Basic Incident Investigation Course
The purpose of the forestry Basic Incident Investigation Course is to provide a level of knowledge about the incident investigation processes that are required to lead an incident investigation that identifies Root Causes and drives effective Corrective or Preventative Actions.
This one day course will provide supervisors, safety coordinators and others working within the forest industry with a basic understanding of the methods and tools employed in order to conduct effective incident investigations. This training offers useful and practical tools required to begin the development of a complete incident investigation program for forestry employers.
IMPORTANT: The Basic Incident Investigation Course does not go into the detail required to allow students to lead complex Investigations with serious potential consequences such as legal liability.
What is the course duration?
The Basic Incident Investigation training course covers one day, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The course delivery consists of eight hours of classroom training combining instructor lectures, practical exercises and testing throughout the day.
What do I need to bring with me?
Bring any incident investigation procedures and forms already in use at your own company. Coffee and lunch will be provided.
Where and when are the training courses offered?
Scheduled sessions are listed on the Council training calendar, which is found on our home page. Course dates and locations are also listed on Page 1 of the enrollment form.
How much does the training course cost?
$224 (includes 12% HST) for the course fee and materials.
How do I register?
Submit a completed enrollment form and course fee to the Council. If you cannot attend a scheduled session but would like to have your name placed on an “interest” list, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org OR call toll free 1-877-741-1060, Monday to Friday, 8am – 5pm PT