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Lesson 1: Describe requirements for workplace safety, health and environment incident investigation
The legal and organisational specific requirements regulating the reporting and investigation of workplace incidents are identified in order to determine applicable governance procedures.
The legal and organisational specific requirements for an investigation into workplace incidents are explained in order to follow the prescribed requirements.
The procedures to be followed when an incident occurs in the workplace are explained in order to facilitate effective management of the incident.
The consequences of non-compliance with legal and organisational specific requirements are explained in terms of the impact on safety, health and environment in the workplace.
Lesson 2: Gather information for workplace safety, health and environment incident investigations.
The purpose, type and extent of information required are explained in accordance with prescribed requirements.
Resources required to conduct investigations are identified and selected in accordance with prevailing circumstances.
Resources may include but are not limited to documentation, human resources, tools and materials.
Information is gathered in accordance with the prescribed procedures.
The need for gathering accurate and relevant information about workplace incidents is explained in terms of the impact on the quality of the investigation.
Lesson 3: Conduct post-investigation activities
Reports are completed in the required formats in accordance with prescribed requirements
Reports are submitted and communicated to relevant designated persons in accordance with prescribed requirements.
Physical evidence gathered during the investigation is processed according to prescribed requirements.
Resources used during investigations are processed according to specified requirements.