Accident Investigation Awareness for Managers
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The course will provide delegates with a comprehensive overview of the accident investigation process outlined in the RIS-3119-TOM, the Rail Industry Standard for Accident and Incident Investigation. Delegates will also learn industry best practice techniques and tools developed to support the standard.
This course is delivered remotely over two days by highly experienced trainers from RSSB’s human factors and operations teams.
The course focuses on:
- Understand the accident investigation process
- Have an awareness of the process to support team members conduct investigations
- Understand the methods and techniques taught on the standard Accident Investigation Training course and how to best apply these.
Who should attend?
This course is aimed at managers who oversee the accident investigation process or review accident investigation reports, as a Designated Competent Person.
It’s also suitable for managers responsible for managing investigators in operations, engineering or station management.
- RSSB Member and Affiliate: £300 (£360 including 20% UK VAT)
- RSSB Non-Member: £600 (£720 including 20% UK VAT)
Remote delivery timings: Day 1 [13:00 - 17:00] and Day 2 [13:00-16:30]
Contact for enquiries: 020 3142 5418 or email@example.com
‘Coming onto this course, I wanted to refresh my understanding of accident investigation and it absolutely delivered. Both presenters were great. They made the material accessible and fun, and their down to earth approach was greatly received. I will be sending members of my team through the various human factors and investigation courses RSSB offers.’
Assurance Director, Loram UK
We recognise that every organisation is different, so we work directly with organisations to develop bespoke courses. If you would like RSSB to deliver this course as a bespoke training, remotely or at a location of your choice, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will contact you to discuss your exact requirements and how we could tailor the course to your target audience.
This course is delivered by two trainers, working with small groups of delegates. RSSB has a pool of trainers who deliver on this course.
Wayne Murphy, Technical Policy Manager
Wayne is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health with 36 years’ experience in the rail industry. A highly energetic trainer who co-developed our accident investigation training courses with engaging, story-driven and memorable content.
Anita Weltz, Lead Human Factors Specialist
Anita is an experienced human factors specialist and has worked in the rail sector for 14 years. Anita has undertaken extensive work on accident cause analysis, working closely with railway undertakings to collate accident cause data to support future safety decision-making. Anita is a Chartered member of the Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors.
James Lonergan, Senior Human Factors Specialist
James has an MSc in Occupational Psychology and is a member of the British Psychological Society. His interests focus on individual decision making in operations and developing practical solutions for individuals and organisations to encourage safe and reliable performance.
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