Why do “accidents” happen? Companies struggle to understand incidents, especially when a robust EHS reporting and incident investigation system is not in place. Most often, incidents are addressed at a superficial level, addressing only the immediate cause. Surprisingly, too many EHS professionals consider “human error” to be a valid cause.
Each occurrence that results in loss of property, human injury or illness or impact to the environment, is usually a result of multiple causes. When examined carefully, all incidents lead to lessons learned and actions to minimize hazards by addressing the event’s various root causes.
Why Should You Attend:
This webinar will cover the basic data compilation that is necessary to conduct a thorough investigation, and the various techniques possible for the root cause training of an incident.
Areas Covered in this Webinar:
To learn EHS Reporting:
How best to compile information
What information is critical, and when to gather and how best to document it
Conducting interviews to maximize useful information
Best practices in documenting EHS certification programs
To learn Incident Investigation:
How to prioritize cases to investigate?
Review of techniques for incident investigation, and their relative pros and cons
Setting up an effective action plan
The anatomy of an EHS report
Best practices in documenting EHS reports
Techniques to determine root causes
Best practices in corrective and preventive actions
Case studies, how EHS reporting works in practical situations
Who Will Benefit:
Small Business Owners
Occupational Health Staff
Natalia Olive is an Environmental, Health and Safety Professional with over 15 years of international experience. Her strong focus on people and program management is combined with a wide range of technical components.
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