The EEA conduct in New Zealand in association with Safety Wise Solutions (SWS) Lead Incident Investigator courses, Refresher Training courses and offer 'In-house' Training using the Incident Cause Analysis Method (ICAM) method.
The courses are presented by Safety Wise Solutions (SWS) who are the license holder for the ICAM training in Australasia. The company principal developed ICAM at BHP Billiton based on Professor James Reason research into human factors safety. High quality HSE investigations that consistently identify factors to prevent re-occurrence are vitally important to the sustainability of any organisation and to maintaining employee, customer and shareholder confidence.
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ICAM is an industrial HSE initiative that draws on the work of the eminent organisational psychologist and human error expert Professor James Reason. ICAM provides a highly practical and structured method in which to conduct systemic HSE investigations.
To date, ICAM has been used in the investigation of incidents in the transport, resource, manufacturing, retail, construction, energy and medical sectors. Its successful use in a number of different countries (including Australia, Canada, USA, Chile, Indonesia, Pakistan, India, Papua New Guinea, Peru, South Africa, Mongolia, China, Armenia, etc), work domains and cultural settings, indicates that it migrates readily as an investigation tool to a range of national and industrial contexts.
A one day workshop is for those who have completed the ICAM Lead Investigator Course (ICAM) and who have been involved in incident investigations.The workshop will review the ICAM process and explore incident investigation roles and responsibilities.
The objective of the workshop is to increase individual understanding and application of the ICAM process and to provide the skills to promote the improved quality of incident reports. The workshop is designed to enable attendees to:
ICAM Champion Workshop - 1 Day Overview
The EEA is able to make available in-house ICAM training to supplement the industry courses hosted by the EEA at larger city venues. In-house ICAM training may be more suited for regional venues hosted by participating companies, and does offer possibilities for companies to combine regionally for the training benefits. Potential benefits may include: reduced course overheads for in-house training; less travel and accommodation; reduced delegate training fees particularly for larger class sizes.
Courses available are: