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This course teaches you the fundamentals of conducting a workplace accident investigation.
This course is part of the Safety Committee Suite (Español) of online courses.
Accidents and incidents.
The rules that cover accidents and incidents.
The primary tasks for each investigation.
Laying a good investigation foundation.
Securing the scene.
When to report an accident to Oregon OSHA.
Putting together an investigator's kit.
Collecting the facts.
Obtaining initial statements.
Photographing, videotaping, and sketching the scene.
Who you should interview.
Developing the sequence of events.
The 3 types of controls.
Cost benefit analysis.
The accident report form.
How to complete each section.
At the end of each module is a short quiz
Accident investigation topic page
This course has been approved for CEUs.
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