1b3b8a51ca83419783d749df23ee99f9_BOS_4010_SBECKMAN_Incident_Causal_Factors

1b3b8a51ca83419783d749df23ee99f9_BOS_4010_SBECKMAN_Incident_Causal_Factors

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Project: Incident Report Causal Factors November 6, 2012 Causal Factors Sedra Beckman Professor Travis Smith Supervisor Safety BOS 4010
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This scenario as written lacks a lot of the information required to complete a thorough root cause analysis through casual factors. More detail and a greater understanding of the policies, procedures, environment and people involved are required to complete a quality effective report on the incident. These details are the reason that supervisors need to play an active if not lead role in conducting incident analysis and investigation. They are the ones with the “boots on the ground”. Saying all of this here is what I can determine and put together from the information provided in Case III. Equipment Causal Factors Corrective Actions Equipment or materials that contributed: no seatbelt Industrial lift trucks with overhead masts are required to have seatbelt installed- any truck without a seatbelt must be removed from service until one is installed
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