Training to Reduce Workplace Accidents

This 1 minute safety training video covers: What are the proper procedures when working on electrical machineries, what are the factors to consider to avoid electrical accidents, what are the importance of trainings in avoiding accidents, what are the effects or results of a lack of training in the workplace, what are the dangers of improper lockout/tagout. This clip was taken from a full-length training video. Click here to watch the 13 minutes full length version.

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When accidents happen, it's important to know why. Even when the reason seems obvious, the real cause may be more complicated. That's where accident investigation comes in. It examines the incident systematically to determine its true root causes. This information can then be used to update policies, procedures or equipment to help make sure a similar accident doesn't occur in the future.

Atlantic Training's Accident Investigation training program provides employees with the information that they need to understand the goals of an accident investigation, the process itself, and how they can participate in the process to help make their workplace safer. And these updated versions of the products include all-new visuals and a fresh look and feel… to engage trainees more effectively and promote better learning.

Topics covered include:

  • Training to Reduce Workplace Accidents
  • Accidents and Near Misses.
  • Investigations and Root Cause Analysis.
  • The role of tools and equipment in accidents.
  • The importance of training.
  • The role procedures play in preventing accidents.
  • Learning from accidents.
  • and more.
  • Click here to watch a FREE full-length 13 minutes preview.

Video Transcript

There are several steps in an incident investigation process. Make the initial response and complete an initial report. The goal of initial response is to secure the safety of personnel and the community. Determine the facts, in this step the goal is to learn as much as possible about the facts of the incident by looking at people, conditions and documents. Determine all contributing factors, a contributing factor is a circumstance that contributed to or may reasonably be believe to a contributed to the incident occurrence. Determine systems to be strengthened, often there’s a problem with a system that contributed to the chain of event leading to the incident. For example, training for safe work practices. Document and communicate findings.