An Inspector Calls
'An Inspector Calls' is a practical course for staff who may meet with HSE inspectors or local authority following an incident or complaint.
The course will effectively prepare candidates for being interviewed by an Inspector and for them to understand the importance of being adequately prepared.
“Preparing staff to be adequately prepared following an incident...”
About the course
It is important to ensure that relevant personnel are aware of the correct procedures, documentation and verbal responses to follow when 'An Inspector Calls' in response to a reportable accident or incident - this can save you from prosecution and unnecessary 'Fees for Intervention' costs.
The effect of an accident can be far-reaching with a variety of legal, moral and economic costs involved and often occurs when effective senior management support may be unavailable, placing other personnel in the spotlight.
This simulation, based on your organisation's own chosen scenario, helps mitigate the risk of legal action being initiated, and active staff participation will also ensure enhanced awareness of potential hazardous situations.
Verbal feedback is given on the day and a subsequent written report is produced which can be used to prioritise remedial actions.
A return visit to the site is scheduled after three months to review ongoing corrective actions and give further advice if necessary.
Benefits of "An Inspector Calls"
The benefits of this practical course include:
Minimising the risk of legal by highlighting correct work procedures
Practical training on-site with a 3-month follow up visit
Verbal feedback given on the day highlighting key areas
Reports can be used to generate a prioritised action plan for future corrective action
Practical scenarios which are relevant to employee's activities