Product code: #6207$200.00 Excl. Sales Tax
Despite all of our best efforts, accidents and incidents still happen at sea, resulting in loss of life, injuries, pollution or extra costs.
In this course we look at the benefits of incident investigation in preventing future accidents. We describe the professional methods and terminology used in incident investigation, such as ‘cause and effect’ and how measures can be put in place to prevent future accidents. We also explore the techniques for incident investigation, such as the best means of gathering evidence and carrying out interviews. The best structure for an investigation report is described, along with best practice for sharing the findings of incident investigation.
On completion of this course you will receive a Certificate of Completion from Ocean Technologies Group, powered by Marlins, Seagull and Videotel.
What you'll learn
Recognise the importance of investigating accidents, incidents and near-misses
Identify the relationship between cause and effect
Identify the types of controls which can be put in place to prevent accidents
Identify how to set up and conduct an investigation
Identify the methods for collecting evidence for an investigation
Recognise the structure of typical investigation reports
Recognise the role of shipboard personnel in external accident investigations
The course includes the following components.
- Module #0306 - Incident investigation
- Module #0307 - Incident investigation
There are no pre-requisites for this course
• IMO Resolution A.849(20) Code for the Investigation of Marine Casualties and Incidents
• IMO MSC-MEPC.3 Circ.2 Code of the International Standards and Recommended Practices for a Safety Investigation into a Marine Casualty or Marine Incident
• ILO MLC 2006 Guideline B4.3.6. – Investigations; Regulation 5.1.6 – Marine casualties
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