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Lynnwood Ridge,
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Email
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Incident Reporting & Investigation Training Presentation

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1. LEGAL REFERENCES

OHS Act – Sec 18.2. – Function of health and safety representative
OHS Act – Sec 20.1+2. – Function of health and safety Committee
OHS Act – Sec 24 – Types of Incidents to be reported
OHS Act – Sec 24 – Types of incidents not required to report
OHS Act – Sec 25 – Report Regarding Occupational Disease
OHS Act – Sec 31, 32 & 33 – DOL Inspectors Investigation Powers
GAR 8 – Reporting of Injuries and Occupational Disease (Process)
GAR 8 – Details required on the Incident Report
GAR 9 – Recording of Incidents
GAR 9 – Investigation of Incidents (The Incident Site)
GAR 10 – Witness at an Inquiry regarding Incidents
GMR 7 – Reporting of Incidents in Connection with Machinery

2. INCIDENT BASICS

What is an Incident – Definition
Incident Terminology
Incident Statistics
The Accident Triangle/Pyramid
Incident Causes – Unsafe Conditions
Incident Causes – Unsafe Acts
Incident Classification – Examples
Why Report

3. INCIDENT REPORTING BASICS

What is an Incident Report
What is the Purpose of Incident Reporting
When Should You Write an Incident Report
Top 3 Benefits of Incident Reporting
3 types of Incident Reports

  • Flash Incident Reports
  • Basic Incident Reports
  • Comprehensive Incident Reports

Incident Reports Legislative Requirements
How to write a report

4. INCIDENT REPORTING PROCEDURES

Reporting Procedures
Near-Miss Procedure
First Aid or Minor Injury Treatment Procedure
Injuries Requiring Medical Treatment Procedure
Incidents with Disablement or Fatalities Procedure
Damage to Property Incident Procedure
Hazardous Chemical Spill Procedure
What to do After Completing an Incident Report

5. INCIDENT INVESTIGATION

The Investigation Approach
The Investigation Team
3 Steps Investigation Process

  1. Investigate
  2. Analyse
  3. Report

6. THE IMPLEMENTATION AND CLOSURE PHASE

The Remedial Actions Implementation
The Incident Cost Calculator
Records & Storage Time Frames

 

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