Safety Investigators Course
Investigating Occurrences to Learn and Improve
$1,695.00AU GST Exempt (3-days)
Available in-house by arrangement or publicly, see Course Dates
|Safety Investigators Course - Melbourne||29 - 31 October 2019||Melbourne, VIC||$1,695.00|
|Safety Investigators Course - Wellington, NZ||27 - 29 November 2019||Wellington, NZ||$1,695.00|
|Safety Investigators Course - Sydney||3 - 5 December 2019||Sydney, NSW||$1,695.00|
|Safety Investigators Course - Brisbane||18 February - 20 February 2020||Brisbane, QLD||$1,695.00|
Effective investigations are a key activity of any Safety Assurance program. Safety occurrences and incidents when properly investigated and analysed have the potential to facilitate proactive safety improvements within an organisation. These free lessons may be used to prevent the occurrence of more serious incidents and accidents.
This safety investigators course has been especially designed for those involved with the investigation and analysis of occurrences and events including incidents, near misses and quality problems. This includes management at all levels and safety assurance personnel. Participants will develop the practical skills needed to investigate and analyse operational incidents with a view to developing improvements within their organisation.
For more complex aircraft accident investigations see our Aircraft Accident Investigation Course.
Recognition of Training
This course is part of the Diploma of Leadership and Management and/or the Diploma of Quality Auditing. Upon successful completion of this course, including all assessments, participants will receive a statement of attainment including;
BSBWHS505 Investigate WHS incidents
Participants will also receive a Southpac Aerospace endorsed Safety Investigators Course certificate.
Who Should Attend?
- Safety Managers
- Safety Assurance Officers
- Safety Investigators
- WHS Officers
- Any involved in or supporting an investigation program
This course is applicable to participants working in corporate, flight operations, maintenance or ground operations.
- Management systems & safety fundamentals
- Systems thinking & new approaches
- Initial actions
- Investigation process
- Occurrence definitions
- Initial reporting
- Information sources
Analysis & Learning
- Contributing factors
- Occurrence sequence
Reporting & Follow-up
- Writing the report
- Safety outcomes
- Driving improvement
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