By CCPS (Center for Chemical Process Safety)
This booklet offers a invaluable reference software for technical and administration body of workers who lead or are part of incident research groups. This moment variation makes a speciality of investigating process-related incidents with actual or strength catastrophic effects. It offers on-the-job info, suggestions, and examples that help profitable investigations. The methodologies, instruments, and strategies defined during this publication is also utilized while investigating different forms of occasions equivalent to reliability, caliber, occupational wellbeing and fitness, and protection incidents. The accompanying CD-ROM comprises the textual content of the e-book for portability in addition to extra assisting instruments for on-site reference and bother taking pictures.
Note: CD-ROM/DVD and different supplementary fabrics aren't integrated as a part of e-book file.
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Some organizations choose to place their incident investigation policy statement here. 2. REFERENCES This section lists sources used to develop the incident investigation management system: corporate guidance, regulatory requirements, and other reference materials such as this book. 3. DEFINITIONS This section identifies and defines special terms related to the facility’s preferred methods of incident investigation. 4. PROCEDURE The procedure section serves as both a job-aid for employees to use while investigating incidents and a training tool for the facility personnel whose job descriptions or special assignments include leading or participating on an investigation team.
Petersen, D. Techniques of Safety Management, 2nd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1978. 4 An Overview of Investigation Methodologies Best practices in incident investigation have evolved substantially in the last 20 years. Investigators recognize that every incident is caused by one or more root causes. To identify and understand what these root causes are and how they interact, an investigator must collect evidence and conduct an analysis of that evidence. Today, organizations use a variety of methodologies to investigate incidents.
Additionally, the management team’s endorsement of the incident investigation management system is important when introducing a new or revised system. Management may find it useful to formalize this support. A sample program endorsement letter is included in the CCPS Investigator’s Companion CD ROM. 1. Initial Implementation—Training Implementation of a new or revised management system often begins with presenting training for the four groups described earlier in this chapter. • Management • All employees in a position to notice and report a near miss or accident • Incident investigation team members • Incident investigation team leaders Typical training agendas for management and employees who may report an incident can be brief.