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The Fact-Finding Principles of Accident Investigation (DFS718A)

Presented by: Jarred O'Dell
 
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Live Webinar
60 minutes
Event Description

How to Analyze a Worksite Incident—Without Futile Finger-Pointing

When an accident or incident occurs within an organization, most employees would prefer to move past it—rather than analyze it for underlying causes. As a result, the accident investigation process can easily turn into a “fault-finding” instead of a “fact-finding” mission. But it is imperative to reach the true goal of an incident analysis: To ensure the incident does not happen again.

Learn how to strategize toward that objective—every time. Join expert speaker Jarred O'Dell as he presents several concepts associated with the accident investigation/incident analysis process—including root cause analysis and multiple causation theories. O’Dell will discuss common post-accident pitfalls and how to avoid them. Plus, you’ll learn the must-have elements of an organizational accident investigation policy.

After attending this webinar, you’ll be able to describe different contemporary accident investigation theories and concepts, conduct meaningful interviews, and apply incident analysis techniques to collect and make sense of the critical evidence that shows what went wrong. Here’s your chance to start using the facts to mitigate future workplace safety risks.

Session Highlights

Here is a taste of what you will uncover in this informative program:

  • Contemporary analysis theories
    • Root cause theory and supporting concepts
    • Multiple causation theory and supporting concepts
  • Investigative techniques
    • Collecting evidence
    • Tips for conducting interviews
    • How front-line supervisors can help
  • Devising an Accident investigation/incident analysis methodology
  • Making analysis and recommendations
  • Doing the follow-up correctly

 

Who Should Attend?

  • Supervisors, managers, and directors
  • Safety and health professionals
  • Human Resources managers and directors
  • Engineers, ergonomists, and other facility/plant system designers
  • Maintenance staff and supervisors
  • Organizational leaders interested in management systems and organizational leadership techniques related to safety.

At the Q&A session following the live event, ask a question and get a direct response from our expert speaker.

About Our Speaker(s)

Jarred O'Dell
Jarred O'Dell is the Safety Director for Syracuse Utilities and an instructor at the OSHA Region II Education Center at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Jarred holds the credential of Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and is currently working on his doctorate in safety sciences at Indiana University of Pennsylv... More info

 
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