NEBOSH HSE Introduction to Incident Investigation
The NEBOSH HSE Introduction to Incident Investigation has been made to teach the delegate how to investigate non-complexed incidents.
How long is the Introduction to Incident Investigation course?
Who should attend the Introduction to Incident Investigation course?
Employees at all levels who want to conduct effective incident investigations
Is the NEBOSH course accredited?
There are no entry requirements for the course. However, delegates should have a good knowledge of health and safety issues. NEBOSH advises that the delegate should also be able to read and write well in English.
Incident Investigation Course Objectives
By the end of the course, the delegate will be able to:
- Investigate simple incidents independently
- Prevent recurring accidents with an action plan
- Conduct witness interviews and gather evidence
- Impact on an organisation’s safety culture positively
- Contribute to larger scale team investigations
The content covered by the training course includes:
- Financial, moral and legal arguments for investigation
- Contributing human and organisational factors to an incident
- The investigation process
- The barriers to successful interviews and positive interview strategies
What is Required to Pass the Introduction to Incident Investigation Course?
The course requires delegates to complete a practical assessment at the end of the course. The assessment will consist of reviewing and evaluating dummy evidence and witness interview videos and producing an action plan of the back of the incident.
3B Training offers a range of Health & Safety Courses that can assist in investigating incidents and workplace health and safety. Courses such as; Risk Assessment & Method Statement, Lone Working & Dealing with Conflict and IOSH Managing Safely are all advisable courses.