Sponsored by Cority. Incident investigation isn’t about leaving no stone unturned. It’s about knowing what stones to turn over.
Knowing how to effectively investigate an adverse event is critical to identifying and resolving key weaknesses in the systems and critical controls you rely on to prevent harm. However, without a systematic approach to incident investigations, organizations risk spending their limited resources on the wrong things, allowing underlying problems to continue unaddressed and increasing the risk of future incidents.
How can you ensure your incident investigations are delivering real value? Join Cority’s Sean Baldry, CRSP, and Ken Reed from TapRooT® I System Improvements Inc. to learn how organizations can improve their investigation processes to uncover and effectively address the real root causes underlying their OSH incidents.
What you will Learn
- Review the biggest mistakes organizations make with incident investigations and how to avoid them
- Discuss tips and tricks to plan and conduct effective incident investigations
- Review effective ways to identify and gain support for corrective actions that address the real root causes
- Assess the role that technology can play in optimizing your investigation performance
Sean Baldry, CRSP
Sean Baldry, CRSP, is a product marketing manager supporting Cority’s Health and Safety solutions. He has worked for nearly 20 years in occupational safety and health with leading global corporations in the construction, mining, automotive and manufacturing sectors. During his career, he has worked at both operational and senior leadership levels, helping teams build effective systems and safety cultures that drive organizational excellence.
Ken Reed brings 21 years of U.S. Navy nuclear operator and supervisor experience to System Improvements, having served on numerous fast-attack, ballistic missile and research submarines. He is the project manager for the Equifactor® Equipment Troubleshooting module of the TapRooT® software; oversees course and software updates; and supervises TapRooT® instructor certification. Reed has worked at System Improvements for 15 years. He holds a B.S. in Electronics Management from Southern Illinois University.