TRIPOD training

Training
Our two day Tripod training is fit for purpose for people who will be involved in the performance of Tripod incident analysis studies, either as a leader or as a team member. For the Tripod leaders we designed a follow up Tripod coaching traject. An introduction of Tripod for management has shown to be of importance. See the overview of possibilities here.
The two day training includes the Tripod theory and the practical excercising of the application of the method for specific incidents. The participants can also present one of ther own incident cases to be delt with in the training. The cases are jointly worked out with the complete group and/or in smaller groups. The training is given on a regular basis. You can find the Program and the possibility to Subscribe in the Training Calender.

In Company training
If more than 5 people of a company need to be trained, an in company training is always the best option. A big advantage is that companies' own incident cases can be used for the training. The Tripod application will be prepared by us before the training.

Software
Eech participant of our Tripod training will receive a temporary license to use the TRIPOD Tree software TR2 (SSC webapplicatie) . The participants will therefore be able to practice immediatley after the training. 

Follow-up workshop
This one day workshop is hold for people who did follow the general Tripod training before. On this day, some refresher will take place and experiences are exchanged. Completed Tripod studies can be send to the teacher before the workshop. Gnereally seen as very usefull.

In company training is given by us at (not exhaustive list)
- Procesindustry: Hexion, AVEBE, DSM, Nufarm, Tronox,.Energiesector: Gasunie, Essent, Nuon/ Vattenfall.

- Regulators: State Supervisory of Mines, Labour Inspectorate, Pipeline Inspectorate.

- Care sector:  Academic Hospital Maastricht.

 

Column februari 2014
Incidents: Occupational and Process Safety: other worlds?

In the magazine of the VNCI (Dutch Chemical Industry) of October 2013 an article is published about a Lost Time Injury (LTI) analysis of incidents in 2012 that was made on the basis of a survey among ...

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