It is the responsibility of Line Management to ensure that all personnel are aware of this procedure and strictly adhere to it. Any person involved in or witnessing a near miss or accident shall take immediate and appropriate action to avoid re-occurrence, minimize consequences and prevent escalation. Furthermore they shall inform their direct supervisor(s). The supervisor shall inform the site HSE officer immediately.
- All incidents shall be investigated and analyzed to establish the area and type of injury trends and practices. The composition of the incident investigation team shall depend on the classification of the incident.
- For all accidents categories, a first level accident investigation by first Line Management, Section Manager and Sub-Contractor Site Manager (if applicable) in order to identify cause and implement the necessary corrective action to prevent recurrence.
- For category I and category II accidents, a second level accident investigation by the HSE Manager and the Line Department Manager.
7.3.1 Incident Report
A report to be compiled within 7 working days by the Line Department Manager and issued to the QA & HSE Manager. The construction manager is responsible for further action and follows up.
7.3.2 Follow Up
Follow up within 15 days by the Line Department Manager to ensure corrective action is implemented.
7.3.3 Near Miss Investigation and Reporting
All high potential incidents (near miss) will be reported and discussed at regular safety committees. This will be encouraged by the operation of a no blame attitude to person’s reporting events that they may be involved in.