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Human factors in accident investigation

Explore how behaviour impacts health and safety in the workplace

Date
10 September 2024

The global ISO 45002 standard provides guidance to help organisations successfully implement an effective occupational safety and health (OSH) management system.

It requires incident investigations that determine what happened, why it happened and what can be done to prevent it from happening again. This includes the need to consider human behaviour, as well as wider systemic failures.

Our one-day ‘Human factors in accident investigation’ course provides delegates with a range of tools and techniques that they can bring to incident investigation, allowing greater insight into contributory factors, preventing reoccurrence and the need to consider their own biases. 

The global ISO 45002 standard provides guidance to help organisations successfully implement an effective occupational safety and health (OSH) management system.

It requires incident investigations that determine what happened, why it happened and what can be done to prevent it from happening again. This includes the need to consider human behaviour, as well as wider systemic failures.

Our one-day ‘Human factors in accident investigation’ course provides delegates with a range of tools and techniques that they can bring to incident investigation, allowing greater insight into contributory factors, preventing reoccurrence and the need to consider their own biases. 

  • Explore techniques to improve the quality of incident investigations.
  • Find out how effective investigations will lead to improvements in your organisation.
  • If you are an IOSH member, this course is worth 5.5 hours to add to your CPD record.
  • Explore techniques to improve the quality of incident investigations.
  • Find out how effective investigations will lead to improvements in your organisation.
  • If you are an IOSH member, this course is worth 5.5 hours to add to your CPD record.
  • Apply a set of tools and techniques to employ when undertaking accident investigations.
  • Understand the importance of human behaviour as a contributory factor.
  • Avoid common pitfalls by appreciating how your own biases might affect investigations.
  • Apply a set of tools and techniques to employ when undertaking accident investigations.
  • Understand the importance of human behaviour as a contributory factor.
  • Avoid common pitfalls by appreciating how your own biases might affect investigations.

Safety professionals, managers and supervisors who play an active role in incident investigation.

Safety professionals, managers and supervisors who play an active role in incident investigation.

  • Type

    Online

  • Dates

    10 September 2024
    23 October 2024
    25 November 2024

£245 for IOSH members (excluding VAT)
£295 for non-members (excluding VAT)