How To Conduct an Accident Investigation

This course is offered anywhere in Ontario
How To Conduct an Accident Investigation

Legal Requirements as Required By the OHSA and Regulations:

  • Under Section 25 (2)(c) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, it states that “An employer shall ensure that when appointing a supervisor, appoint a competent person” Section 25(2)(a) says that employers are required to “provide instruction and supervision to a worker to protect the health or safety of the worker”.
  • Section 51 and 52 of OHSA, discusses what employers are required to do in the event of serious accidents at the workplace.
  • WSIB WorkWell audit section 2.1(c) and 6.1(h) both require the employer to demonstrate that they have provided training to supervisors.

Course Content / Elements Covered:

  • This program goes through the six steps in an effective Accident Investigation to determine the Root Causes of the accident.
  • Participants will investigate a mock accident
  • A review of the Occupational Health & Safety Act and what it says is required for notification.

 This course is also offered online for $24.95. Click here for details regarding e-Learning modules and account registration. See `Workplace Accident Investigations`in the Course Library.

Program Duration

4 Hours

Min Participants

N/A

Max Participants

6

Supervisors, Managers, Safety Representatives / JHSC Members

On-Site

The Safety Bus

Price*

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Pricing

* price does not include HST
* travel costs may apply

Course Includes:

  • Manuals
  • Wall Certificate
  • Forms and Templates
  • Test/Quizzes
  • Records of Training

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