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    Competency Management system SLB NEXT

    NExT-HSE Module 11: HSE Event Investigation

    • This course is to provide the training allowing the course attendee to competently participate in Investigation.
    • This course covers the requirementsof Regulations to identify and evaluate work place hazards including scheduledperiodic inspections.
    • This course is to provide the on-siteinspection using common inspection criteria and tools to identify potential jobhazards.
    • This course will emphasize inspection techniques and skills required to perform constructive and effective jobsiteaudits such as communication, observation and inter-personal skills.

    Day 1

    –      Safety Business & QHSE Objective

    –      Safety, Hazards, Risks. Hazards Identification Tools

    –      Risk Assessment & Risk Management [Intro]

    –      Events, Incidents, Accidents. Statistics

    –      Accidents Causation Theory

    –      Contributors to Accidents

    –      Heinrich’s Domino Theory

    –      Loss Causation Model

    –      Bird’s Accident Triangle

    –      The Hidden Costs of Accidents

    –      Introduction to Investigation

    Day 2

    –      Investigation Process Detail

    –      The Incident

    –      Severity & Responsibility Matrices

    –      Information Gathering

    –      Investigation Team

    –      People – Parts – Paper – Position

    –      Interviewing Technique

    –      Action Items

    –      Containment versus Corrective Actions

    –      SMART

    –      Investigation Closure

    –      Documentation

    –      Substandard Investigation

    Day 3

    –      Root Cause Analysis Introduction

    –      What is RCA?. Why use it?

    –      Levels of Causes of Accidents

    –      RCA Methodology (Define – Analyze – Solve)

    –      RCA Tools (Brainstorming – Pareto – 5-WHY – Fishbone)

    –      RCA Follow up

    –      High Potential Incidents

    –      Mine the Diamond

    –      Behavior and Culture

    –      The HSE Culture Ladder

    Managers and Investigation Team Members and Leaders

    Day 1

    • Safety & Accident Theory and Fundamentals.
    1. Safety Business & QHSE Objective
    2. Safety, Hazards, Risks. Hazards Identification Tools
    3. Risk Assessment & Risk Management [Intro]
    4. Events, Incidents, Accidents. Statistics
    5. Accidents Causation Theory
    6. Contributors to Accidents
    7. Heinrich’s Domino Theory
    8. Loss Causation Model
    9. Bird’s Accident Triangle
    10. The Hidden Costs of Accidents
    11. Introduction to Investigation

    Day 2

    • The Investigation Process and Skills.
    1. Investigation Process Detail
    2. The Incident
    3. Severity & Responsibility Matrices
    4. Information Gathering
    5. Investigation Team
    6. People – Parts – Paper – Position
    7. Interviewing Technique
    8. Action Items
    9. Containment versus Corrective Actions
    10. SMART
    11. Investigation Closure
    12. Documentation
    13. Substandard Investigation

    Day 3:

    • Root Cause Analysis Methodologies
    1. Root Cause Analysis Introduction
    2. What is RCA?. Why use it?
    3. Levels of Causes of Accidents
    4. RCA Methodology (Define – Analyze – Solve)
    5. RCA Tools (Brainstorming – Pareto – 5-WHY – Fishbone)
    6. RCA Follow up
    7. High Potential Incidents
    8. Mine the Diamond
    9. Behavior and Culture
    10. The HSE Culture Ladder

    Management Experience or Assignment as investigation team member.

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