accident investigation


‘Without something being different, incidents don’t occur’

‘The Times They Are a Changin’ wrote Bob Dylan in his famous song of 1964. This is certainly true today. People all around the world are experiencing or being exposed to more political and environmental change than has probably existed for at least a generation. Read More

How to invigorate your incident investigation to deliver ROI

In this case study, Kelvin TOP-SET's Operations Manager Nikki Curtis shares her experiences about rolling out the TOP-SET Incident Investigation System across a major infrastructure company, when she was Head of HSEQ. Read More

‘Investigation – Good Medicine’

Investigation is part of planning, design, risk assessment and almost everything else. It is therefore unfortunate when companies think that investigation is just a health and safety methodology only to be used when things go wrong. Read More

Webinar: Benefits of adopting an incident investigation methodology

A look at the key factors in applying a professional investigation methodology. Your chance to listen back, on demend, to our interview with David Ramsay, Group Managing Director, Kelvin TOP-SET. Read More

How to make accident investigations work for your organisation

SHP speaks to Joe Murphy, Head of Health, Safety, Wellbeing and Security at Southern Water, about making the most of accident investigations to drive improvements within your organisation. Read More

Sentencing guidelines: how accidents assessed ‘crucial’ to understanding culpability

High culpability for accidents can result despite training and risk assessment of hazards, consultant John Southall has warned. Read More

Accident Investigation Webinar

After a recent webinar on ‘Root Cause Analysis’ proved to be the most successful yet, Barbour EHS are happy to Read More

“True safety comes from the people.” – David Ramsay of Kelvin TOP-SET

David Ramsay started Kelvin TOP-SET in 1986 and went on to devise the Kelvin TOP-SET Incident Investigation Methodology, including the Read More

Do incident investigations go far enough to address the “originating influences”?

Although the UK construction industry health and safety performance has improved over the years, it is statistically, still one of Read More

Companies urged to learn from burns incident

A North East engineering company has been sentenced for safety breaches after two of its workers were burned when they Read More



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