Incident Management and Investigation Skills

with Branch AGM

Incident Management and Investigation Skills
  • Thu 19 Apr 2018 2:00 PM -
    Thu 19 Apr 2018 4:30 PM

  • Holiday Inn,
    London Road,
    Markyate,
    St. Albans,
    Hertfordshire,
    United Kingdom

    AL3 8HH

  • Branch meeting

    Chiltern Branch

  • This event is free to attend

Overview

This seminar is designed to enable the H&S professionals (and company management) to be prepared for various emergency (unplanned) incidents in the workplace/work environment.

The first part will look at how to prepare a company to respond to an incident and how various workplaces may manage incidents from property damage to personal injury (or medical emergency). This section will also look at how to manage the incident scene and managed others that are affected.

The second part will focus on the tools to carry out an incident investigation and the subsequent report. The session will look at basic evidence management, including photographs and witness statements. Investigator protection will also be looked along with data protection and what information is legally protected and who can view the completed investigation reports and records.

We will also be holding our branch AGM, where you can elect your committee for 2017/18.
You can find the AGM nominations form here.

What's in it for you?

Learning practical skills, networking, CPD.

Our AGM is an important chance to get involved with how your branch is run.

Who should attend

IOSH members and non-members who want to learn more about safety culture.

Anyone that has to implement emergency plans and procedures. Along with investigating workplace incidents.

What you need to know

Speaker; Michele Jarvis MSc DipNEBOSH CMIOSH FIIRSM RSP MIIAI MABI (Lupus Consilium Ltd).

Michele has worked in a variety of industries from Aerospace, Construction (Building, Civil's and Tunnelling), Foundry, Healthcare and Retail. During her time working in construction Michele has managed all aspects of Health and Safety on projects with values from £80 to £480 million: from single site, to multiple site working.

As well as being a recognised H&S professional Michele also holds full membership of the Institute of Industrial Accident Investigators (IIAI) and the Association of British Investigators (ABI) that demonstrates her extensive experience of working at all stages of workplace incidents, such as on-site investigations, report compiling to working with insurers and legal teams.

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