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Occupational Safety & Health Division

Accident Investigation, Prevention & Reporting Training

2 Days Course

( 9.00am - 5.00pm )

Course introduction

This is a 2-days programme specially tailored for participants who wish to enhance their understanding on the important key elements, procedures and legislation requirements on Accident Investigation, Reporting and Prevention programme. Accident investigation, reporting and prevention is one of the mandatory requirement under NADOOPOD Regulations 2004. It refers to specific practices and procedures to perform an investigation for each accidents happened in workplace, establish the route cause analysis, corrective actions for reoccurrence prevention and reporting to the management and authority for data compilation and further clarification.

OBJECTIVE OF THE COURSE

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Define the requirement of Investigation & understanding the implementation.
  • Describe the importance of incident / accident investigation.
  • List and categorized the type of accident.
  • Describe principles of investigation,
  • Explain 8 steps in incident investigation,
  • Explain ways to plan and implement corrective action and preventive action.
  • Describe the requirements of NADOOPOD.
  • Evaluate and prioritize Accident Investigation, prevention and reporting in managing safety & health

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Operation / Production / Purchasing Managers and Executives
  • Management / Human Resources Managers and Executives
  • Engineers and Technicians
  • Safety and Health Officers
  • Safety and Health Committee / Leaders
  • Supervisors or Union Representatives

THE TRAINING METHODOLOGIES

Theory Session

  • Dynamic & highly engaging presentation
  • Interactive and fun
  • Attention-grabbing audio-visual aids, real scene photographs, video clips, multimedia presentation

Practical session

  • Hands-on experience
  • Participant centered

CERTIFICATION & VALIDITY

Having completed and passed the course, participants will be awarded with Certificate of Training. Without retraining, knowledge might be forgotten while skills may deteriorate rapidly when not being used / practiced. Therefore, yearly retraining is very much recommended.

WHY & IMPORTANCE OF ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION,PREVENTION & REPORTING TRAINING

When an incident arises within the workplace, it is crucial to investigate the root cause of it. Examining is it due to human errors or other underlying factors that maybe direct and indirect causes of the incident.

For example, when an incident occurred due to a worker’s carelessness, there are few factors that need to be considerate such as:-

Is the worker being distracted? What are the causes of it?
Work protocol is being followed properly – yes or no?
Are devices and equipment being used properly?
Is the worker have sufficient knowledge and skills to conduct the task?

Questions such as these would provide more insight of the incidents and able to identify the causes of it in a bigger picture, and further prevent same accident from repeating again.

Accidents such as these may causes a lot of damages and cost to the organization, therefore the importance of studying incidents occurs within the workplace so that it can be a preventable incident.

WHAT SHOULD BE INVESTIGATED IN ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION,PREVENTION & REPORTING TRAINING

When conducting investigation, there are few elements that can be breakdown to which is Task, Material, Work Environment, Personnel and Management.

Task – is more on questioning the work procedure and operation of conduct. Questions such as “was the work procedure being followed properly, are the proper tools being provided to handle it, safety devices working properly“.

Material – to identify possible causes resulting from equipment itself. Questions such as “was equipment in poor condition, is there any hazardous product being used, what causes the equipment to fail“.

Work Environment – sudden changes to environment or the situation which may be abnormal during the time of incidents. Questions such as “what is the condition of the weather, is it too hot or too cold, is there any sign of fumes or smell or noise“.

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