We recently launched a one-day introduction to bowtie risk modelling and barrier-based auditing specifically for rail sector clients. This a very practical workshop that uses railway case studies for delegates to work on to show the benefits of this way of risk assessment and risk communication.
We ran the first session earlier this month and got great feedback. Two more sessions are now planned with the same client.
The main areas covered by this workshop are:
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Our customised accident investigator training received some great feedback this week. One delegate from Ainscough Crane Hire Ltd said "This was a fantastic course - really very helpful indeed".
The two-day course is well-paced, encouraging all delegates to be actively involved through group exercises and realistic case studies that apply to their working environment. Our Investigator Handbook and materials for event and causal factor analysis are particularly well-received.
All our accident investigation training is tailored to suit your sector; we will work with you to create relevant case studies and where possible we will use your accident reporting documentation (accident reports and investigation report templates or forms) during the training.
We have now delivered this training for rail, tram, bus, social care, engineering, retail and construction organisations.
See our accident investigation training pages for more information, or contact us to discuss how we might work with you.