Incident investigation – moving the focus from ‘the person’ to ‘the risk controls’

Incident investigation – moving the focus from ‘the person’ to ‘the risk controls’

10 May 2017, 12:00 PM - 12:40 PM

Safety & Risk Solutions Theatre

Language:
English (Australia)

If recommendations for ‘more training in procedures’ or ‘more supervision’ are the result of  incident investigation at your workplace, then this is the session for you.  Learn about new WorkSafe Victoria guidance material on reviewing and revising manual handling risk control measures. 

This presentation will assist you to move your incident investigation which often focuses on ‘the person’ who has done ‘something wrong’, to a focus on ‘the risk control measures’ which includes the physical risk controls and the factors that influence the success of the controls. 

Alison Gembarovski, Principal Ergonomist and Manager of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Unit, WorkSafe Victoria

Contributors

  • Alison Gembarovski

    Speaker

    Principal Ergonomist and Manager of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Unit

    WorkSafe Victoria

    Alison Gembarovski is the Principal Ergonomist and manager of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Unit at WorkSafe Victoria.  She has had >25 years’...

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