INCIDENT INVESTIGATION CAUSATIONAL ANALYSIS TECHNIQUE

iiCAT is a brand new look at Incident Investigation Causational Analysis Techniques. iiCAT is a focused approach towards determining the direct, indirect and root causes of incidents in the workplace. iiCAT is a detailed approach towards investigating incidents in the workplace and suggesting the most effective corrective measures to ensure the incident does not repeat itself. iiCAT takes a closer look into systematic, legislative and process failures at all levels of the workplace. iiCAT covers over 23 elements that must be considered when investigating an incident in the workplace and focuses on different analysis techniques. iiCAT also links learnings to legislation and points out the legislative gaps or areas of non compliance and takes a look at reporting for management and legislative purposes.


Contents
■ Definitions and the Law
■ Elements of a working system
■ Types of incidents
■ Report and learn together
■ Causes of incidents
■ Consequences of incidents
■ Incident Investigation Process
■ Immediate Actions when an incident occurs
■ Preparing and planning for the investigation
■ Investigation team confidentiality and the right to legal privilege
■ Collecting information
■ Relevant & non-relevant information
■ Site inspections, photography, videos, drawings
■ Interviewing witnesses and others with information
■ Technical information
■ Interpreting the information
■ Analysis of the information
■ Define what happened
■ Why did it happen? Determine the underlying causes (contributing factors, immediate cause, root cause, learnings)
■ Recommendations (Immediate, corrective, preventative)
■ Reports & Presentations
■ Sharing of the report and learnings
■ Remediation plan and tracking
■ Follow up reviews




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