Accident Investigation Training


About our certified Accident Investigation Training Course

Here at PJH Safety Training we provide Health and Safety training courses which are accredited by IOSH, CIEH and Qualsafe. We work with businesses and individuals. Our On-Site Training Centers are based in Warrington, Cheshire. Our wide range of courses include: First Aid, Health and Safety, Manual Handling, Fire Safety, Risk Assessment, Food Safety and Accident Investigation Training. We also have a broad range of online courses. These include: Asbestos Training, Legionella Training, Fire Safety Training, Food Safety Training, Manual Handling, Display Screen Equipment Training and COSHH Training. We also have Abrasive Wheels Training and Working at Heights Training.


Consultancy Services

PJH Safety Training also offers Consultancy services. To inquire about our dependable services, contact us on 01925 812095 or 07969 344673 and our team we be happy to assist you. The Accident Investigation Training course is suitable for those individuals who are expected to contribute to accident investigations. It applies to people at all levels within the business. The program offers techniques which are assimilated into an organisation’s procedures. It assists accident investigations to be more consistent and structured.

Accident Investigation Training programs provide candidates with an insight into the advantages of efficient systems. The programs also show how good investigation participants learn the Scene Investigation Methods and the Practical Interview Techniques. They are also able to comprehend the legal requirements for investigation and the reporting process. After completion of the course, therefore individuals will be in a position to determine the cause of an accident, how to suitably document an investigation and the correct actions to take to prevent such accidents from occurring again. Accident Investigation Training uses video scenarios to illustrate proper investigation techniques.

The course contents include: Legal requirements for recording and reporting accidents, improved relationship with enforcing authorities and insurers, the financial benefits of accident prevention and the follow-up procedure.