Accident and Incident Reporting
Essential information to help you carry out an accident investigation, record and report on your findings.
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27 million working days were lost due to work-related illness and workplace injury last year in the UK alone. Accidents and incidents at work have a major impact on a business’ staff, customers, reputation and bottom line.
Accident and Incident Reporting provides students with information and skills in completing and processing accident report forms and developing good investigation technique practice. This course has been developed by the health and safety experts at International Workplace and can be delivered in company anywhere in the world. As this course hase been designed by us, we can tailor the content to suit your exact needs.
Standard course content:
- Near miss reporting
- Accident and incident reporting
- Gathering and securing evidence
- Dealing with the authorities
- Writing an accident report
- Learning from accidents and incidents
When we run the standard course content this course has a duration of 1 day. If you have a specific requirement then we can tailor the course content and vary the duration depending on what depth of knowledge you or your team require. The standard course is ideal for supervisors, managers, union representatives, safety professionals and anyone responsible for safety on site.
Subject related eLearning:
The IOSH approved, Managing accidents and incidents eLearning course is perfect for training your team on how to correctly manage the accident and incident process. We can also run this course as a blended option with a classroom session along side the eLearning.
For more information on the eLearning course, visit the Managing accident and incidents course page.
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