Accident Analysis and Statistical Techniques

202427oct(oct 27)1:05 pm31(oct 31)1:05 pmAccident Analysis and Statistical Techniques

Course Details


  • How to meet regulatory requirements for incident investigations.
  • How to develop and implement a structured program.
  • Designed for learning from incidents.
  • Why and how to define misses.
  • How to train others to recognize and report incidents.
  • Includes planning for trending of data.
  • How to initiate and conduct an investigation.
  •  Establishing an effective team quickly.
  • Methods for collecting different types of data, including effective interviewing skills.
  • How and when to apply causal factor and root cause analysis for investigating process and non-process incidents.
  • How to develop appropriate recommendations to address root causes at various levels to avoid future incidents.
  • How to structure reports.
  • Via actual industry examples and workshops, learn key points and practice your new skills


Traditional approach to accident prevention

  •  Why we prevent accidents?
  •  Major accident history.

Accident theories

  • Single factor theory
  • Energy theory
  • Multiple factor theory
  •  Domino theory
  • Modern causation model

Accident Causation

  • Unsafe Acts
  • Unsafe Conditions (Environmental)
  • Unsafe Personal Factors

Accident Prevention Programmer

  • Principles of the accident prevention process success. 
  • Key elements of an accident prevention program.
  • Principles of risk management for accident prevention program.

Accident / Incident Investigation

  • Why investigate?
  • What to investigate?
  • Who investigates?
  • When to investigate?
  • Phases in the investigation process

Root Causes Analysis

  • What is RCA?
  • Why do an RCA
  • Where did it come from?
  • RCA model
  • When is an RCA done?
  • Why is an RCA important?
  • When not to do an RCA?

How RCA’s Work

  • Key RCA roles
  • NORMS-based analysis of information
  • Development of corrective and preventive actions
  • Review findings, assess, and implement actions

Writing a Good Report and lessons to be learned

Who Should Attend ?

This course is appropriate for everyone involved in the incident investigation – root cause analysis.

Manager, Technician, Supervisor, Engineer, Operator, Safety professional


27 (Sunday) 1:05 pm - 31 (Thursday) 1:05 pm(GMT+03:00)



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Physical Distance Maintained
Event Area Sanitized
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