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The INTRA e-Learning training was created specifically for South African employers and employees.

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Part 1 – Introduction to Course

Part 2 – Introduction To OH&S Management

★ Definitions, Terminology & Glossary – Essential Terms ★ History of Health & Safety ★ Consequences of the Problem ★ Management Systems – Symptoms vs Systems ★ Management Systems – Overview ★ Management System – Health & Safety ★ Management System – Health & Safety Investigations ★ Introduction to HIRA – Pre-Incident ★ Introduction to HIRA – Legal Requirement ★ Conducting a HIRA ★ Mitigating Hazards – Hierarchy of Control ★ Introduction to Occupational Health ★ Diseases – Symptom Manifestation ★ Sources of Health Hazards ★ Sources of Safety Hazards ★ Safety vs Security ★

Part 3 – Legal Requirements

★ Sect 24 – Incident vs Accident ★ Structure of the Act ★ Regulations ★ Introduction to Standards ★ Organisational Structure ★ Health & Safety Committee Structure ★ Duties of H&S Committee ★ Committee Meeting & Minutes ★ Documents & Records ★

Part 4 – Extracts from OHASA & Regulations

★ Employer’s Duties to Employees [Sect 8] ★ Inform H&S Reps of investigations or inquiries [Sect 13] ★ Functions of Health & Safety Representatives [Sect 18] ★ H&S Committee to Discuss Workplace Incidents [Sect 20] ★ H&S Committee meetings & Records [GAR 5] ★

Part 5 – Legal Requirement – Reporting Incidents

★ Report Incidents to the Inspector [Sect 24] ★ Victimisation Forbidden [Sect 26] ★ Report Incidents & Diseases [GAR 8] ★ Reporting of Risk & Emergency Occurrences [MHIR 7] ★ Report Incidents to Employer [Sect 14] ★ Employees Report Injuries – [GSR 3 (7)] ★ Proof of Certain Facts ★

Part 6 – Recording and investigation of incidents

★ Employers Recording & Investigation of Incidents [GAR 9] ★ Incident Case Study ★ Disturbing Incident Site / Scene [Sect 24] ★ Consequences – Offences, penalties & special orders of court [Sect 38] ★ Offences & Penalties [GAR 12] ★

Part 7 – DEL Inquiries & Investigations

★ Witness at DEL Inquiry [GAR 10 (9)] ★ Investigations by Inspectors [Sect 31] ★ Formal inquiries by Inspectors [Sect 32] ★ Joint inquiries by Inspectors [Sect 33] ★ Obstruction of investigation or inquiry [Sect 34] ★

Part 8 – Reporting Incidents

★ Reporting – Purpose ★ Reporting – Incident Types ★ Reporting – Investigating Old incidents ★ Reporting – Guidelines ★ Reporting – Danger of Zero Incidents Programs ★ Reporting – Immediate Report / Response ★ Reporting – Victimisation of Employees ★ Reporting – Why Employees Do Not Report ★

Part 9 – Documents and Records

★ Legal Report Forms ★ Annexure 1 ★ Possible Fraudulent Reports ★

Part 10 – Causes of Incidents

★ Causes of Incidents – Introduction ★ Causal Chain – Domino Sequence ★ Causes – Domino 1 [Lack of Control] ★ Causes – Domino 2 [Human & Work Factors] ★ Causes – Errors or Violation ★ Causes – Deliberate Criminal Violation ★ Causes – Domino 3 [Unsafe Acts & Unsafe Conditions] ★ Causes – Unsafe Acts ★ Causes – Unsafe Conditions ★ Causes – Domino 4 [Incident or Event] ★ Causes – Domino 5 [Consequences / Loss] ★ Consequences – Effect on Casualty ★ Consequences – Effect on Organisation ★ Consequences – Effect on Environment ★ Causes – Domino 6 [Cost of Incidents – Iceberg] ★ Cost of Incidents – Organisation ★ Cost of Incidents – Casualty ★

Part 11 – Root Cause Analysis

★ Introduction to Root Cause Analysis [RCA] ★ RCA – Determining the Cause ★ RCA – Benefits ★ RCA – Example ★ RCA – More Questions ★ RCA – The “Fault Tree” Cause & Effect Diagram ★ Example of Fault Tree Analysis ★ RCA – Management System Problems ★

Part 12 – Investigation – Preparation

★ Investigation – Reasons ★ Investigations – for Defense or Prosecution ★ Investigator – Appointment [GAR 9] ★ Investigation – Tools & Resources ★

Part 13 – Investigations – Conducting Interviews

★ Investigations – Overview ★ Investigations – Manage the Interview Meeting ★ Investigations – Interview Plan ★ Investigations – Question Types – Closed ★ Investigations – Question Types – Open ★ Investigations – Listening Skills ★ Investigations – Hearsay Evidence ★ Investigations – Concluding the Interview ★

Part 14 – Investigations – Taking Statements

★ Investigations – Purpose of Statements ★ Investigations – Statement Considerations – Practical ★ Investigations – Statement Considerations – Legal ★ Investigations – Witness Selection ★ Investigations – Witness Input ★ Investigations – Signatures ★ Incident Case Study – Continued ★

Part 15 – The Investigation – 9 Steps

★ Investigation – 9 Steps ★ STEP 1 – Assemble the Team ★ STEP 2 – Visit the Scene ★ STEP 3 – Gather the Information ★ Re-enactment or Reconstruction ★ STEP 4 – Collect Evidence & Exhibits ★ STEP 5 – Interview & Take Statements ★ STEP 6 – Identify the Cause ★ STEP 7 – Make Recommendations ★ STEP 8 – Complete the Documentation / Record Keeping ★ STEP 9 – Develop & Implement the Corrective Action Plan ★

Part 16 -Learner Exercise – Practical

★ The One Minute Safety Manager Incident Investigation & Recommendations ★ Definitions, Terminology & Glossary ★ Definitions, Terminology & Glossary – Common Terms ★ Template – Annexure 1 ★ Template – Investigator Appointment Letter ★ Template – Investigation Case Study ★ Template – Statement of Incident ★