Duration: 1 Day

This course provides learners with the necessary information and skills to reach to the right conclusions, make effective, practical recommendations and thereby make a significant contribution to improving workplace health and safety.

Option 1: US$90
If you just want to take this course without the test or certificate.

Option2: US$120
If you wish to take this course
+ Online test
+ Receive a Certificate of Completion from the Institute of Commercial Management (ICM) United Kingdom
+ Shipping cost of the certificate

Retake: US$60
If you wish to retake your online course test.
If you pass your test – you will receive your Certificate with no additional cost.

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Managers, leaders, trainers, health and safety officers and anyone involved in health and safety training and/or procedures.

At the end of this course, learners will be able to:

  1. Describe and implement Accident Investigation Procedures
  2. State the reasons for accident investigations
  3. Identify all the potential sources of information
  4. Describe and demonstrate an ability to reach sound conclusions
  5. Explain and demonstrate an ability to reach practical, effective recommendations and communicate these effectively

These Accident Investigation Training Course Materials will give learners the necessary information and skills to enable them to carry out a thorough and effective accident investigation.

This course provides learners with the necessary information and skills to reach to the right conclusions, make effective, practical recommendations and thereby make a significant contribution to improving workplace health and safety.

Accidents & Accident Causation

If an organization does not properly control risks, the outcome of an accident often depends on chance. Because the outcome of an accident cannot be accurately predicted, the only way to effectively reduce accidents is by controlling the underlying causes of all the different accident types.

Accident Reporting Process

Reporting of Injuries, Diseases & Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995 (RIDDOR).

The Process

You have 2 top priorities when you are first notified of an accident. The first is to the injured person to ensure that appropriate medical attention is available. The second priority is then to ensure that the area is made safe to ensure no other persons are injured.

Accident Investigation

Every employer has a Moral, Legal & Economic obligation to protect the health and safety of employees while at work.

The Cause of Accidents

During an accident investigation you will be looking for the unsafe acts and the unsafe conditions which contributed to the accident. If you carry out the investigation effectively then you will find the root cause or causes of the accident.

Facts to be Collated

When you conduct an accident investigation you should be seeking to obtain information on unsafe acts, unsafe conditions, immediate failures and latent failures. To find out these various elements of the accident you need to ask the questions who, where, when, and what, which will give you details of the event.

Reaching Conclusion

Identifying all the failure modes, satisfy all the answers to what, where, why, who etc., and thus identify all the causes of the accident.

Sample Certificate


Accident Investigation

This course provides learners with the necessary information and skills to reach to the right conclusions, make effective, practical recommendations and thereby make a significant contribution to improving workplace health and safety.