The Serious Incident and Fatality Investigation course provides instruction on how to complete investigations for incidents involving serious injuries or fatalities. These types of incidents often involve different agencies such as the RCMP and Coroners Service and employers should understand the roles and responsibilities of these agencies at the workplace.
This course is suitable for individuals who may be required to complete incident investigations, such as Joint Committee members, or Supervisors. It is recommended that participants complete the BC Forest Safety Council’s Basic Incident Investigation course prior to enrolling in this course, but it is not required.
This course is available in English only. Participants will receive a record of completion for finishing the course.
Upon completing this course, you should be able to:
- Follow the BC Forest Safety Council’s 5 stage Incident Investigation Model
- Describe serious incident or fatality investigation skills
- Describe the roles of outside authorities in an investigation
- Understand the initial response steps to a serious incident or fatality
- Describe WorkSafeBC’s reporting requirements following a serious incident or fatality
- Identify and describe helpful resources available to support you and others affected by a serious incident or fatality in the workplace.
Duration & Delivery
Approximately 4 hours. This is an online course with self-paced, flexible 24/7 access and the expectation of participants completing the course within six months of enrollment.
No cost – free online training.
Click on the link below to access the Learning Centre. If you don’t already have a username and password, click on the Create New Account button on the Learning Centre log in screen to self register.