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Accident / Incident Investigation and Recovery

Accidents and incidents that occur in the workplace provide a range of challenges for any organization.

The initial concern is to thoroughly investigate the root cause(s) and contributory factors of any accident or incident to enable the necessary corrective actions to be implemented.

Major accidents usually generate significant reviews of policies, procedures, training and Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS). Major accidents can also require documentation to provide evidence for any subsequent court action.

HAZCON's team are able to provide support and on-going assistance to deal with the requirements or directions from health and safety regulators in Australia. Such support can include high level reviews of maintenance operations and procedures following workplace fatalities and extensive re-training programs for operational staff.

HAZCON can also assist in compiling the documentation required and ongoing administrative support for managers involved in dealing with the ongoing court or legal requirements following a significant accident or incident in the workplace.

HAZCON also provides expert witnesses for specific cases where we have a high level of expertise.

If you are interested in this service, require a quote or advice contact us on 1800 429 266.

 

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