All Titan University courses focus on Government Construction Projects such as USACE, NAVFAC, DOT, DOD, VA, Government Funded State and County heavy construction projects.
This material is for training purposes only. It is to be used to assist the SSHO, Project Manager, Superintendent, and project workers with best practices for handling accidents. This course is not intended as a substitute for experience, however the information learned throughout the course will assist the student in becoming adept in what to do if they have an accident or witness and accident on a government project site.
This course is for anyone who is part of a Government Construction project.
In This USACE-NAVFAC Online Safety Course, You’ll Learn:
- How Investigators find the Root Cause of an accident
- Types of work
- Accident Investigation
- First Aid and Notification
- Successful Root Cause Analysis
- Prevention. Learning from our Accidents
- Government Construction Requirements
Student Benefits of Taking TITAN University Online Courses
- TITAN not only develops and teaches online Safety, Quality Control, and Environmental Courses. We are on construction sites all across America every day providing Safety, Quality Control and Environmental expertise to some of the biggest names in the Government Construction industry.
- Official Titan University Certificates can be downloaded immediately after a passing grade of 70% or higher.
- Short quizzes between sections help you remember important information during the course test
- Take breaks if you need to, the course and tests will wait for you.
- Verifiable Certificates for your employer or the Government
Who is this course for?
This course is for the SSHO, Project Manager, Superintendent, and project workers on Government Construction projects.
What are the elements of an incident investigation
Elements of an incident or accident investigation include preparation, on-site investigation and development of a report, with recommendations for prevention.
What is the purpose of an onsite investigation?
The purpose of on-site investigation is to document conditions and collect information, as well as to do a root-cause analysis to determine the cause(s).
It is important to take notes and document any and all information that might be important to the investigation. It is better to have too much information and not use it, than not have the correct information and not be able to get it after the fact.
Who would be interviewed after an incident?
- Person who reported incident, near-miss or injury (This person may be different from the )
- Supervisor of area where incident occurred
- Safety director
- Others who may have been involved (maintenance, sanitation, )
- Other workers who have done the job that was being done by the victim
Where would the interview take place?
Conference room or other quiet, private room, and not at the scene of the incident.
3 reviews for Accident Investigation and Reporting (2-Hours)
Ratings and Reviews
For me, it was a review of the information, and a few gray areas were cleared up.
Put together nicely in a very short and concise manner.
Good course, great info! Easy to follow along and very basic. I would have like to see more detail about the root cause analysis investigation, I think that would be helpful information for junior SSHO's.