So you can:

Understand the link between root and immediate causes
Understand the relationship between: Individual actions, task conditions, organisational factors (ICAM model)
Understand the existence of bias and the impact it can have on the investigation process
Appreciate the importance of the principle of multiple causation
Appreciate the value of collecting information
Acknowledge the importance of analysing events
Identify the difference between layers of defence and categories of defence


Member $950 + GST
Non-Member $1,150 + GST

28/05/2020 9:00 AM - 29/05/2020 3:30 PM

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