U.S. companies pay more than $1 million a week for workplace injuries. So, it’s no wonder why workplace incident investigation is a high priority among safety leaders and executives. However, not adhering to a recognized standard is a recipe for poor investigation results.
Join Peter Sturm, chair of the CSA Incident Investigation Standard CZA Z1005-202, as he walks you through the development of the leading-edge standard.
Created in 2017 and updated in 2021, the standard promotes a systematic, defensible and effective incident investigation program. This webinar will introduce attendees to the investigation standard, as well as teach them how to use it to develop and improve their own safety programs.
Attendees will also get an inside look into the third edition of Accident Investigation Techniques, completed by Peter and slated for publication by the American Society of Safety Professionals in early 2022. This is one event you won’t want to miss.
During this webinar, attendees will:
Peter Sturm, EMBA, BA, CRSP, CHSC, Senior Safety, Health and Risk Management Executive, STURM Consulting Inc.
Peter works with companies to assist them in strategically managing their safety and health risks while effectively capitalizing on their human capital assets. This includes integrating their safety and health management systems into their business strategies, sustainability and human capital initiatives. His leadership roles include, past president, Canadian Society of Safety Engineering, board member, Center for Safety and Health Sustainability, chair, CSA Z1005 Investigation Standard, vice president/director, Minerva Canada, governor, Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals Peter has been a CRSP since 1996 – professional member (CSSE) and CHSC since 2006. He completed his EMBA in global leadership. He attained the CSSE Safety Professional of the Year in 2015, and the Outstanding Service to CSSE/Volunteer of the Year in 2019. Peter is the co-author of “Accident Investigation Techniques,” 3rd edition, published by the American Society of Safety Professionals.
Barry Bottino, Associate Editor, Safety+Health magazine
Barry covers worker safety for Safety+Health.