Cause Analysis Training
Our training courses are based on the Reason Model (ICAM) of incident cause anaylsis and they are individually tailored to your specific company requirements and applications.
Course content is industry specific with a focus on your company's needs
All course materials are provided at cost
Course cost is a fixed per-day rate and is not based on the number of participants
Courses are scheduled to suit your workforce rosters, including weekends
1-Day Basic Investigation Skills Course
A course designed to enhance the skills of the supervisor and/or investigation co-ordinator to optimize data collection for the investigation of lower level events.
Capturing data immediately after an incident
Witness statements and witness interviewing
Timelines and 5 Whys
Corrective action development
2-Day Lead Investigator Skills Extension Course (16 hours)
Designed to assist personnel who will typically lead investigations to provide them with real and practical skills for conducting investigations.
• Capturing data immediately after an incident
• Witness statements and witness interviewing
• Data Collection
• Timelines and 5 Whys
• Organisational Accidents and the error chain
• Data Analysis
• Corrective Actions
The Incident Cause Analysis Methodology (ICAM) was developed by BHPBilliton in 2000/01. John Placanica was a member of the development team which comprised BHPB employees and external Human Factors consultants together with James Reason (the developer of the Reason Model of accident causation).
The ICAM training course and materials used by Placanica & Company Pty Limited are based on the Reason Model and the incident cause analysis methodologies as developed by BHPB.
ICAM is not the subject of an exclusive licence, and the training and materials as developed by BHPB are freely available to any end-user and training service provider.
4-Day Master Class for Lead Investigators
A course designed specifically for investigators leading level 3 and 4 investigations to ensure that a rigorous QA/QC process is applied on site and prior to investigation outcomes being delivered to the company executive.
Framework of the investigation
Data Collection and Data Organisation
Preventative and Corrective Actions
Communicating the Findings