Accident Investigation

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As former HSE Specialist Inspectors, trainers Julie Bell and Pippa Brockington have extensive experience of accident investigation from initial enquiries to preparing for trial. They have designed this course to help you understand how to find the root cause of an accident and why that is important for making effective safety improvements. You will learn about human error and how performance influencing factors (PIFs) result in performance variability.

Learn in a fun and supportive way, with training built around an accident case study with opportunity to practise interviewing skills, explore the tools available for evidence management, and understand how bias can impact your investigation and decision making.

The training will enable you to

  • Identify Human Failure Types and Performance Influencing Factors (PIFs)
  • Develop your witness interviewing skills (including awareness of bias)
  • Practise evidence management
  • Use Events and Causal Factors Analysis Plus (ECFA+) to understand the accident and identify causal factors
  • Understand why human failures occur and how to identify preventative measures

This two-day course contributes to Topic 1.1 Managing Human Performance: Human Factors in MAH Risk Assessment and Accident Investigation of the HSE’s Human Factors Operational Delivery Guide.

The training will take place at the purpose built Catch UK facility, Stallingbrough 21st-22nd November. We hope to see you there.

£950 plus VAT.

Book now below. If you would prefer an invoice, contact us.

CATCH operates the world renowned £12 million training facility in North East Lincolnshire that offers industry authentic training, apprenticeships and assessment without the risks associated with processing hazardous materials. CATCH boasts impressive facilities – the National Centre for Process and Manufacturing –  including a live three storey process plant with control room, bunded tank farm, process simulator, Skills Enhancement Centre, access zone, CompEx zone and confined space entry zone as well as engineering workshops and classrooms. And new for 2023 a Pipefitting and Welding Hub.

Working across the private and public sectors CATCH runs capital and business support programmes, membership network groups, skills and competency programmes, apprenticeships, conferences, events and publications aimed at encouraging best practice, knowledge exchange and business excellence.  Our combination of facilities and flexible, responsive approach attracts local, national and international learners from many leading companies operating across industries.

£950.00 +VAT

Accident Investigation (CATCH) Registration