Incident Investigation

An “Accident” is defined as an unplanned event that results in personal injury or property damage. An “Incident” is defined as an unplanned event that does not result in personal injury but may result in property damage or is worthy of recording.

  1. What do you need to investigate an Incident thoroughly?
  2. Is your skill enough to convince your management?
  3. Do you need a third-party investigator to help you get an unbiased result?

As a leading consultant in Malaysia, Khalil Safety Consultant are equipped with the knowledge and expertise to conduct an Incident Investigation for your organization. Whether it is at gas plant or construction site, our team are ready to conduct an investigation for you.

Investigation will be using Tripod Beta Methodology facilitated with accredited Tripod Beta Practitioners. We humbly offer you the chance to gain some new perspective on how the Incident Investigation process can be completed within 7-days (depending on the availability of information).

Our offer includes a presentation to the management of your company, to present the findings of the Incident Investigation and also recommendations, for your company's improvement.

Our deliverable would be as follow:-

  1. Initial Incident Details
  2. Terms of Reference
  3. Report Introduction
  4. Method of Work
  5. Plan the Investigation
  6. Development of Storyboard (Sequence of Events)
  7. Tripod Beta Analysis Diagram
  8. Findings
  9. Recommendations
  10. Summary/Conclusion
  11. Full Incident Investigation Report in editable MS Word Format.

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The organisation should establish, implement and maintain procedures to notify, investigate record, analyze and document all OSH related incidents. All work-related fatalities, injuries, disabilities, ill health, diseases and near misses shall be notified to the employer and/or relevant authorities in accordance to national laws for it to be investigated by the organisation.

Item 3.4.2 - Incident Investigation, page 48, Guidelines On Occupational Safety And Health Management Systems, Ministy Of Human Resources Department Of Occupational Safety And Health