What are the Procedures of Root Cause Analysis

This 1 minute safety training video covers: What are the four factors that prevent accidents, what is the key element in preventing workplace accidents, policies and procedures in preventing accidents, what is the result faulty or misuse equipment, how to minimize miscommunication. 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:

  • What are the Procedures of Root Cause Analysis
  • 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.
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Video Transcript

Share what you’ve learned broadly with your organization, this help improves the safety of every employee. After an accident occurs there are top priorities, making sure anyone who’s injured or ill receives medical attention and ensuring that no one else is in any immediate danger. After this, as soon as possible accident investigation should take place, so that evidence that’s vulnerable to being loss can be preserve and study for clues and causes of the accident. The purpose of an accident investigation is not to assign blame but to figure out where hazardous conditions exists so that they can be eliminated. The evidences accumulated in an accident investigation can be divided into three categories; Physical evidence at the scene of the accident, interviews with the victim and witnesses and records and files.