The training course aims to help staff understand the nature of an accident investigation, the procedures used to resolve incidents, the value of monitoring and how to respond with successful reports. The course details the accepted IOSH program that leads to the certification of accident investigation, which is internationally recognized by industry bodies together with the functional and written exams.



Each attendee who will complete this training will gain the following outcomes:

      • Explain the importance of reporting accidents including moral, legal and financial reasons
        for working and managing safely
      • Discuss the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
      • Define loss control and loss causation model
      • Identify failures in human performance Identify which accidents should be investigated
      • Conduct a systematic accident investigation report form


Course Content
      • Introduction
      • Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
      • The traditional approach
      • Failures in human performance
      • Investigations of accidents
      • Using the loss causation model
      • Which accidents should be Investigated
      • Starting the investigation
      • Accident investigation report form
      • Final accident report



Delegates who meet or conduct both practical and written tests will be accredited by the IOSH, an organization headquartered in the  United Kingdom.  When provided, these certificates are valid for lifetime.