Register for this half-day Accident and Incident Investigation course now. In Person or online instructor-led options available. Learn about the purpose and benefits of an investigation; legal reporting requirements; and proven steps and techniques for conducting effective investigations.
This training can also be delivered exclusively for your team online or in-person at your premises at a convenient date & time.
Talk to us for availability and pricing at 1 877 494 WSPS (9777)
The investigation of accidents and incidents is a core activity within a functional health and safety program. It is also a key requirement in the Safety Group program. In addition, certain types of incidents must be investigated and reported by law. This half-day instructor-led course is designed to help your company:
WSPS virtual courses are delivered via Adobe Connect or Microsoft Teams. Platform specifics will be communicated at time of registration.
This course equips workplace parties with the essential knowledge, skills and tools to conduct investigations and prevent costly recurrences.
This solution is suitable for all WSPS sectors that are regulated by Ontario's Occupational Health and Safety Act.
The course is intended for anyone who may conduct investigations including:
This course is available in a public classroom, either in-person and/or virtually. Private delivery is available for employees in your workplace, either in-person or virtually. Please contact Customer Care at 905 614 1400 or 1 877 494 WSPS (9777) for more information about private training options.
Virtual Training is currently available in English only.
Participant requirements for virtual include a webcam, capable hardware, software & internet. Our virtual courses are delivered via Adobe Connect or Microsoft Teams Webinar. Specific platform details for this course will be shared upon registration.
Please view the Virtual Training Frequently Asked Questions for more details on virtual delivery.
Volume discounts for selected training, which have been marked throughout the catalogue, are shown below.