Root Cause Identification and Investigation technique of significant incident using Taproot ® principle training centre in Bangladesh

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Root Cause Identification and Investigation technique of significant incident using Taproot ® principle

  • Date : Friday, April 6, 2018
  • Duration : Morning(9:30 AM-5:30 PM)
  • No. of Classes/ Sessions : 1 Day
  • Last Date of Registration : 5 April, 2018
  • Venue : Bdjobs Training, BDBL Building (Level 19), 12 Kawran Bazar C/A, Dhaka 1215.

Introduction

Incident Investigation is designed to provide participants with critical knowledge and skills to thoroughly and professionally investigate very serious, complex, and/or high potential events Incident investigations are necessary to identify accident causation and ensure the effective implementation of corrective actions. Managers and supervisors should have the necessary skills to investigate and report all occurrences (near misses, accidents, illnesses) in the form of a written report. The training course offers classroom style interactive discussions between the trainer and delegates with practical and theoretical content and examples. Training materials include the use of discussion techniques and related workshop exercises to introduce the areas of risk that need to be considered by a manager or supervisor who has responsibility for accident investigation. Each delegate will be provided with a handout containing the course slides and supporting notes/information.

Learning Objectives
• Demonstrate knowledge of the legislative requirements and company benefits for reporting, recording and management of effective accident /incident processes
• Demonstrate the steps involved in the investigation process and the level at which it is to be conducted
• Demonstrate the process of gathering of both primary and secondary sources of information and evidence in relation to causation principles
• Evaluate the information and provide written documentation for management including corrective actions, time frames, assignment of responsibilities and monitoring of controls applied

Methodology

A variety of exercises, videos, case studies and interactive power point presentation

Contents of Training:

• Describe the basic causes of incidents in the workplace
• Report incidents
• Identify the members of an investigation team
• Follow a systematic investigation process

o Plan investigation- Develop Spring Snap Chart
o Determine Sequence of incident- Develop Summer Snap Chart
o Define Casual Factor- Develop Autumn Snap chart
o Analyze each causal factors and root cause identification- Using Root Cause Tree
o Analyze each cause’s generic
o Develop and evaluate corrective action
o Incident report presentation

The course is built around a robust case study of an actual event. Participants are provided abundant information about this event and challenged to apply the investigation tools and techniques taught in the course to determine causes and appropriate remedial actions.

This practical application strengthens their understanding of the text material and reinforces key points about the investigation process.

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Incident Investigation is designed to provide participants with critical knowledge and skills to thoroughly and professionally investigate very serious, complex, and/or high potential events Incident investigations are necessary to identify accident causation and ensure the effective implementation of corrective actions. Managers and supervisors should have the necessary skills to investigate and report all occurrences (near misses, accidents, illnesses) in the form of a written report. The training course offers classroom style interactive discussions between the trainer and delegates with practical and theoretical content and examples. Training materials include the use of discussion techniques and related workshop exercises to introduce the areas of risk that need to be considered by a manager or supervisor who has responsibility for accident investigation. Each delegate will be provided with a handout containing the course slides and supporting notes/information.
Arrangement for Certificate, lunch and two tea-break would be made by the Organizer during the workshop.

Resource Person

Mohammad Shafiqul Islam, IDipOSH, Grad IOSH, B.Eng (Chem), M.Eng (Env.)

Mr. Mohammad Shafiqul Islam is a proficient Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) Professional and over 9 years experience as a Senior Safety Engineer in industrial facilities in conjunction with MSc in Environmental Engineering & Management, B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering and an International Diploma in Occupational Safety and Health (Distinction).
He is a versatile HSE all-rounder as well as a risk specialist, and an accomplished communicator. His core competency includes Risk and HSE Engineering, HSE Management System Implementation, Compliance Audits, Training, Emergency and Disaster Management, Incident Investigation & Root Causes Identification, Implementation of ISO 14001 & OHSAS 18001, Environmental impact Assessment and Management Plan, Emissions and Waste Management.
He has the range and depth of experience to help make major commercial and operational decisions and deliver against corporate policy on safety, environmental and sustainable development issues.

He is a certified lead auditor of Integration Management System (ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001) and team leader for Taproot incident investigation. He is also experienced in managing the EHS issues to ensure compliance with international guideline such as Health and Safety Executive (EHS), United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), World Bank, American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), American Public Health Association (APHA), World Health Organization (WHO), Association of Oil and Gas Producer (OGP) and International Association of Geophysical Contractors (IAGC) etc.

A variety of exercises, videos, case studies and interactive power point presentation