NEBOSH HSE Introduction to Incident Investigation
This one-day qualification course will give you the skills needed to conduct an incident investigation unaided, and then produce and implement an action plan to help prevent a recurrence. Live Online learning is available for in-company training.
Live Online Learning
Get all the benefits of structured classroom learning but with the convenience of the digital world, studying where you like.
Students join remotely using a PC, laptop or tablet and download the relevant software in advance to enable access to the tutor run class. Throughout the course, students can see and interact with the tutor and with each other.
This one-day qualification course, jointly developed by the National Examination Board for Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH) and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) will give you the skills needed to conduct an incident investigation unaided, and then produce and implement an action plan to help prevent a recurrence.
Who is it for?
- Managers and supervisors
- Health and safety champions
- Union representatives
- Aspiring health and safety practitioners.
Why choose the British Safety Council?
We are one of the world’s leading health and safety organisations
Our tutors are experts in health and safety and are excellent teachers
No 'death by PowerPoint' – learning is student-centred and interactive
What’s in it for me?
- Carry out solo investigations for non-complex incidents
- Contribute to team investigations for more complex incidents
- Gather and analyse evidence including conducting witness interviews
- Produce an action plan to prevent a recurrence of an incident
- Positively impact the health and safety culture of an organisation
- Undertake day-to-day activities more safely because of the awareness gained.
Information for students
The qualification comprises one unit:
Unit INV1: Introduction to incident investigation
Moral, legal and financial arguments for investigations
Human and organisational factors
Positive strategies for and the barriers to successful interviews
Advanced incident investigation techniques
A practical assessment, based on an accident scenario, takes place at the end of the day and lasts for an hour.
The NEBOSH National General Certificate is accredited by the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) at Level 5 in the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF). For users in England, Wales
and Northern Ireland, this is comparable to a vocationally-related qualification (VRQ) at Level 2 in the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF).
Assessments are available in English only.
Your standard of English must be such that you can both understand and articulate the concepts contained in the syllabus.
NEBOSH recommends that non-native speakers undertaking this qualification should have a minimum standard of English equivalent to an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score of 6.0 or higher in IELTS tests. For further information please consult the IELTS website: www.ielts.org
When you join the course, we ask you to enter into the following agreement with us:
The British Safety Council will:
- Use suitably qualified and experienced tutors to deliver the tuition
- Cover all the specification learning outcomes
- Provide or direct you to the information you need to pass the qualification
- Respond in a timely manner to any queries
- Be diligent and courteous at all times.
- Attend all scheduled sessions
- Contribute to group discussions in a positive manner
- Endeavour to be active, rather than passive in terms of learning
- Pay particular attention to advice regarding assessment technique
- Bring any learning difficulties to our attention at the earliest opportunity.
NEBOSH Learner Terms and Conditions
The NEBOSH Learner Terms and Conditions can be found here.
The qualification specification (syllabus) can be found here.
Classroom learners will receive a hard copy handbook at the start of the course. If you are studying live online, you will receive a digital copy.
Your tutor will provide support in relation to subject content and assessment preparation.
Results and Certificates
Results are issued within 20 working days of the course.
Qualification certificates are despatched by NEBOSH within 40 working days of the result notification date.
Queries and Complaints
Should you have any queries, please contact our Education Team ([email protected])
If you are not satisfied with the service provided by your tutor or our Education Team, please contact our Customer Service Team ([email protected]).
You can also refer the matter to NEBOSH ([email protected]).
If you are not satisfied with the service provided by NEBOSH, please contact the Scottish Qualifications Authority ([email protected]).
How can I study?
You can attend a course at one of our training centres, or we can deliver the course in your workplace.
We are pleased to now offer NEBOSH HSE Introduction to Incident Investigation Live Online. Students can join remotely and learn ‘live’ with a tutor just as they would in a classroom.
£345.25 (exc VAT)
In your workplace
In your workplace training is currently delivered remotely with students joining using a PC, laptop or tablet. Request a call back to find out more.
We can visit your workplace and deliver the course on dates of your choice. This is an effective way of training a group of people as it saves on travel costs and allows students to keep in touch with work.
Why in your workplace?
Cost-effective option for a group of learners
Expert teaching by an experienced tutor
Class discussions can be company-specific
Allows students to keep in touch with work
At a training centre
Training centre course dates are subject to change due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation. Live Online courses may be added to replace training centre courses if the face to face versions are not able to run.
Our well-equipped training centres allow you to get away from the distractions of the workplace and focus on your qualification.
Why a training centre
Focused study away from workplace distractions
Expert teaching by an experienced tutor
Tutor support for individual learners
An opportunity to interact with and learn from other students