Refresher incident investigation & root cause analysis
A COURSE IN LIVE VIRTUAL CLASSROOM
This course is designed for shore and ship staff who want to refresh their knowledge into the topic of incident investigation and get updated with the different methods and tools for root cause analysis.
Participants will review incident analysis tools to real cases in order to refresh their individual skills.
This course is conducted in an interactive style, switching between input sessions with presentations and work by the participants, where participants will be actively involved.
– To refresh participants’ skills and enable them to carry out an effective incident investigation
– To get an updated overview with a wide range of tools and techniques suitable for use in the maritime industry and practice using them
– Reporting requirements
– The Investigation Process
– Operational readiness
– Gathering Evidence
– Effective Interview Techniques
– The Human Element
– Incident Analysis Methods
– Event and causal factor charting
– Fact Tree Analysis
– Root Cause Analysis using M-SCAT methodology
Entry requirements: It is expected that participants have already completed a full Practical Incident Investigation & Root Cause Analysis course prior to attendance.
Duration: 1 day
Who should attend: Shore and ship staff involved in the continuous improvement of the company’s management system, e.g. safety, health, security, environmental and quality managers, operation managers, designated persons, company security officers, superintendents, masters, ship officers and engineers.
Others: Personnel of maritime administrations, insurance firms, consultants, engineers
|Date:||05 May 2021|
|Location:||Live Virtual Classroom (link to be provided)|
|Time Schedule:||10:00hrs – 17:30hrs|
|Trainer:||Mr. Evangelos Marangakis, Maritime Expert/Consultant, DNV’s Maritime Academy Trainer|
|Course Fee:||EURO 400/delegate (plus VAT)|
|Enrolment Deadline:||April 27th|
Equipment required: This course will be conducted online, therefore an internet connection is required. Interaction between the trainer and participants will still be encouraged.
Make sure you connect through a PC or laptop with sufficient screen size. A connected camera, microphone, or audio headset during the course will enhance the quality of training.
To enroll in this course, please visit online our New Training Portal.
From the DNV Maritime Academy web page you will enter seamlessly into the portal either:
– by clicking a specific course or
– by hitting the “Select your country” button.
Through our training portal you may always keep yourselves updated with the upcoming public courses scheduled from our Academy.
Our updated Maritime Academy Hellas Training Courses Schedule is attached in this message.
Should you require any further information or clarification, please do not hesitate to contact us.
We look forward to welcoming you.
Senior Academy Advisor
Maritime Academy Hellas
Maritime Service Centre & Advisory